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Web says....the perceptual delineation theory has been advanced by June McFee (1970) believes children draw as they do, not because of any one factor, but because of several. One such factor is the child's readiness including physical development, intelligence, perceptual development, and cultural dispositions. A second factor is the psychological environment in which the child works, including the degree of threat or support, as well as the number and intensity of rewards and punishments present. A third factor relates to how children handle information-the ability to handle details and to organize and categorize information coming from the environment. A final factor deals with how children's drawings are influenced by their ability to manipulate the art materials, as well as their creative and inventive ability.

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Q: What is the perceptual delineation theory?
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