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Draw-a-person: screening procedure for emotional disturbance

Draw-a-person: screening procedure for emotional disturbance

Draw-a-person: screening procedure for emotional disturbance: The draw-a-person: screening procedure for emotional disturbance is a standardized, nonverbal test of intellectual/mental maturity; the child, aged 6 to 17 years (preferred age is 3 to 10 years), is asked to draw human figures.

Draw-a-person: screening procedure for emotional disturbance: Other Names

Other names for Draw-a-person: screening procedure for emotional disturbance include:

  • DAP:SPED

Diseases Associated with Draw-a-person: screening procedure for emotional disturbance

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