"To each of three wildly different ink blots, she had responded, 'A banana.'"

The Rorschach test (devised by Hermann Rorschach in 1921) is mainly administered by psychologists to detect psychological disorders from a subject’s free association interpretation of inkblots on ten pages. Their interpretations are analysed using scientific algorithms along with what the subject does or says throughout the test. In the 1960s the Rorschach test was widely used and remains popular today,  especially in revised test scoring systems, but the test’s reliability has been questioned.More Information: (non-scientific) Online Rorschach Test