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Literatura na temat testów projekcyjnych

BIBLIOGRAFIA PODSTAWOWA

  • Noam Cohen. A Rorschach Cheat Sheet on Wikipedia?. „The New York Times”, 28 lipca 2009 (ang.). [dostęp 2012-02-14].
  • Rorschach Hermann: Rorschach Test – Psychodiagnostic Plates. 1927. ISBN 3-456-82605-2.
  • Alvin G. Burstein, Sandra Loucks: Rorschach’s test: scoring and interpretation. New York: 1989. ISBN 9780891167808.
  • Piotrowski, Z. A.: Perceptanalysis: The Rorschach Method Fundamentally Reworked, Expanded and Systematized. 1987. ISBN 9780805801026.
  • Dana, Richard H.: Handbook of cross-cultural and multicultural personality assessment. 2000. ISBN 9780805827897.
  • Weiner, Irving B.; Greene, R.L.: Handbook of Personality Assessment. 2007. ISBN 0471228818.
  • Weiner, Irving B.: Principles of Rorschach interpretation. N.J.: 2003. ISBN 9780805842326.
  • Hayden, Brian C. (1981). „Rorschach Cards IV and VII Revisited”. Journal of Personality Assessment 45 (3): 226–229. doi:10.1207/s15327752jpa4503_1
  • Raynor, Peter; McIvor, Gill: Developments in Social Work Offenders (Research Highlights in Social Work). London: 2008. ISBN 1-84310-538-1.
  • Hughes; Gacono, Carl B.; Owen, Patrick F. (2007). „Current status of Rorschach assessment: implications for the school psychologist”. Psychology in the Schools 44 (3): 281. doi:10.1002/pits.20223
  • Butcher, James Neal: Oxford Handbook of Personality Assessment (Oxford Library of Psychology). 2009. ISBN 0-19-536687-5.
  • Camara et al.; Nathan, Julie S.; Puente, Anthony E. (2000). „Psychological Test Usage: Implications in Professional Psychology”. Professional Psychology:Research and Practice 31 (2): 131–154. doi:10.1037/0735-7028.31.2.141
  • Weiner, Irving B.; Greene, R.L.: Handbook of Personality Assessment. 2007. ISBN 0471228818.
  • Hughes; Gacono, Carl B.; Owen, Patrick F. (2007). „Current status of Rorschach assessment: implications for the school psychologist”. Psychology in the Schools 44 (3): 281. doi:10.1002/pits.20223
  • Scott O. Lilienfeld, James M- Wood and Howard N. Garb: What’s wrong with this picture? Scientific American, May 2001
  • Pieter J.D., Drenth: Growing Anti-intellectualism in Europe: A Menace to Science. 2003. [dostęp 2012-02-14].  (ang.)
  • James M. Wood, M. Teresa Nezworski, Scott O. Lilienfeld, Howard N. Garb: The Rorschach Inkblot Test, Fortune Tellers, and Cold Reading Skeptical Inquirer magazine, Jul 2003
  • Alexander, Meredith (5 Październik, 2001). „Lee Cronbach, dead at 85”. Stanford Report (Stanford University School of Education)
  • Robyn M, Dawes (1991). Giving up Cherished Ideas: The Rorschach Ink Blot Test. Institute for Psychological Therapies Journal 3 (4)
  • Garb HN (1999). „Call for a moratorium on the use of the Rorschach Inkblot Test in clinical and forensic settings”. Assessment 6 (4): 313–8. doi:10.1177/107319119900600402
  • Wood, James M.; Nezworski, M. Teresa; Garb, Howard N. (2003). What’s Right with the Rorschach?. The Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice 2 (2)
  • Exner, John E.: The Rorschach: Basic Foundations and Principles of Interpretation: Volume 1. Hoboken: 2002. ISBN 0471386723.
  • Arthur S. Reber: Słownik Psychologii. Warszawa (s. 629): 2002. ISBN 83-7383-007-3.
  • Chapman, L.J., Chapman, J.P. (1969). Illusory correlation as an obstacle to the use of valid psychodiagnostic signs. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 74(3), 271-280
  • Sutherland, Stuart: Irrationality (2nd ed.). London (s. 117-120): 2007. ISBN 9781905177073.
  • Plous, Scott: The Psychology of Judgment and Decision Making. (s. 164-166): 1993. ISBN 9780070504776.
  • Sutherland, Stuart: Irrationality (2nd ed.). London (s. 117-120): 2007. ISBN 9781905177073.
  • Exner, John E.: The Rorschach: Basic Foundations and Principles of Interpretation: Volume 1. Hoboken: 2002. ISBN 0471386723.
  • Wood, Jim; Nezworski, M. Teresa; Lilienfeld, Scott O.; Garb, Howard N.: What’s Wrong with the Rorschach?. San Francisco: 2003. ISBN 9780787960568.
  • Exner, John E.: The Rorschach: Basic Foundations and Principles of Interpretation: Volume 1. Hoboken: 2002. ISBN 0471386723.
  • Wood, Jim; Nezworski, M. Teresa; Lilienfeld, Scott O.; Garb, Howard N.: What’s Wrong with the Rorschach?. San Francisco (s. 227-234): 2003. ISBN 9780787960568.
  • Meyer G. J., Hilsenroth M. J., Baxter D., Exner J. E., Fowler J. C., Piers C. C., Resnick J. (2002). „An examination of interrater reliability for scoring the Rorschach comprehensive system in eight data sets”. Journal of Personality Assessment 78 (2): 219–274.
  • Arthur S. Reber: Słownik Psychologii. Warszawa (s. 629): 2002. ISBN 83-7383-007-3.
  • Wood, Jim; Nezworski, M. Teresa; Lilienfeld, Scott O.; Garb, Howard N.: What’s Wrong with the Rorschach?. San Francisco: 2003 (tabela 9.4). ISBN 9780787960568.
  • Wood, Jim; Nezworski, M. Teresa; Lilienfeld, Scott O.; Garb, Howard N.: What’s Wrong with the Rorschach?. San Francisco: 2003 (s. 249-250). ISBN 9780787960568.
  • Graves P.L., Thomas C.B., Mead L.A. (1991). The Rorschach Interaction Scale as a potential predictor of cancer. Psychosomatic Medicine, 48(8): 549–563
  • Wood, Jim; Nezworski, M. Teresa; Lilienfeld, Scott O.; Garb, Howard N.: What’s Wrong with the Rorschach?. San Francisco: 2003. ISBN 9780787960568.
  • Lowrey, L. G. (1946) Training principles in the use of social service American journal of orthopsychiatry, Volume 16 American Orthopsychiatric Association (s. 732)
  • Buros, Oscar Krisen: Personality tests and reviews: including an index to The mental measurements yearbooks, Volume 1. 1975.
  • Gacono Carl B., F. Barton Evans, Kaser-Boyd Nancy, Gaconno Lynne: The Handbook of Forensic Rorschach Assessment. New York: 2007.
  • Gacono Carl B., F. Barton Evans, Kaser-Boyd Nancy, Gaconno Lynne: The Handbook of Forensic Rorschach Assessment. New York: 2007.
  • Gacono Carl B., F. Barton Evans, Kaser-Boyd Nancy, Gaconno Lynne: The Handbook of Forensic Rorschach Assessment. New York: 2007.
  • Lillenfeld, S.O., Wood, J.M., Garb, H.N. The scientific status of projective techniques, Psychological Science in the Public Interest v. 1, (s.27–66), 2000
  • Lillenfeld, S.O., Wood, J.M., Garb, H.N. The scientific status of projective techniques, Psychological Science in the Public Interest v. 1, (s.27–66), 2000
  • Hibbard, S.. A Critique of Lilienfeld et al.’s (2000) The Scientific status of Projective Techniques, Journal of Personality Assessment v. 80, (s.260–271), 2003
  • Radford Benjamin. Rorschach Test: Discredited But Still Controversial. „Live Science”, 21 lipca 2009 (ang.). [dostęp 2012-02-14].
  • Meyer, G.J., Erdberg, P., & Shaffer, T.W. Toward international normative reference data for the Comprehensive System, Journal of Personality Assessment, 89, 201–206, 2007
  • American Psychiatric Association: Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (4th ed.). Washington: 1994.
  • Weiner, Irving B. (1999). What the Rorschach Can do for you: Incremental validity in clinical applications. Assessment, 6, 327–338
  • Weiner, Irving B.; Greene, R.L.: Handbook of Personality Assessment. 2007. ISBN 0471228818.
  • Gacono Carl B., F. Barton Evans, Kaser-Boyd Nancy, Gaconno Lynne: The Handbook of Forensic Rorschach Assessment. New York: 2007.
  • Garb HN, Wood JM, Lilienfeld SO, Nezworski MT (2005). „Roots of the Rorschach controversy”. Clin Psychol Rev 25 (1): 97–118. doi:10.1016

BIBLIOGRAFIA SZCZEGÓŁOWA

TAT:

  • Blankenship, V. Vega, C. M. Ramos, E. Romero, K. Warren, K. Keenan, K. Rosenow, V. Vasquez, J. Sullivan, A. (2006) Using the Multifaceted Rasch Model to Improve the TAT/PSE Measure of Need for Achievement. JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT, 86(1), 100–114.
  • Cramer, P. (1999) Future Directions for the TAT. JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT, 72 (1), 74 – 92.
  • Eron, L. D. (1950). A normative study of TAT. Psychological Monographs: general and applied. 64 (9).
  • Flanagan, R.  Di Giuseppe, R. (1999).critical review of the temas: a step within the development of thematic apperception instruments. Psychology in the Schools, Vol. 36(1).
  • Gallese, A. J. Tilden Spoerl, D. (1954). A comparison of machover and thematic apperception test interpretation. The Journal of Social Psychology, 40, 73-77.
  • Henry, w. E. Farley, j. (1959).  The validity of the thematic apperception test in the study of adolscent personality. Psychological monographs: general and applied. Vol. 73, no. 17
  • Karon, B. P. (2000).The Clinical Interpretation of the Thematic Apperception Test, Rorschach, and Other Clinical Data: A Reexamination of Statistical Versus Clinical Prediction. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, Vol. 31, No. 2, 230-233.
  • Langan-Fox, J. Grant, S. (2006). The Thematic Apperception Test: Toward a Standard Measure of the Big Three Motives. JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT, 87(3), 277–291.
  • Lindzey, G. And Heinemann, S. H. (1955), Thematic Apperception Test: Individual and Group Administration. Journal of Personality, 24: 34–55.
  • Westen, D. Lohr, N. Kenneth R. Silk, K. R. Gold, L. Kerber, K. (1990). Object Relations and Social Cognition in Borderlines, Major Depressives, and Normals: A Thematic Apperception Test Analysis. Psychological Assessment: A Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 2, No. 4, 355-364.
  • Pam, A. Rivera, J. (1995). Sexual Pathology and Dangerousness From a Thematic Apperception Test Protocol. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, Vol.26. No. 1.72-77.
  • Rotter, J. B. (1940), Studies In The Use And Validity Of The Thematic Apperception Test With Mentally Disordered Patients. Journal of Personality, 9: 18–34.
  • Sharley, K.J. Ritzler, B. A. (1985). Comparing Diagnostic Validity of the TAT and New Picture Projective Tets. Journal of Presonality Assessment, 49, 4, 406 – 412.
  • Kennon M. Sheldon, K. M. King, L. A. Houser-Marko, L. Osbaldiston, R. Gunz, A. (2007). Comparing IAT and TAT Measures of Power Versus Intimacy Motivation. European Journal of Personality, 21, 263–280.
  • Spangler, W. D. (1992). Validity of Questionnaire and TAT Measures of Need for Achievement: Two Meta-Analyses. Psychological Bulletin, Vol. 112, No. 1,140-154
  • Verdon, B. (2011). The Case of Thematic Tests Adapted to Older Adults. On the Importance of Differentiating Latent and Manifest Contents in Projective Tests. Rorschachiana 32, 46–71.
  • Winter, D. G. (1998).  „TOWARD A SCIENCE OF PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY”: David McClelland’s Development of Empirically Derived TAT Measures. History of Psychology, Vol. l, 2, 130-153.

Rorschach:

  • Aquino, E. B. (2003). The Rorschach Comprehensive System and Objectivity: Issues Of Validity, Reliability, and Bias. Rorschach Objectivity Issues 1.
  • Arnon, Z. Maoz, G. Gazit, T. Klein, E. (2011). Rorschach Indicators of PTSD. A Retrospective Study. Rorschachiana 32, 5–26.
  • ATKINSON, L. QUARRINGTON, B. ALP, I. E. CYR, J. J. (1985). RORSCHACH VALIDITY: AN EMPIRICAL APPROACH TO THE LITERATURE, Journal of Clinical Psychology, Vol. 42, No. 2.
  • Bornstein, R. F. (2007). Might the Rorschach Be a Projective Test After All? Social Projection of an Undesired Trait Alters Rorschach Oral Dependency Scores. Journal Of Personality Assessment, 88(3), 354–367.
  • Chapman, L. J. Chapman, J. P. (1969).  Illusory Correlation As An Obstacle To The Use Of Valid Psychodiagnostic Signs. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Vol. 74, No. 3t 271-280.
  • Crews, F. (2004). Out, damned blot! Review of: What’s Wrong with the Rorschach?: Science Confronts the Controversial Inkblot Test. The New York Review of Books.
  • Diener, M. J. Hilsenroth, M. J. Shaffer S. A. Sexton, J. E. (2011). A Meta-Analysis of the Relationship between the Rorschach Ego Impairment Index (EII) and Psychiatric Severity. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 18, 464–485.
  • EDINGER, J. D. BOGAN, J. B. (1976).THE VALIDITY OF THE RORSCHACH PROGNOSTIC RATING SCALE WITH INCARCERATED OFFENDERS. Journal of Clinical Psychology, October, Vol. 32, No. 4.
  • Garfield, S. L. (2000), The Rorschach test in clinical diagnosis— a brief commentary. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 56: 431–434.
  • Harder, D. W. (1979). The Assesment of Ambitious – Narcisstic Character Style with 3 Projective Tests: The Early Memories, Rorschach Test and TAT. Journal of Presonality Assessment, 43, 1, 23-33.
  • Haramis, S. LWagner, E. E. (1980). Differentiation between acting-out and non-acting-out alcoholics with the Rorschach and Hand Test. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 36(3):791-7.
  • Hunca-Bednarska, A. (2010). Użyteczność testu H. Rorschacha wówczas, gdy pacjent wykazuje tendencje do dyssymulacji objawów chorobowych. Analiza przypadku. Current Problems Of Psychiatry, 11, 1, 27-37.
  • Hunsley, J.  Michael Bailey, J. M. (1999). The Clinical Utility of the Rorschach: Unfulfilled Promises and an Uncertain Future. Psychological Assessment, Vol. 11, No. 3, 266-277.Huprich, S. K. (2006). Rorschach Assessment of the Personality Disorders. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, Mahwah, New Jearsey.
  • Inoue, N. (2009). Evaluation of an EMDR Treatment Outcome Using the Rorschach, the TAT, and the IES-R. A Case Study of a Human-Caused Trauma Survivor. Rorschachiana 30, 180–218.
  • Lindgren, T. Carlsson, A. M.  Lundbäck, E. (2007). No agreement between the Rorschach and self-assessed personality traits derived from the Comprehensive System. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 48, 399–408.
  • Masling, J. (2006). When Homer Nods: An Examination of Some Systematic Errors in Rorschach Scholarship. JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT, 87(1), 62–73.
  • McCann, J. T. (1998). Defending the Rorschach in Court. An Analysis of Admissibility using Legal and Professional Standards. Journal of Personality Assessment, 70 (1), 125 – 144.
  • Mcgrath, R. E. (2008). The Rorschach in the Context of Performance-Based Personality Assessment. Journal of Personality Assessment, 90(5), 465–475.
  • Meyer, G. J. (1996). Construct Validation of Scales Derived from The Rorchach Method. Journal of personality Assessment, 67 (3), 598 – 628.
  • Tong, J. E. Murphy, I. C. (1960). RORSCHACH INDICES AND AUTONOMIC STRESS REACTIVITY. The British Journal of Psychiatry.
  • Palmer, G. J. (1951). A Dual Approach to Rorschach Validation: A Methodological Study. Psychological Monographs. General and Applied, 68 (8).
  • Parker, K. (1983). The Meta Analysisi of reliability and Validity of Rorschach. Journal of Personality Assessment, 47, 3, 227 – 231.
  • Schwartz, M. S. and Ewert, J. C. (1969), A study of Weiner’s deviant tempo Rorschach signs for the psychodiagnosis of schizophrenia. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 25: 308–309.
  • Viglione, D. J. Perry, W. Jansak, D. (2003). Modifying the Rorschach Human Experience Variable to Create the Human representational Variable. JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT, 81(1), 64–73.
  • Vincent, K. R. Herman, M. J. (1991). The Exner Rorschach. An Analysis of its Clinical Validity, Journal of Clinical Psychology, 47, 4, 596 – 600.
  • Wagner, E. E. Klein, I. Walter, T. (1978). Differentiation of Brain Damage Among Low IQ Subjects with 3 Projective Techniques. Journal of Personality Assessment, 42, 1, 49 – 55.
  • Weiner, I. B. (1999). Contemporary Perspectives on Rorschach Assessment. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 15, 1. 78–86.
  • Zelen, S. L. (1954), Behavioral Criteria and Rorschach Measures of Level of Aspiration and Rigidity. Journal of Personality, 23: 207–214

Testy projekcyjne w badaniach rynkowych:

  • Anderson, T. Song, A. Next Generation Projective Techniques: Combining Psychological Content Analysis and Text Mining in Market Research. Pobrano z: www.andersonanalytics.com.
  • Boddy, C (2005). Projective techniques in market research: valueless subjectivity or insightful reality? A look at the evidence for the usefulness, reliability and validity of projective techniques in market research. International Journal of Market Research Vol. 47 Issue 3.
  • Doherty, S. Nelson, R. (2010)  Using projective techniques to tap into consumers’ feelings, perceptions and attitudes . . . getting an honest opinion. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 34, 400–404.
  • Durriya H. Z. Khairullah, D. H. Khairullah, Z. Y. (2011). Preferences Expressed By Asian-Indian Subjects for American Versus Asian Indian Print Advertisements. International Journal of Business and Social Science Vol. 2 No. 17.
  • Ramsey, E. Ibbotson, P. McCole, P. (2006). Application of projective techniques in an e-business research context. A response to ‘Projective techniques in market research – valueless subjectivity or insightful reality?’. International Journal of Market Research Vol. 48 Issue 5.
  • Reilly, R. R. Chao, G. T. (1982). Validity and Fairness of some alternative Employee Selection Procedures. Personnel Psychology, 35.

Testy Projekcyjne – pozostałe:

  • Blatt, S. (1975). The Validity of Projective Techniques and Their Research and Clinical Contribution. Journal of Personality Assessment, 39. 4
  • Block, W. Clinical Validation of Adaptation -Level Theory as a Framework for Projective Testing. Journal of Clinical Psychology
  • Bornstein, R. F. (1999). Criterion Validity of Objective and Project!ve Dependency Tests: A Meta-Analytic Assessment of Behavioral Prediction. Psychological Assessment, Vol. 11, No. 1,48-57.
  • Cattell, R. B. (1944), Projection And The Design Of Projective Tests Of Personality. Journal Of Personality, 12: 177–194.
  • Catterall, M. Ibbotson, P.(2000).Using Projective Techniques in Education Research. British Educational Research Journal, Vol. 26, No. 2.
  • DAVIDS, A. (1973). Projective Testing: Some Issues Facing Academicians and Practitioners. Professional Psychology.
  • Dent-Brown, K. Wang, M. (2004). Developing a rating scale for projected stories. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 77, 325–333.
  • Erickson, S. K. Lilienfeld, S. O. Vitacco, M. J. (2007). A Critical Examination Of The Suitability And Limitations Of Psychological Tests In Family Court. Family Court Review, Vol. 45 No. 2, 157–174.
  • Erickson, S. K. Lilienfeld, S. O. Vitacco, M. J (2007). Failing The Burden Of Proof: The Science And Ethics Of Projective Tests In Custody Evaluations. Family Court Review, Vol. 45 No. 2, 185–192.
  • Garb, H. N. Wood, J. M. Lilienfeld, S. O. Nezworski, M. T. (2002). Effective Use of Projective Techniques in Clinical Practice: Let the Data Help With Selection and Interpretation. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice , Vol. 33, No. 5, 454–463.
  • Gawronski, B. (2009). Ten Frequently Asked Questions About Implicit Measures and Their Frequently Supposed, But Not Entirely Correct Answers. Canadian Psychology, Vol. 50, No. 3, 141–150.
  • Graybill, D. Blackwood, A. (1996). Predicting of Adolescent Aggression by Childhood Personality Assessment A Comparision of Projective Procedures, Self Report Test and Behavior Rating. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 52, 1, 61 – 66.
  • Grove, W. M. Barden, R.C. Garb, H. N. Lilienfeld, S. O. (2002). Testimony to Be Admissible Under the Daubert–Joiner–Kumho Standard. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, Vol. 8, No. 2, 216–234.
  • Gutmenn, D. Rothan, S. Lichter, S. R. (1979). Two kinds of Radicals A Discriminant Analysis of Projective Techniques. Journal of Personality Assessment, 43, 1.
  • Howells, J. G. and Lickorish, J. R. (1969), A projective technique for assessing family relationships. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 25: 304–307.
  • Levin-Rozalis, M. (2006).Using Projective Techniques In The Evaluation Of Groups For Children Of Rehabilitating Drug Addicts. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 27:519–535.
  • Lilienfeld, S. O. Wood, J. M. Garb, H. N. (2002). Status naukowy technik projekcyjnych. Kraków: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego.
  • Lilienfeld, S. O. Wood, J. M. Garb, H. N. (2001). What’s wrong with this Picture. Pobrano z : www.sciam.com.
  • Meyer, G. J. Kurtz, J. E. (2006). Advancing Personality Assessment Terminology: Time to Retire “Objective” and “Projective” As Personality Test Descriptors. JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT, 87(3), 223–225.
  • Mischel, W. (1972). Direct Versus Indirect Personality Assessment: Evidence And Implications. Journal ol Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 38, No. 3, 319-324.
  • NEURINGER, C. (1967). ART AND SCIENCE IN PROJECTIVE TECHNIQUES. Journal of Consulting Psychology, Vol. 31, No. 1, 85-88.
  • Purcell, K. (1958). Some shortcomings in projective test validation. The Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, Vol 57(1), Jul 1958, 115-118.
  • RAPAPORT, D. (1942), PRINCIPLES UNDERLYING PROJECTIVE TECHNIQUES. Journal of Personality, 10: 213–219
  • Roman, P. Dublineau, M. Saboia, C. (2011). Projective Kit for Early Childhood (P. K. E. C.) A Projective Tool for Research and Clinical Assessment. Rorschachiana 32, 223–251.
  • Samuels, H. (1952). The Validity of Personality Trait Ratings Based Projection Techniques. Psychological Monographs, 66 (5).
  • Sartori, R. (2010) . Face validity in personality tests: psychometric instruments and projective techniques in comparison. Qual Quant,  44:749–759.
  • Scott, W. A. Johnson, R. C. (1972). Comparative Validities Of Direct And Indirect Personality Tests’. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 38, No. 3, 301-318.
  • Shulman, D. G. McCarthy, E. C. Ferguson, G. R. (1988). The Projective Assessment of Narcissism: Development, Reliability, and Validity of the N-P. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 5(3), 285-297.
  • Veldman, D. J. Menaker, S. L. (1969). Directed Imagination Method For Projective Assessment Of Teacher Candidates. Journal of Educational Psychology, Vol. 60, No. 3, 178-187.
  • Wagner, E. E. (2008). Beyond “Objective” and “Projective”: A Logical System for Classifying Psychological Tests: Comment on Meyer and Kurtz. Journal of Personality Assessment, 90(4), 402–405.
  • Wallace, J. Securest, L. (1963). Frequency Hypothesis And Content Analysis Of Projective Techniques. Journal of Consulting Psychology, Vol. 27, No. 5, 387-393.
  • Wood, J. M. Nezworski, M. T. Lilienfeld, S. O. Garb, H. N. (2003). The Rorschach Inkblot Test, Fortune Tellers, and Cold Reading. Skeptical Inquirer, 27, 4.
  • Wood, D. Harms, P. Vazire, S. (2010). Perceiver Effects as Projective Tests: What Your Perceptions of Others Say About You. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 99, No. 1, 174–190.

Inne techniki projekcyjne:

  • Gayton, W. F., Bassett, J. E. and Bishop, J. S. (1970), The Harris revision of the goodenough draw-a-man test: Suitability for a retarded population. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 26: 522–523.
  • Cassell, W. A. Dubey, B. L. (2010). Questionable Validity of Projective Technique and SIS Intervention. SIS J. Proj. Psy. & Ment. Health, 17 : 4-15.
  • Krout, J. (1950). Symbol Elaboration Test (S.E.T.): The Reliability and Validity on a New Projective Technique. Psychological Monographs: General And Applied, 64 (4). Blackwell Publishing, Ltd.
  • Ekehammar, B. Zuber, I. Konstenius, M. (2005). An empirical look at the Defense Mechanism Test (DMT): Reliability and construct validity. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 46, 285–296.
  • Fowler, J. C. Hilsenroth, M. J. Handler, L. (2000). Martin Mayman’s Early Memories Technique: Bridging the Gap Between Personality Assessment and Psychotherapy. Journal Of Personality Assessment, 75(1), 18–32.
  • Handler, L. Habernicht, D. (1994). The Kinetic Family Drawing Technique. Literature Review. Journal of Personality Assessment, 62 (3), 440 – 464.
  • Henry, R. M. (1981). Validation of a Projective Measure of Aggression Anxiety for 5 Years Old Boys. Journal of Personality Assessment, 45, 4.
  • Inselberg, R. M. (1964).The Sentence Completion Technique in the Measurement of Marital Satisfaction. Journal Of Marriage And The Family.
  • Joiner, T. E. Schmidt, K. L. (1997). Drawing Conclusions – or Not – From Drawings. Journal of Personality Assessment, 69(3), 476 – 481.
  • Klopfer, F. J. Jackson, T.T. Wolfe, W. G. Jeffrey, G. S. (1977). The Felt Figure Replacement Technique as a Personality Assessment Device: validity Reconsidered. Journal of Personality Assessment, 41, 4.
  • Lindzey, G. And Goldwyn, R. M. (1954), Validity of the Rosenzweig Picture-Frustration Study. Journal of Personality, 22: 519–547.
  • Little, K. B. And Shneidman, E. S. (1955), The Validity of Thematic Projective Technique Interpretations. Journal of Personality, 23: 285–294.
  • Losh, S. C. Wilke, R. Pop, M. (2008). Some Methodological Issues with “Draw a Scientist Tests” among Young Children. International Journal of Science Education, Vol. 30, No. 6, pp. 773–792.
  • Mizuta, I. Inoue, Y. Fukunaga, T. Ishi, R. Ogawa, A. Takeda, M. (2002). Psychological characteristics of eating disorders as evidenced by the combined administration of questionnaires and two projective methods: the Tree Drawing Test (Baum Test) and the Sentence Completion Test. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 56, 41–53.
  • Moseley, E. C., Duffey, R. F. and Sherman, L. J. (1963), An extension of the construct validity of the Holtzman inkblot technique. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 19: 186–192.
  • Roivainen, E. Ruuska, P. (2005). The Use of Projective Drawings to Assess Alexithymia: The Validity of the Wartegg Test. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, Vol. 21(3):199–201.
  • Singer, M. (1950).The Validity of Multiple Choice Projection Test in Psychopathological Screening. Psychological Monograph: Genera and Applied, 64 (8).
  • Steele, H. L. (1964), On the Validity of Projective Questions. Journal of Marketing Research, Vol. 1, No. 3 pp. 46-49.
  • Vane, J. R. and Kessler, R. T. (1964), The goodenough draw-a-man test: Long term reliability and validity. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 20: 487–488.
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 Zebrała i opracowała Kamila Grochowska

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