ACADEMIC LEARNING PROBLEMS AND RORSCHACH INDICES: A RE-REPLICATION

  • Carlos Rodríguez Sutil
  • Pilar Ortiz
  • Ralph Scott
Keywords: learning difficulties, Rorschach, perceptual accuracy, self-concept, reactivity

Abstract

This study compared the Rorschach responses of male children who were and who were not experiencing learning problems. Whith controls exacted on social class, chronological age, and IQ, the responses of 19 pairs of subjects were examined; group differences in perceptual accuracy, selfconcept, and reactivity were assessed. Despite some differences being small, responses of children with learning problems were characterized by lower perceptual accuracy and lower self-concept. On the other hand, they obtained a D score significatively lower.

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Author Biographies

Carlos Rodríguez Sutil
Centro Integrado de Salud del Distrito de Retiro (Ayuntamiento de Madrid) Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Pilar Ortiz
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Ralph Scott
Department of Educacional Psychology and Foundations University of Northern Iowa
How to Cite
Rodríguez Sutil, C., Ortiz, P., & Scott, R. (1). ACADEMIC LEARNING PROBLEMS AND RORSCHACH INDICES: A RE-REPLICATION. Anales De Psicología / Annals of Psychology, 11(1), 29-34. Retrieved from https://revistas.um.es/analesps/article/view/29801
Section
Psicología de la educación

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