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Diagnostic Drawing Series


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  • proper n. A standardized art therapy assessment in which the artist/patient is asked to draw three pictures.
  • proper n. An international collaborative project on how people tend to draw.


The Diagnostic Drawing Series (DDS) was developed in 1982 by art therapists (Mills, Cohen, & Meneses, 1993). (Wiktionary)


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