For many years, the Rorschach test was viewed as the psychometric equivalent of psychoanalysis. It pierced through psychic defenses, gaining a clear picture of affects and conflicts, conscious and unconscious, as well as the intactness of thought processes. Many thought that the Rorschach could make the diagnostic decision as to whether a patient might possibly be psychotic. The blot’s ambiguity was a great benefit because patients would not realize what they were revealing and, therefore, could not defend against revealing it. The revered experts were Klopfer and Beck. More recently, John Exner and Irving Weiner provided detailed rules for interpretation of Rorschach scores.