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Course Descriptions

School Psychology Department

Course Descriptions

SCH PM600—
PROJECTIVE METHODS I: RORSCHACH SCORING WITH THE COMPREHENSIVE SYSTEM

(2 credits)

The focus of this course is on personality assessment, specifically the Rorschach and its application in clinical practice and research. The course will begin with an overview of the rich legacy and history of the Rorschach technique and projective methods. The main emphasis of the course will be learning the Exner Comprehensive System for administration and scoring. The basics of interpretation using the Structural Summary will also be presented. Students will be exposed to the most recent developments in Rorschach psychology, including the latest variables, which have been added to the Comprehensive System. The course will focus on the use of the Rorschach for children, adolescents, and adults.

Prerequisite: CLI PY521 or CLI PY522.

Updated 4/21/14

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