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Rorschach Ink Blot

One of the ink blots from the Rorschach Ink Blot Test used by clinical psychologists to assess personality and psychopathology.  The developer of the test, Hermann Rorschach, experimented with inkblots for 4 years, and died at age 37, shortly after the test was published.  As a boy, Rorschach’s preoccupation with inkblots earned him the nickname "Kleck" (German for "inkblot") from his classmates.



    Psychology Resources

    Use this resource guide to find books, journal articles, and authoritative websites related to BRCC's psychology courses--Psychology of Adjustment PSYC200), Introduction to Psychology (PSYC201), Psychology of Development (PSYC202), Educational Psychology (PSYC203), Psychology of Child Development (PSYC204, Social Psychology (PSYC205), Descriptive Statistics in Psychology (PSYC206), and Human Sexuality (PSYC207).  Click on the yellow tabs above to explore the library's psychology resources.

    Under the "books" tab, you will find "print books" and "electronic books."  Under the "journal articles" tab, you will find a selection of relevant databases to search for articles from journals, magazine and newspapers. Under the "websites" tab, you will find a collection of reliable websites for your research.


    Library of Congress Call Number Ranges

    Items in this range will have the most relevance to the Psychology subject area.

    You may use the Subject Description when conducting a Library Catalog SUBJECT search.

    Call Number Range              Subject Description
    BF1 - BF990                   Psychology
                                              Psychology--Vocational Guidance
                                              Interpersonal Relations
                                              Motivation (Psychology)


    Who's this?

    Sigmund Freud (1856-1939), the Austrian founder of psychoanalysis.


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