Clinical Application of Projective Drawings
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Edited by Emanuel F. Hammer, New York University, New York, New York. (With 14 Contributors) On its way to becoming the classic in the field of projective drawings, this book provides a grounding in fundamentals and goes on to consider differential diagnosis, appraisal of psychodynamics, conflict and defense, psychological resources as treatment potentials and projective drawing usage in therapy. In addition to Buck's H-T-P Techniques and Machover's Draw-A-Person Test, it also includes the Draw-A-Family Procedure, Harrower's Unpleasant Concept Test, Kinget's Drawing Completion Test, The Draw-A-Person-In-The-Rain Test which elicits clues to the self-concept under conditions of environmental stress, the Draw-An-Animal Concept used to disclose the biological side of the biosocial coin, the Eight Card Redrawing Test which delves into the deepest layers of the subject's psychosexual identification, and free doodles.