Adolescent Rorschach Responses: Developmental Trends from Ten to Sixteen Years
This classic, widely used guide to the total Rorschach records of adolescents, including developmental trends and sex differences, is enriched with longitudinal data on the responses of thirty-five girls and thirty boys who were each tested annually from 10 to 16 years old. Rarely does one have the opportunity to study detailed records like these for the same subjects over such an unbroken period of time. Also included are thirty-five tables providing normative data, making this volume an essential tool for clinical and developmental psychologists alike.
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