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Volume 5, Issue 2 (1976)

Comparison of House-Tree-Person Drawings of Young Deaf and Hearing Children

pp. 29—35

There are considerable problems involved in the evaluation of the deaf, on the basis of the extreme language handicap of the pre-lingually deafened. In personality assessment, the House- Tree-Person Test (H-T-P) should have the greatest potential for use with the deaf, since only minimal knowledge of language is required in obtaining the drawings. In spite of the apparent value of the H-T-P in this direction, research has been limited, and no studies were found using this test with deaf children.

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