Trova@UniTO(opens in a new window)| Export | Download | Add to List | More... Infant Behavior and Development Volume 39, May 01, 2015, Pages 81-91 A new theory on children's drawings: Analyzing the role of emotion and movement in graphical development (Article) Quaglia, R., Longobardi, C. , Iotti, N.O., Prino, L.E. Department of Psychology, University of Turin, Italy View references (59) Abstract The aim of this paper is to develop a new understanding of children's drawings and to provide ideas for future research in early childhood. Starting from classic theories on child graphical development, we proceed to analyze them and provide our own views on the subject. We will also recount a number of relevant empirical studies that appear to validate our theory. Our belief is that emotion and self-expression through movement play a key role in the development of child art, and that this may be already visible during the scribbling stage of drawing.

A new theory on children's drawings: Analyzing the role of emotion and movement in graphical development

QUAGLIA, Rocco;LONGOBARDI, CLAUDIO;IOTTI, NATHALIE OPHELIA;PRINO, LAURA ELVIRA
2015

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Trova@UniTO(opens in a new window)| Export | Download | Add to List | More... Infant Behavior and Development Volume 39, May 01, 2015, Pages 81-91 A new theory on children's drawings: Analyzing the role of emotion and movement in graphical development (Article) Quaglia, R., Longobardi, C. , Iotti, N.O., Prino, L.E. Department of Psychology, University of Turin, Italy View references (59) Abstract The aim of this paper is to develop a new understanding of children's drawings and to provide ideas for future research in early childhood. Starting from classic theories on child graphical development, we proceed to analyze them and provide our own views on the subject. We will also recount a number of relevant empirical studies that appear to validate our theory. Our belief is that emotion and self-expression through movement play a key role in the development of child art, and that this may be already visible during the scribbling stage of drawing.
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Child art education; Child graphical development; Children's drawings; Early childhood; Scribbling
Rocco Quaglia; Claudio Longobardi; Nathalie O. Iotti; Laura E. Prino
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