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Explain the use of projective techniques in psychological testing and provide an example of this type of test.

Explain the difference between personality measures and measures of interests and attitudes.

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Explain the use of projective techniques in psychological testing and provide an example of this type of test.

The use of projective techniques in psychological testing occurs when a person is shown ambiguous stimuli (such as shapes or pictures) and asked to interpret them in some way. According to Britannica, examples of projective techniques used in psychological testing include:

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