Contemporary Rorschach Interpretation

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ing of the Society for Personality Assessment in New Orleans on March 9, 1991.

I thank Dr. Gus Crivolio who first guided the understanding of this case, the other members of this symposium for their mutual stimulation, and the Department of Veterans Affairs for supporting this research.


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