Cheating on a Psychiatric Test?

Wikipedia recently published the original 10 Rorschach inkblot tests, along with a guide to interpreting them, thus allowing millions of people to, if they so wish, "cheat" on the common psychiatric test.

Go ahead, I know you want to.

Anyway, there’s at least one writer who wonders what difference it makes, stating that the Rorschach tests have always been a little bit… suspicious, at least in so far as predicting behavior and diagnosing disorders goes. Check it out.

What do you see in the inkblots? And what do you think that says about you? Is it different from what an expert would say it says about you?

Personally, I see a lot of spilled ink.

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