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full papers and other Rorschach stuff of a specialist character.
Janette S. Caputo, The Rorschach as a Neuropsychological Instrument: Historical Precedents and Future Use. HTML version of a paper read at the 16th International Congress of Rorschach and Projective Methods, Amsterdam July 19-24, 1999.
Helge Malmgren, Moving towards the other. The relevance of Hermann Rorschach's method for the philosophy of perception. HTML version of a poster presented at the "Tucson III" conference, April 27 - May 3, 1998.Helge Malmgren, A longitudinal pilot study of the Rorschach as a neuropsychological instrument. HTML version of a paper first published in Research into Rorschach and Projective Methods, ed. A.M. Carlsson et al (Swedish Rorschach Society, Stockholm 1997). Reproduced with permission from the publisher. The text is under revision from a methodological standpoint.
Helge Malmgren, Rorschach's Idea of a "Movement" Response in the Light of Recent Philosophy and Psychology of Perception. A pdf version of the main text of a paper which appeared in Rorschachiana. Yearbook of the International Rorschach Society, volume 24 (ed. A. Andronikof-Sanglade. Hogrefe & Huber Publishers, 2000. ISBN 0-88937-226-8), pp. 1-27. Reproduced here with kind permission of the publisher.
Helge Malmgren, Colour shock - does it exist, and does it depend on colour? Summary of a presentation at the 16th International Congress of Rorschach and Projective Methods (Amsterdam, July 19-24, 1999). Pdf format.
Helge Malmgren, Bodily experience and visual art. Web version of presentation at the conference Infektio: Sykdom i estetisk och idéhistorisk perspektiv (Oslo, January 11-13, 2002).
Helge Malmgren, What is a determinant? Presentation at the 22d IRS conference, Paris 2017.
Helge Malmgren, Rorschach and the brain. Presentation at the 22d IRS conference, Paris 2017. Not yet online, ask me for the file.
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