Rorschach Inkblot Test, Personality tests, Children
The development of the ink-blot as a psychological tool has taken a thousand years. The Rorschach, a formal clinical representative of this heritage, is a product of this "testing age" and has been extensively used with children. This has necessitated certain modifications of procedure and analysis which have been achieved by more or less intuitive, non-systematic methods. The most pertinent questions concerning the Rorschach test with adults also apply to children. These questions include the merry-go-round of scoring possibilities: "Clinical", intuitive; objective and in terms of formal categories; psychometric, utilizing a vast number of rating scales.
Dana, Richard H., "The Rorschach Test with Children from Two to Six Years Old" (1950). Regional Research Institute for Human Services Publications. 38.