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The Roberts Apperception Test for Children is a projective personality measure was developed by Glen E. Roberts as a means of assessing the personality of children in the context of their family relationships


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  • McArthur, D. S., and Roberts, G. E. (1989). Roberts Apperception Test for Children: Manual. Los Angeles: Western Psychological Services.
  • Muha, T. W. (1977). A validation study of the Roberts Apperception Test as a measure of psychological dysfunction in families. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, California School of Professional Psychology.
  • Roberts, G. E. (1994). Interpretive handbook for the Roberts Apperception Test for Children. Los Angeles: Western Psychological Services.

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