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The development of spatial representation in children from five to thirteen years of age.

@article{Leeds1983TheDO,
  title={The development of spatial representation in children from five to thirteen years of age.},
  author={Anthony R. Leeds and Dona M. Dirlam and Gary G. Brannigan},
  journal={Genetic psychology monographs},
  year={1983},
  volume={108 1st Half},
  pages={
          137-65
        }
}
  • Anthony R. Leeds, Dona M. Dirlam, Gary G. Brannigan
  • Published in Genetic psychology monographs 1983
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Piaget and Inhelder, and Lowenfeld proposed theories on the development of spatial representation based on certain features present in children's drawings. The purpose of the present study was to provide an objective evaluation of these theories. Three raters examined drawings from children (N = 107) ages five to 13 for 38 of Lowenfeld's and Piaget's structural features included in the categories of Composition, Dimension, and Meaning. A confusion matrix and an index of rater reliability were… CONTINUE READING

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