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Chapman, Andrew (2002)Assessment in the visual arts is most often designed. implemented and refined by the classroom teacher. This study examines the merits of several commonly used methods of assessment. Many of these practices provide the ...
Emotional Arousal and Attentiveness in Impulsive, Median, and Reflective Children: A Physiological Approach Chapman, David Wilfred; MacFadyen, Caroline Jane (1969)44 sixth-grade Caucasian males were given the Matching Familiar Figures Test (MFF) while recordings were made of their GSR's and EKG's, measures indicative of emotional arousal and attentiveness. Ss were divided into three ...