Professor Ani Zlateva
Trakia University, Bulgaria
13 February 2018
Psychology Lab, Old Humanities Building
University of Malta
During the workshop Professor Zlateva will describe the main characteristics of children's drawings, introduce the basic principles of diagnostic methods in interpreting children’s drawings and discuss three tests used in children’s drawings, namely the Draw-a-Person test (Goodenough), Draw-a-Person test (Machover) methodology, and Kinetic-Family-Drawing tests.
Ani Zlateva is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education, Trakia University, Stara Zagora, Bulgaria. She was awarded her PhD degree in 2006 on stereotypical images in primary school children’s drawings. She has also a Master's degree in the Pedagogy of Art and Sculpture. She works as an art trainer and art therapist with children experiencing behavioural and development problems such as ADHD, autism, learning difficulties, and also with gifted and talented children, and has numerous publications in the area
This workshop is being organised by the Centre for Resilience and Social and Emotional Health in collaboration with the Department of Psychology
Entrance is free. Attendees may choose to make a small donation.
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