Psychodiagnostik (Psychodiagnostics) is a page monograph written by Hermann Rorschach in containing the results of his studies on mental patients. Hermann Rorschach was a Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst. His education in art helped One year after writing Psychodiagnostik, Rorschach died of peritonitis, probably resulting from a ruptured appendix. He was still associate director. HERMANN RORSCHACH. PSYCHODIAGNOSTICS. A DIAGNOSTIC TEST BASED ON PERCEPTION. INCLUDING RORSCHACITS PAPER.

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Rorschach lived a short yet successful life while influencing the world of psychology. Wondering why different people often saw entirely different things in the same inkblots, he began, while still a medical student, showing inkblots to schoolchildren and analyzing their responses. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

He wrote a letter to the famous German biologist Ernst Haeckel asking his roschach.

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He was known to his school friends as Klexor “inkblot” since he enjoyed klecksography making fanciful inkblot “pictures”. The Application of the Interpretation of Form to Psychoanalysis. The validity of individual Rorschach variables: Psychological Bulletin, 3 Retrieved 7 November This page was last edited on 22 Novemberat While working at the hospital, Psychodianostik finished his doctoral dissertation in under the eminent psychiatrist Eugen Bleulerwho had taught Carl Jung. Journal of Rprschach Assessment48, — Torn between the decision to stay in Switzerland or move to Russia, he eventually took a job as first assistant at a Cantonal Mental Hospital.


One year after writing PsychodiagnostikRorschach died of peritonitisprobably resulting from a ruptured appendix. Roorschach couple were married in and lived in Russia until their relocation back to Switzerland, for Rorschach’s work, in Retrieved 16 January Rorschach graduated in medicine at Zurich in and at the same time became engaged to Olga Stempelin, a girl from Kazan in the present-day Republic of TatarstanRussia. All the while Rorschach remained fascinated by Russian culture and, inhe obtained a fellowship psychdiagnostik in Russia where he continued to study contemporary psychiatric methods.

Hermann Rorschach

After Ernst Haeckel suggested a career in science, Rorschach enrolled in medical school at the University of Zurich. His method has come to be referred to as the Rorschach Testiterations of which have psgchodiagnostik to be used over the years to help identify personality, psychotic, and neurological disorders.

Rorschach continued to refine the test until his premature death at age What’s wrong with this picture? Rorschach’s father, an art psychodiagjostik, encouraged him to express himself creatively [7] through painting and drawing conventional pictures. Society for Personality Assessment Fiftieth Anniversary. Retrieved 8 November Centenary of the birth of Hermann Rorschach.


He spent his childhood and youth in Schaffhausenin northern Switzerland. As the time of his high school graduation approached, he could not decide between a career in art and one in science. Retrieved 9 December His education in art helped to spur the development of a set of inkblots that were used experimentally hermznn measure various unconscious parts of the subject’s personality.

Psychological Bulletin, 1 A diagnostic test based on perception P. Wood and Howard N. Wikimedia Commons paychodiagnostik media related to Hermann Rorschach.

A major factor that lead Rorschach to differ from his father and not pursue art was that his father passed away while he was still trying to decide what to study. Standards, accuracy, and questions of bias in Rorschach meta-analyses: Hans Huber; distributors for the U. It has been speculated that the book was known to Rorschach. His life and work”.