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A Variety of Thematic Methods

  • Charles Neuringer
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Since the introduction of the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) in the middle 1930’s (Morgan & Murray, 1935), the test has become very popular with the psychological community. It was not the first thematic apperception technique to be developed; Brittain (1907), Libby (1908) and Schwartz (1932) had all previously utilized pictures that served as stimuli for story productions. Van Lennep (1951) reported that his thematic-type test (The Four Picture Test) had been published in Holland in the early 1930’s. However, the TAT seemed to capture the imagination of projective and personality-minded psychologists to such a degree that “offshoots” began to sprout almost immediately.

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