The National Library of Israel website uses cookies to improve your browsing experience. Continued use of the website constitutes consent to the use of cookies. For more information, please see our privacy policy

Back to search results

Enlarge text Shrink text

The Szondi Test is a projective technique based on a person's reaction to a series of 48 photographs of psychotic patients. The photographs were chosen in accordance with the principle of genic relationship; that is, the person assumedly selects a photograph which portrays a psychiatric disorder also inherent in the subjectâs own familial genealogy.

Title Szondi-Test : Experimentelle Triebdiagnostik.
Additional Titles Experimentelle Triebdiagnostik
Publisher Bern : Hans Huber
Creation Date c1949
Notes Cover title.
Vol. 1 (forms, 48 cards (ports. 9 x 6 cm.)) issued in portfolio.
First issued in 1947 under title: Experimentelle Triebdiagnostik
tiefenpsychologische Diagnostik ...
Content [1] Textband -- [2] Testband.
Extent volumes : illustrations
25 cm.
Language German
Call Number 10010.961
National Library system number 990039428700205171

תנאי השימוש:

Prohibition of copying

It may be prohibited to copy and use of the item for purposes of reproduction, publication, distribution, public performance, broadcasting, dissemination via the internet or by any other means, and creating a derivative work of the item (for example, translation, modification or adaptation) in any form or by any means, including digital or analog media, without prior agreement of the copyright owner and/or the owner of the collection.

To check the use of an item, please complete the Inquiry for Copyright form.

Additional information: The item may be subject to copyright and/or terms of agreement.

If you believe that there is an error in the information above, or in case of any concern of copyright infringement in connection with this item, contact us using the Inquiry for Copyright form.


Have more information? Found a mistake?