|کد مقاله||کد نشریه||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||نسخه تمام متن|
|4935630||1363543||2018||9 صفحه PDF||ندارد||دانلود رایگان|
â¢Cormanâs family drawing test was used to evaluate attachment styles in childrenâs family drawings.â¢The study sought to quantify Cormanâs family drawing test.â¢Children with the same attachment styles draw their family in some same ways.â¢A scale for diagnosis of the attachment styles represented in family drawing is presented.
Cormanâs family drawing assessment was evaluated as a measure of different attachment styles in children; specifically not and whether childrenâs attachment style is represented in their family drawing. Cormanâs method (1967) of family drawing comprises precise instructions that children can use to represent their desires about their family and life in a drawing. Using multi stage random cluster sampling, 590 students were selected to complete the Attachment Style Classification Questionnaire (Finzi et al., 2000). They were also asked to draw a family using Cormanâs instructions. Data analysis was performed using two statistical methods (Pearson and Spearman correlational coefficient). The results showed that an increased level of secure attachment led to lower levels of evaluation of parents, devaluation of parents, omission of self and dissimilarity to oneâs real family and higher levels of identification with parents (pÂ ËÂ 0.05). Also as avoidant attachment increased, evaluation of parents, self-evaluation and proximity to oneâs parents decreased and devaluation of parents, omission of parents and dissimilarity to oneâs real family increased (pÂ ËÂ 0.05). Also increased anxious attachment led to less omission of parents and less representation of dissimilarity to oneâs real family and more evaluation of parents, distance from parents and identification with parents (pÂ ËÂ 0.05). Finally, the findings of this research showed that Cormanâs instructions can be a suitable tool to measure different types of attachment.
Journal: The Arts in Psychotherapy - Volume 57, February 2018, Pages 34-42