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Goodenough-Harris drawing test

Goodenough-Harris drawing test

Goodenough-Harris drawing test: The Goodenough-Harris drawing test is a standardized, nonverbal measure of intellectual/mental maturity; the examinee is asked to draw a woman or man and to complete a self-drawing; administered to ages 3 to 15.11 years (preferred age is 3 to 10 years).

Goodenough-Harris drawing test: Other Names

Other names for Goodenough-Harris drawing test include:

  • GHDT

Diseases Associated with Goodenough-Harris drawing test

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