This project provides information on how preadolescent and adolescent nonpatients perform on the Rorschach test, administered and scored following Exner's guidelines (2003). Lis, Salcuni, Parolin, and Superchi (2001) reported previously initial data for 51 adolescent nonpatients living in Italy who were administered this instrument by graduate and postgraduate students in a 2-year research course at the Psychotherapy School of the University of Padua, between July 1998 and February 2001. The current study is an extension of that work and includes information on additional adolescent nonpatients and preadolescent nonpatients, gathered between April 2001 and December 2006. The study thus includes information on 233 participants, 116 preadolescents (aged 12-14) and 117 adolescents (aged 15-18). Individuals were excluded if they had a major medical illness in the past 6 months, any psychiatric hospitalization, psychological treatment within the past 2 years, any felony conviction, or psychological testing within the past year. Interrater reliability statistics at the response level for scoring segments are reported both with percentage of agreement and iota. Rorschach Comprehensive System (CS) findings are presented. Copyright © 2007, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

Lis, A., Salcuni, S., & Parolin, L. (2007). Rorschach Comprehensive system data for a sample of 116 preadolescent and 117 adolescent non patient from Italy. JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT, 89(S1), S91-S96 [10.1080/00223890701583259].

Rorschach Comprehensive system data for a sample of 116 preadolescent and 117 adolescent non patient from Italy

PAROLIN, LAURA ANTONIA LUCIA
2007-01

Abstract

This project provides information on how preadolescent and adolescent nonpatients perform on the Rorschach test, administered and scored following Exner's guidelines (2003). Lis, Salcuni, Parolin, and Superchi (2001) reported previously initial data for 51 adolescent nonpatients living in Italy who were administered this instrument by graduate and postgraduate students in a 2-year research course at the Psychotherapy School of the University of Padua, between July 1998 and February 2001. The current study is an extension of that work and includes information on additional adolescent nonpatients and preadolescent nonpatients, gathered between April 2001 and December 2006. The study thus includes information on 233 participants, 116 preadolescents (aged 12-14) and 117 adolescents (aged 15-18). Individuals were excluded if they had a major medical illness in the past 6 months, any psychiatric hospitalization, psychological treatment within the past 2 years, any felony conviction, or psychological testing within the past year. Interrater reliability statistics at the response level for scoring segments are reported both with percentage of agreement and iota. Rorschach Comprehensive System (CS) findings are presented. Copyright © 2007, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
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Rorschach, preadolescent and adolescent
English
Lis, A., Salcuni, S., & Parolin, L. (2007). Rorschach Comprehensive system data for a sample of 116 preadolescent and 117 adolescent non patient from Italy. JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT, 89(S1), S91-S96 [10.1080/00223890701583259].
Lis, A; Salcuni, S; Parolin, L
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