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ERIC Number: ED106340
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Apr
Pages: 13
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Drawing Test Performance of Black and White Preschoolers as a Function of Biracial Testing.
Ratusnik, David L.; Koenigsknecht, Roy A
Six speech and language clinicians, 3 black and 3 white, administered the Goodenough Drawing Test (1926) to 144 preschoolers. The 4 groups, lower-socioeconomic black and white and middle-socioeconomic black and white, were equally divided by sex. The biracial clinical setting was shown to influence test scores in black preschool age children. Although not statistically significant, marginally higher test scores were achieved in the same-race clinical setting by white preschoolers. Sex differences in the direction of higher scores for girls were noted in white but not black preschool children. (Author)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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