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Droodles

noun; folk etymology
loose drawings open to interpretation, used in psychology experiments. Apparent Meaning: It was defined in the text as “nonsense pictures that can be given various interpretations.” Reason Used: to describe the pictures used in an experiment; to show that they were not clear images but rather more fantastical, loose and open to interpretation.
 
These droodles can be used in psychological testing.
Etymology : Formed from “doodle”
Source : cognitive psychology textbook
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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