Asked by Sandra zhinin on Feb 29, 2024

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In what way are Draw-A-Family (DAF) and Kinetic Family Drawing (KDF) different?

A) KDF requires examinee to draw their family doing something
B) KDF requires examinee to draw themselves interacting with school figures
C) KDF requires examinee to draw their peer group playing
D) KDF requires examinee to draw their ideal family

Kinetic Family Drawing

A projective psychological test used to understand a child's perception of their family dynamics through drawing.

Draw-A-Family

A technique developed by Hulse which often produced stiff images of families.

  • Determine the various forms of projective analyses and their distinct purposes.
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Michael Cioppa

Feb 29, 2024

Final Answer :
A
Explanation :
The key difference between Draw-A-Family (DAF) and Kinetic Family Drawing (KDF) is that KDF requires the examinee to draw their family doing something, while DAF does not have this requirement. The other options listed (B, C, and D) do not accurately describe the requirements of KDF.