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Administrator's gender and sexual content in projective test protocols.

The present data for the TAT and previous results for the word-association test and Rorschach support the hypothesis that the E-S gender combinations affect sexual responsivity on projective tests. The evidence indicates that like-gender combinations are more sexually responsive than opposite-gender pairs on projective tests. Further, there may be an overall rank-ordering of gender pairs in the degree of sexual responsivity, with the male E-female S combination resulting in the lowest sex content scores. The extent of generality of the phenomena on Ss other than a "normal" population remains to be investigated.[1]


  1. Administrator's gender and sexual content in projective test protocols. Milner, J.S. Journal of clinical psychology. (1975) [Pubmed]
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