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The Lowenfeld Mozaic Test was developed by Margaret Lowenfeld and the details were first published in her monograph On the Psychotherapy of Children in 1948.

Margaret was greatly impressed by the work of anthropologist, Margaret Mead who she finally met in 1948 and later influenced Lowenfeld's research on child education and also her view of psychoanalysis.[1] The first technique invented and developed by Dr. Lowenfeld, The Lowenfeld World Technique (1929) was influenced by the book Floor Games, created by the English writer H.G. Wells in 1911, which she recalled enjoying as a child.[2] The other techniques she created were Lowenfeld Mosaics (1948), Lowenfeld Poleidoblocs (1950s), and Lowenfeld Kaleidoblocs (1960s).[3]

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  2. Sandplay Influences - Lowenfeld World Technique Retrieved, 24 June 2009
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