This title deals with Psychological Assessment; Psychiatry; Psychotherapy, Clinical Psychology, and Counseling. It is suitable for psychiatrists and therapists with interest in the Rorschach and other projective tests. It contains thought-provoking contributions from the world of the Rorschach - including a special section on studies with children and adolescents that shows the rich potential of the Rorschach test in performing psychological assessment with this age group. This latest volume of "Rorschachiana" well illustrates the diversity of ideas and the many possibilities that projective methods can offer. The general section includes a blend of research papers, innovative methods, and complex theoretical ideas. A special section is dedicated to the Rorschach projective methods used with children and adolescents and includes a variety of papers from different countries, cultures, and methodological approaches.
"Rorschachiana" is the official publication of the International Society for the Rorschach and Projective Methods, now with more than 3,000 members throughout the world, which for over half a century has played an important role in supporting the use of the instrument, as well as helping to develop extensive empirical research on its effectiveness in specific clinical situations. "Rorschachiana" is also available as a journal (ISSN 1192-5604).
Editorial; Grasping Complexity by Sadegh Nashat; Original Articles; Rorschach Indicators of PTSD: A Retrospective Study by Zahi Arnon, Gadi Maoz, Tali Gazit, & Ehud Klein; Eating Disorders: A Current Concern. Similarities and Differences Among the Anorexia, Bulimia, and EDNOS Categories by Monica Guinzbourg; The Case of Thematic Tests Adapted to Older Adults: On the Importance of Differentiating Latent and Manifest Contents in Projective Tests by Benoit Verdon; The History and Development of the Rorschach Test in Turkey by Tevfika Ikiz; Case Study; Rorschach Assessment of Parenting Capacity by Kari S. Carstairs; Special Section: Studies With Children and Adolescents; Editorial; Studies With Children and Adolescents by Latife Yazigi; Original Articles; Self-Perception in Andean Quechua-Speaking Children Entering School Using the Rorschach Method by Alejandro Rafael Belmont; The Collapse of Potential Space in Adolescents with Psychosomatic Disorders: A Rorschach Illustration of Two Case Studies by Liat Appel; Role of Color on the Production of Responses in Children's Rorschach Protocols by Danilo Rodrigues Silva; The Rorschach in Brazilian Children: Normative Data From a 9- to 11-Year-Old Nonpatient Sample by Renata Loureiro Raspantini, Suelen Fernandes, & Sonia Regina Pasian; Projective Kit for Early Childhood (P.K.E.C.): A Projective Tool for Research and Clinical Assessment by Pascal Roman, Mathilde Dublineau, & Camila Saboia; Advice for Authors.