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apperception

Overview page. Subjects: Psychology.

n. (in psychology) the process by which the qualities of an object, situation, etc., perceived by an individual are correlated with his/her preexisting knowledge.

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Blacky pictures

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A projective test resembling the TAT but designed for children, comprising a series of twelve cartoon drawings in which a dog called Blacky, designated as male or female to match the sex of...

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Children's Apperception Test

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A version of the TAT designed specifically for children, consisting of 10 pictures in which animals take the place of human beings in the pictures on the assumption that children are likely...

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Make-a-Picture-Story Test

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A projective test devised by the US psychologist Edwin S. Schneidman (1918–2009) and first published in 1947, often described as a cousin of the TAT, consisting of a series of background...

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Morgan-Murray Thematic Apperception Test

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The original name by which the TAT was generally known prior to 1943.

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need for achievement

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A social form of motivation involving a competitive drive to meet standards of excellence, traditionally measured with a projective test such as the TAT. The concept was introduced by the...

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personology

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In psychoanalysis, a term introduced by the South African statesman and philosopher Jan Christiaan Smuts (1870–1950) in his book Holism and Evolution (1926, p. 262) and adopted by the US...

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projective test

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Any of a variety of personality tests in which the respondent gives free responses to a series of stimuli such as inkblots, pictures, or incomplete sentences. Such tests are based loosely...

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