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Interpersonal-Perception

Even though the Rorschach does not obtain information regarding a person’s actual environment or the other persons within that environment, it does provide information related to needs, attitudes, behavioral response sets, and coping styles, all of which are relevant to interpersonal relationships.

COP & AG

Cooperative and aggressive movement often reflect the manner in which a patient interacts with others.

Food

Food responses typically signal the presence of a dependency orientation that can affect interpersonal relations

H:(H) + Hd + (Hd)

The Interpersonal Interest Index is a ratio which can be considered to represent the extent to which the individual bases his or her relationships and perceptions of relationships on real versus imaginary aspects of other people.