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 A.; SALSA, ANALÍA M.
Revista:
Estudios de Psicología
Editorial:
Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
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 on early understanding of drawings, two studies were conducted using a matching task. Study 1 explored whether 24-month-old children´s understanding of drawings can be facilitated when an adult draws an object while looking at it carefully (non-linguistic cues) and makes her symbolic intention more explicit to 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 months later, children spontaneously relate the drawings and their referents. These results are discussed analysing young children´s comprehension of the relations between drawing, referent, artist and observer (ARTÍCULO PUBLICADO EN FORMA COMPLETA EN INGLÉS Y ESPAÑOL). Publicación indexada en: Social Sciences Citation Index/Social SciSearch, PsycINFO, Scopus, Academic Search Premier, Latindex, ISOC
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