Rorschach Ror·schach (rôr’shäk’, -shäKH’), Hermann. 1884-1922.
Swiss psychiatrist. His inkblot test, introduced in 1921, has become a standard clinical diagnostic tool in psychiatry.
[rawr-shahk, rohr-] /ˈrɔr ʃɑk, ˈroʊr-/ noun, Psychology. 1. a test for revealing the underlying personality structure of an individual by the use of a standard series of 10 inkblot designs to which the subject responds by telling what image or emotion each design evokes. Rorschach test /ˈrɔːʃɑːk; German ˈrɔrʃax/ noun 1. (psychol) a personality test […]
noun, Australian. 1. a rowdy, usually drunken party. noun 1. a rowdy party or celebration 2. a dishonest scheme verb 3. to take unfair advantage of something
noun 1. (Austral, informal) a small-scale confidence trickster
noun 1. a male given name.