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PSY-710D1 Projective Personality Assessment: Introduction to the Rorschach Coding

2 semester credits
This course is designed to be the first of two courses on the Rorschach. Students participate in an online course in which they are introduced to the projective method and the most common instruments used: TAT and Rorschach. Students attend weekly online meetings where they are introduced to the elements of coding and practice and post coding questions.
Pre-requisites: PSY-710B  , PSY-710C  (PSY-710C  may be taken concurrently)
Delivery Method: Distance/Electronically Mediated
Grading Default: Letter
Learning Objective: 1. Understand the foundations of Projective Assessment, its history, and various instruments available in projective assessment.
2. Demonstrate knowledge of the history of the Rorschach, the significance of the comprehensive system, and theoretical foundations and rationale for the Performance Assessment System.
3. Know and be able to code responses using the R-PAS system of coding and be able to solve typical coding problems.



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