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ERIC Number: ED112619
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 8
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Kinetic-Family-Drawing of Kindergarten and First Grade Children with Delayed Perceptual and Motor Development.
Baker, G. P.; Raskin, L. M.
Kinetic-Family-Drawings were obtained from 50 kindergarten or first grade children with delayed perceptual and/or motor development and 50 controls to investigate the effectiveness of this instrument as a measure of socio-emotional dimensions of high risk low achievers. Each child was asked to draw each member of his family (including himself) actively doing something. Drawings were scored on the criteria of isolation, bodily concerns, and rivalry. Results indicated that Ss having delayed development were differentiated from controls by a greater sense of isolation and bodily concern. Rivalry was not a significant discriminator. (Author/DB)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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