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“…It was expected that the instruction to draw a police person would cue children to draw more specific detail that would result in an improved score. In the DAP scoring manual, there are features such as ears, nose, and mouth, but also more specific features of the human figure drawing such as clothing (Pfeffer & Olowu, 1986). The specification of novel content such as clothing (e.g., "Draw a person in a swim-suit") can raise children's performance (Lange-Küttner, Kerzmann, & Heckhausen, 2002), and thus it was expected that the novel instruction to draw a person in a uniform should help to maintain interest during repetition.…”
Section: The Effect Of Content On the Dapmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It was expected that the instruction to draw a police person would cue children to draw more specific detail that would result in an improved score. In the DAP scoring manual, there are features such as ears, nose, and mouth, but also more specific features of the human figure drawing such as clothing (Pfeffer & Olowu, 1986). The specification of novel content such as clothing (e.g., "Draw a person in a swim-suit") can raise children's performance (Lange-Küttner, Kerzmann, & Heckhausen, 2002), and thus it was expected that the novel instruction to draw a person in a uniform should help to maintain interest during repetition.…”
Section: The Effect Of Content On the Dapmentioning
confidence: 99%