Date of Award
Master of Arts
Based on the findings of the Walker study of the Lowenfield Mosaic test (1957) and the [other] studies of creativity, the following hypotheses may be made. Creative children will make original or novel designs and show complex use of color and shape. Their designs will be more asymmetrical in shape and placement and contain a greater number of places than the designs of noncreative children. They will make representational rather than abstract designs, and their human and animal figures will show motion.
Cooke, Shelby Hargrave, "Creativity and the Lowenfeld Mosaic Test with first, second and third grade children" (1964). Master's Theses. 217.