IRICE   05408
INSTITUTO ROSARIO DE INVESTIGACIONES EN CIENCIAS DE LA EDUCACION
Unidad Ejecutora - UE
artículos
Título:
ARTIST´S REFERENTIAL INTENTION IN EARLY UNDERSTANDING OF DRAWINGS AS SYMBOLS/LA INTENCIONALIDAD REFERENCIAL DEL DIBUJANTE: SU PAPEL EN LA COMPRENSIÓN TEMPRANA DE DIBUJOS COMO SÍMBOLOS
Autor/es:
VIVALDI, ROMINA; SALSA, ANALÍA
Revista:
Estudios de Psicología
Editorial:
Routledge: Taylor & Francis
Referencias:
Lugar: Londres; Año: 2014 vol. 35 p. 298 - 298
ISSN:
0210-9395
Resumen:
In order to examine the influence of artist?s referential intention onearly understanding of drawings, two studies were conducted using a matchingtask. Study 1 explored whether 24-month-old children?s understanding ofdrawings can be facilitated when an adult draws an object while looking at it carefully (non-linguistic cues) and makes her symbolic intention more explicitto the children through verbal descriptions about her drawing actions (linguistic cues). Study 2 examines if at 30 months of age children are able to solve the task with pre-drawn drawings, without being told the artist?s intention.The results show that the convergence of non-linguistic and linguistic cues enables children to use drawings as symbols at 24 months; only six monthslater, children spontaneously relate the drawings and their referents. Theseresults are discussed analysing young children?s comprehension of the relationshipsbetween drawing, referent, artist and observer.TRABAJO PUBLICADO EN FORMA COMPLETA EN INGLÉS Y ESPAÑOL.Publicación indexada en: Social Sciences Citation Index/Social SciSearch, PsycINFO, Scopus, Academic Search Complete, Academic Search Premier, Latindex, ISOC
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