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Rorschachin musteläiskätesti / musteläikkätesti on puhekielinen nimi kliinisen psykologian projektiiviselle tutkimusmenetelmälle
In English: The Rorschach inkblot test
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Tamminen S & Lindeman M (2000) Wartegg &endash; a valid personality test or magical thinking? Psykologia 35(4):325-331. Vammala ISSN 0355-1067
The Wartegg Zeichen Test is a projective drawing test, widely used in personnel selection and in clinical work in Finland. Despite its popularity, the validity of the test has not been adequately examined. The article reports two studies in which the validity of Gardziella’s scoring system for interpreting Wartegg drawings was analyzed. The results of the first study (N=107) showed that the drawing contents were not related to the criterion measures of anxiety, need for affiliation, need for achievement or attachment styles, as suggested by the Wartegg handbook. In the second study, lay persons (N=34) who were not familiar with the test interpreted the drawings correctly based on their everyday (i.e., experiential) thinking only. These results suggest that the scoring system may not be valid but rather obeys the magical law of similarity (i.e., the assumption about the similarity of the drawing content and an individual’s personality).
Wartegg, magical thinking, experiential thinking, validity.
Susanna Tamminena, graduate & Marjaana Lindeman, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, P.O. Box 13, FIN-00014 University of Helsinki, Finland.
Tässä Roivainen E (2006)
Ehrig Wartegg and the early history of Wartegg’s drawing test
Psykologia 41: 260&endash;268. Vammala ISSN 0355-1067.
The Wartegg drawing test was developed in the 1930s at the University of Leipzig by the Austro-German psychologist Ehrig Wartegg (1897&endash;1983). Wartegg lived an intense life and was introduced in the 1920s to psychoanalysis, gestalt psychology, mystical philosophies and modern art &endash; the roots of Wartegg’s test. Wartegg was a member of the NSDAP in the 1930’s and remained in the GDR after the war. However, Wartegg’s test is based on theories and philosophy that were opposed by both nazis and communists, but were valued by Wartegg himself.
Key Words: Wartegg, drawing test, history. Eka Roivainen, Lic.Ps, psychologist, Oulu Deaconess Institute, ODL-Kuntotalo, Isokatu 63, FIN-90120 Oulu, Finland.
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