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The Silver Drawing Test by Rawley Silver

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The Silver Drawing Test by Rawley Silver
Administration
Prediction
Observation
Conclusion
5-point rating scales
Ability to Select, Combine, and Represent
Strongly negative to strongly positive:
Emotional Content
Self-Image
Use of Humor
Background
Rawley Silver created Silver Drawing Test (SDT)
It was first used to bypass language barriers and poor language stills, and enter ones emotions, attitudes, and intelligence.
Now the test is used to assess the cognitive skills of those are are not understood and provide them the means to be understood.
Subtest: Drawing from imagination, from observation and prediction
Goals
to evaluate cognitive strengths and weakness that may not be detected verbally
to elicit responses and emotions of ones towards self and others
assess fundamental reading and math
assess aggression and depression
age: 5 (3) through adulthood
Time: approx. 15 min per task
Individual or group Administered
Directions
I believe you will have fun with this kind of drawing you will be asked to draw things you can see, things you cannot see, and things you can imagine. It doesn't matter whether or not you have talent. What matters is using your imaginations and express your own ideas
Material
Booklet/copies
Pencil
Objects
During administration
Ask clients to write a story for drawing
Use booklet to illustrate the directions
if administrator does not understand picture ask for explanation

Test & Scoring
Imagination
References
http://www.psypress.com/books/details/9780415955348/

http://www.rawleysilver.com/

http://www.arttherapy.org/aata-evaluation-tools.html
http://

www.rawleysilver.com_b_the_silver_drawing_test_and_draw_a_story__assessing_depression__aggression_an_60446.htm

http://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED398462

Three Art Assessments: The Silver Drawing Test of Cognition and Emotion; Draw a Story: Screening for Depression; And Stimulus Drawings and Te: The ... Test, Draw-a Story, and Stimulus Drawing
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