Rorschach Aggressive Content (AgC) variable: a study of criterion validity.

@article{Baity2002RorschachAC,
  title={Rorschach Aggressive Content (AgC) variable: a study of criterion validity.},
  author={Matthew R. Baity and Mark J. Hilsenroth},
  journal={Journal of personality assessment},
  year={2002},
  volume={78 2},
  pages={
          275-87
        }
}
This study adds to the existing literature on the clinical utility of the Aggressive Content (AgC) variable proposed by Gacono and Meloy (1994). Criterion validity is evaluated by examining the relation between AgC and behavior. Rorschach and clinical chart material taken from psychological assessments were examined for 94 patients in Exner's (1993) psychiatric reference groups. An Aggression Chart Rating Scale (ACRS) was created to score the level of aggressiveness of each patient's diagnostic… CONTINUE READING
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