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Am J Psychiatry 1941;97:1341-1364.
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The Department of Psychiatry, New York State Psychiatric Institute and Hospital, New York City.

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1. The Rorschach findings in ten cases of acute mild alcoholic intoxication at a predetermined clinical level are given.2. Rorschach findings at this level are experimentally shown to validate certain previous theoretical or empirical findings as regards the M:Sum C ratio, F per cent, Fc, S, CF, C naming and description, and theories are advanced regarding the evaluation of the (FM + m):(Fc + c + C') and per cent answers in VII, IX, X, quotients.3. The validation of the Rorschach method in its reflection of experimentally induced personality shifts as indicated clinically is shown.4. No Rorschach findings of pathognomonic diagnostic value for this level of alcoholic intoxication are found, and no specific "Rorschach pattern" can be described for the diagnosis of acute mild alcoholic intoxication.5. Personality shifts occurring at this level of intoxication are described and correlated with shifts in the Rorschach response patterns.

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