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Tangential thinking, loose associations Dirty, messing, smelly; person or object falls in toilet 6.

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Gives alternatives; balanced phrases asleep-awake; hot-cold, etc. Undoing and Ambivalence only one check per story With five T A T and five CAT cards presented in a group set- ting, all of the response measures amount and kinds of feelings, themes, conflicts, and definite out- comes were significantly higher for the stories to the TAT.

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Subjects were four girls and four boys from third grade, and stories to both T A T and animal pictures yoidas compared with non-directive play therapy inter- views. Others have secrets or make fun of somebody 6. Simson also compared the CAT with human figures. The main variables were a type of stimulus story animal or human char- actersb content of stimulus story central figure engages in socially a p proved or socially disapproved be- haviorand c type of stimulus pic- ture animal or human figures.

Among other suggestions, Budoff conjectures that where responses to human figures are particularly threatening, animal fig- ures might elicit more productive stories due to the increase of psycho- loEical distance as Blum and Hunt [I have suggested in another context. The child figure teases the adult only on the animal form. Child fears, or is scolded or punished by, opposite-sex parent 3. A Graeco-Latin square design was used, such that each sub- ject received four stimulus cards, in- cluding one each of the four sets cor- responding to CAT cards 3, 4, 9, and loand each one being from a different experimental version AN, AC, HN, HC.


Critical score levels for each dimension were derived from previ- ous work Haworth, A Japanese adaptation of the CAT. The obtained tally was 62 critical scores for the animal form, and 55 for the human form, out of a possible total of 22 Ss x 10 categories per subject on each form, with a mean bllak 2.

Story tone opposed to picture content B. Male figures were seen only on the animal form and were mentioned in 10 of the 22 stories. Comments on story or picture “That funcioones hard”; “I told a good one.

The authors concluded that animal pictures appear to be as valid and useful as the T A T and easier for children in formulating stories than the TAT. Open window 59 ; Dig, or fall in, a hole 5.

And in the con- struction of the Blacky pictures, Blum and Hunt state that animal figures were chosen over humans to add a measure of ambiguity to the funcionees structured situations being de- picted, with the intent of facilitating personal ex ression and decreasing re- An early comparison of T Yicas T cards with animal pictures was reported by Billsfor 48 male and female school children ages five through ten.

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CAT-H with a clinic sample. Characters blame others 5. He found the human pictures to be associated with shorter reaction time, longer stories, faster verbalization and more story themes, With the intention of providing a more crucial test of the hypothesis that young children more readily identify with animals, Budoff Downloaded by [ECU Libraries] at These authors, interested in the ques- tion of what kinds of pictures elicit the greatest amount of projection, created four sets of four CAT cards 3,4,9, and Indecision by S or story character Projection is also the highest category where Ss received a critical score on one form but not on the other, again in favor of the animal form seven instances to one.


Similarly, an exploration of psycho- analytic propositions should be fruit- ful: Ghosts, witches, haunted house Slang or nonsense words 4.

We are indebted for this final version of the drawings, among other things, artistically-greatly improved, to Phyllis Hur- vich, who applied herself to the task with great devotion, understanding, and skill.

T R e different ductive with the animal figures, the authors funcines reason, could be due to their finding it easier to reveal them- selves under the pretense that they are telling about animals instead of humans. Children are seen as play- ing, sleeping most often or being naughty equally on both cards; par- ents are mentioned equally on both forms.

An attempt was made to keep all aspects funcionnes the four stimulus sets con- made. Responses of school children to human and animal pictures.

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In sociological and trans- cultural studies, differences in atti- tudes and relationships can be ex- pected to reveal themselves in statu nnscendi.

Accepts fate, didn’t want it anyway Only a very few instances on either card of the child running over the adults heel with his bike.

TO preserve some of the possible stimulus value of the outdoor situation in primitivity, in romance, in fear of animals and of the wildthe tentlike nature of the structure was empha- sized by introducing the new feature of trees. The validity of the Blacky pictures.