You have completed the Harrower-Erickson Multiple Choice Rorschach Test.
Your score is 3 of 10, meaning you selected 3 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, with the note:
Well, I'm almost crazy.
Originally Posted by Jenif
I scored a 3, which places me as healthy.
Uh... 4 and higher is "psychologically disturbed" 80% of the time.
At the least we know you're an optimist.
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Your score is 1 of 10, meaning you selected 1 answers that are commonly given by individuals with some psychological disturbance. [...]
Considering the vast majority of the answers were things not listed, this is not surprising.
How could they not have "Two women doing the hokey-pokey," "a being of light, fire, and smoke come to reveal great things about my future", or "a group of 6 crab people and two shrimp people doing a rain dance"?
For that matter, it seems pretty unlikely that people would be seeing things on the list considering they can draw from their vast imagination. Sometimes I did really just see a bat or a butterfly, and that was there, but that didn't happen often.
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