Drawing and the Non-Verbal Mind: A Life-Span Perspective by Chris Lange-Küttner, Annie Vinter

By Chris Lange-Küttner, Annie Vinter

Drawing and its research has been an immense self-discipline of Developmental Psychology because the early 20th century. This exact selection of essays unites best empirical researchers from Europe, the us and Canada to supply a important advent to state of the art drawing examine. targeting the center difficulties linked to the visible brain, the participants research how drawing improvement pertains to alterations in cognition. issues lined contain visible (self) attractiveness, sort, media realizing, inhibition, govt cognizance, priming, reminiscence, which means, and figural and spatial thoughts. the results of organic constraints equivalent to motor regulate, grip and handedness, blindness, neuropsychological stipulations and outdated age also are defined. The ebook offers a desirable perception into the life-span and productiveness of the non-verbal, visible brain.

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