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Blum, E. (1934). Psychodiagnostik: By Hermann Rorschach. (Second Edition, edited by W. Morgenthaler. Hans Huber, Bern and Berlin, 1932, Vol. I. Pp. 230. Vol. II. 10 Plates.). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 15:475-477.
(1934). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 15:475-477
Psychodiagnostik: By Hermann Rorschach. (Second Edition, edited by W. Morgenthaler. Hans Huber, Bern and Berlin, 1932, Vol. I. Pp. 230. Vol. II. 10 Plates.)
Review by: E. Blum
Dr. W. Morgenthaler, of Bern, has published, as Vol. II. of the Arbeiten zur angewandten Psychiatrie, a new edition of the unique work of Rorschach, the psychiatrist and psycho-analyst, who unhappily died at so early an age. This second edition contains a portrait of the author and an in memoriam notice by the editor, and it further includes a valuable posthumous paper: Zur Auswertung des Formdeutversuchs, first published by the spiritual heir of Rorschach, Dr. Emil Oberholzer, in the Zeitschrift für die gesamte Neurologie und Psychiatrie, Bd. 82, 1923. At the end of book there is a list of Rorschach's publications and a bibliography of the most important writings on his method (the number of which has meanwhile increased again). It is indicative of the character of Rorschach's work that many of these writings are by psycho-analysts. I may mention Bänziger, Behn-Eschenburg, Binswanger, Christoffel, Furrer, Löpfe, Müller, Oberholzer and Boss (though the name of the latter does not appear yet in this bibliography). An article by Zulliger, entitled: 'Der Rorschachsche Testversuch' appeared quite recently in the Special Child Guidance number of the Zeitschrift für psychoanalytische Pädagogik (Jg. VI, Nr. 11/12, 1933).
In the Internationale Zeit schrift für Psychoanalyse, Band IX, 1923 (S. 512 ff.), L. Binswanger discussed Rorschach's book at length, but more especially with reference to its interest for non-analytical psychologists. In the same journal, Band X, 1924 (S. 311 ff.), Dr. A.
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