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Summary: Psychologists have long understood that the art works of children relate to their intellectual and emotional development but this is the first book to describe the developmental process of drawing. Gardner explores the vital links between children's art and their emotional, social, and cognitive development.Edition/Copyright: 80
Gardner, Howard : Boston University
Howard Gardner has written widely on psychology, art, and child development-most notably The Shattered Mind (1975), The Arts and Human Development (1973), and The Quest for Mind: Jean Piaget, Claude Lévi-Strauss , and the Structuralist Movement (1973). He is Associate Professor of Neurology at Boston University School of Medicine, research psychologist at the Boston Veteran's Administration Hospital, and co-director of Harvard Project Zero.
"Gardner's theoretical expositions and scholarship are impeccable and his discussion... lucidly and gracefully written."
--New York Times Book Review
"A graceful guide to the mysteries of the child's artistic impulse....In Gardner's skilled hands, all those beloved stick figures and tadpole men become rich clues to the understanding of the whole child."
"Lively, informative, and useful."
"...a balanced, thoughtful approach to children's art, of interest to specialists, parents, and anyone curious about the difference between the youngster who has not yet learned the rules of seeing and the master artist who has learned how to break them."
Perseus Books Group Web Site, April, 2000
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