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Using Projective Methods with Children : the Selected Works of Steve Tuber

Author: Steve Tuber
Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"Using Projective Methods with Children is an enhanced synthesis of Steve Tubers previously published research on the study of projective methods to assess the representations of self and others, as well as the actual interpersonal experiences children internalize in the form of these representations. Integrating conceptual and empirical work, with an emphasis on the Rorschach Inkblot Method (RIM), the book offers  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Collected Work
Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Steve Tuber
ISBN: 9781351216784 1351216783 9781351216777 1351216775
OCLC Number: 1019666838
Description: 1 online resource : text file, PDF
Contents: Prelude : a story --
Measures employed to assess object representations : the MOA scale --
Using the MOA Scale with a non-clinical population --
Using the MOA scale with a slightly order population --
The object representation scale for dreams (Krohn) --
The animal preference test --
The object relations of children with ADHD --
Assessing narcissistic pathology in children using the RIM --
Assessing the object relational world of preschoolers with imaginary companions --
Assessing the object relations of boys with separation anxiety disorder --
Using the MOA scale with a child inpatient population --
Rorschach assessments of homeless children --
Another study of homeless children --
Rorschach assessments of children about to undergo surgery --
Children's MOA responses under extreme political oppression --
Using the children's apperception task as an idiographic indicator of treatment themes over time --
Using the Rorschach as a predictor of change --
Two case studies of children with ADHD --
Briefer vignettes linking MOA scale scores to child treatment --
Ongoing research linking the Rorschach task with clinical work with children.
Responsibility: Steve Tuber.

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"Using Projective Methods with Children is an enhanced synthesis of Steve Tubers previously published research on the study of projective methods to assess the representations of self and others, as well as the actual interpersonal experiences children internalize in the form of these representations. Integrating conceptual and empirical work, with an emphasis on the Rorschach Inkblot Method (RIM), the book offers unique, evidence-based information on the importance of assessing particular aspects of a childs inner self. The studies cover a broad range of topics such as dreams, anxiety disorders, political oppression, homelessness, and multiculturalism, and each is supplemented with an analytical introduction. A section that discusses future areas of research is also included."--Provided by publisher.

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