Effect of increasing the number of Rorschach responses on Sum C and M: A note on Fiske and Baughman's study

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“The results indicate that equating the number of responses will not equate the frequency of color or human movement-determined responses. In terms of the problem raised by Fiske and Baughman, the results suggest that the frequency of color and human movement-determined responses is probably not due to the influence of the number of responses as an independent variable.” (See 28: 942.) (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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