Measuring the effect of the Rorschach color cards (VIII-X) on perceptual accuracy and special scores in differentiating borderline from schizophrenic protocols.

@article{Peters1996MeasuringTE,
  title={Measuring the effect of the Rorschach color cards (VIII-X) on perceptual accuracy and special scores in differentiating borderline from schizophrenic protocols.},
  author={Joyce E. Peters and V J Nunno},
  journal={Journal of clinical psychology},
  year={1996},
  volume={52 5},
  pages={
          581-8
        }
}
In this study, measures were developed that compared conventional Form accuracy and the ratio of Special Scores on Cards VIII-X (Color Cards) with overall Rorschach scores. Two new measures, a Color Card Perception Difference (CCPD) score and a Special Score Difference (SSD) score were used for this purpose. CCPD and SSD scores were calculated by subtracting component X + % scores and weighted Special Score ratios found on the overall Rorschach from those unique to Cards VIII-X. CCPD scores… 

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