Drawing by children with Williams syndrome: A developmental perspective

@inproceedings{Bertrand1997DrawingBC,
  title={Drawing by children with Williams syndrome: A developmental perspective},
  author={Jacquelyn Bertrand and Carolyn B. Mervis and Jennifer D. Isenberg},
  year={1997}
}
Two studies are presented that investigate the developmental aspect of visual‐motor integration by children with Williams syndrome and normally developing children. In Study 1, drawings by 9‐ and 10‐year‐olds with Williams syndrome were compared to drawings by 2 groups of normally developing children: 1 group individually matched for chronological age and another group individually matched for mental age. In Study 2, the normal developmental course for this spatial cognitive skill was examined… CONTINUE READING

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