Personality Quiz

Brooke Schifano

 

 

Who are you? A wide range of content usually goes with good intelligence... a concentration of scores with animal content and few other categories goes with mediocre or defective intelligence. A concentration of scores in such areas as nature, anatomy, or art objects may indicate special interests or special defensive attitudes. It is expected that most people will see at least three of the ten popular responses. The occurence of large number of popular responses indicates a strong need of the individual to think as others do. The occurence of a small number of popular responses indicates an inability to see the world as others do. Good original responses mean superiority and originality. Scores generally reveal the breadth of a subject's interests, and sometimes their nature. The continued inability to see the popular responses is considered an indication of serious weakening of ties with reality. One object of Rorschach interpretation is to discover the role that different areas of stimulation play in the life of a subject-- their strength, and their importance in this general life situation. The average time per response is an indication of an individual's speed of perception; the faster the mental reactions, the more alert the individual tends to be. If the subject's perception has been influenced largely by his own imagination, his own needs and drives, responses pile up on the left-hand side of the graph. If the perception of the subject is largely rational, impersonal, unemotional, the responses tend to concentrate in the center. Miscellaneous content: Masks may indicate emphasis on role playing to avoid personal exposure. Abstractions reflect feeling tone quite directly. These responses usually reflect superior intelligence. Spiders may reveal attitudes toward the mother figure. Maps may indicate guardedness or evasiveness. Food may indicate dependency needs--the desire to be nurtured. Blood responses indicate strong uncontrolled affective reactions. The integration of data determined by these procedures into a personality picture is presented in