2005
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-37722005000200015
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Abstract: Aos meus pais e irmãs pelo amor, carinho e apoio que sempre me dedicaram. iii Agradecimentos Ao Prof. Panepucci, pela oportunidade de trabalhar em um projeto como este. que tantas oportunidades e ensinamentos tem me trazido. À todos os companheiros de laboratório, em especial ao Mateus, Édson. Henrique e Kleber, pelo valoroso apoio e pelas diversas discussões durante a elaboração deste trabalho. Aos meus amigos, que durante todos estes anos têm me apoiado e incentivado. Ao CNPq pelo apoio financeiro através da… Show more

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“…One important finding is that items in the Human Figure Drawings test have a more complex internal structure than a simple unidimensional model would predict. We found not only a large general factor, but also group factors among items, what have also been reported on previous factor analytic investigations of human figure drawings (Campbell & Bond, 2017;Flores-Mendoza, Abad & Lelé, 2005;Sisto, 2005). However, still no consensus exists concerning multidimensional structures of human figure drawing items and the usefulness and incremental information of specific factors beyond the general factor.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 86%
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“…One important finding is that items in the Human Figure Drawings test have a more complex internal structure than a simple unidimensional model would predict. We found not only a large general factor, but also group factors among items, what have also been reported on previous factor analytic investigations of human figure drawings (Campbell & Bond, 2017;Flores-Mendoza, Abad & Lelé, 2005;Sisto, 2005). However, still no consensus exists concerning multidimensional structures of human figure drawing items and the usefulness and incremental information of specific factors beyond the general factor.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 86%
“…Also available is a qualitative analysis to check how many expected (items that are observed in 86 and 100% of drawings), common (51 and 85%), uncommon (16 to 50%) and exceptional (1 to 15%) items are present. Reliability and validity evidence is reported in instrument's manual (Wechsler, 2003) and studies conducted by other researchers (Bandeira, Costa, & Arteche, 2008;Flores-Mendoza et al, 2005;Wechsler, 1998;Wechsler & Schelini, 2002). Recently, the possibility of expanding the Primi, R., Nakano, T. C., & Wechsler, S. M.…”
Section: Human Figure Drawing Testmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…We agree with Merino Soto (2007) that other condition which can explain the variations, is that the first study (Koppitz) was carried out and normalized at the end of the 1960's and the other two in the first decade of the 21 st century. Television, internet access, and various sociocultural situations are clear and decisive influences on a child's development and, concomitantly, in the human drawing figure and its evolution (Colom et al, 2007;Flores-Mendoza et al, 2005). Tanaka (2004) shows that even children's physical characteristics can affect their drawing and according to statistics, the height and weight of children has increased in recent decades.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In general, the correlation between the developmental items with mental maturity (Groves & Fried, 1991) and the validity of the test as an approximate measure of a child's intelligence has been corroborated in various studies in which the test has been used as part of a child neuropsychological evaluation (Abell, Von Briesen, & Watz, 1996;Brito, Alfradique, Pereira, Porto, & Santos, 1998;. Nevertheless, several studies have questioned this connection, considering a potential confounding effect of early enriching experiences, social stereotypes, socioeconomic differences (Colom, Flores-Mendoza, & Abad, 2007;Flores-Mendoza, Abad, & Lele, 2005), presence of external stressors in the child's history, learning experiences and formal or informal educational stimulation, among other factors (Merino Soto, Honores Mendoza, García Ramirez, & Salazar Alvarez, 2007).…”
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confidence: 92%