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Children's Drawings As Diagnostic Aids. In this comprehensive volume, Dr. Di Leo once again brings to the reader the fruitful combination of extensive knowledge of children's drawings and an approach to the subject that is intimate and humane, but highly sophisticated.
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Joseph H. Di Leo, a pediatrician who received international recognition for his studies on the interpretation of children's drawings, died on Aug. 16 at his home on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. He was 91. The cause was Parkinson's disease, his family said. He published four books detailing his analyses of the sketches and doodles of 3- and 5-year-olds. Dr. Di Leo was also the author of "Children's Drawings as Diagnostic Aids" (1970) and "Interpreting Children's Drawings" (1980), both of which remain in print.
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In it, more than 300 drawings are reproduced, revealing the full spectrum of normal and abnormal development. Young Children and Their Drawings is an extraordinary invitation into the world of the young child and, at the same time, an opportunity to look out at the world with the child's eyes.