Rorschach tests and Rorschach vigilantes

@article{Hubbard2017RorschachTA,
  title={Rorschach tests and Rorschach vigilantes},
  author={Katherine Hubbard and P. Hegarty},
  journal={History of the Human Sciences},
  year={2017},
  volume={30},
  pages={75 - 99}
}
One of the clearest signs that Psychology has impacted popular culture is the public’s familiarity with the Rorschach ink-blot test. An excellent example of the Rorschach in popular culture can be found in Watchmen, the comic/graphic novel written by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons (1987). In the mid-20th century Psychology had an especially contentious relationship with comics; some psychologists were very anxious about the impact comics had on young people, whereas others wrote comics to subvert… Expand

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