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RORSCHACH TEST WORKSHOP SEMINARS, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
The Department of Psychology, University of Chicago, announces two workshop seminars in the Rorschach test, July 6-10 and 12-16, 1954 (inclusive). These will be conducted by Dr. S. J. Beck.Workshop I, Basic Processes, will provide a grounding in fundamentals. The procedure in obtaining the test record will be discussed. Representative responses will be illustrated and their scoring clarified, with especial reference to their interrelations in shaping the whole personality structure. Introduction to interpretation.Workshop II, Advanced Clinical Interpretation, will consider the ego, anxiety, and the individual's psychological reserves as treatment potential. The cases will illustrate "schizogenic" conditions in children and some milder disorders in children and adults. They will exemplify anxiety of "central" (inner) source, as well as of peripheral stimulation. In exploring for reserves, both structure and content will be scrutinized.Workshop I may be taken by students at, or ready
News and Comment. AMA Arch NeurPsych. 1954;71(4):537–538. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1954.02320400133014
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