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Siegel, M.G. (1962). A Rorschach Reader: Edited by Murray H. Sherman. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1960. 440 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 31:573-575.

(1962). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 31:573-575

A Rorschach Reader: Edited by Murray H. Sherman. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1960. 440 pp.

Review by:
Miriam G. Siegel

Forty years ago a young Swiss psychiatrist published a small volume, Psychodiagnostics. Dr. Herman Rorschach described his simple psychological experiment and wrote, 'The theoretical foundation of the test is still partly in its beginnings'. Since the appearance of this modest book, a steady and all-encompassing Rorschach literature has developed. In A Rorschach Reader, Sherman has assembled from professional journals important milestones in the growth of the inkblot test into a mature clinical instrument. In contrast to many manuals concerned with administration, scoring, and interpretation, this is a source book and text for collateral reading.

The five sections in the book demonstrate the varied aspects of the Rorschach as a tool for research and psychological understanding.

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