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Child superior to adult, laughs at adult, is smarter, tricks adult, sneaks, 2. Yoicaz, an exploration of psycho- analytic propositions should be fruit- ful: Child is active aggressor bites.
In order to bellqk more ambiguity, the child’s face is drawn in profile rather than full face, as the dog is depicted in the original. Few pun- ishment themes are reported on either form. Secondarily, animal figures were chosen on the basis of expectations derived from clinical work that young children would identify more readily with ani- mal figures than with human figures and that animal figures would more easily elicit idiographic material.
We are indebted for this final version of the drawings, among other things, artistically-greatly improved, to Phyllis Hur- vich, who applied herself to the task with great devotion, understanding, and skill. In this regard, one can question the representativeness of the clinicians preference for human over animal figures in the Mainord and Marcuse work, but replication studies are needed to clarify the issue.
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A degree of internal consistency and construct validity is suggested by a consideration of funcionex nine high-scor- ing Ss in the group.
The hairstyle and facial expression can be described as not necessarily of one sex or the other. While this is a legitimate and important problem, it became the major concern in CAT research, probably to the detriment of other important issues, such as longi- tudinal studies of children and signifi- cant pathognomonic differences.
Three different artists tried their skill in portraying the nature of the regular CAT in human form, follow- ing the instruction of Leo old Bellak pictures in the CAT presented vary- ing degrees of difficulty in that respect. Bellak Rough Ready Polka Documents.
Boyd and Mandlernoting contradictory findings in the previous- ly published literature, attempted a more extensive evaluation than previ- ous workers. T h e subjects were 40 kindergarten children, ages five and one-half to seven, with a mean age of six years, two months. Only a very few instances on either card of the child running over the adults heel with his bike.
Correlations between T A T and animal pictures for 26 of Murrays manifest needs ranged from.
In addressing themselves to the animal – human stimulus issue, belllak workers seemed to assume erroneously that the animal characters were what the CAT was meant to stand on or fall. Com- parison between groups was made on length of protocol, number of nouns, verbs, ego words, transcendence scores and reaction time.
The adult is most often seen as the mother on both forms, with only a few responses of shadow or figure other than father who is seen? Her findings are similar to those of Ha- worth in many respects. With five T A T and five CAT cards presented in a group set- ting, all of the response measures amount and kinds of feelings, themes, conflicts, and definite out- comes were significantly higher for the stories to the TAT. If a child should yoicass animal stories not appropriate, albeit defensively, the human version is of course bellsk dicated.
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For this sample of Ss, then, there is a difference be- tween the two sets of stimuli with regard to eliciting bellka defense mechan isms. Subjects were four girls and four boys from third grade, and stories to both T A T and animal pictures were compared with non-directive play therapy inter- views.
Theory and research in pro- jective techniques: Children are seen as play- ing, sleeping most often or being naughty equally on both cards; par- ents are mentioned equally on both forms. Bender and Rapaport 1 had found animal drawings of bwllak to 13 year old disturbed children helpful in identifying central person- ality conflict areas.
Themes of loneliness oc- cured more often on the human form. Adult attacks or scolds child However, five clinicians asked to rate the stories for their clinical usefulness amount of personal structure and dynamics re- vealed about the child favored the human set to a statistically significant degree p.
Character runs away due to anger A study of the validity of the T A T and a set of animal pictures.
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Parent dead, goes away, or doesnt want child 5. After all stories have been scored, record the total number of checks for each category in the blank provided.
It appears that some chil- dren respond better to animal stimuli, and some to human figures, depending on particular characteristics of the child. There is no difference be- tween cards in terms of the child run- ning away, fearing attack or an attack taking place; none of fjnciones themes were used frequently. Re- sponse mewn-es were productivity number of words spokenstory level presence of object naming.
Punishing parents are seen about equally as being of the same or the opposite sex, but with a trend for more same-sex parents on the animal form and more opposite- sex parents on the human form.