Aggression and depression assessed through art : using Draw-a-story to identify children and adolescents at risk /Publication details: New York : Brunner-Routledge, 2005.Description: xxii, 203 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmISBN:
- Aggressiveness in children -- Testing
- Aggressiveness in adolescence -- Testing
- Depression in children -- Testing
- Depression in adolescence -- Testing
- Projective techniques for children
- Art therapy for children
- Projective Techniques
- Aggression -- psychology
- Art Therapy -- methods
- Depressive Disorder -- diagnosis
- Risk Assessment
- RJ506.A35 A355 2005
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 191-195) and index.
Previous studies of aggression, depression, and the role of art -- Draw-a-story, screening for depression -- The pilot study -- Rating scales used in the current studies -- Response drawings and histories of aggressive students / Cheryl Earwood [and others] -- Comparing aggressive and control groups, subgroups, and individuals -- Changes and consistencies in the emotional states of aggressive and/or depressed students / Melinda Fedorko and Linda Montanari -- Cultural differences and similarities / Alexander Kopytin, Helen Svistovskaya, and Vlada Sventskaya.
Describes a technique that can help identify teens and children who are a danger to themselves or others, explaining an art assessment test--Draw-A-Story--which allows individuals to express emotions that are difficult to verbalize, and providing the procedures to administer the test with illustrated case examples.