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ERIC Number: ED010090
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 72
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Reference Count: 0
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THE RELATIONSHIP OF CERTAIN PREDICTION AND SELF-EVALUATION DISCREPANCIES TO ART PERFORMANCE AND ART JUDGMENT.
HARVEY, THEODORE E.
NINTH-GRADE STUDENTS WERE SELECTED AS A SAMPLE TO STUDY THE RELATIONSHIP OF CERTAIN PREDICTION AND SELF-EVALUATION DISCREPANCIES TO ART PERFORMANCE AND ART JUDGMENT. STUDENTS WERE REQUIRED TO DEVELOP AN OIL CRAYON DRAWING, RESULTING FROM AN IMAGINARY SENTENCE SPOKEN TO AND SEEN BY ALL PARTICIPANTS. PREDICTIONS OF PERFORMANCE WERE ASKED PRIOR TO AND EVALUATIONS AFTER PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS AND THEIR PEERS. RESPONSES TO A PROFESSIONAL OIL PAINTING WERE ASKED ON EACH OF EIGHT DESCRIPTIVE CRITERIA AND THE OVERALL CRITERIA. A PROFESSIONAL JUDGE-TEAM JUDGED BOTH THE STUDENT'S DRAWING AND THE PROFESSIONAL OIL PAINTING USING THE SAME CRITERIA. THE PEARSON PRODUCT-MOMENT COEFFICIENT, AND ANALYSIS-OF-VARIANCE TECHNIQUES WERE USED IN THE STUDY. THE CONCLUSIONS AND IMPLICATIONS FROM ANALYSES OF DATA SHOW THAT STUDENTS PREDICT THEIR ART PERFORMANCE IN AGREEMENT WITH JUDGE'S PROJECTIONS OF STUDENT ART ABILITY BASED ON THEIR WORK. THE PREDICTION OF STUDENT ART ABILITY BY THE JUDGES AGREES WITH STUDENT SELF-PREDICTION. THERE ARE INDICATIONS THAT STUDENT SELF-EVALUATIONS OF ART PERFORMANCE (GENERALIZED "GESTALT" SELF-EVALUATIONS) RELATE TO JUDGE'S ESTIMATES OF STUDENT ART PERFORMANCE ON MEASURES THAT ARE DESCRIPTIVE IN NATURE. THE STUDY ALSO INDICATES THE "GESTALT" MANNER OF JUDGING STUDENT ART PERFORMANCE IS AS RELIABLE AS SEPARATE DESCRIPTIVE CRITERIA. SEPARATE DESCRIPTIVE CRITERIA ARE THE MOST USEFUL WHEN THE INTENTION OF THE EVALUATION IS TO GUIDE STUDENT ART PROGRESS. CERTAIN ASPECTS OF ART JUDGMENT APPEAR PREDICTABLE THROUGH THE USE OF DISCREPANCY TECHNIQUES. DISCREPANCIES AND ART PERFORMANCE APPEAR LESS RELATED BY THIS STUDY. (GC)
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Authoring Institution: Kent State Univ., OH.
Identifiers: OHIO; Ohio (Kent)