Contemporary Rorschach Interpretation

By J. Reid Meloy; Marvin W. Acklin et al. | Go to book overview

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

We thank Linda Helinski, PhD, for her clinical contribution to this chapter, Phil Erdberg, PhD, for his scoring help, and Jeffrey Hammond, PhD, for his insightful comments.

This chapter was originally part of a symposium entitled, "Psychotic Personality Organization: Through the Looking Glass," presented at the Society for Personality Assessment, Midwinter Meeting, New Orleans, March 9, 1991.

The views expressed are ours and do not necessarily reflect those of the Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine or Atascadero State Hospital.


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Gacono, C. ( 1992). A Rorschach case study of sexual homicide. Manuscript submitted for publication.

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Gacono, C., & Meloy, R. ( 1992). "The Rorschach and DSM-III-R antisocial personality: A tribute to Robert Lindner." Journal of Clinical Psychology, 48, 393-406.

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