Rorschach protocols of children and adolescents with severe burns: A follow-up study
Twenty children and adolescents with severe burns who participated in a Rorschach study in 1992 were reexamined in 1995. The Rorschach variables that were most deviant from normative table values were the same (X + %; EgoC; Afr; T; EA; P; WSumC; SCZI; DEPI; CDI; and Fr,rF) that had been found in 1 or more other studies examining Rorschach variables with individuals of all ages who had been traumatized by different events. Although group mean codes were similar across Rorschach administrations, a Spearman rank-order correlation coefficient of -.776 indicated that the group as a whole produced more pathological responses in 1995 than they did in 1992, with individual protocol pairs revealing changes between constrictive to flooded or flooded to constrictive records.
JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT
(1998). Rorschach protocols of children and adolescents with severe burns: A follow-up study. JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT, 71(3), 306-321.
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