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COURSE OF INSTRUCTION IN THE RORSCHACH METHOD OF PERSONALITY STUDY AND CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS
The usual summer course of instruction in the technic of administering the Rorschach test and in scoring the responses will be offered by S. J. Beck, Ph.D., head of the psychology laboratory, department of neuropsychiatry, Michael Reese Hospital. The purpose of the course is to orient the student in interpretation, with especial emphasis on clinical classification. Records of responses as obtained from various healthy personality groups and from clinical groups (including patients with schizophrenia and some neuroses) will be scored, analyzed and interpreted. The primary aim of the course will be to demonstrate the test's practical application in investigating the whole personality, with particular reference to its clinical use.The course will be in session in two two hour periods daily for five days, June 23 to 27, 1941, inclusive. Persons interested are invited to communicate with
News and Comment. Arch NeurPsych. 1941;45(3):536. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1941.02280150144012