Freeman N, Hayton C, 1980, "Gross failure to utilise alignment cues in children's drawing of three-dimensional relationships" Perception 9(3) 353 – 359
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Gross failure to utilise alignment cues in children's drawing of three-dimensional relationships
Norman Freeman, Claire Hayton
Received 4 February 1980, in revised form 11 March 1980
Abstract. There are two major ways of classifying the development of children's attempts to represent three-dimensional relationships on the page. One is in terms of discrete drawing systems and the other is in terms of local decisions that have to be taken within more than one system. An observation is made which appears paradoxical from each of these approaches. Nonetheless, study of the observation reveals a systematic relationship with a systems approach. But this cannot be explained without extending the assumptions of a systems approach.
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