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Recent Developments in the Rorschach Inkblot Method

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Category Rorschach Inkblot Method;Performance Assessment System

Deadline: August 29, 2018 | Date: August 30, 2018

Venue/Country: Online, U.S.A

Updated: 2018-07-12 18:10:37 (GMT+9)

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Training Options Duration: 60 Minutes

Thursday, August 30, 2018 | 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT

Overview: This webinar provides an overview of recent developments in the Rorschach

Inkblot method, specifically in terms of (a) its current research base, (b) comparison between

the Comprehensive System and the Rorschach Performance Assessment System (R-PAS), and (c)

considerations in selecting appropriate normative data.

The webinar will provide a brief review of several aspects of contemporary Rorschach research,

including interrater and test-retest reliability, as well as validity.

In addition, you may be unsure about the specific differences between Exner's Comprehensive

System (CS) and R-PAS. This webinar will detail several key differences between these two

Rorschach systems and the implications of these differences.

Selection of appropriate normative data is crucial for interpreting Rorschach results. Without

normative data, clinicians and researchers are unable to determine whether the results of a

particular Rorschach variable are considered to be within normal limits, higher than expected,

or lower than expected. There are several norms available for Exner's Comprehensive System, as

well as norms for R-PAS.

A number of considerations will be reviewed in deciding which norms to use and how to use them

once a particular set of norms have been selected. Even if one selects one of the available

norms for Exner's comprehensive system, a number of options are available in selecting

appropriate cutoff scores. In addition, two sets of normative data have recently been presented

by Choca and colleagues, making the selection of norms a thorny issue for practitioners and

researchers. This webinar will provide an overview of the relevant issues to consider in

selecting normative data for interpretive purposes.

Why should you Attend: Do you have questions about the research foundation for the Rorschach?

Specifically, you may be wondering whether the Rorschach's reliability, validity, and normative

meet rigorous standards for psychological testing.

Are you interested in learning about the primary Rorschach systems used in contemporary

clinical work? There are two primary systems currently in use: (a) Exner's Comprehensive System

(CS) , and (b) the Rorschach Performance Assessment System (R-PAS). In addition, Choca and

colleagues have recently presented a "Basic Rorschach" system.

Are you confused about which normative data you should use in interpreting Rorschach protocols

of your patients? There are several options, including the ones that are used in Exner's (2000;

2003) interpretive guidelines, the "International Norms," and R-PAS norms. In addition, Choca

and colleagues have recently provided alternative sets of norms, one of which is based on non-

patient data and the other which is based on a psychiatric sample.

This webinar provides an overview that addresses these questions.

Areas Covered in the Session:

Reliability and validity of the Rorschach

Options in selecting normative data for interpretation of the Rorschach

Similarities and differences of the Comprehensive System and the Rorschach Performance

Assessment System (R-PAS)

Who Will Benefit:

Social Work



Speaker Profile

Marc J. Diener, PhD is an Associate Professor in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at

Long Island University—Post, and he maintains an independent clinical practice. He earned his

doctorate in clinical psychology from Adelphi University, and he trained at both Bellevue

Hospital and St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital Center. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship at

The Addiction Institute of New York/St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center. Prior to joining the

faculty at Long Island University—Post, he was a faculty member at the American School of

Professional Psychology, Washington, DC. He has published widely, including peer-reviewed

journal articles, book chapters, and other publications. He serves as a consulting editor for

several journals, and his professional presentations include peer-reviewed and invited talks.

He is a Fellow in the Division of Independent Practice of the American Psychological

Association. In his clinical practice, he provides psychological testing, individual

psychotherapy, and supervision/consultation.

Price - $139

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