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Re: Projective tests ... are they worth it?

Posted by gardenergirl on March 6, 2004, at 23:11:01

In reply to Re: Projective tests ... are they worth it?, posted by Camille Dumont on March 6, 2004, at 17:17:14

There is some very good information here, I hope it helped you to make your decision. Elle, I believe, posted something about using projectives in conjunction with a clinical interview. My own preference is to use an interview, a projective, and an objective (like MMPI or MCMI). I think the more data you get from different types of sources, the more likely you are to get a true picture. People can sometimes respond differently to different types of tests, i.e. really guarded on one and really open on the other. This can give you useful information besides the test results themsevles, sometimes.

I hope you find your experience useful!





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