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Hermann Rorschach - bibliography

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Biography

Swiss psychiatrist, born November 8, 1884, Zurich; died April 2, 1922, Herisau.

Bibliography

    Works by Hermann Rorschach:
  • Über Reflexhalluzinationen und verwandte Erscheinungen.
    Doctoral dissertation, Berlin, 1912.
  • Sur les hallucinations-réflexes et les phénomènes associés.
  • Psychodiagnostik : Methodik und Ergebnisse eines wahrnehmungsdiagnostischen Experiments ; (Deutenlassen von Zufallsformen).
    In the series Arbeiten zur angewandten Psychiatrie, volume 2. Bern, Bircher, 1921.
  • Psychodiagnostik. Berlin and Leipzig, 1921.
    2nd edition:
  • Psychodiagnostik : Methodik und Ergebnisse eines wahrnehmungsdiagnostischen Experiments (Deutenlassen von Zufallsformen) / Mit den zugehörigen Tests bestehend aus zehn Teils mehrfarbigen Tafeln.
    Bern ; Berlin : H. Huber, 1932 Edition 2. Aufl. Herausgegeben von Dr. W. Morgenthaler.
    3rd edition, revised and enlarged, 1942.
    4th edition, with a new bibliography. 1949.
    5th edition, with a new bibliography, 1951.
    6th edition, 1964.
    7th edition, 1969.
    8th edition. 1975.
    9th edition. 1981.
    10th edition, 1998.
  • Psychodiagnostics; a diagnostic test based on perception. Including Rorschach's paper, The application of the form interpretation test (pub. posthumously by Emil Oberholzer) Translation and English ed. by Paul Lemkau and Bernard Kronenberg.
    Berne, Switzerland, H. Huber; New York, N. Y. Grune & Stratton inc., [c1942]
  • H. Rorschach & E. Oberholzer:
    The application of the interpretation of form to psychoanalysis.
    Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 1923, 60225–248, 359–379.
  • Gesammelte Aufsatze.
    Zusammengestellt u. hrsg. von K. W. Bash Bern : H. Huber, 1965. References
  • Samuel Jacob Beck (1896-):
    The Rorschach test as applied to a feeble-minded group.
    New York, 1932. With bibliography.
    Series: Archives of psychology, volume 21, no. 136.
    Issued also as Ph.D. thesis, Columbia university
  • Henri Frédéric Ellenberger (1905-):
    Hermann Rorschach, M.D., 1884-1922. A biographical study.
    Topeka, Kansas, Menninger Foundation. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, v. 18, no. 5, Sept. 1954. With bibliography. The Discovery of the Unconscious. Basic Books 1970. Beyond the unconscious : essays of Henri F. Ellenberger in the history of psychiatry / introduced and edited by Mark S. Micale ; translations from the French by Françoise Dubor and Mark S. Micale.
    Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1993
  • E. Bohm, et al:
    A Textbook in Rorschach Test Diagnosis.
    Grune & Stratton, New York & London,1958. Der Rorschach-Test.Bern, Huber.1974. Lehrbuch der Rorschach-Psychodiagnostik.
    4th ed. Huber, Bern 1972. Later editions are unchanged. Blindauswertung eines Rorschach-Protokolls : wie steht es um die Validität des Rorschach'schen Formdeutversuchs? : Vergleich mit der Originaluntersuchung und dem Psychogramm von Hermann Rorschach.
    Bern : H. Huber, 1975. In the Rorschachiana series; 12. Beiheft zur Schweizerischen Zeitschrift für Psychologie und ihre Anwendungen ; Nr. 59.
  • P. Pichot:
    Centenary of the birth of Hermann Rorschach.
    (S. Rosenzweig & E. Schriber, Trans.).
    Journal of Personality Assessment, 1984, 48, 591–596.
  • M. W. Acklin:
    Avoiding Rorschach dichotomies: Integrating Rorschach interpretation.
    Journal of Personality Assessment, 1995, 64, 235–238.
  • B. Ritzler:
    Putting your eggs in the content analysis basket: A response to Aronow, Reznikoff and Moreland.
    Journal of Personality Assessment, 1995, 64, 229–234.
  • E Aronow, M. Reznikoff & K. L. Moreland:
    The Rorschach: Projective technique or psychometric test?
    Journal of Personality Assessment, 1995, 64, 213–228.
  • M. W. Acklin & J. Oliveira-Berry:
    Return to the source: Rorschach’s Psychodiagnostics..
    Journal of Personality Assessment, 1996, 67, 427–433.
  • J. H. Kleiger:
    Rorschach shading responses: From a printer’s error to an integrated psychoanalytic paradigm.
    Journal of Personality Assessment, 1997, 69, 342–364.

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