The characteristic of an inkblot that leads a subject to see a particular form is called
A) the determinant.
B) a pure form response.
C) an inquiry.
Form quality is a scoring dimension that refers to
A) where the perception was seen.
B) what determined the response.
C) the extent to which the response matched the stimulus qualities of the inkblot.
D) what the perception was.
Early proponents of the Rorschach gave impressive demonstrations that seemed to support the reliability of the test.These demonstrations
A) are unquestionable evidence of the effectiveness of the Rorschach.
B) have been labeled as the result of the Barnum effect.
C) depended on the evaluator giving one specific analysis.
D) were undoubtedly given before the analyst knew anything about the patient.
According to the text,Rorschach "virtuosos"
A) performed significantly better in controlled studies than in clinical settings.
B) were actually no better than chance in their clinical assessments.
C) performed no better than chance when tested in controlled studies.
D) never actually had their expertise statistically analyzed.