An accessible account of recent theoretical developments in the psychology of children's drawings. Well illustrated and up to date, this book reports on new developments such as neuropsychological and information processing models of drawing and picture perception, provides links with research into the child's theory of mind, as well as providing good clear expositions of, and new insights into such classical positions as Piaget's epistemological approach and Vygotsky's sociocultural theories. Contributions from well-respected international authors. The different theoretical approaches are all explained extensively through the use of data from empirical studies. Readers and researchers interested in developmental and educational psychology.