Hermann Rorschach believed his patients could tell him a great deal about themselves by decipher kaleidoscopic inkblot illustrations.

From his childhood, Hermann Rorschach enjoyed in making fanciful inkblot "pictures" and so was widely known as Klecks, or "inkblot", among his school friends. In 1909, Rorschach graduated in medicine at Zurich. Rorschach was influenced by Eugen 

Friday marks the 129th birthday of Hermann Rorschach, the Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, and Google is marking the occasion with an interactive homage to his famous 'inkblot' test. Devised in 1921 and rivaling perhaps only the Stanford-Binet IQ

Rorschach became aware of Swiss psychiatrist Szyman Hens' studies using inkblot cards to analyse patients' fantasies, as well as his contemporary, Carl Jung. He had in fact studied under the eminent psychiatrist Eugen Bleuler, who had taught Carl Jung.

Hermann Rorschach, the psychologist, has been celebrated with an interactive Google doodle. Today, November 8, is the 129th birthday of Rorschach, best known for his inkblot test where people are asked to say what they see, their answers revealing 


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