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The Comprehensive System (CS; Exner, 1974, 1978) for scoring Rorschach responses is the most widely taught and most widely accepted system in use today. The complexity and labor- intensive nature of the CS makes the issue of scoring accuracy a central concern. Twenty-one graduate psychology students and 12 professionals scored 20 Rorschach responses drawn(More)
In order to evaluate the effectiveness of potential damage indicators, an experimental study of a three-story spatial frame structure model was conducted in the Multi-Function Dynamics Laboratory at the University of Mississippi. The steel and aluminum test structure measured approximately 4" square at the base and 24" in height. Referencing an as-built(More)
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