National Geographic looks at the Rorschach1 min read

The Rorschach Test Is More Accurate Than You Think

100 years after the inkblots were created, studies show they reveal something about us.

IN A SMALL town in Switzerland in 1917, psychiatrist Hermann Rorschach began carefully splattering paint on cards to study how the mind works. Asking people what they saw, he observed a correlation in responses from patients with schizophrenia and theorized that mental health could be assessed by how someone processes visual information.

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