Rorschach and his inkblots: The man, the test, the controversy


Science Museum/Science & Society Picture Library NUREMBERG, 1945. Hitler, Himmler and Goebbels were dead, but two dozen other leading Nazis were awaiting trial for crimes against humanity. The prize catch was the creator of the Gestapo and the death camps, Hitler’s number two: Hermann Göring. While they waited, prison psychologist Gustave Gilbert administered psychological tests, keen to solve the mystery of the “Nazi mind”. Most of the prisoners responded like show-off schoolboys, eager to beat their peers. They did well on IQ tests,
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