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Abstract

This article discusses projective methodologies for psychologists working in secondary schools and its main features, the classification of projective methods.

Keywords

projection, projective methods, constitutional methods, constructive methods.

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Zukurbaev Furkat Rixsitillaevich, “THE IMPORTANCE OF EFFECTIVE USE OF PROJECTIVE METHODOLOGIES IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 5, no. CONGRESS, p. 2, Oct. 2020.

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