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From the Publisher“In this volume, Paul Lerner summarizes, consolidates, and expands upon his previous contributions to Rorschach psychology. Once again we are in the presence of a master clinician and diagnostician. Psychoanalytic Perspectives on the Rorschach is an encyclopedic work that will define the field of Rorschach inquiry for many years to come. It is a book to study and to cherish, both for its intellectual rigor and clinical wisdom.”
- James E. Gorney, Ph.D.
“If there is a contemporary godfather of psychoanalysis and the Rorschach, it is Paul Lerner. In this exemplary book, Dr. Lerner makes us a scholarly offering we cannot refuse.”
- J. Reid Meloy, Ph.D., Author, The Mark of Cain (Analytic Press, 2001)
“Psychoanalytic Perspectives on the Rorschach virtually glows, not only because of the illuminating vignettes and short case examples, but also because Rorschach data are translated into experientially based statements. It is a wonderful introduction to modern clinical assessment theory that reflects important observations in psychoanalytic theory and describes those changes as they gain expression in the interpretive process. In Rorschach psychology this book is a ‘W+.’ In the terminology of baseball – of which Lerner is a dedicated enthusiast – it is a grand slam.”
- Leonard Handler, Ph.D., University of Tennessee