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The Ambi-Equal Classification

“The normal ambi-equal type represents the ideal result of the development of the experienced type.” So says Rorschach.

In more familiar wording we might add that the availability of a developed inner life, in combination with satisfying emotional experiences, results in the richest kind of psychological awareness and living.

In discussing the records of our student population whose scores meet these requirements, we are confronted with a problem regarding the degree of equality that is needed to achieve this ambi-equal classification.

Nowhere does Rorschach state that the ambi-equal scores must be numerically exact (for example, a 6 M to 6 C, or a 10 M to 10 C distribution). He does consider 3 M to 3 Sum C, however, ...

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