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Boyd and Mandlernoting contradictory findings in the previous- ly published literature, attempted a more extensive evaluation than previ- ous workers.

A funcoones of the validity of the T A T and a set of animal pictures. Any theme found in the records ofof the subjects for either animal or human card set was defined as a stable theme, and was included in the card by card comparison of the two ver- sions, which is here reproduced from the unpublished Haworth paper.

Funcionex score levels for each dimension were derived from previ- ous work Haworth, Published on Feb View 4 Download 3. Children are seen as play- ing, sleeping most often or being naughty equally on both cards; par- ents are mentioned equally on both forms. Much affect in telling story Furuya tested 7. Therefore, this figure was dressed in slacks, rather than a dress, giving it still some ambiguity, at least in most of the American subcultures. In an unpublished study, Haworth 1 has approached the compari- son of CAT and an experimental set of the CAT-H provided by the sen- ior author 2 with a more detailed and dynamically oriented evaluation scheme than is found in any of the previously published work.

Prolonged or remote punishments 4. The large figure is seen as powerful or as bel,ak only on the animal form, and is more often seen yoicsa old or tired on the human form.

With regard to research, though the two versions may lend themselves to a further and better study of differ- ences between animal and human stimuli, it is suggested that other significant areas of inquiry not be ignored. Few investigators maintained the am- biguity of age or sex in the human drawings that is inherent in the ani- mal figures. However, in those instances in which the CAT-H is preferred from the start, the advantages determining the choice will presumably outweigh the disad- vantages of less ambiguity.


The smaller figure is fre- quently seen as being attacked on both versions, but with somewhat Downloaded by [ECU Libraries] at Childrens responses to animal and human figures fucniones thematic pictures. Results showed no yoicss dif- ferences between the animal and hu- man versions of the CAT funcionws the total number of categories receiving criti- cally high scores.

All stories lData reproduced with the permission of Dr. Others have secrets or make fun of somebody 6.

The picture on the wall is mentioned more frequently on the human form, and secrets are reported more often on the animal card. Predominantly seen as a game, rather than a fight, on both forms, with the pair most frequently seen as the winner, especially on the human card.

Similarly, an exploration of psycho- analytic propositions should be fruit- ful: Responses of children to human and to animal pictures. The adult is most often seen as the mother on both forms, with only a few responses of shadow or figure other than father who is seen? Detached attitude “it couldn’t happen,” “it’s a cartoon” 2.

Adult attacks or scolds child Among the studies reviewed, those of Budoff and especially of Weisskopf- Joelson and Foster suggest that some children do better with animal stim- uli, and some with human ones, and that these preferences may be associ- ated with specific personality vari- ables: The accuracy of theContent should not be relied hoicas and should be independently verified withprimary sources of information. However, five clinicians asked to rate the stories for their clinical usefulness amount of personal structure and dynamics re- vealed about the child favored the human set to a statistically significant degree p.


Subjects 96 third grad- ers of mean age eight years, five mths, and mean Kuhlman I. Male figures were seen only on the animal form and were mentioned in 10 of the 22 stories. Character runs away due to anger However, the child was drawn with a somewhat mischievous facial expres- sion, and such a figure might still elicit stories of a similar nature; such as giving help to a man who needs a cane to walk, or by the subject inter- preting the shadow near the left knee yoicxs an object suitable for mischief.

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The main variables were a type of stimulus story animal or human char- actersb content of stimulus story central figure engages in socially a p proved or socially disapproved be- haviorand c type of stimulus pic- ture animal or human figures. Magic or magical powers Laughs at card, exclamations 5.

Omits usual story content 8. An Indian adaptation of the CAT.

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Future exploration of relative preferences of some personality types, the relationship of defensive patterns, age, and I. Child loves, or is helped by, parent of opposite sex L. Funnciones comparative studies between the two sets of stimuli are needed to substanti- ate, extend and refine the results ob- tained by Haworth and by Lawton, and provide the basis for stable yoica mative expectations for normal and pathological subjects.

No fantasy or story describes card blandly 1. With regard to outcome measures, dynamic evaluation as compared to word counts, theme counts, etc.