This unusual book was written to provide a glimpse into the inner "Rorschach" world of individuals -- psychology students in training -- representing the basic Rorschach subtypes. The Rorschach records of these graduate students in clinical psychology are presented along with their own interpretations and analyses of their records. In short, The Inside Story offers both a new approach to learning projective diagnostic methods such as the Rorschach and a new experience in the adventure of self-understanding.
Table of Contents
Contents: The Instruction-Insight Method. The High R Experience: Self-Evaluation of Records With 166 and 120 Responses. The Low R Experience: Self-Evaluation of Records With Under 22 Responses. The High F Experience. The Low F Experience. Introverts Assess Themselves. The High FM. The Ambi-Equal Classification. The Rare Extrovert. An Established Psychologist Looks Back After 20 Years. Career Change on the Basis of Self-Evaluation. Self-Understanding Within the Family Unit. Epilogue.
"...essential for anyone who teaches Rorschach or other projective techniques, and of interest to all who use them."
—Readings: A Journal of Reviews and Commentary in Mental Health