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Childrens responses to human and animal stories and pictures. Childrens responses to animal and human figures in thematic pictures.

The adult is most often seen as the mother on both forms, with only a few responses of shadow or figure other than fuunciones who is seen? In the Adaptive Mechanisms Sched- ule, the categories are arranged in an order going from indications of high control antl constriction to signs of disorgnnization and loosening of real- ity ties. The animal cards were found especially to elicit negative feelings, and the authors concluded that socially disapproved behavior seems to arouse more anxiety when originated by human than by animal figures.

T h e dependent vari- able was story productivity as meas- ured by the Weisskopf Trans- cendence Index.

Bellak 1966

T h e subjects were 40 kindergarten children, ages five and one-half to seven, with a mean age of six years, two months. The smaller figure is fre- quently seen as being attacked on both versions, but with somewhat Downloaded by [ECU Libraries] at The stimulus pictures each in an animal or a human version showed the main character from the stimulus stories in bel,ak ambiguous action. An ex- perimental study of the effect of stimulus variation upon projection.

Concerning the stimulus pictures, the animal figures were found to elicit more personal involvement than the pictures with human bellaak. Prolonged or remote punishments 4.

Therefore, this figure was dressed in slacks, rather than a dress, giving it still some ambiguity, at least in most of the American subcultures. After all stories have been scored, record the total number of checks for each category in the blank provided. Themes of loneliness oc- cured more often on the human form. In this regard, one can question the representativeness of the clinicians preference for human over animal figures in the Mainord and Marcuse work, but replication studies are needed to clarify the issue.


Literal vunciones doesn’t show, so I can’t tell. Character runs away due to anger There is no difference be- tween cards in terms of the child run- ning away, fearing attack or an attack taking place; none of these themes were used frequently. Critical score levels for each dimension were derived from previ- ous work Haworth, The Schedule provides a quick summary of the number and kinds of defenses employed as well as the content of items used most frequently.

With regard to outcome measures, dynamic evaluation as compared to word counts, theme counts, etc. No differences in any other response measures were attribut- able to the animal-human figure vari- able. Picture nine with its anthropomor- A Human Modification of the C A T phic setting and lack of determining characteristics presented no adapta- tional problem.

Subjects were 28 second-graders, 14 of whom were administered the animal version first, and the human version two weeks later, and the reverse order for the other Animal pictures for obtaining chil- drens projections. In the blank preceding each item, indicate with a check. Historia Clinica Segun Bellak Documents.

Picture four presented relatively few problems except for the absence of tails, of course, and the fact that an infant in arms is not quite the same as an infant in the maternal pouch, alas. The final quantitative measure consists of the number of categories receiving critical scores and not the total number of checks for all categories.

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. Open window 59 ; Dig, or fall in, a hole 5.

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Omits figures or objects from story on. Certainly, if the CAT- H is used first, the animal version might be used for such purposes. The chilcl escapes equally often on both cards and only infrequently turns to retaliate against the larger figure. The company saw an opportunity to move into printing while the While many found them childish for purely defensive reasons, it was nevertheless felt that a human version would lend itself especially well to an upward extension of the usefulness of the CAT and go further towards closing an age gap between the ap- plicability of the CAT and the T A T.


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. It was reasoned that animal figures would increase the extent to which attribu- tion of sex and age to story characters would be based on motivational fac- tors in the child rather than upon card pull perceptual factors, thus providing valuable information re- lated to the childs underlying atti- tudes toward important adult figures.

It is hoped this version will be useful with older children, especially those with an M. The obtained tally was 62 critical scores for the animal form, and 55 for the human form, out of a possible total of 22 Ss x 10 categories per subject on each form, with a mean of 2. La sesin inicial Bellak Education. Dirty, messing, smelly; fumciones or object falls in toilet 6. Funcioned this sample of Ss, then, there is a difference be- tween the two sets of funcionse with regard to eliciting particular defense mechan isms.

Secondarily, animal figures were chosen on the basis of expectations derived from clinical work that young children would identify more readily with ani- mal figures than with human figures and that animal figures would more easily elicit idiographic material. Furuya tested 7.