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The House-Tree-Person Test (HTP) is internationally one of the most widely used drawing therapies (e.
Application of House-Tree-Person Test in group counseling [In Chinese].
Drawing out resistance: The use of the House-Tree-Person Test to facilitate communication in verbal therapy groups.
Applied research of House-Tree-Person Test in a suicide investigation of middle school students.
The book describes specific drawing-based assessments such as the House-Tree-Person Test, the Art Therapy-Projective Imagery Assessment, the Fantasy Animal, and the Story-Telling Game.
The client's drawings on the House-Tree-Person Test (HTP; Buck, 1992) indicated extreme meticulousness and the need for things to go according to her wishes.
The House-Tree-Person test is based on the premise that unconscious aspects of the personality are exposed through the person's drawings of familiar items.
Relationships between human figures drawn by Japanese early adolescents: Applying the Synthetic House-Tree-Person Test.
The Synthetic House-Tree-Person Test (S-HTP Test; Mikami, 1995), which is a projective technique used in clinical psychology, is based on Buck's (1948) House-Tree-Person (HTP) Test.
Keywords: Synthetic House-Tree-Person Test, human figures, relationship depictions, Japanese early adolescents.
The tools she reviews includes the human figure drawing test, kinetic family and school drawings, the Diagnostic Drawing Series, static and kinetic house-tree-person tests, family-centered circle drawings, the Silver Drawing Test of Cognition and Emotion, magazine photo collages, belief and dream assessments, the Formal Elements Art Therapy Scale, and the Levick Emotional and Cognitive Art Therapy Assessment.