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일본군 위안부 생존자들의 로샤 반응 특성

 심은지  ;  민성길  ;  송원영  ;  김주영  ;  이창호 
 Korean Journal of Clinical Psychology (한국심리학회지: 임상), Vol.23(1) : 169-187, 2004 
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 Korean Journal of Clinical Psychology (한국심리학회지: 임상) 
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Japanese military comfort women ; PTSD ; Rorschach ; Trauma-content index ; Sexual abuse
This study investigated Rorschach responses of Japanese military comfort women. Subjects were 26 Japanese military comfort women who agreed to test and 24 community samples who were same sex, age, education with comfort women. Rorschach protocols were administered, scored, analysed according- to. The Exner!! comprehensive. system( 1993). Fach Rorschacb. variables was.. divided into 5 clusters(Control and stress tolerance, Cognition, Affect, Self-perception, Interpersonal-perception) due to the Exner`s comprehensive system(1993), and added to Trauma-Content Index(TC/R) which was developed by Armstrong and Loewenstein(1990). As a result, group of Japanese military comfort women was characterized as (1) inefficient problem-solving and coping, (2) perceptual inaccuracy, (3) afect dysregulation, (4) intrusive traumatic imagery. First, low Lambda, high D, AdjD, high Zf, W, DQ+% were found in comfort women group. It tells us comfort women`s tendency that they use excessive energy to solve problems instead of using simple and economical strategy. Second, low X+%, F+%, high X-%, S-%, high WSum6, elevation of DR response suggests perceptual inaccuracy and poor reality testing. Third, elevation of CF, AG, Space response suggests that comfort women have a problem with impulsive emotional expression and inner anger and aggression. Finally, comfort women displayed the elevated rate of TG`R, and this finding suggests that comfort women still have difficulties in issues associated with the past trauma and following psychological sequela.
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Min, Sung Kil(민성길)
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