This is Volume XV of twenty-one in the Individual Differences series. Originally published in 1953, this study looks at the use of psychological tests in the practice of medicine when appraising personality. It is written primarily for doctors and psychologists, it is also directed towards social workers, clergymen, lawyers, teachers, counsellors, nurses, in short towards all who need to know more about the personality of those they work with in order to help them.

part 1|38 pages

Part One

chapter 1|16 pages

What Does The Clinical Psychologist Do?

chapter 3|14 pages

Some Unnecessary Misunderstandings

part 2|108 pages

Part Two

chapter 2|16 pages

Contrasting Psychological Worlds

chapter 3|17 pages

There's More to it than the I.Q.

chapter 4|15 pages

Projection Via the Pencil Point

chapter 5|18 pages

What's in a Face?

chapter 6|8 pages

Psychological Barometers

chapter 7|10 pages

The Self in Sentences

part 3|42 pages

Part Three

chapter |14 pages

Which Twin has Epilepsy?

chapter |6 pages

Are Psychogenic Factors Involved?

chapter |11 pages

Pain and Personality

chapter |1 pages

Concluding Remarks