Some Experiments With Psycho-diagnostic Techniques on School-going Children
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Six boys, intelligence above average, ages 7-11 years, middle-class or upper-middle class, living in a supposedly fashinable Lahore neighbourhood, attending European-type Urdu teaching schools, were put through six psycho-diagnostic techniques viz., Wechsler intelligence (Urdu), Murray's TAT, a local version of inkblots, two new projectives (Pickford's pictures and Rafi-Zaman's Visual-Apperception) and play in the GC clinic play room. The observations are digested as six personality case-studies, followed by a discussion of the techniques.
University of Nairobi