The Lowenfeld Mosaic Test’s Application in Schools

The Lowenfeld Mosaic Test’s Application in Schools

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    By John B.Ruskowski on the work of Dr Margaret Lowenfeld


    After languishing in relative obscurity for many years, there is recent evidence of renewed appreciation for the potential applications of the Lowenfeld Mosaic Test (LMT) in the assessment of personality. From the perspective of a school psychologist, the author describes the test itself and discusses the characteristics that make it particularly well-suited for use in the school setting. Case material is presented which illustrates the usefulness of the mosaic as part of the individual assessment procedure. Discussion of hypotheses generated from test performance and the manner in which these hypotheses contribute to the formulation and implementation of constructive educational interventions, including counselling, is presented.

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