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Social Processes: Methodology · Types of test


Projective techniques are all based on an approach to assessment that assumes that a persons responses to ambiguous material, reflect valuable information that can be used to evaluate their attitudes, motivation and personality.

Generally these techniques are aligned with psychoanalytic theory and require psychoanalytic interpretation of the responses to derive a meaningful outcome. Examples of such techniques include

Methods used[edit | edit source]

A variety of techniques have been used.

Ambiguous visual stimuli[edit | edit source]

As in the Rorschach test


Story board sequencing[edit | edit source]

As in the TAT


Drawing completion tests[edit | edit source]

As in Franck drawing completion test


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