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    Quote Originally Posted by AffirmitiveAnxiety View Post
    Ok...hmmm this looks ill for me lol.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    I got 7 out of 10, which I think is a bit strange, I dont know a lot about Roschach tests to be honest.
    Did you guys keep seeing anatomy, too? That must have been what did it for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AntiheroComplex View Post
    Did you guys keep seeing anatomy, too? That must have been what did it for me.
    I believe so. Perhaps the association is anatomy with some kind of urge to....deconstruct it?
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    1/10. what a lame test. it either gives you bad news or nothing :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by AntiheroComplex View Post
    Did you guys keep seeing anatomy, too? That must have been what did it for me.
    I mainly listed colours and sometimes if I read something which appeared creative, such as two people talking or something like that I would have choosen that.

    I wasnt choosing the ones which I thought sounded disturbed, like its blood or stuff like that, I think what does it is the very final question when they ask how closely those responses reflect your actual thoughts. From what I know of the test itself you're meant to be totally free associating and not thinking, those responses are probably correlates from particular sorts of people free associating rapidly, perhaps people who are presently experiencing dillusions or projecting their thoughts and feelings a lot.

    I just liked some of the creative allusions and I think that screwed up the test.

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    I scored 5.

    I'm more screwed up than I thought.
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    I only saw one anatomy-related thing. The first picture looked a lot like a sacrum to me.

    Your score is 5 of 10, meaning you selected 5 answers that are commonly given by individuals with some psychological disturbance. Harrower-Erickson (1945) used four or more poor answers as the criteria for a cognitively disturbed individual...
    Meh. It's a silly test.

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    I don't get it...all these ink blots are the same dead bodies to me...







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    Meh I hate that they fed me multiple choice bullshit answers.

    I scored 1 of 10. A couple times one of the answers they allowed was a response I would have applied to one of the prior ones lol.

    I like the Rorschach though because I tend to give lively answers, like "It's a pair of chimeras!"
    "It's a dragon!"
    "It's a sea people castle on a coral reef!"
    "It's a butterfly trying to stop two bears from fighting!"
    You get the idea.

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    Don't get how this can show a psychological disturbance, but it was fun to take for the first time.
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