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The Scientific Status of Projective Techniques
Although projective techniques continue to be widely used in clinical and forensic settings, their scientific status remains highly controversial. In this monograph, we review the current state ofExpand
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How do children tell? The disclosure process in child sexual abuse.
Children's disclosure of sexual abuse has been described as a quasi-developmental process that includes stages of denial, reluctance, disclosure, recantation, and reaffirmation (Sorenson & Snow,Expand
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Understanding and Computing Cohen’s Kappa: A Tutorial.
Cohen's Kappa (Cohen, 1960) is an index of interrater reliability that is commonly used to measure the level of agreement between two sets of dichotomous ratings or scores. This tutorial explains theExpand
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The Comprehensive System for the Rorschach: A Critical Examination
The Comprehensive System (Exner, 1993) is widely accepted as a reliable and valid approach to Rorschach interpretation However, the present article calls attention to significant problems with theExpand
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Toward a resolution of the Rorschach controversy.
Comments are made about the articles comprising the first round of the Special Series on the Rorschach. G. Stricker and J. R. Gold (1999) and D. J. Viglione (1999) praised the Rorschach, but theyExpand
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Microbial resistance to heavy metals.
  • J. Wood, H. Wang
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Environmental science & technology
  • 1 December 1983
Selection de microorganisme ayant developpe une strategie pour combattre les effets de toxiques mineraux dans le but d'une utilisation dans l'epuration des eaux usees. Mecanismes de lutte de cesExpand
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What's Wrong with the Rorschach? Science Confronts the Controversial Inkblot Test
Acknowledgments.1. A Psychological X-Ray: The Power of the Rorschach.2. A Test Is Born: Origins of the Rorschach Inkblot Technique.3. The Rorschach Comes to America.4. Rorschach Rules!5. TheExpand
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The Rorschach test in clinical diagnosis: a critical review, with a backward look at Garfield (1947).
The present article comments on a classic study by Garfield (1947) then reviews research on the Rorschach and psychiatric diagnoses. Despite a few positive findings, the Rorschach has demonstratedExpand
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Co-witness Information Can Have Immediate Effects on Eyewitness Memory Reports
When questioning a reluctant witness, investigators sometimes encourage the witness by providing information about what other witnesses have said. Three experiments were conducted to test theExpand
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Risk predictors for re-abuse or re-neglect in a predominantly Hispanic population.
  • J. Wood
  • Medicine
  • Child abuse & neglect
  • 1 April 1997
OBJECTIVE To determine whether risk indicators of re-abuse/re-neglect, identified in earlier research by the National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD), would be predictive in a predominantlyExpand
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