The Rorschach A Comprehensive System Volume 2: Interpretation Second Edition John E. Exner, Jr. The second volume in John E. Exner’s groundbreaking work, this book is devoted to advanced scoring and interpretation, including structural assessment, content assessment, and diagnosis and prediction, as well as special issues relating to specifics of interpretation for various pathological conditions. This revised and expanded Second Edition includes findings from more than 300 studies involving more than 12,000 subjects—including young and old, patients and nonpatients—conducted since 1982. Also new to this edition are a chapter on simulation and malingering and one on issues in researching the test. 1991 (0 471-85080-2) 476 pp. The Rorschach A Comprehensive System Volume 3: Assessment of Children and Adolescents John E. Exner, Jr. and Irving B. Weiner The third volume in this highly successful series offers practitioners a single source to the essential interpretive skills for establishing accurate psychological descriptions of younger clients using the Rorschach Test. Data collected from more than 1,800 non-patient children—ages 5 through 16—provides a solid normative base for interpretation. Nineteen case studies demonstrate the use of the test for personality description, differential diagnosis, and treatment planning in cases involving schizophrenia, depression, and learning and behavior problems. 1982 (0 471-09364-5) 449 pp. Handbook of Psychological Assessment Second Edition Gary Groth-Marnat Offers step-by-step guidance to the selection, administration, evaluation, and interpretation of the WlSC-R and WAIS-R; Bender Visual Motor Gestalt; MMPI/MMPI-2; TAT; Rorschach; CPI; and projective drawings. It also offers a rational approach to integrating test results, interview data, and behavioral measurements into a psychological report. New to this edition are chapters on the context of clinical assessment; interview techniques; behavioral assessment; a review of the MMPI-2 (revised); a new scoring system for the Bender Visual Motor Gestalt Test; a section on clinical judgment; and more. 1990 (0 471-51034-3) 594 pp.
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The Rorschach: A Comprehensive System Volume 1: Basic Foundations Third Edition The name of John Exner is familiar to every clinician who uses the Rorschach Test. His monumental undertaking of integrating the empirically defensible components of the five predominant Rorschach Systems (the Beck, Klopfer, Hertz, Piotrowski, and Schafer systems) into a unified Comprehensive System has, in the words of one reviewer, "injected new life into the aging Rorschach." As a consequence, in the two decades since the publication of the first edition of this groundbreaking work, Exner’s Comprehensive System has become the most widely used approach to the test. Volume 1 of The Rorschach serves as a basic introduction to the Rorschach inkblot test and focuses on its administration, scoring and interpretation according to the Comprehensive System. This new Third Edition reflects an amplification of the many refinements to the System covered in its predecessor, published in 1986. Approximately twenty percent larger than its predecessor, the Third Edition encompasses new normative data for both adults and children, patients and non-patients. While the overall format has remained the same, this edition includes eight new chapters. Volume 1 of The Rorschach is divided into five parts. Part 1 offers an historical overview of Rorschach. Part 2 shows how to administer and score the test. Part 3 comprises working tables necessary for accurate scoring and interpretation. Part 4 deals with the principles of interpretations, and reviews important literature on the significance of the test’s components. And Part 5 contains protocols which illustrate a variety of examples and shows how the test may be used for each. Integrating positive findings from more than 400 studies involving more than 12,000 subjects into a system which is easily taught, manifests high interclinician reliability, and stands well against the various tests of its validity, this book is an essential resource for clinical, counseling and industrial psychologists, as well as school psychologists and personality theorists.About the Author:
About the author JOHN E. EXNER, JR., PhD, is Professor Emeritus in Psychology, Long Island University, New York. During more than 30 years of teaching he was integral to the formation of doctoral programs in psychology at Bowling Green State University and Long Island University. In 1968 he founded and continues as the Executive Director of the Rorschach Research Foundation (Rorschach Workshops). Dr. Exner, who earned his PhD in psychology at Cornell, is a Diplomate of the American Board of Examiners in Psychology and a recipient of the Distinguished Contributions Award from the Society for Personality Assessment. He is the author of numerous scholarly works, including ten books concerning the Rorschach Test.
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