A portion of the data in this investigation was presented in a paper read at the 1951 meetings of the A P.A
Motor Inhibition and Rorschach Movement Responses: A Test of the Sensory-Tonic Theory1
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Journal of Personality
Volume 21, Issue 3, pages 400–410, March 1953
How to Cite
MELTZOFF, J., SINGER, J. L. and KORCHIN, S. J. (1953), Motor Inhibition and Rorschach Movement Responses: A Test of the Sensory-Tonic Theory. Journal of Personality, 21: 400–410. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-6494.1953.tb01783.x
Reviewed in the Veterans Administration and published with the approval of the Medical Research and Publications Committee. The statements and conclusions punished by the authors are the results of their own study and do not necessarily reflect the opinion or policy of the Veterans Administration
The authors are indebted to members of the two V.A installations for assistance in conducting the experiment Dr Elliot Mishler of Prenceton University, Dr Robert A. Brotemarkle of the University of Pennsylvania, and Dr. George D Goldman of City Collie of New York made facilities and subjects available
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