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Copy link here https://bringsstone.blogspot.com/?book=4871871630 HouseTreePerson is

a projective personality test wherein a person responds to a given stimuli and the

responses give clues about the person's hidden emotions or internal conflicts. The

individual taking the test is asked to draw primary objects like a house tree and a person;

that's why the name. These drawings render a measure of self perceptions and attitudes

inherent in a personality.The HTP test is adhered to along with other techniques in cases

where there is likelihood of brain damage other neurological disorders or to evaluate brain

damage in patients of schizophrenia.It can be taken in any language by anyone who is 3

years old or above. The test consumes around 150 minutes. The person taking the test is

first asked to draw and then is later questioned based on hisher illustration. Usually the

first phase of drawing is colored using crayons and then pencil is used for the next phase.

The instructions given to the testtaker are quite short and simple. "Draw me as good a

house as you can" states it well. Once the picture of a house is completed the testtaker is

asked to draw a tree and later a person.If we are told to draw some object we might either

shy away (for not being good at it) or we might enjoy the process itself (regardless of our

artistic abilities). Whichever way drawing gives us a sense of revisiting our childhood

memories full of such fun activities.Similar to writing the act of drawing forms a powerful

medium for us to let our emotions out. As we know and some of us might even have

experienced that forms of fine art including drawing are seen to be stressreleasing

activities. Off the mind and onto the paper. This is the knack behind a psychological

personality test like the HouseTreePerson test. It is like reading our minds from what we

have scribbled or sketched on a sheet of paper.This test is a technique developed by John

N. Buck an early clinical psychologist in 1948 which was later updated in 1969. This and

such other contributions from him are remarkable.

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