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The Barron-Welsh Art Scale (BWAs) is an 86 item test used in studies of creativity devised by Frank X. Barron and George S Welsh

It is a Freudian based assessment in which the subject draws images that are then scored on a number of scales. These evalaute primary processes such as ego functioning and libidinal drives such as symbolization and substitution. The scales also measure personal style and social attitudes.

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Welsh Figure Preference Test


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