Children's Drawings

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Intelligence
Goodenough - Draw a person Test. Influenced by personal drawing experience and not suitable for older children.
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Emotion and Self Esteem
Show emotion through drawing instead of counselling. - Koppitz 1968
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Social Roles/Social identity
Gender Identity, Gender Roles, social representations, cultural identity
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Luquet's theory
Representations of internal models.
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Fortuitous Realism
Unintended/accidental representation
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Failed Realism
Undeveloped motor skills - attention to some figures but not others
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Intellectual Realism
represent as many features as child knows. Lack of size distance realism.
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Visual Realism
attempts to draw that they are, viewer centered perspective, depth perspective
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Piaget
Schema, Memory, Plan and Sequence
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Perceptual Set
Perception as an active process involving selection, inference and interpretation
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Kellogg 1970
Drawings as patterns, children draw what they perceive as good form. Shapes evolve from scribbles - make up a picture.
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Scribbling
Matthews - representation of movement
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Willats Representation Systems
Drawings as representations, based on mental representations of objects
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Emotion and Self Esteem

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Show emotion through drawing instead of counselling. - Koppitz 1968

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Social Roles/Social identity

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Luquet's theory

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Fortuitous Realism

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