Can Intelligence Be Estimated From Drawings Of A Man

@inproceedings{Reisman1973CanIB,
  title={Can Intelligence Be Estimated From Drawings Of A Man},
  author={John M. Reisman and Tom Yamokoski},
  year={1973}
}
Abstract There has been some disagreement as to whether intelligence can be estimated reliably and validly from the Goodenough-Harris Draw-A-Man Test (DAM). In order to assess the DAM, 21 graduate students in psychology administered the Harris DAM and either the WISC or Stanford-Binet (S-B) to 158 “normal” children. Discrepancy scores between the DAM and the S-B or WISC indicated that the DAM IQ tends to be below, at times considerably, IQs obtained from individual scales. Moreover, the DAM… CONTINUE READING