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hwy2001

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Rorschach
« on: Sep 02, 2005, 12:23:01 PM »
Hi everybody,

there is a Rorschach page here. I am interested in that information about the Rorschach.

Is there any psychologist who can tell that these informations are correct?

Can I be sure, that I have any advantage by using this information or might I see disadvantages? How far could this go?

Did these informations help anybody as yet?

Do the authors want me to lie to the shrink (etc)? Or what else is that page good for? How can I be sure to lie in the right direction, so these lies help me?

What does a Rorschach of someone normal look like?

Why is it better to use that homepage than to read the original books by Rorschach or Exner?

Has anybody had bad experiences with the Rorschach (wrong psychiatric or psychological treatment, been sentenced though not guilty, lost her or his child etc)?

Who are the authors of these informations? Are they Rorschach experts? Can I trust them? Why?

Please, help me and answer, if You hav any knowledge about these issues!

Many, many thanks for Your time and patience!

Many greetings!

hwy2001


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RE: Rorschach
« Reply #1 on: Sep 02, 2005, 01:21:37 PM »
>Is there any psychologist who can tell that these informations
>are correct?

No, that's one of the great things about the Rorschach- no one can really say what if anything the responses "mean".



>Can I be sure, that I have any advantage by using this
>information or might I see disadvantages? How far could this
>go?

It is worthless and should never be used in the context of a custody or divorce action. It's meaningless. If you've seen and read the page then you are no longer a candidate to take the Rorschach because you've been exposed to it in a non-clinical environment.



>Do the authors want me to lie to the shrink (etc)?

NO!!!!!!!!!!!! Read the page fer chrisakes!!! Are you daft?? NO, the page IS NOT about lying to anyone for anything.


> Or what
>else is that page good for? How can I be sure to lie in the
>right direction, so these lies help me?

DON'T LIE. The whole point of the page is to be able to familiarize yourself with the test at which point no reputable clinician would administer it to you. The page is a way of NOT taking the test. Again, read the page. All of it.




>
>What does a Rorschach of someone normal look like?

No one knows; there does not appear to be such a thing.


>
>Why is it better to use that homepage than to read the
>original books by Rorschach or Exner?

I don't recall anyone saying it was.



>Has anybody had bad experiences with the Rorschach (wrong
>psychiatric or psychological treatment, been sentenced though
>not guilty, lost her or his child etc)?

Lots and lots of people, although it has fallen out of favor in recent years.



>
>Who are the authors of these informations? Are they Rorschach
>experts? Can I trust them? Why?

1) I don't know.
2) I don't know.
3) I don't know.



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RE: Rorschach
« Reply #2 on: Sep 16, 2005, 04:40:25 PM »
There's a post in general issues tittled .  "Update on GAL" . There are a number of posts in there About psych eval questions , If you are taking the Rorshach . you will be likely to take other test's with it ,
    My opinion . All the evals are a joke

 

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