The projective approach is where the individual's responses to vague or ambiguous stimuli or tasks will tend to reflect his/her basic personality. A general impression is obtained of an individual's personality by focusing on the outstanding or significant features in a pattern of responses and identifying consistencies across a series of responses.
The main advantage in the usage of these are that Projective techniques tend to be less obvious in their intent, and thus clients tend to be less obvious in their intent. Thus clients tend to be less aware of the type of interpretation that will be made of their responses.
The Rorschach Inkblot Test.
Sentence Completion Test.
Thematic Apperception Test [TAT]
Word Association Test.
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