Relationships between features of collage works, block works, and personality

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Daiki Kato
Miyako Morita
Cite this article:  Kato, D., & Morita, M. (2010). Relationships between features of collage works, block works, and personality. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 38(2), 241-248.


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Features of collage works and block works were examined from the viewpoints of form and content in particular. Relationships between the Tokyo University Egogram scores and these features were then examined. The participants with high Critical Parent scores tended to correlate with the number of human figures (r = .56, p < .10) and plants (r = -.55, p < .10) present in their collage works and with the number of basic blocks (r = -.67, p < .05). Meanwhile, those with high Adult scores correlated with the number of human figures (r = .57, p < .10) present in their collages and the number of basic blocks (r = -.62, p < .10). Finally, those with high Free Child scores tended to correlate with the area of expression (r = .72, p < .05) in collage works and the number of specific blocks (r = .65, p < .05).

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