Children and Pictures: Drawing and Understanding
In Children and Pictures, Richard P. Jolley critiques both the historical and contemporary studies conducted in the field of children’s making and understanding of pictures.
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Presenting up-to-date research and pointing towards future topics of study, Children and Pictures brings the study of children’s drawings into mainstream child development studies. This is an edifying resource for students, researchers, practitioners, parents, artists, and educators in the field.
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This is a really useful book and it helped me get loads of info for some of my uni modules. Furthermore, Richard Jolley was a lecturer at my university and, trust me, he knows what he's talking about!
The Development of Expressive Drawing
Drawings from Children in Special Populations
Production and Comprehension of Representational
Childrens Understanding of the Dual Nature of Pictures
Drawings as Measures of Internal Representations
Drawing as Memory Aids