Items where Author is "McManus, Chris"

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Chamberlain, Rebecca and McManus, Chris and Riley, Howard and Rankin, Qona and Brunswick, Nicola (2014) Cain’s house revisited and revived: extending theory and methodology for quantifying drawing accuracy. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 8 (2). pp. 152-167. ISSN 1931-3896

McManus, Chris and Chamberlain, Rebecca and Loo, Phik-Wern and Rankin, Qona and Riley, Howard and Brunswick, Nicola (2010) Art students who cannot draw: an exploration of the relations between personality, dyslexia, perceptual problems and drawing skills. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 4 (1). pp. 18-30. ISSN 1931-3896

Book Section

Riley, Howard and Brunswick, Nicola and Chamberlain, Rebecca and McManus, Chris and Rankin, Qona (2011) Inclusive practice: researching the relationships between mathematical ability and drawing ability in art students. In: Include 2011 Proceedings: Conference on Inclusive Design. Royal College of Art.

Riley, Howard and Rankin, Qona and McManus, Chris and Chamberlain, Rebecca and Brunswick, Nicola (2011) Inclusive practice: researching the relationship between mathematical ability and drawing ability in art students. In: Include 2011 proceedings. The Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Royal College of Art . ISBN 9781907342295

Chamberlain, Rebecca and Riley, Howard and McManus, Chris and Rankin, Qona and Brunswick, Nicola (2011) The perceptual foundations of drawing ability. In: Thinking through drawing: practice into knowledge: proceedings of an interdisciplinary symposium on drawing, cognition and education. Kantrowitz, Andrea and Brew, Angela and Fava, Michelle, eds. Teachers College Columbia University, New York, NY, USA, pp. 95-102.

Conference or Workshop Item

McManus, Chris and Chamberlain, Rebecca and Loo, Phik-Wern and Rankin, Qona and Riley, Howard and Brunswick, Nicola (2009) Art students who cannot draw: exploring the role of personality, dyslexia, perceptual problems, visual memory and drawing skills. In: Experimental Psychological Society London Meeting, 5-6 January 2009, University College London.

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