Revisão sistemática dos instrumentos projetivos
Chaguri, Maria Gabriela
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The objective of this article was to carry out a systematic review of the national literature, in the last 5 years, referring to scientific articles that made use of some technique, test or projective method. Therefore, a search was made in the databases SciELO (Scientific Electronic Library Online), PePSIC (Psychology Electronic Periodicals), Index Psi, LILACS (Latin American and Caribbean Literature on Health Sciences) and CAPES (Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel), using the terms projective tests, projective techniques and projective methods. The initial search of the databases generated a total of 82 articles, leaving, after exclusion, only 33 studies from those that did not meet the inclusion criteria and those that met the exclusion criteria related to the empirical character. The results point to a decrease in the number of articles related to the topic since 2015. It is also possible to notice that tests are more representative than projective techniques, especially inkblot tests, such as Zulliger and Rorschach. Regarding the population, it is mostly adult, not clinical or not vulnerable. The articles found here presented only two proposals for new instruments in the projective field. Finally, the data obtained in this review tends to be similar to previous researches.
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