TAT モノガタリ ニ ミラレル タイジン フアン ノ アラワレカタ ノ トクチョウ ニツイテ : ジコ コウテイ イシキ トノ カンレン カラ
The Feature of interpersonal anxiety of TAT story : The relation of affirmative self-consciousness
Iwasaki, Hatsumi Consultation Center for Persons with Disabilities
Ishida, Yumi Training and Research Center of Clinical Psychology， Graduate School of Education， Hiroshima University
Hara, Koichi Institute of Socio-Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokushima
Departmental Bulletin Paper
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of psychological
projective method TAT (Thematic apperception test) as an assessment tool
detecting interpersonal anxiety and affirmative self-consciousness on
On the first study, subjects’ narratives to all of TAT cards were analyzed in
criteria of evoking high anxiety response and self-affirmatives. Eleven of
TAT cards were selected as stimulus cards projecting anxiety and
self-affirmative. Subjects responded to an interpersonal-anxiety
questionnaire and a self-affirmative questionnaire, and they were asked to
make narratives of selected eleven of TAT cards.
The result showed that subjects with high interpersonal-anxiety gave
narratives of conflicting or keeping a positive interrelationship with others.
On the other hand, subjects with high self-affirmative gave narratives of
having a positive interrelationship or expressing a positive expectation to
For the next study, five of eleven cards were selected in criteria of
projecting high self-anxiety and self-affirmative; cards 1, 2, 9GF, 13B and 14
On the second study, post-TAT questionnaire items were created for
feedback to subject’s self-understanding of anxiety or affirmative. And the
responses of post-TAT questionnaire items were examined. Result showed
that subjects with high-anxiety were sensitive to expression of gazing.
Through responding to post-TAT questionnaire items, subjects noticed new
aspect of interpersonal relationship and their self-recognition as a result.
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