Earlier this week, while watching the forever changing clouds that journey pass my home, I remembered the fascination, during an undergraduate psych class, I had with the Rorschach Test. This projective psychological test, commonly known as the ink block test, was developed in 1921. In 1943 the US military implemented the Harrow-Erickon Multiple Choice Rorschach Test for the large scale screening of U.S. military personnel. While the first outcomes reported impressive predictive power, later work showed that the test had very limited value.
What do you see in this image of clouds?
Image submitted in response to Jenn’s, Traveling at Wits End, challenge to “get out of the box” and create an image that looks like something else or looks different than it really is.