Copying in drawing: the importance of adequate visual analysis versus the ability to utilize drawing rules.

@article{Rand1973CopyingID,
  title={Copying in drawing: the importance of adequate visual analysis versus the ability to utilize drawing rules.},
  author={Colleen S. W. Rand},
  journal={Child development},
  year={1973},
  volume={44 1},
  pages={
          47-53
        }
}
RAND, COLLEEN WRIGHT. Copying in Drawing: The Importance of Adequate Visual Analysis versus the Ability to Utilize Drawing Rules. CHILD DEVELOPMENT, 1973, 44, 47-53. Copying in drawing requires many skills. 2 theoretically important abilities are visual analysis and drawingrule utilization. In this experiment, training methods designed to improve preschool children's ability to analyze figures and to utilize drawing rules were compared in terms of their effects on figure discrimination and… CONTINUE READING

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