Wired Magazine published an article on the history of psychological testing. The reason: Julian Rothenstein, founder of Redstone Press, edited a book on the subject which will be released in September by Princeton Architectural Press. The title: Psychbook. Games, Tests, Questionnaires. The blurb reads:
Who knew a trip to the therapist could be so much fun, even aesthetically rewarding? Beyond sharing feelings or complaining about your mother, Psychobook reveals the rich history of psychological testing in a fascinating sideways look at classic testing methods, from word-association games to inkblots to personality tests.
Psychobook includes never-before-seen content from long-hidden archives, as well as reimagined tests from contemporary artists and writers, to try out yourself, at home or at parties. A great gift for the therapist in your life and the therapist in you, for anyone interested in the history of psychology and psychological paraphernalia, or for anyone who enjoys games and quizzes. Psychobook will brighten your day and outlook.
To read the Wired article and view a couple of the images from the book, click here.