A Comparison of TAT with Roruchach Test in a Case of Student Counseling
This study concerned a case of student counseling in which TAT and Rorschach Test were performed twice, once at the initial intervew and once at the end of the vounseling. The analysis and interpretation of each of the tests were given and psychological situations of the client revealed by the analysis and interpretation were comoared. The Rorschach Test was found to improve cognition but clearly showed a problem remaining in the aspect of social adaptation. The TAT showed changes to a simple and immature object-relation, revealing that social withdrawal achieved mental stability. The TAT indicated that the object-relation shown by the TAT needed to be actively taken up as a topic in interview. The above date clearly showed that TAT could be as an effective indicator different from Rorschach Test for reviewing the effect of interview and had a great use value for deciding interviewing policies.
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