Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Firsts Below is a photo showing the first presidential motorcade, first open-top one, to boot. The car is a Columbia Electric Victoria Phaeton. Roosevelt is on the left. On the right is Colonel Jacob Greene, chairman of … Continue reading
Fidel Castro From the outset of his presidency, Kennedy yearned for Castro to be removed from power. JFK subscribed to the Domino Theory, which argued that if a country fell to communism, its neighbors would follow. And, Castro capitulated to … Continue reading
Richard Milhous Nixon Saving Jackie K chronicles the bitter rivalry between JFK and Richard Nixon. Was losing the presidential election to Kennedy by a small margin enough to warrant an assassination plot? Born in 1916 in Yorba Linda, California, Richard … Continue reading
The Chrysler Building is an Art Deco Style skyscraper located on the East Side of Midtown Manhattan in New York City, at the intersection of 42nd Street and Lexington Avenue in the Turtle Bay neighborhood of Manhattan. At 1,046 feet … Continue reading
Alternate History novel Saving Jackie K outlines the power wielded by career G-man, J. Edgar Hoover. Would a threat to his FBI kingdom provide the impetus to assassinate the thirty-fifth president of the United States? Born before the dawn of … Continue reading
Lyndon Baines Johnson Thriller Saving Jackie K describes several suspects with a motive to kill President John F. Kennedy. Lyndon Baines Johnson, JFK’s VP, clearly benefited from the president’s demise, as he instantly became the new Commander in Chief. Would … Continue reading
The Rorschach Test
The Rorschach Test also known as the Rorschach inkblot test, the Rorschach technique, or simply the inkblot test is a psychological test in which subjects’ perceptions of inkblots are recorded and then analyzed using psychological interpretation, complex algorithms, or both. Some psychologists use this test to examine a person’s personality characteristics and emotional functioning. It has been employed to detect underlying thought disorder, especially in cases where patients are reluctant to describe their thinking processes openly. The test is named after its creator, Swiss psychologist Hermann Rorschach.
In the 1960s, the Rorschach was the most widely used projective test. In a national survey in the U.S., the Rorschach was ranked eighth among psychological tests used in outpatient mental health facilities. It is the second most widely used test by members of the Society for Personality Assessment, and it is requested by psychiatrists in 25 percent of forensic assessment cases, usually in a battery of tests that often include the MMPI-2 and the MCMI-III. In surveys, the use of Rorschach ranges from a low of 20% by correctional psychologists to a high of 80% by clinical psychologists engaged in assessment services, and 80 percent of psychology graduate programs surveyed teach it.
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Hu Zhengyan, Chinese artist, printmaker and publisher Hu Zhengyan (1584 – 1674) was a Chinese artist, printmaker and publisher. He worked in calligraphy, traditional Chinese painting, and seal-carving, but was primarily a publisher, producing academic texts as well as records … Continue reading
Hell Dates And how to Avoid These images are from some Brit Magazine. They are chock full of valuable information for girls on dates. Amazing what type of advice was spewed out in the past. Lots of don’ts but few … Continue reading
Erik the Red Journey to Canada The Saga of Erik the Red is the story of Norse exploration of North America. The saga chronicles events that led to Erik the Red‘s banishment to Greenland as well as Leif Ericson‘s discovery … Continue reading
Cinematic new thriller, Saving Jackie K exposes the secrets of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. In real life, the Warren Commission accused social misfit and loner Lee Harvey Oswald of committing the atrocity. On October 18, 1939, a … Continue reading
Painting Class Party for Fundraising Painting with a Twist® will host a painting class for non-profits and share the proceeds with your organization. With 259 franchise locations are open all over the country there is one near you! Painting with … Continue reading
Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI Saving Jackie K is an action-packed adventure about an outlaw team that jumps back in time to save First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy from political assassins. In reality, her husband John F. Kennedy succumbed to sniper … Continue reading
Martin Luther King Jr. Blockbuster novel Saving Jackie K narrates a thrilling fictional account of the tragic assassination of President John F. Kennedy. But when discussing charismatic leaders from the 1960s, JFK must share the spotlight with the Reverend Martin … Continue reading
Jack Ruby New novel Saving Jackie K discusses the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Lee Harvey Oswald was accused of murdering JFK, but didn’t live to stand trial. Jack Ruby gunned him down two days after his arrest. Who … Continue reading