International Society of the Rorschach and Projective Methods (IRS)
Société internationale du Rorschach et des méthodes projectives (SIR)
Sociedad Internacional de Rorschach y Métodos Proyectivos
Internationale Rorschach-Gesellschaft (IGROF)
1952 Bern Switzerland
1952, Bern (Switzerland). Original French title: Société internationale du test de Rorschach et autres méthodes projectives. Subsequently changed title to International Rorschach Society (IRS) -- Société Rorschach internationale (SIR). Registered in accordance with Swiss law.
Develop international contacts between psychologists specializing in the Rorschach method; promote theoretical and practical knowledge of Rorschach and projective techniques; safeguard and develop the archives of Rorschach and projective tests.
Events2022-07-11 | Geneva, Switzerland – Triennial Congress
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