About Rorschachiana, the Journal of the International Society for the Rorschach
Rorschachiana is the scientific publication of the International Society of the Rorschach and Projective Methods. Its aim is to publish scientific work in the field for (and by) an international audience. The journal is interested in advancing theory and clinical applications of the Rorschach and other projective techniques, and research work that can enhance and promote projective methods. Published previously as a Yearbook, Rorschachiana is now, starting with volume 29 in 2008, appearing as a journal with 2 online issues per year and an annual print compendium. All papers published are subject to rigorous peer-review to internationally accepted standards by external reviewers and the Society’s Board of Assessors, working under the auspices of the experienced international editorial team.
The journal is interested in advancing theory and clinical applications of the Rorschach and other projective techniques, and research work that can enhance and promote projective methods. One issue per year is a special section on a current topic.
Distinguished individuals have served as Editor-in-Chief of Rorschachiana: I. B. Weiner (1993–1997), A. Andronikof (1994–2005). Since 1996, Sadegh Nashat (Tavistock Clinic, London & Institute Sunkhronos, Geneva) edits the journal, supported by a team of internationally renowned Associate Editors.
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Current approaches to case studies (2015)
Projective methods and neurosciences (2016)
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