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  • Journal

    Baron-Cohen, S.

    Do People with Autism Understand What Causes Emotion?

    1991 - Child Development

    In-text: (Baron-Cohen 385)

    Your Bibliography: Baron-Cohen, Simon. "Do People With Autism Understand What Causes Emotion?." Child Development 62.2 (1991): 385. Web.

  • Journal

    Chlebowski, C., Green, J. A., Barton, M. L. and Fein, D.

    Using the Childhood Autism Rating Scale to Diagnose Autism Spectrum Disorders

    2010 - Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders

    In-text: (Chlebowski et al. 787-799)

    Your Bibliography: Chlebowski, Colby et al. "Using The Childhood Autism Rating Scale To Diagnose Autism Spectrum Disorders." Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 40.7 (2010): 787-799. Web.

  • Journal

    Drake, J. E. and Winner, E.

    How children use drawing to regulate their emotions

    2013 - Cognition & Emotion

    In-text: (Drake and Winner 512-520)

    Your Bibliography: Drake, Jennifer E., and Ellen Winner. "How Children Use Drawing To Regulate Their Emotions." Cognition & Emotion 27.3 (2013): 512-520. Web.

  • Journal

    Durrani, H.

    Facilitating attachment in children with autism through art therapy: A case study.

    2014 - Journal of Psychotherapy Integration

    In-text: (Durrani 99-108)

    Your Bibliography: Durrani, Huma. "Facilitating Attachment In Children With Autism Through Art Therapy: A Case Study.." Journal of Psychotherapy Integration 24.2 (2014): 99-108. Web.

  • Journal

    Emery, M. J.

    Art Therapy as an Intervention for Autism

    2004 - Art Therapy

    In-text: (Emery 143-147)

    Your Bibliography: Emery, Melinda J. "Art Therapy As An Intervention For Autism." Art Therapy 21.3 (2004): 143-147. Web.

  • Journal

    Jolley, R. P., O'Kelly, R., Barlow, C. M. and Jarrold, C.

    Expressive drawing ability in children with autism

    2013 - British Journal of Developmental Psychology

    In-text: (Jolley et al. 143-149)

    Your Bibliography: Jolley, Richard P. et al. "Expressive Drawing Ability In Children With Autism." British Journal of Developmental Psychology 31.1 (2013): 143-149. Web.

  • Journal

    Katz, C. and Hershkowitz, I.

    The Effects of Drawing on Children’s Accounts of Sexual Abuse

    2009 - Child Maltreatment

    In-text: (Katz and Hershkowitz 171-179)

    Your Bibliography: Katz, Carmit, and Irit Hershkowitz. "The Effects Of Drawing On Children’S Accounts Of Sexual Abuse." Child Maltreatment 15.2 (2009): 171-179. Web.

  • Journal

    Koppitz, E. M.

    Emotional indicators on human figure drawings of children: A validation study

    1966 - Journal of Clinical Psychology

    In-text: (Koppitz 313-315)

    Your Bibliography: Koppitz, Elizabeth Munsterberg. "Emotional Indicators On Human Figure Drawings Of Children: A Validation Study." Journal of Clinical Psychology 22.3 (1966): 313-315. Web.

  • Journal

    Koppitz, E. M.

    Emotional indicators on human figure drawings of shy and aggressive children

    1966 - Journal of Clinical Psychology

    In-text: (Koppitz 466-469)

    Your Bibliography: Koppitz, Elizabeth Munsterberg. "Emotional Indicators On Human Figure Drawings Of Shy And Aggressive Children." Journal of Clinical Psychology 22.4 (1966): 466-469. Web.

  • Journal

    Koppitz, E. M.

    The Bender Gestalt Test for children: A normative study

    1960 - Journal of Clinical Psychology

    In-text: (Koppitz 432-435)

    Your Bibliography: Koppitz, Elizabeth Munsterberg. "The Bender Gestalt Test For Children: A Normative Study." Journal of Clinical Psychology 16.4 (1960): 432-435. Web.

  • Journal

    Lee, A. and Peter Hobson, R.

    Drawing self and others: How do children with autism differ from those with learning difficulties?

    2006 - British Journal of Developmental Psychology

    In-text: (Lee and Peter Hobson 547-565)

    Your Bibliography: Lee, Anthony, and R. Peter Hobson. "Drawing Self And Others: How Do Children With Autism Differ From Those With Learning Difficulties?." British Journal of Developmental Psychology 24.3 (2006): 547-565. Web.

  • Journal

    Leevers, H. J. and Harris, P. L.

    Drawing Impossible Entities: A Measure of the Imagination in Children with Autism, Children with Learning Disabilities, and Normal 4-year-olds

    1998 - Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry

    In-text: (Leevers and Harris 399-410)

    Your Bibliography: Leevers, Hilary J., and Paul L. Harris. "Drawing Impossible Entities: A Measure Of The Imagination In Children With Autism, Children With Learning Disabilities, And Normal 4-Year-Olds." Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 39.3 (1998): 399-410. Web.

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    Nyman, K. R., Baluch, B. and Duffy, L. J.

    Human figure drawings by children in hospital and mainstream schools

    2011 - International Journal of Health Promotion and Education

    In-text: (Nyman, Baluch and Duffy 21-26)

    Your Bibliography: Nyman, K R, B Baluch, and L J Duffy. "Human Figure Drawings By Children In Hospital And Mainstream Schools." International Journal of Health Promotion and Education 49.1 (2011): 21-26. Web.

  • Journal

    Saneei, A. and Haghayegh, S. A.

    Family drawings of Iranian children with autism and their family members

    2011 - The Arts in Psychotherapy

    In-text: (Saneei and Haghayegh 333-339)

    Your Bibliography: Saneei, Afsoon, and Sayyed Abbas Haghayegh. "Family Drawings Of Iranian Children With Autism And Their Family Members." The Arts in Psychotherapy 38.5 (2011): 333-339. Web.

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    Ten Eycke, K. D. and Müller, U.

    Drawing links between the autism cognitive profile and imagination: Executive function and processing bias in imaginative drawings by children with and without autism

    2016 - Autism

    In-text: (Ten Eycke and Müller 149-160)

    Your Bibliography: Ten Eycke, Kayla D, and Ulrich Müller. "Drawing Links Between The Autism Cognitive Profile And Imagination: Executive Function And Processing Bias In Imaginative Drawings By Children With And Without Autism." Autism 22.2 (2016): 149-160. Web.

  • Journal

    Tielsch, A. and Allen, P.

    Listen to Them Draw: Screening Children in Primary Care through the Use of Human Figure Drawings

    2005 - Pediatric Nursing

    In-text: (Tielsch and Allen 320-327)

    Your Bibliography: Tielsch, Anna, and Patricia Allen. "Listen To Them Draw: Screening Children In Primary Care Through The Use Of Human Figure Drawings." Pediatric Nursing 31.4 (2005): 320-327. Print.

  • Journal

    Treffert, D. A.

    The savant syndrome: an extraordinary condition. A synopsis: past, present, future

    2009 - Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

    In-text: (Treffert 1351-1357)

    Your Bibliography: Treffert, Darold A. "The Savant Syndrome: An Extraordinary Condition. A Synopsis: Past, Present, Future." Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364.1522 (2009): 1351-1357. Web.

  • Journal

    Troncone, A.

    Problems of “Draw-a-Person: A Quantitative Scoring System” (DAP:QSS) as a Measure of Intelligence

    2014 - Psychological Reports

    In-text: (Troncone 485-498)

    Your Bibliography: Troncone, Alda. "Problems Of “Draw-A-Person: A Quantitative Scoring System” (DAP:QSS) As A Measure Of Intelligence." Psychological Reports 115.2 (2014): 485-498. Web.

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    Willcock, E., Imuta, K. and Hayne, H.

    Children’s human figure drawings do not measure intellectual ability

    2011 - Journal of Experimental Child Psychology

    In-text: (Willcock, Imuta and Hayne 444-452)

    Your Bibliography: Willcock, Emma, Kana Imuta, and Harlene Hayne. "Children’S Human Figure Drawings Do Not Measure Intellectual Ability." Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 110.3 (2011): 444-452. Web.

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    Williams, D. and Happé, F.

    Recognising ‘social’ and ‘non-social’ emotions in self and others: A study of autism

    2010 - Autism

    In-text: (Williams and Happé 285-304)

    Your Bibliography: Williams, David, and Francesca Happé. "Recognising ‘Social’ And ‘Non-Social’ Emotions In Self And Others: A Study Of Autism." Autism 14.4 (2010): 285-304. Web.

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    Woolford, J., Patterson, T., Macleod, E., Hobbs, L. and Hayne, H.

    Drawing helps children to talk about their presenting problems during a mental health assessment

    2013 - Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry

    In-text: (Woolford et al. 68-83)

    Your Bibliography: Woolford, Junie et al. "Drawing Helps Children To Talk About Their Presenting Problems During A Mental Health Assessment." Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 20.1 (2013): 68-83. Web.

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