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Esults have been biased or skewed which limits the validity of the interpretive findings This study hypothesizes gay men would appear pathological due to the discriminatory nature of some variables that do not account for life experiences associated with gay identity development This study used archival data comprised of 75 gay men of which 59% reported negative coming out experiences The results of the study indicated many of the men did generate Rorschach respons

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Assessing the need for adjustments in scoring and interpretation of the Rorschach Inkblot Test with gay men The current study explored the limitations of research involving gay men and the Rorschach Inkblot Test Homosexuality as a word and in context is negatively viewed by gay men This study examined the historical context of homosexuality and the late Evelyn Hooker's contribution that ultimately led to its demise from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM Because there are no special scoring considerations for gay men it was presumed Rorschach r

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Free Assessing the need for adjustments in scoring and interpretation of the Rorschach Inkblot Test with gay men kindle Ó eBook 9780549586456 Î [BOOKS] ⚣ Assessing the need for adjustments in scoring and interpretation of the RorschaEs that would typically be considered pathological; for example an overwhelming 71% of the sample generated Rorschach records characterized by A H with nearly half of the group giving five or animal responses in a single record Current scoring standards are based on heterosexual norms and have been adjusted over the past few decades never specifically incorporating GLBT identified clients in the mix of non patients Using current standards seems to pathologize gay m