Kinetic Family Drawings by Children with Perceptual-motor Delays

Raskin, Larry M.; Pitcher-Baker, Georgia
June 1977
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Jun/Jul1977, Vol. 10 Issue 6
Academic Journal
Aims to ascertain whether Kinetic Family Drawings (KFD) technique might be useful in identifying emotional factors in children with perceptual-motor delays. Comparison of KFD from a number of kindergarten and first-grade children with perceptual-motor delays and a number of children without such delays; Benefits of KFD; Description of KFD; Approaches to interpreting drawings by children.


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