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TheLuscherColorTest

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Structural meaning: "Sensuousness" or "Voluptuousness" Here the fascination (5) has to do with the things which give the body pleasure (6), such as good food, luxurious surroundings, fine raiment and so forth.

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Structural meaning.: "Total Security" or "Untrammelled Ease" Bodily relief (6) is preferred even to hopes for the future (4), resulting in surrender to a static and problem-free existence making minimal demands.

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Structural meaning: "Sensuousness" or "Voluptuousness" As for 5 6, but with more emphasis on the physical senses.

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Structural meaning: "Self-Disparagement" Since this is a very negative meaning. this group is generally rejected and appears most often at the very end of the 8-color sequence. When it does appear at the beginning. it indicates the renunctation of everything except physical gratification because of a feeling of purposelessness.

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Though the "work-group" is not intact., yet tho 2 and 3 are together in the X group, the 4 being rejected to 8th place. This implies that he tackles his work purposefully, wanting to enhance his prestige by doing it well, but that it gives him little pleasure (pages 48-50). He would be reluctant to effect changes or accept new ideas (rejected yellow). 8.. If his business or domestic life were to become disturbed or erratic, his health might suffer (blue compensation as a need to recuperate-page 56). g. From Chapter 7 (page 71 ff.): he wants "an interval of tranquillity," his existing situation is one of "purposeful activity," he feels any surrender to "sensuousness" is inappropriate and he firmly rejects "headstrong decisions" and dislikes "crises." From this, he would appear as a quiet, methodical man and a hard worker, but unimaginative, preferring things to follow traditional and well-beaten paths-by no means a "ruthless tycoon." 10. With five Is in both virtually identical selections, his attitude does not change readily. Only 18.2% of "normal adults" would have a greater number of Is

7.

EXISTING SITUATION (x FUNCTION):

(x 2 x 4)

He is trying to improve his position and prestige. Is dissatisfied with his existing circumstances and considers some improvement essential to his self-esteem.

STRESSSOURC,ES (- FUNCTION): (-7)

1.

Intensely anxious to be independent, unhampered and free from ,any limitation or restriction other than those he imposes on himself by his own choice and decision. He feels he is not sufficiently in control of his own destiny. Holding depletion and depression at bay by keeping active; refuses to let himself relax.

2.

(-1)

(Appendix "A"). Example 2: Senior business executive.
48 years of age. Divorced.
Total !s = 1 + FUNCTION:

C

C

C x

A

+3

+++
1ST SELECTION

=

4

2

a
4
x

3
0

1

5

7

6

=
-

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32

6

5

1

7

+x
C 88

+
A
!!

-

FUNCTION: x2x4 FUNCTION: = a = 6, =5=1 FUNCTION: -1, -7 FUNCTION:

An existing situation or relationship is unsatisfactory, but he feels unable to change it to bring about the sense of belonging which he needs. He is unwilling to expose his vulnerability and therefore continues to resist this state of affairs, but feels dependent on the attachment. This not only depresses him but makes him irritable and impatient, producing considerable restlessness and the urge to get away from the situation, either actually or, at least, mentally. His ability to concentrate may suffer. Restless and dissatisfied.

A

+ 3 -7, + 3-1 =
2

RESTRAINED CHARACTERISTICS (= FUNCTION): (= 0 = 6) t= 5 = 1)

1.

Willing to become emotionally involved and able to achieve satisfaction from sexual activity. Feels rather isolated and alone, but is too reserved to allow himself to form deep attachments. Egocentric and therefore quick to take offense.
89

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I nterpretano

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2

IIMPORTANT The Luscher Color Test, despite the remarkable ease and speed with which it can be administered, is a "deep" psychological test, developed for the use of psychiatrists, psychologists, physicians and those who are professionally involved with the conscious and unconscious characteristics and motivatlons of others. It is NOT a parlor game, and most ernphaticatly it is not a weapon to be used in a general contest of "one-upmanship." It is therefore essential, when interpreting the test for another indlvidual, to preserve the professional nature of the test, to give your interpretation in private to the person di,recUy concerned and to disclose nothing to any other person. Written reports, such as those on pages 85 and following, are sometimes usefui=providec the language is chosen with care to be helpful rather than destructlve-cbut in general, a verbal interpretation is best, because the various points ratsed can be discussed as they come up. In this way it is usually possible to persuade the person to see that what you are telling him is correct, even though there may have been some initial resistance; to do this increases his insiqht and his ability to deal with or handle his problems. Hespcnslote use of the interpretations in the following Tables will invariably prove useful and constructive. Psyc.hlatrists and analysts have to deal mainly with neurosis, psychosis or emotional maladjustment, and in such cases the interpretations derived from the Color Test have a particular significance. Where there is no particular neurosis, and we are dealing with a "normal" situation, then the interpretation must be adapted to this more normal state of affairs.

INT'ERPIRETATION
Table I: The + Functions:

TABLES
or by Desired

Desired Objectives,

Behavior Dictated Objectives, Table 11: The

x Functions:

The Existing

Situation, or Behavior Appropriate to the Existing Situation. Characteristics under Restraint, or

Table III:

The

=

Functions:

Behavior Inappropriate Existing Situation. Table IV: The - Functions:
Rejected teristics, or Suppressed

to

the

Charac-

or Anxiety-Laden Characteristics. Table V: The

+ - Functions:

Problem," or Behavior Resulting from Stress. The "Actual

Color selections which are psycholoqlcally less desirable are indicated in the Tables by the assignment of one, two or three asterisks (*). The greater the number of asterisks. the further removed from the norm is that particular color or group of colors. Appendix "B" (page 173) contains a table showing all possible groups and single colors, together with the relevant asstqnments of none, one, two or three *s.

94

95

+ 0 ••.. greyl

lable I

+ functions

+
Fascinated by the idea of an idealized association of tenderness and mutual enchantment. Embarrassed by the thought of allowing this to appear openly, and so employs cautious exploratory tactics in the pursuit of this objective, making sure that he is neither irrevocably committed nor found out.

I. ...

bluel

TABLE I: + FUNCTIONS
A percentage figure is shown next to all

+

and all -

combinations

in the
1 com-

s-ector tables, e.g., the figure of 0.6% appears next to the + 0 +

Grey/Violet 0.2%

+0+5

bination. These percentages state the average frequency of selection of each color combination and were derived from the results of 36,892 tests administered to male students ,ranging in age from twenty to thirty years.

+ 0 .... Grey/.
Grey 2.7%

+0

Unwilling to participate and wishes to avoid all forms of stimulation. Has had to put up with too much of a tiring or exhausting nature and now desires protsction and non-involvement.

Grey/Brown 0.6%

+0+6 +0+7

Desires protection against anything which might exhaust or tire him. Seeks a life of security and physical ease, free from any problem or disturbance.

**

*

Grey/Black 0.2%

Feels he has been unjustly and undeservedly treated and betrayed in his hopes. Disqruntled and in revolt against his existing circumstances which he considers an a.ffront.

Grey/B.lue 0.6%

+0+1

Feels exhausted

by conflict

and quarrelling

and de-

sires protection from them. Needs peaceful conditions and a tranquil environment in which to relax and recover.

+ 1 ....
Blue 15.9%

Blue/.
offer-

+1

Desires a tranquil,

peaceful

state of harmony

ing quiet contentment

and a sense of belonging.

Grey/Green 0.4%

+0+2

Feels the existing

circumstances

are hostile and is

exhausted by conflict and quarrelling. Wishes to protect himself and hides his intentions to avoid ex.posing them to attack, so that they will be safer and easier to achieve. Careful to avoid stirring up any opposition which might endanger his plans,

Blue/Gr,ey 1.2%

+1+0 +1+2
Blue/Green 3.8%

Needs release from stress. Longs for peace. tranquillity and contentment.

Needs a peaceful

environment.

Wants release from

*

stress, and freedom from conflicts or disagreement. Takes pains to control the situation and Its problems by proceeding cautiously. Has sensitivity of feeling and a fine eye for detail.

Grey/Red 0.5%

+0+3

Has exaggerated demands on life which are concealed behind specious rationalization and cautious behavior. Wishes to impress others with his achievements, but camouflages this desire and is inclined to be covert.

+1+3
Blue/Red 3.6%

Seeks affectionate. satisfying and harmonious relationshlps. Desires an intimate union, in which there is love, self-sacrifice and mutual trust.

Grey/Yellow 0.3%

+0+4

Desires release from an unsatisfactory situation and from existing burdens which are both depressing and intolerable. Seeking a way out. but feels there is no solution. Tries to protect himself against becoming involved in arguments and conflict.

+1+4
Blue/Yellow 1.4%

See'ks an affectionate

relattonshlp,

offering

fulfill-

ment and happiness. Capable of powerful emotional enthusiasm. Helpful, and willing to adapt himself if necessary to realize the bond of affection he desires. Needs the same consideration and understanding from others.

96

97

+ 2 ....
green!
Blue/Violet 4.4%

table I
Longs for tenderness and for a sensitivity of feeling into which he can blend. Responsive to anything esthetic and tasteful.

+ functions

+ 3 ....
red!
Needs recognition. Ambitious, wants to impress and be looked up to, to be both popular and admired. Seeks to bridge the gap which he feels separates him from others.

+1+5

Green/Yellow 2.3%

Blue/Brown 1.1%

+1+6

Desires a conflict-free haven offering security and physical ease. Is in need of considerate treatment and loving care. Fears the emptiness and solitude of separation.

'"

Green/Violet 4.2%

+2+5

Wants to make a favorable impression and be regarded as a special personality. Is therefore constantly on the watch to see whether he is succeeding in this and how others are reacting to him; this makes him feel that he is in control. Uses tactics cleverly in order to obtain influence and special recognition. Susceptible to the esthetic or original.

Blue/Black 0.5%

+1+7

Urgently in need of rest, relaxation, peace and affectionate understanding. Feels he has been treated with a lack of consideration and is upset and agitated as a result. Regards his situation as intolerable as long as his requirements are not complied with.

**
Green/Brown 1.8%

+ 2 ....
Green 18.1%

Green/.

+2

Seeks the determination and elasticity of will necessary to establish himself and to make himself independent despite the difficulties of his situation. Wants to overcome opposition and achieve recognition.

Feels too much is being asked of him and is tired out, but still wants to overcome his difficulties and establish himself despite the effect such an effort would have on him. Proud, but resigned in his attitude. Needs recognition, security and fewer problems.

'"

Green/Grey 0.7%

+2+0

Wants to establish himself and make an impact despite unfavorable circumstances and a general lack of appreciation.

Green/Black 0.5%

+2+7

Wants to prove to himself and others that nothing can affect him, that he is superior to any form of weakness. As a result, he acts with harshn.ess or severity and adopts an autocratic and self-willed attitude.

*'"

Green/Blue 3.5%

+2+1

Wants to make a favorable impression and be recognized. Needs to feel appreciated and admired. Sensitive and easily hurt if no notice is taken of him or if he is not given adequate acknowledgement.

+ 3 ..... Red/.

+3
Red 26.9%

Intense, vital and animated, taking a del:ight in action. Activity is directed towards success or conquest and there is a desire to live life to the full.

Green/Red . 5.2%

+2+3

Seeks Success. Wants to overcome obstables and opposition and to make his own decisions. Pursues his objectives single-mindedly and with initiative. Does not want to feel dependent on the good will of others.

Red/Grey 0.9%

+3+0

Wants to sweep aside the things that stand in his way, to follow his impulses and be involved in special or exciting happenings. In this way he hopes to deaden the intensity of his conflicts, but his impulsive behavior leads him to take risks.

98

99

+ 4 •..•
yellow/

table I
Strives for a l'ife rich in activity and experience, and' for a close bond offering sexual and emotional fulfillment.

+ functions

+ ,s ••. "
violet! Needs a way 01 escape from all that oppresses him and is clinging to vague and illusory hopes.

Red/Blue 4.4%

+3+1

,+ 4 + 0
Y'eUow/Grey 0.5% Yellow/Blue 1,2%

Red/Glreen 6.6%

+3+2

Pursues his objectives with intensity and does not allow himself to be deflected from his purpose. Wants to overcome the obstacles with which he is faced and to achieve special recognition and standing from his success.

+4+1

Hopes that ties of affection and good-fellowship will bring release and contentment. His own need for approval makes him ready to be of help to others and in exchange he wants warmth and understanding. Open to new ideas and possibilities which he hopes will prove fruitful and interesting.

*"

Red/Yellow

+3+4

Seeks success, stimulation and a life full of experience. Wants to develop freely and to shake off the shackles of self-doubt, to win and to live intensely. Likes contacts with others and is enthusiastic by nature. Receptive to anything new, modern or intriguing; has many interests and wants to expand his fields of activity. Optimistic about the future.

11.0%

Yellow/Green 2.2%

+4+2

Alert and keenly observant. Is seeking fresh avenues offering greater freedom and the chance to make the most of them. Wants to prove himself and to achieve recognition. Striving to bridge the gap which he feels separates him from others.

Red/Vllolet 3.5%

+3+5

Preoccupied with things of an intensely excitfrng nature, whether erotically stimulating or otherwise. Wants to be regarded as an exciting and interesting personality with an altogether charming and impressive influence on others .. Uses, tactics skIHfulty so as to avoid endanqerinq his chances of success or undermining others' confidence in himself.

Yellow/Red 6.7%

+4+3

His need to feel more causative and to have a wider sphere of influence makes him restless and he is driven by his desires and hopes. May try to spread his activities over too wide a field.

*

Yellow/V.iolet 1.2%

+4+5

Over-imaginative and given to fantasy or day-dreaming. Longs for interesting and exciting things to happen and wants to be admired for his charm.

*

Red/Brown 2.1%

Shelves his ambitions and forgoes his desire for prestige as he prefers to taka things easily and indulge his longing for comfort and security.
>I<

Yellow/Brown 0.·6%

+4+6

In despair and needs relief of some sort. Wants physical ease, a problem-free security and the chance to recover.

Red/Black 0.3%

+3+7

Wants to make up for what he feels he has missed by living with exaggerated intensity; in this way he feels he-can break tree from all the things that oppress him.

Yellow/Black 0.3%

+4+7

Tries to escape from his problems,

difficulties

and

tensions by abrupt, headstrong and ill-considered decisions or changes of direction.

***

+ 4,
Yellow 12.5% 100

+ 4 ..••

Yellow/.
Violet

+ 5 ....

Vlio.let/.

Needs a change in his circumstances or in his relationships which will perrrut relief from stress. Seeking a solution which will open up new and better possibilities and allow hopes to be fulfilled.

+5

15.3%

Needs to feel identified with someone or something and wishes to win support by his charm and amiability. Sentimental, and yearns for a romantic tenderness. 101

+ 5 ...• violet/
Violet/Grey 0.3%

table I
Longs for sensitive and sympathetic understanding and wants to protect himself against argument, conflict or any exhausting stresses.

+ functions

+ 6 ....

+5+0

+ 6 ....
*
Brown 4.7%

brown/

Brown/.

+6

Seeks freedom from problems and a secure state of physical ease in which to relax and recover.

Violet/Blue 4.1%

+5+1

Longs for a tender and sympathetic .bond and for a situation of idealized harmony. Has an imperative need for tenderness and affection. Susceptible to anything esthetic.

Brown/Grey 0.6%

+6+0

Violet/Green 4.8%

+5+2

Wants to make a favorable impression and be regarded as a special personality. Is therefore constantly on the watch to see whether he is succeeding in this and how others are reacting to him; this makes him feel that he is in control. Uses tactics cleverly in order to obtain influence and special recognition. Susceptible to the esthetic or original ..

Badly in need of rest and relaxation, freedom from conflict and the chance to recover. Wants to protect himself against destructive and exhausting influences. Longs for security and freedom from problems.

**

Brown/Blue 0.7%

+6+1

Wants contentment, physical ease and the absence of conflict. Needs security and clings to it so as not to have to suffer loneliness or separation.

'"

Violet/Red 3.3%

+5+3

Takes easily and quickly to anything which provides stimulation. Preoccupied with things of an intensely exciting nature, whether erotically stimulating or otherwise. Wants to be regarded as an exciting and interesting personality with an altogether charming and impressive influence on others. Uses tactics cleverly so as to avoid endangering his chances of success or undermining others' confidence in himself.

Brown/Green 1.2%

+6+2

Keeps himself under strict control so as not to break down under his difficulties. Needs a safer and easier situation in which he can feel more secure and have a chance to recover.

*

+6+3
Brown/Red 1.1% Brown/Yellow 0.5%

Has a powerful drive towards sensuousness.

*

Violet/Yellow 1.8%

+5+4

Wants interesting

and exciting

things to happen.

Able to make himself well-liked by his obvious interest and by the very openness of his charm. Overimaginative and given to fantasy or day-dreaming.

+6+4

Feels that there is little prospect of achieving his hopes and therefore surrenders himself to a life of sensuous ease, free from any problems.

Violet/Brown 0.6%

+5+6

Wishes to find his stimulation mosphere of sensuous luxury.

in a voluptuous

at-

*

Brown /Vlolet 0.4%

+6+5

Seeks luxury, sensuous comfort and the indulgence of a taste for the voluptuous.

~,

Violet/Black 0.4% 102

+5+7

Has an imperative need for some bond or fusion with another which will prove sensually fulfilling, but which will not conflict sense of fitness. with his convictions or

**

Brown/Black 0.2%

+6+7

Sets himself idealistic but illusory goals. Has been bitterly disappointed and turns his back on life in a weary self-disgust. Wants to forget it all and recover in a comfortable, problem-free situation.

***
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x functions

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Grey/Brown

xOx6

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xOx7

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x1x7

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x1
Blue

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x2

Persistent. Demands what he feels to be his due and endeavors to maintain his position intact.

x1

X

0

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Green/Grey

x2xO

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X1X2

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Green/Blue

x2x1 x2x3

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X

1X 3

Blue/Red

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Authoritative or in a position of authority, but liable to feel that further progress is rendered problematical by existing difficulties. Perseveres despite opposition.

Green/Red

X

1X4 1 X'S

Blue/YeHow

Willing and adaptable. Only at peace when closely attached to a person, group or organization on which reliance can be placed.

X
106

Blue/Violet

Sensitive; needs esthetic surroundings, or an equally sensitive and understanding partner with whom to share a warm intimacy.

Green/Yellow

x2x4

Trying to improve his position and prestige. Dissatisfied with his existing circumstances and considers some esteem. improvement essential to his self-

107

x 3 ....
red!

table II
Working to improve his image in the eyes of others in order to obtain their compliance and agreement with his needs and wishes.

x functions

x

4 ••••

Green/Violet

x2x5

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xa

yellow!

X

2

Exercises initiative in overcoming obstacles and difficulties. Either holds, or wishes to achieve, a position of authority in which control can be exerted over events,

Green/Brown

x2x6

Working to create for himself a firm foundation on wh Ich to erect a secure, comfortable and problemfree future, In which he will be granted respect and recognition.

Red/Yellow

x3x4

Volatile and outgoIng, Needs to feel that events are developing along desired lines, otherwiselrritation can lead to changeability or su perficial activities,

Green/Black

x2x7

Pursues his objectives and his own self-interest with stubborn determination: refuses to compromise or make concessions.

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A.eadily participates in things affording excitement or stimulation. Wants to feel exhilarated.

x 3 .... Red/ ..
R.ed

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x3x6

Unwilling to extend himself or exert undue effort (with the possible exception of sexual actlvttv), Feels that further progress requires more from him than he is willing or able to give. Would prefer reasonable comfort and security rather than the rewards of a greater ambition.

x3

Active, but feels that insufficient progress is being made or insufficient reward being obtained for the effort exerted.

Red/Grey

x3xO

Impulsive and irritable. His desires, and the actions involved, are paramount, insufficient consideration being given to their consequences. This leads to, or arises from, stress and conflict.

Red/Black

x3x7

Feels obstructed in his desires and prevented from obtaining the things he regards as essential. (The + group is an attempt to compensate for this and other conflicts.)

x 4 .••. Yellow/.

x 3 x'1
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with others. Needs a perand freedom from

of mutual understanding

Yellow

x4

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by anything

new, modern or intriguing, the ordinary

Liable to be bored by the humdrum, or the traditional.

108

109

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yellow/
Yellow/Grey

table II
Is seeking a solution to existing problems or anxieties, but is liable to find it difficult to decide on a right course to follow.

)( functions

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The existing situation contains critical or dangerous elements for which it is imperative that some solution be found. This may lead to sudden, even reckless, decisions. Self-willed and rejects any advice from others. (The + group is an attempt to compensate for this and other conflicts.)

x4xO

Yellow/Black

x4x7

Yellow/Blue

x4X1

Easily affected by his environment and readily moved by the emotions of others. Seeks congenial relationships and an occupation which will promote them.

x 5 .... Violet/.
Violet

x5

Seeks to express the need for identification in a sensitive and intimate atmosphere where esthetic or emotional delicacy can be protected and nurtured.

Yellow/Green

x4x2

Hopes to obtain an improved position and greater prestige, so that he can procure for himself more of the things he has had to do without.

Violet/Grey

x5xO

Seeks a close and understanding bond in an atmosphere of shared intimacy, as a protection against anxiety and conflict.

Yellow/Red

x4x3

Active, outgoing and restless. Feels frustrated by the slowness with which events develop along the desired lines. This leads to irritability, changeability and lack of persistence when pursuing a given objective.

Violet/Blue

x5x1

Seeks to share a bond 01 understanding intimacy in an esthetic atmosphere of peace and tenderness.

Violet/Green

x5x2

Working to improve his image in the eyes of others so as to obtain their compliance and agreement with his needs and wishes.

Yellow/Violet

x4x5

Imaginative

and sensitive;

seeking

an outlet

for

th~se qualities-especially in the company of someone equally sensitive. Interest and enthusiasm are readily aroused by the unusual or the adventurous.

Violet/Red

x5x3 x5x4

Readily participates in things affording excitement or stimulation. Wants to feel exhilarated.

x 4 x'6
Yellow/Brown 110

Insecure. Seeks roots, stability, emotional security and an environment providing greater ease and fewer problems.

Violet/Yellow

Imaginative and sensitive; seeking an outlet for these qualities-especially in the company of someone equally sensitive. Interest and enthusiasm are readily aroused by the unusual or the adventurous. 111

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Dissatisfied. The need to escape continued involvement with his present circumstances makes it imperative for him to find some solution. (The + group indicates the compensatory method likely to be adopted.)

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Needs, and insists on having, a close and understanding relationship. or at least some method of satisfying a compulsion to feel identified. (The + group is an attempt to compensate for this and other conflicts.)

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Needs peace and quiet. Desires a close and faithful partner from whom to demand special consideration and unquestioning affection. If these requirements are not met, is liable to turn away and withdraw altogether. (The requirements he demands from his environment or from the partner will be indicated in the + group.)

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Physical illness, over-tension or emotional distress have taken a severe toll. His self-esteem has been reduced and he now needs peaceful conditions and considerate treatment to permit recovery. (The + group is an attempt to compensate for this and other conflicts.)

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Not only considers his demands minimal. but also regards them as imperative. Sticks to them stubbornly and will concede nothing. (The + group is an attempt to compensate for this and other conflicts.)

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Feels obstructed in his desires and prevented from obtaining the things he regards as essential. (The + group is an attempt to compensate for this and other conflicts.)

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The existing situation contains critical or dangerous elements for which it is imperative that some solution be found. This may lead to sudden, even reckless, decisions. Self-willed and rejects any advice from others. (The + group is an attempt to compensate for this and other conflicts.)

*

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Willing to participate and to allow himself to become involved, but tries to fend of! conflict and disturbance in order to reduce tension.

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Relationships rarely measure up to his high emotional expectations and his need to be made much of, leading to disappomtment (often characteristic of mother-fixation, taking the form of either strong attachment to, or resentment of, the mother). Always has mental reservations and tends to remain emotionally isolated and unattached.

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Feels he is receiving less than his share, but that he will have to conform and make the best of his situation.

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Willing to become emotionally involved and able to Grey/Brown achieve satisfaction from sexual activity.

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his vulnerability, he therefore continues to resist this state ot affairs, but feels dependent on the attachment. This not only depresses him but makes him irritable and impatient, producing considerable restlessness and the urge to get away from the situation, either actually or, at least, mentally. Ability to concentrate may suffer. In brief: Restless dissattsfaction. (The + group is therefore needed pensation .) as a com-

TABLE IV: - FUNCTIONS
A percentage figure is shown next to all + and all - combinations in the 8-color tables, e.g., the figure of 0.9% appears next to the -0 -1 combinations. These percentages state the average frequency of selection of each color combination and were derived from the results of 36,892 tests administered to male students ranging in age from twenty to thirty years.

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Grey 23.1%

-0

PhYSiological interpretation: Displays impatience and agitation (in 8th position, and especially when classed as an "anxiety"), Psychological interpretation: Feels that life has far more to offer and that there are still important things to be achieved-that life must be experienced to the full. As a result, he pursues his objectives with a fierce intensity and will not let go of things. Becomes deeply involved and runs the risk of being unable to view things with sufficient objectivity, or calmly enough; is therefore in danger of becoming agitated and of exhausting his nervous energy. Cannot leave things alone and feels he can only be at peace when he has finally reached his goal. In brief: Impatient involvement.

-0-2
Grey/Green 0.4%

Physiological tnterptetetio«: Will-power and perseverance are in danger of being overwhelmed by excessive stress (especially in 7th & 8th positions, but also in 6th & 7th). Psychological interpretation: Resilience and tenacity have become weakened. Feels overtaxed, worn out and getting nowhere, but continues to stand his ground. He feels this adverse situation as an actual tangible pressure which Is intolerable to him and from which he wants to escape, but he feels unable to make the necessary decision. In brief: Unresolved: pressure. (The + group pensation.) is therefore needled asa. com-

Grey/Blue 0.9%

-0-1

Physiological interpretation: Refuses to relax or give in. Holding exhaustion and depression at bay by keeping active (especially in 7th & 8th positions; but also, to a lesser extent, in 6th & 7th). Psychological interpretation: An existing situation or relationship is unsatisfactory, but he feels unable to change it to bring about the sense of belonging which he needs. Unwilling to expose

-0-3
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0.5%

Physiological interpretation: Suppressed aqltatlon resulting from the attempt to resist any form of stimulation or excitement. Can lead to irritability., angry outbursts or even sexual neuroses. There is a possibility of cardiac complaints. Psychological interpretation: The situation is re'garded as threatening and dangerous .. Outraged at the thought that he will be unable to achieve his goals and distressed at his feeling of helpless127

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-0 ....
grey/

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ness to remedy this. Over-extended and feels beset. possibly to the point of nervous prostration. In brief: Helpless irritability. (The + group is therefore pensation .)

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grey/
tection against his own tendency to be too trusting.

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Grey/Brown 3.8%

-0-6

PhYSiological interpretation: Suppression of the physical and nervous requirements of the body (in 7th & 8th posltlons, and especially when classed as an "anxiety"). Psychological interpretation: The existing situation is disagreeable. Has an unsatisfied need to ally himself with others whose standards are as high as his own, and to stand out from the rank and file. His control of his sensual instincts restricts his ability to give himself, but the resulting isolation leads to the urge to surrender and allow himself to merge with another. This disturbs him, as such instincts are regarded as weaknesses to be overcome: he feels that only by continued self-restraint can he hope to maintain his attitude

Grey/Yellow 1.7%

-0-4

Physiologicaf interpretation: Stresses resulting from disappointment have led to agitation (especially in 7th & 8th positions, but also, to a lesser extent, in 6th & 7th). Psychological interpretation: Unfulfilled expectations have led to uncertainty and an apprehensive watchfulness. Badly needs to feel secure and protected against further disappotntment, being passed over, or losing standing and prestige. Doubtful that things will be any better in the future, but inclined nevertheless to make exaggerated demands and to reject compromise. In brief: Apprehensive insecurity. (The + group pensation.) is therefore needed as a com-

**

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Grey/Violet 1.7%

-0-5

Physiological interpretation: Stress due to suppressed sensitivity (in 7th & 8th positions, and especially when classed as an "anxiety"). Psychological interpretation: Delights in the tasteful, the gracious and the sensitive, but maintains his attitude of critical appraisal and refuses to be swept off his feet unless genuineness and inteqrity can be absolutely vouched for. Therefore keeps a strict and watchful control on his emotional relationships as he must know exactly where he stands. Demands complete sincerity as a pro-

-0-7
Grey/Black 15.3%

PhYSiological interpretation: Pronounced susceptibility to outside stimuli (in 7th & 8th positions, and especially when classed as an "anxiety"). Psychological interpretation: Wants to overcome a feeling of emptiness and to bridge the gap which he feels separates him from others. Anxious to experience life in all its aspects, to explore all its possibilities and to live it to the full. He therefore resents any restriction or limitation being imposed on him and insists on being free and unhampered. In brief: Expectant self-determinism.

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Physiological interpretation: Will power and perseverance are in danger of being: overwhelmed by excessive stress. (Especially in 7th & 8th positions, but also in 6th & 7th.) Psychologicaf interpretation: Resilience and tenacity are being overtaxed by the continued attempt to overcome existing difficulties. Sticks to his objectives but feels subjected to intolerable pressure. Considers it impossible to change the situation into one of co-operation and mutual trust and so desires to be free of it altogether. In brief: Pressure arising from stress and discord. (The + group lis therefore needed as a compensatron.)

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Physiological interpretation: Refuses to relax or give in, Holding exhaustion and depression at bay by keeping active (especially in 8th position; far less so in 6th position). Psychological interpretation: An existing. situation or mlationship .is unsatisfactory, but he feels unable to change it to bring about the sense of belonging which he needs. Unwilling to expose his vutnerability, he therefore continues to resist this state of affairs, but feels dependent on the attachment. This not only depresses him, but makes him Irritable and Impatient, producing considerable restlessness and the urge to get away from the situation,either actually or, at least, mentally .. Ability to concentrate may suffer. In brief: Restless dissatisfaction. (The + group is therefore needed as a compensation ..)

Blue/Green 0.2%

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Physiological interpretation: Suppressed agitation resujtinq from unsatisfactory or discordant personal relationships. Can lead to irritability. angry outbursts or sexual neuroses. There is a possibility of cardiac complaints. Psychological interpretation: Oonslderable distress is ariSing from some unsatisfactory relationship. He feels helpl.ess to restore affilnity and any semblance of mutual trust, so the situation is regarded as a depressing and unhappy state which he must continue to tolerate. Beset to the point of nervous prostration. In brief: Helpless and irritable disharmony. (The + group is therefore needed as a compensation.)

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Physiological interpretation: Will power, resilience and the ability to stand up to opposition are in danger of being overwhelmed by excessive stress (especially in 8th position; in 6th position this is less pronounced, but still present). Psychological interpretation: The tenacity and strength of will necessary to contend with existing difficulties has become weakened. Feels overtaxed, worn out and getting nowhere, but continues to stand his ground. He feels this adverse situation as an actual tangible pressure which is intolerable to him and from which he wants to escape, but he feels unable to make the necessary decision. In brief: Reluctance to take the steps necessary to resolve a stress situation. (The + group is therefore needed as a compensation.)

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Physiological interpretation: The ability to withstand pressure has been overtaxed, leading to stress and frustration, impatience and irritability (especially in 7th & 8th positions; but also, to a lesser extent, in 6th & 7th). Psychological interpretation: Has lost the resilience and strength of will necessary to contend with existing difficulties. Feels overtaxed and getting nowhere, but continues to stand his ground and still pursues his objectives with a fierce intensity. This subjects him to intolerable pressure from which he wants to escape, but he cannot bring himself to make the necessary decision. As a result he remains firmly involved in the problem and can neither view it objectively nor get rid of it-he cannot leave it alone and feels he will only be at peace when he has reached his objective. Green/Red 0.2%

Physiological interpretation: Distress and agitation resulting from the attempt to avoid any form of stimulation or excitement. Regards his environment as hostile and is under great pressure. Irritable or angry outbursts, with the possibility of sexual neuroses or cardiac complaints. Psychological interpretation: Distressed by the apparent hostility of the environment. Feels coerced and subjected to intolerable pressure. Is rebellious and resentful of what he regards as unreasonable demands on him, but feels powerless to control the situation and unable to protect himself. In brief: Helpless rebelliousness. (The + group is therefore sation.) needed as a compen-

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Physiological interpretation: Stress and anxiety due to conflict between hope and necessity, following acute disappointment. Psychological interpretation: Disappointment and u nfulfilled hopes have given rise to an anxious uncertainty, while doubts that things will be any better in the future lead to the postponement of essential decisions. This conflict between hope and necessity is creating considerable pressure. Instead of resolving this by facing up to making the essential decision, he is likely to immerse himself in the pursuit of trivialities as an escape route. In brief: Frustrated vacillation. (The + group is therefore needed as a compensation.)

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Physiological interpretation: Stress cessive self-restraint in the attempt and esteem of others (especially tions; materially less in 6th & 7th

resulting from exto win the regard in 7th & 8th posipositions).

Psychological interpretation: Has an unsatisfied need to ally himself with others whose standards are as high as his own, and to stand out from the rank and file. This subjects him to considerable stress, but he sticks to his attitudes despite lack of appreciation. Finds the situation uncomfortable and would like to break away from it, but refuses to compromise with his opinions. Unable to resolve the situation

***

because he continually postpones making the necessary decision as he doubts his ability to withstand the opposition Which would result. Needs the esteem of others, compliance with his w,ishes and respect for his oplntons before he can feel at ease and secure. In brief: Stubborn teem. but ineffectual needed demand for es-

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-2-7

PhYSiological interpretation: Frustration at unacceptable restrictions on his freedom of action is producing stress (especially in 7th & 8th positions; materially less in 6th & 7th positions). Psychological interpretation: Seeks independence and freedom from any restriction and therefore avoids obligations or anything which might prove hampering. He is being subjected to considerable pressure and wants to escape from it so that he can obtain what he needs, but tends to lack the necessary strenqth of purpose to succeed in this. In brief: Frustrated desire for independence and freedom of action. (The + group is therefore needed as a compensation.)

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Physiological interpretation: Suppressed agitation resultinq from the attempt to resist any additional stimulation combined with the inability to relax cause him to drive himself beyond the capacity of his resou rces. Impatient, irritable and hectic, with the possibility of hypertension or other cardiac trouble. Psychological interpretation: Distressed by the unsatisfactory state of some close association. Feels unable to do anything to restore affinity and mutual trust, and considers that he is tied down in an unhappy situation from which he cannot escape. In brief: Distress resulting from disharmony. (The + group is therefore sation.) needed as a compen-

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Physiological interpretation: Suppressed and pentup agitation resulting from the attempt to resist any additional stimulation, leading to irritability, angry outbursts or even sexual neuroses. There is a possibility of cardiac trouble. (Especially significant in 8th positions, but still present in 6th position.) Psychological interpretation: The situation is regarded as threatening and dangerous. Outraged by the thought that he will be unable to achieve his goals and distressed at the feeling of helplessness to remedy this. Over-extended and feels beset, possibly to the paint of nervous prostration. In brief: Helplessness. (The + group is therefore needed as a compensation.)

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Physiological interpretation: Suppressed agitation resulting from the attempt to resist any additional stimulation. Impatient, erratic and irritable, with the possibility of hypertension or other cardiac trouble. (Especially in 7th & 8th positions., but also, to a lesser extent in 6th & 7th positions.) Psychological interpretation: The situation is regarded as threatening and dangerous. Resentful that what he has striven so hard for is being menaced, and desperate because he feels powerless to prevent it-fears that he is going to miss out altogether. Unable to view the situation objectively, but extremely agitated and cannot rest in his attempts to remove this threat to his desires. Over-extended and feels beset, possibly to the point of nervous prostration. In brief: Desperate ag itation. (The + group is therefore needed as a compensation.)

Physiological interpretation: Agitated helplessness and inability to control events are subjecting him to great stress. Possibility of cardiac trouble and / or muscular spasm. Psychological interpretation: Acutely distressed by what appears as a hostile environment. Feels he is being subjected to intolerable pressure and driven against his will. Rebellious and resentful at what he considers unreasonable demands on him, but feels powerless to control the situation or protect himself in any way. In brief: Helpless resentment. (The + group is therefore needed as a compensation.)

***

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Physiological interpretation: Stresses resulting from disappointment have led to agitation and anxiety. Psychological interpretation: Eager to make a good impression, but worried and doubtful about the likelihood of succeeding. Feels that he has a right to anything he might hope for, and becomes helpless

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and distressed when circumstances go against him. Finds the mere possibility of failure most upsetting and this can even lead to nervous prostration. Sees himself as a "victim" who has been misled and reality and to achieve others. abused, mistakes this dramatization for tries to convince himself that his failure standing and recognition Is the fault of In brief: Unrealistic self-justification. (The + group is therefore needed as sation.)

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-4 ....
yellow!
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***
a compen-

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Physiological interpretation: Stress resulting from frustration in his attempts to achieve security and understanding (especiaUy in 7th & 8th positions; materially less in 6th & 7th positions). Psychological intetptetetion: Is responsive to outside stimuli and wants to experience everything intensely, but is finding the existing situation extremely frustrating. Needs sympathetic understanding and a sense of security. Distressed by his apparent powerlessness to achieve his goals. In brief: Frustrated empathy. (The + group is therefore needed as a compensation.)

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Physiological interpretation: Stress arising from the frustrations of an unwanted situation (mainly in 7th & 8th positions; less so in 6th & 7th). Psychological interpretation: Feels trapped in a disagreeable situation and powerless to remedy it. Angry and disgruntled as he doubts that he will be able to achieve his goals and frustrated almost to the point of nervous prostration. Wants to get away, feel less restricted and free to make his own decisions. In brief: Frustrated desire for independence. (The + group is therefore needed as a compensation.)

*

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Physiological interpretation: Tension arising from nervous prostration or from sexual stress, due to excessive self-restraint <In 7th & 8th positions; minor in 6th & 7th). Psychological interpretation: Feels unappreciated and finds the existing situation disagreeable. Wants personal recognition and the esteem of others to compensate for the lack of like-minded people with whom to aUy himself and make himself more secure. His sensual self-restraint makes it difficult for him to give himself, but the resulting isolation leads to the urge to surrender and merge with another. This disturbs him as he regards such instincts as weak-

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Physiofogical interpretation: Stresses resulting from disappointment have led to agitation (especlafly in 8th position; far less so in 6th position). Psychological interpretation: Unfulfilled hopes have led to uncertainty and apprehension. Needs to feel secure and to avoid any further disappointment, and fears being passed over or losing standing and prestige. Doubts that things will be any better in the future and this negative attitude leads him to make exaggerated demands and to refuse to make reasonable compromises. In brief: Agitated pessimism; fearful of losing prestige. 141

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-4 ....
yellow I
Physiological interpretation: Stress and anxiety due to conflict between hope and necessity, following acute disappointment. Psychological interpretation: Disappointment and unfulfilled hopes have given rise to an anxious uncertainty, while doubts that things wiH be any better in the future lead to the postponement of essential decisions. This conflict between hope and necessity is creating considerable pressure. Instead of resolving this by facing up to making the essential decision, he is likely to immerse himself in the pursuit of trivialities as an escape route. In brief: Frustrated vacillation. (The + group is therefore sation.) needed as a com pen-

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Physiological interpretation: Uncertainty and worry over missing opportunities have led to a condition of agitated tension (especially in 7th & 8th positions; materially less in 6th & 7th positions). Psychological interpretation: Feels that life must yield more than it is and that his hopes and desires must somehow be realized-that they must be granted in their entirety. The existing uncertainty causes considerable worry and he is tensely on his guard against missing any opportunity. Anxious to avoid further setbacks, any loss of standing or prestige. Tri.es to make sure that he will not be overlooked and badly needs security. In brief: Tensely expectant. (The + group is therefore needed as a compensation.)

*

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Physiological interpretation: Stresses resulting from disappointment have led to agitation and anxiety. Psychological interpretation: Eager to make a good impression, but worried and doubtful about the likelihood of succeeding. Feels that he has a right to anything he might hope tor, and becomes helpless and distressed when circumstances go against him. Finds the mere possibility of failure most upsetting and this can even lead to nervous prostration. Sees himself as a "victim" who has been misled and abused, mistakes this dramatization for reality, and tries to convince himself that his failure to achieve standing and recognition is the fault of others. In brief: Unrealistic self-justification. (The + group is therefore needed as a compensation.)

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Physiological interpretation: Stress and anxiety have resulted from emotional oisappotntrnent (especially in 7th & 8th positions, but also in 6th & 7th). Psychological interpretation: An emotional relationship is no longer running smoothly, has proven deeply disappointing and is now regarded as a depressing tie. While on the one hand, he would like to free himself from this attachment altogether, yet, on the other, he does not want to lose anything nor risk uncertainty and the possibility of further disappointment. These contradictory emotions aggravate him to such an extent that he tries to suppress them beneath an aloof and severe attitude. In brief: Stress arising from emotional disappointment. (The

***

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***
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-4 ....
yellow/

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Psychological interpretation: Suppresses his innate enthusiasm and imaginative nature, for fear that he might be carried away by it only to find himself pursuing some will-o'-the-wisp. Feels he has been misled and abused and has withdrawn to hold himself cautiously aloof from others. Keeps a careful and critical watch to see whether motives towards him are sincere-a watchfulness which easily develops into suspicion and distrust. In brief: "Once bitten, twice shy"; emotional disappointment leading to watchful mistrust of motive. (The + group is therefore needed as a compensation.)

- functions

-5 ....
vlolet/
Physiological interpretation: Stress resulting from disappointment and watchful self-protection against further setback (mainly in 7th & 8th positions). Psychological interpretation: Unfulfilled hopes have led to uncertainty and a tense watchfulness. Insists on freedom of action and resents any form of control other than that which is self-imposed. Unwililing to go without or to relinquish anything and demands secu rity as a protection against any further setback or loss of position and prestige. Doubts that things will be any better in the future and this negative attitude leads him to exaggerate his claims and to refuse reasonable compromises. In brief: Watchful and retentive. (The + group Is therefore needed as a compensation.)

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Physiological interpretation: Stress resulting from the effort to conceal worry and anxiety under a cloak of self-reliance and unconcern (mainly in 7th & 8th positions; far less in 6th & 7th). Psychological interpretation: The existing situation is disagreeable. Feels lonely and uncertain as he has an unsatisfied need to ally himself with others whose standards are as high as his own, and wants to stand out from the rank and file. This sense of isolation magnifies the need into a compelling urge, all the more upsetting to his self-sufficiency because of the restraint he normally imposes on himself. Since he wants to demonstrate the unique quality of his own character, he tries to suppress this need for others and affects an attitude of unconcerned self-reliance to conceal his fear of inadequacy, treating those who criticize his behavior with contempt. However, beneath this assumption of indifference he really longs for the approval and esteem of others. In brief: Disappointment leading to assumed indifference. (The + group is therefore needed as a compensation.)

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Physiological interpretation: Stress due to suppressed sensitivity (in 8th position only; mild if not classed as an "anxiety"). Psychological interpretation: Delights in the tasteful, the gracious and the sensitive, but maintains his attitude of critical appraisal and refuses to be swept off his feet unless genuiness and integrity can be absolutely vouched for. Therefore keeps a strict and watchful control on his emotional relationships as he must know exactly where he stands. Demands complete sincerity as a protection against his own tendency to be too trus1ing. In brief: Controlled and analytical responsiveness.

Violet/Grey 1.7%

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derstanding. Wishes to act only in conformity with his own convictions. Demands freedom to make his own decisions without being subjected to interference, outside influence or the necessity of making compromises. In brief: Demands independence and "straight dealing."

*

Violet! Brown 1.0%

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suppression of physical or sexual desires and insufficient consideration for bodily needs (in 8th position only and especially if classed as an "anxiety"). Psychological interpretation: Has an unsatisfied need to ally himself with others whose standards are as high as his own, and to stand out from the common herd. This desire for pre-eminence isolates him and inhibits his readiness to give himself freely. While he wants to surrender and let himself go, he regards this as a weakness which must be resisted. This self-restraint, he feels, will litt him above the rank and file and ensure recognition as a unique and distinctive personality. In brief: Demands esteem from others.

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Physiological interpretation: Stress arising from suppression of physlcat or sexual desires and insufficient consideration for bodily needs (in 7th & 8th positions only and especially if classed as an .'anxiety") Psychological interpretation: The existing situation is disagreeable. Has an unsatisfied need to ally himself with others whose standards are as high as his own, and to stand out from the common herd. His control of his sensual instincts restricts 149

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Physiological interpretation: Stress rasuttinq from unwelcome restriction or limitation (only if classed as an "anxiety" in 7th & 8th positions). Psychological interpretation: Strives for straight-forward relationships, founded on mutual trust and un-

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his ability to give himself, but the resulting isolation leads to the urge to surrender and allow himself to merge with another. This disturbs him, as such instincts are regarded as weaknesses to be overcome; he feels that only by continued selfrestraint can he hope to maintain his attitude of individual superiority. Wants to be loved or admired for himself alone; needs attention, recognition and the esteem of others. In brief: Demands esteem as an exceptional individual.

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feeling of emptiness and of separation from others. Believes that life still has far more to offer and that he may miss his share of experiences if he fails to make the best use of every opportunity. He therefore pursues his objectives with a fierce intensity and commits himself deeply and readily. Feels himself to be completely competent in any field in which he engages, and can sometimes be considered by others to be interfering or meddlesome. In brief; Intense involvement.

*

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-7-4
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-7-2
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ceptable restrictions on his freedom of action is producing stress (especially in 7th & 8th positions, but also in 6th & 7th).

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Physiological interpretation: Stress resulting from unwelcome restriction or limitation (in 7th & 8th positions. but mainly if classed as an "anxiety"). Psychological interpretation: Sensitive and impressionable, prone to absorbing enthusiasms. Seeks an idealized-but so far unfulfilled-situation in which he can share with another a complete accord and mutual depth of understanding. Feels there is a risk of belnq exploited if he is too ready to trust others and therefore demands proof of their sincerity, Needs to know exactly where he stands in his relationships. In brief: Demand for shared independence.

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Anxiety and restless dissatisfaction, either with circumstances or with unfulfilled emotional requirements, have produced tension and stress. His attempt to escape from these consists of creating at least an outward semblance of peace by refusing to allow himself to be involved. (For additional details, see pp. [54-57], [52-54].)

**

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Failure to establish himself in a manner consonant with his own high opinion of his worth, combined with the continued eHort to prove himself with inadequate resources, have resulted in considerable stress. Tries to escape from these excessive demands on his meager reserves by adopting a defensive attitude in which he refuses to be committed, or to be involved in further unpleasantness. (For additional details, see pp. [58-60], [52-54].)

IBlack/Brown 3.5%

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LITERATURE ABOUT THE LUSCHER C'OLOR 'TEST'
J. As.rom and E. Tobiason J. G. H. Boks!I'ag
"A Clinical Trial of the Luscher Colour Test," Medico (Boehringer Mannhelrn) 1965, Nr. 2, 53. "Alter und Gesch lecht im Luscher-Test und der Einfluss des Versuchsleiters," Ausdruckskunde 2, 1955,34. "LeeftiJd en Geslacht bij de Luscher- Test en de lnvloed van de Proetleider," Nederlandsch Tijdschriff voor de Psych%gie en haar Grensgebieden6,

F. DiHmar
W.IEggert

"Attektstorunqen be! der vegetativen ,Dystonia," Verhandl. Otsch. Ges. Inn. Med. 68, 1962, 129, "Eine neue Methode zur Objektivierung dar vegatativen Stbrungen, Medizinische Welt 1965, Nr, 3,

155.
W. Eggert "Wirkungsnacl1weis zentraler Hegulatoren bel vegetativen Funktionstorungen mit Hilfe des LuscherTests," Medizinische Welt 1967, 65. "Diagnostik funktioneJler Syndrome U,ischer-Farbtest," Scientific Supplement Medica, 1N0rdmark 1965, INr. 54. "Uber die Erkennungsmbglichkeit im Farbentest," Die Medizinische 1769. mit dem to Materia

W .. IEggert

J. G. H. Boksla.g

J. Erbsloh

der Dyspareunia Welt 1955, INr. 51,

1954,497. J. G. H. Bokslag
L. Busch L. Busch "Die anamnestisch verzeichnete Religion irn LuscherTest," Psych'ologia Aefigionis, Basel 1956, Nr. 2. "Der chronische Alkoholismus im Luscher-Farbtest," Medizinische Klinik 59, 1964, 254. "Die physiologischen Kornponenten bel tarbpsychologischen Untersuchungen," Die Medizinische Welt 1965, 2582. "Le test de Luscher," Bulletin de Psych%gie, 225, tome XVII 2-7, Paris 1963, 322-326. "Zur Entwick,lung 10, 1958, 132. der Ehekonfl.ikte," Nr.

J. Erbsloh

"Die Adipositas und ihre Behandlung aus der Siehl der Farbenpsyehologie," Die Medizinische Welt 1957, Nr. 10, 349. "Der t.uscher-Farbteet,': Die Medizinische Welt

J. Erbsloh Ji. Erbs.IOh

1956, 363.
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J. Erbsloh
I. Luscher

"Verhaltensweisen hospitalisierter Kinder," Dissertation (leading to the diploma) at the Institute for Abnormal Children of 'Freiburg University, Switzerland, 1967. "Contributo alia studio del test cromatico di Luscher," Riv. Ita I. di Med. e igiens della scuote. vol. VI, fasc. 1.1,1960. Der 8-Farbentest 19S8. in seiner heutigen Form. Berlin

40, 2087. J. Erbsl6h
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H. Dietschyand 'N. Dietschy 174

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J. ErbslOh

"Farbwahl und Charakter von zentralbrasilianischen Indianern," Acta tropic a, Basel, 15 1958, 241..

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"The Luscher-Colour-Test-ca Highly Reliable Procedure in the Psychodiagnostics of Functional Disorders," Medico (Boehringer Mannheim) 1961, Nr.4. "Le test des couleurs de U.lscher-une methode partlculierement efficace dans Ie psychodiagnostic des maladies fonctionnelles," Medico (Boehringer Mannheim) 1961, Nr. 4. "EI test cromatico de t.uscher=un metodo particularmente exacto para el psicodiaqnostico de los trastornos funcionales," Medico (Boehringer Mannheim) 1961, Nr. 4. "Farben helfen heilen," (4 color reproductions) Therapie des Monats (Boehringer Mannhe.im) 1960, Nr. 5, 228. "Colour Psychology and Medicine (1) Colours Do Not Lie," Medico (Boehrlnqer Mannheim) 1961, Nr. 1. (Article also publlshed in French and Spanish, Medico 1961, Nr. 1.) "Die Adipositas im Lichte des Farbtests," MedicoEuropean Edition (Boehrinqer Mannheim) 1963, Nr.2. "Obesity in the Light of the Colour Test," Medico (Boehringer Mannheim), 1961, Nr. 3. (Article also published in French and Spanish, Medico 1961, Nr. 3.)

H. Klar and IR. Gorlz

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R. Gortz

H. Klar

"The Emotional and Psychological Dlfferenclll tween Pregnant and Non-pregnant Women." Modlco (Boehringer Mannheim) 1963, Nr. 2. (Article al 0 published in French, Spanish and ltallan, Medico 1963, Nr. 2.) "Der l.ilscner-Farbtest, eine besonders zuverliisslg und zeitsparende Methode zur Personlichkeltsbeur teilung. (Tab. + + )," Medico-European Edition (Boehringer Mannheim) 1963, Nr. 5. "Colour Psychology and Medicine (Tab ·f -I )," Medico (8oehringer Mannheim) 1963, Nr. 3. (Artlel also published in French, Spanish and Italian, Medico 1963. Nr. 3.) "Zur Aufdeckung der krankmachenden Konlilk. tursachen mit dem t.uscher-rest. (Tab + _)." Medico-European Edition (Boehringer Mannheim) 1964, Nr. 2. "The Discovery of Pathogenic Sources of Confllcl by means of the LUscher Test. (Tab + -)," Medico (Boehringer Mannheim) 1964, Nr. 2. (Article III n published in French and Spanish, Medico 1904, Nr. 2.) "Zur Prophylaxe der psychisch bedingten F'etlsLlcll'l Die Chi-Quad rat-Methode beim Luscher-Parbtm t," Medizinische Welt 1965, Nr. 3, 150. "The Prophylactic Treatment of Psycho J III! Adiposity. The Chi-Square Method in the Lu. r.llI , Colour Test," Medico (8oehringer Mannheirn) ,II! Nr. 1. (Article also published in Spanish, Mill/II II 1966, Nr. 1.)

H. Klar

H. Klar and

J. S. Endres
H. Klar

H.. Klar

H. Klar

H. Klar

H. Klar

H. Klar

H. Klar

"Ilber Opiumraucher und ihre psychischen Veranderunqen unmittelbar nach dem Rauchen," Medico-European Edition (Boehringer Mannheim) 1964, Nr. 5, 136.
"Opium Smokers and the Psychological and Emotional Changes that take place immediately after Smoking," Medico (8oehringer Mannheim) 1962, Nr. 1. (Article also published in French, Spanish and Italian, Medico 1962, Nr. 1.) "An Aid in Diagnosing Frigidity: the Luscher Colour Test," Medico (Boehringer Mannheim) 1962, Nr. 2. (Article also published in French, Spanish and Italian, Medico 1962, Nr. 2.) "Farbpsychologie und Medizin. der Seele," Medico-European Mannheim) 1963, Nr. 1. Vom Fingerabdruck Edition (Boehringer

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"Colour Psychological Test on x Ullin 1111111 Anxiety," Medico (Boehringer Mannhelrn) III Il, NI 4. (Article also published in Sp nlsh, Mmi/I (J I til I, Nr. 4.) "Die sexuelle Verfuhrbnrk Arz1fiche Praxis 20, 19611,Nr II dl 1111, , I III ~J I Imll I,
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