The man behind the “Inkblot Test” was Hermann Rorschach, a Swiss…

The man behind the “Inkblot Test” was Hermann Rorschach, a Swiss psychoanalyst of the the Freudian school.  Partly inspired by his artist father, the inkblots were intended to unleash the unconscious part of the brain, which could give both patient and analyst a deeper insight into the subconscious of the subject.  Rorschach’s career was cut short by his death in 1922 (at age 37) from
Peritonitis.

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