Personality tests, Rorschach Inkblot Test
A training method for psychological report writing uses reliably abstracted concepts from reports prepared by students and experts for the same data sets. Consensual and unique concepts are compared for student and expert reports and evaluated by assessees. Unique concepts are further subdivided into skills (assessee accepted) and eisegesis (assessee rejected). Karson 16PF Reports from assessors were similarly broken down into consensual and unique concepts. Comparisons were made between 16 PF and Rorschach eisegesis that suggest student personality effects upon reports. A procedure for providing feedback to students is presented.
Dana, R. H., Bolton, B., & West, V. (1983). Validation of eisegesis concepts in assessment reports using the 16PF: A training method with examples. Third International 16PF Conference Proceeding (pp. 20-29).