Goodenough draw-a-man test

Goo·de·nough draw-a-man test

(gud'ĕnow),
a brief test for assessing a person's level of intelligence based on how accurately drawn and how many elements are included when a child or adult is given a pencil and sheet of white paper and asked to draw a man, the best man he or she is able to draw. Also called the Goodenough draw-a-person test and, in its current form, the Goodenough-Harris drawing test.
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Good·e·nough draw-a-man test

(gud'ĕ-nō draw-ă-man test)
A brief test for assessing a person's level of intelligence based on how accurately drawn and how many elements are included when a child or adult is given a pencil and sheet of white paper and asked to draw a human. Also called the Goodenough draw-a-person test and, in its current form, the Goodenough-Harris drawing test.
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Goodenough,

Florence L., U.S. psychologist, 1886–.
Goodenough Draw-a-Man Test - an intelligence test.
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