Observation 1: Introduction Louise is well known for her short temper and explosive attitude. The stimuli required for such a reaction vary in their severity, indicating an inconstant temperament. Even with her aggressive tendencies she will not act out as to harm her overall situation, again indicating her higher level of intelligence and control. Her frontal lobe seems to be more developed than is standard for a nine year old.
This piece is very interesting. I like the way his face has been distorted into two different positions. It suggests a transitory moment of his two faces. One is a very serious face: time for game time, the other face is looking down. He is either smiling from happiness or grinning from failure. Margot Kessler
Individual triggers chart to use with students. Numbered 1-5 from bottom (happy) to top (angry) with simple statements, symbol style image support and space for writing possible triggers. A4 size but could be resized if necessary. The two versions are identical except for the skin tone used on the images