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Psychological-analytical test for demonstrating special life situations and for communicating the ethical attitude and the social disposition of the test person, usually a child.


Test zur Gesinnungsprüfung.
In Erich Stern (1889-1959): Die Tests in der klinischen Psychologie. Volume 1, 1954.

Die Tests in der klinischen Psychologie.
Erich Stern (publisher), Franziska Baumgarten-Tramer, J. Carrie, Simone Cotte, Hardi Fischer, Charlotte Bühler, Walter Furrer, et al.
Zürich : Rascher. 2 volumes, 1954 and 1955
In the series: Handbuch der klinischen Psychologie.

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