TAT results in a longitudinal study of bereaved college students.

@article{Balk1998TATRI,
  title={TAT results in a longitudinal study of bereaved college students.},
  author={David E Balk and Susan Lampe and Bruce Sharpe and Steven Schwinn and Kyle D. Holen and Lucy B M Cook and R. E. DuBois},
  journal={Death studies},
  year={1998},
  volume={22 1},
  pages={3-21}
}
The authors analyzed projective data obtained from 141 college students who wrote stories on three separate occasions to selected cards from the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT). The students included 46 members of support groups for bereaved college students, 34 members of a bereavement control group, and 61 nonbereaved students. The study used a repeated-measures pretest-posttest control group design to gather longitudinal data about the trajectory of bereavement with and without support… CONTINUE READING