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Date of Award
Master of Arts (M.A.)
W. Edgar Gregory
First Committee Member
Second Committee Member
W. J. D[?]
It is possible to determine the degree of intelligence of an individual by use of the M (human movement) response of the Group Rorschach Blank arranged by M. R. Harrower.
Is there a significant difference between the correlation of summed human movement Rorschach scores and intelligence test scores earned in a sixth grade elementary school population.
The writer is attempting to determine further whether or not it is possible to predict the intelligence of an individual by use of the M (human movement) response of the Group Rorschach Blank.
Cucciare, Samuel. (1969). The human movement factor of the Rorschach test as a predictor of intelligence. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1697