By; Paul Kazyak and Hunter Hines Draw-A-Man Test Born-August 6, 1886 1921- Lewis Terman and Stanford University 1924- Minneapolis Minnesota 1925- Measurement of Intelligence by Drawings “Draw A Man Test” Never married Forced to retire early Died-April 4, 1959 Binet Goddard Terman
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Paul Kazyak and Hunter Hines
“To the young child, drawing is more akin to talking to himself than to talking to others. It is a way of dramatizing his ideas through making them visible.”
“At the age of 5, approximately 35 % of children’s drawings of the human figure include the hat, but only 13 % show the hair”
At the age of 8 the %’s increase to 72 % for the hat and 45% for the hair.
Baldness though is still more common than hatlessness
Most common errors Overall:
Most common errors for Regular:
Most common errors for special: