|Intelligence Quotient (IQ) is one of the most important factors for identifying cognitive, mental, and learning disabilities and it also could be used as an indicator of a person’s cognitive, mental, and special abilities. Finding children’s IQ can lead to realizing their talents and abilities and also helps early intervention that could be helpful in case there are cognitive or mental problems.
In order to understand the children’s IQ, certain standard tests are available and among them, we can apply one of the most famous and reliable one, the “Goodenough” test, which is also known as (D.A.P). The positive aspects of this test include its proper validity and its great scientific support. Moreover, performing this test is easily applicable for young children, and in the process of performing the test, the child feels satisfied and happy to cooperate. Accordingly, the foregoing test has received a lot of attention from experts both in performing and in representing the nature of the child’s intelligence.
This test evaluates the child’s IQ in seven categories by analyzing the child’s drawing. The seven categories include:
Through this test, the child is asked to draw a person, and after that, the drawing will be analyzed by psychologists and then the child’s mental abilities will be accurately assessed.
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