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Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Dr. Homer B. Reed
The problem in this investigation concerns the Klopfer- Kelley and the Beck methods of interpreting intelligence from the Rorschach Test . Stated generally, the problem is to find which one of these two methods of intelligence interpretation of the Rorschach Test is the more efficient in determining a true intelligence level, or, whether they are equally good. Specifically the problem concerns the determination of the degree of correlation of the results of each of these two methods with the Wechsler-Bellevue Adult Intelligence Scale. This problem is concerned primarily with height or degree of intelligence, excluding the type of intelligence.
Copyright 1950 William K. Bates
Bates, William K., "A Comparison of The Klopfer-Kelly and Beck Methods of Rating Intelligence Level From The Rorschach Test" (1950). Master's Theses. 437.