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In mid-June, the physician and Wikipedia editor posted 10 Rorschach inkblots and the most common interpretations of them at the online encyclopedia, a move that has plunged him into an intense, and at times personal, debate with psychologists who want the 86-year-old evaluation method kept from the public eye.
The association's policy states that tests constitute a “trade secret” and should be withheld from the public to prevent “significant negative impact on the health of Canadians.”
The test might be a trade secret, but the copyright protection expired long ago. Even so, a German publishing company that sells licenses to the Rorschach images is considering legal action against Wikipedia.
Originally posted by FlyersFan
Wonder what that means.
Originally posted by masqua
I see two high-heeled Las Vegas dancers trying to bag a black one-eyed pumpkin.