In this test a blindfolded subject is given the following instructions:
I am going to let you smell various odors. As I present each of them to you I want you to invent a short anecdote or episode suggested by the odor. Please try to develop your story from the first association that comes to mind.
The following odors were presented: ginger, sage, soap and water, acetone, tobacco, art gum eraser, violet perfume, whiskey, sulphonaphthol, Worcestershire sauce, pine, spearmint, denatured alcohol, vinegar, germicide, sweet starch, benzoine, asafoetida, carbon tetrachloride, hydrogen sulphide gas, after-shave lotion, shellac, salad oil, sour milk, and oil of cloves.
No results of the use of this test have been published.
--From The Handbook of Projective Techniques, Bernard I. Murstein, USA, 1965