Talk:Rorschach inkblot test

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Page pending resolution on OTRS ticket # 2007060710009241Swatjester 23:30, 7 June 2007 (UTC)

Old deletion requests[edit]

Image Deletion request Result
Rorschach1.jpg 2007-06-01 Keep
Inkblot.svg 2007-07-23 Keep
Rorschach inkblot test.gif 2007-07-26 Keep, deleted later because it was a duplicate of Inkblot.png
Rorschach inkblots.jpg 2009-01-18 Keep

Rorchsch inkblot test images should be deleted--violation of APA

— Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk • contribs) 3 September 2008 (UTC)


Delete images[edit]

These are copyrighted images that comprise a psychological assessment instrument. Publication of all or part of any psychological test are also prohibited because of the risk of compromising the validity and utility of such tests. They should be removed.

I will also be reporting this to APA, CPA, Google, and other appropriate organizations.

— Preceding unsigned comment added by Djbaxter (talk • contribs) 17 October 2008 (UTC)

Please stop your repeated vandalizing of this gallery. If you have a problem with it, issue the appropriate requests but stop vandalizing. --Foroa (talk) 14:02, 17 October 2008 (UTC)

É proibida qualquer reprodução destas imagens pois, como qualquer teste psicológico, ele depende de critérios de validade e fidedignidade embasados em muitas pesquisas e dados estatísticos para ser aprovado.Quando um teste é reproduzido, corre o risco de ser inutilizado. Vulgarizar este tipo de trabalho, conhecido como o mais importante teste de personalidade existente, reconhecido mundialmente no meio científico só demonstra falta de conhecimento. O que mais me choca é saber que apenas psicólogos têm acesso a este material, sendo vedada a compra por outros profissionais e, sendo assim, se as manchas do teste aqui estão, dependeram de um profissional da psicologia para tal!

— Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk • contribs) 19 April 2009 (UTC)

These are no longer copyrighted images, and to suggest that they comprise a valid psychological assessment is both inane and immaterial. Immaterial because everyone in the general public is quite aware of the inkblot test, and very few administrations of it are objective. The subject invariably knows what kind of assessment is being given to him, and responds not as he truly feels(Not true. Sometimes the subject can be defensive but you can almost always see it by statistical aspect of the responses), but with the answer he wants to give, which he thinks will best serve his purposes. Inane because this test is not only subjective on the part of the subject, but also entirely subjective on the part of the administrator(Not entirely. There is quantifying process before the administrator interpret the result. In the process of interpret, of course, subjectivity of the administrator can affect the interpretation. The subjectivity, however, almost always from his/her clinical experience). The administrator brings his own sets of ideas, prejudices, preconceived notions and desires to the test, and applies them subjectively as he sees fit.

— Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk • contribs) 30 July 2009 (UTC)