The Study of the Diagnostic Drawing Series (DDS) as an Assessment for College Students
Abstract: This study examines the Diagnostic Drawing Series (DDS) and college students to analyze if there is a relationship to the normative sample. The DDS consists of three drawings; a free picture, a tree picture, and a feeling picture (Cohen, Kijak, & Mills, 1994). The researcher administered the DDS to 50 college students, ages 18 to 22 years old, in one college in New England. The results were calculated using the Chi-Square test to determine the statistical significance for each graphic indication using the DDS Rating Guide, the Handbook as indicated by the college student sample (Cohen, 1994). Statistical significance (p
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