Annual Update on Experimental and Neurophysiological Rorschach Research

Session Abstract:┬áThis session provides an update on recent research conducted using an experimental or neurophysiological approach to advance our understanding of the Rorschach response process. First, Juve et al. report on an eye-tracking study that investigates the extent to which selected eye-tracking parameters would associate with R-PAS scores of interpretive variables located in the Stress … Continue reading Annual Update on Experimental and Neurophysiological Rorschach Research

Experimental and Neurophysiological Rorschach Research (1.5 CE Credits)

Corresponding Author Information: Benjamin A. Berry Session Abstract: This session focuses on recent research using an experimental and/or neurophysiological approach to advance our understanding of the Rorschach response process. First, Berry and Meyer report on an experimental manipulation of visual processes on the Rorschach task through the use of specially-designed goggles. In two experiments, they … Continue reading Experimental and Neurophysiological Rorschach Research (1.5 CE Credits)

Exploring the Neurological Underpinnings of Personality Using Quantitative Electroencephalogram (QEEG): A Case Study

Corresponding Author Information: Aubrey Flanigan Session Abstract: This presentation will explore ways to conceptualize the neurological underpinnings of personality. The case of a 14-year-old adolescent male diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Predominately Inattentive Presentation (ADHD) will be examined to demonstrate the integration of an electrophysiological measure into a psychoeducational evaluation battery. Results from a … Continue reading Exploring the Neurological Underpinnings of Personality Using Quantitative Electroencephalogram (QEEG): A Case Study

Eye Contact: Understanding the Relationship between Personality and Visual Information Processing on the Rorschach and Human Faces (1.5 CE Credits)

Corresponding Author Information: Ellen Day Session Abstract: Researchers from independent laboratories in two countries will present papers utilizing psychophysiological techniques to investigate the role of personality in processing the Rorschach and discerning emotions in faces. The session capitalizes on the fact that performance on the Rorschach involves scanning and making a visual attribution to the … Continue reading Eye Contact: Understanding the Relationship between Personality and Visual Information Processing on the Rorschach and Human Faces (1.5 CE Credits)

Malingering Research: A Multi-Method Perspective – Symposium (1.5. CE Credits)

MARCH 18TH | 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM (ET) Session Abstract:┬áDuring the past two decades over 1,200 papers on malingering research were published. To offer an overview and an update on the status of the art, this symposium adopts a multi-method perspective and reports on a series of studies conducted using different instruments. Mike Bagby … Continue reading Malingering Research: A Multi-Method Perspective – Symposium (1.5. CE Credits)

Rorschach Markers of Emotional Distress and Dysregulation (1.25 CE Credits)

Corresponding Author Information: Agata Ando' Session Abstract: Ando' and her colleagues begin the symposium examining how compared to non-smokers, smokers show different patterns of cognitive processing in relation to rumination and thought suppression. They also demonstrate that variables from the R-PAS Stress and Distress domain are associated with rumination and emotional dysregulation in both groups. … Continue reading Rorschach Markers of Emotional Distress and Dysregulation (1.25 CE Credits)