Back to Products & Services

2022 Annual Update on Experimental and Neurophysiological Rorschach Research


This session aims at providing an update on recent research conducted using an experimental and/or neurophysiological approach to advance our understanding of the Rorschach response process. First, Juve et al. report on an eye-tracking study aimed at investigating the extent to which selected eye-tracking parameters would associate with R-PAS scores of interpretive variables located in the Stress and Distress domain. Laera et al. then describe a psychophysiological research study aimed at testing the validity of R-PAS to predict one’s physiological reactivity and vulnerability to stress, using cortisol level changes as criterion variable. Next, Ales et al. provide preliminary data from using a new electronic app for remote R-PAS administration to determine whether the remote administration of the Rorschach task in an electronic form yields different information than in-person administration with the cards in hand. O’Donoghue et al. then provide some additional, but independent, empirical data on the possible differences in R-PAS scores one would obtain when administering the Rorschach via the in-person versus remote administration methods. Lastly, Kopitz et al. close the session by presenting results from an eye-tracking study investigating whether R-PAS scores would associate with information acquisition strategies shown by the test-taker while viewing human faces.


Luciano Giromini | University of Turin 


Barry Dauphin | University of Detroit Mercy 


Non-Member Price: $109
Member Price: $49