I doubt if he'd want to go through projective tests
administered by clinical psychologists, so what about high-tech MRI and the like for his skull?
Two of the most commonly known projective tests
are Rorschach Test and the Thematic Apperception Tests.
Considering the level of demand in the evaluation in selective processes and the lack of measurement instruments to meet these demands (Santos, 2016), psychological tests should ideally gather the wide range of spontaneous manifestations, typical of the projective tests
(Formiga & Mello, 2000; Miguel, 2014; Pinto, 2014), which would allow collective application, as well as the required objectivity and standardization.
Two other patterns in the data reflect relatively low endorsement rates of projective tests
by VAMC directors and relatively low endorsement of achievement and cognitive tests by UCCs.
Psychoanalysis is traditionally recognized as the theory that underlies projective tests
, although, in fact, others also have made contributions.
"I had the means to collect art for my own pleasure at first, until I realized that some of the artworks I own could be used as projective tests
, a bit like the Rorschach inkblot test.
Sources said the doctors conducted personality trait test, psychopathology test and projective tests
The DAP shares many characteristics with projective tests
, and it is for this reason it has been widely used for the assessment of personality of children, along with other tests.
In the world of psychological research and treatment, it is not just psychologists administering projective tests
who examine the stories clients tell.
Among the topics are a retrospective study of Rorschach indicators of post-traumatic stress disorder, the importance of differentiating latent and manifest content in projective tests
, the Rorschach assessment of parenting capacity, self-perception in Andean Quechua-speaking children entering school using the Rorschach method, the role of color in the production of responses in children's Rorschach protocols, and normative data from a sample of nonpatient Brazilian children aged nine to eleven.
In the present scope, psychological or psychometric tests are taken to include measures of intelligence, personality inventories, projective tests
, and self-report measures of various psychological variables such as anxiety and others.
This was also reflected in both the initial and repeat projective tests
carried out 14 months later.