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Motor-Free Visual Perceptual Test - 4
 
Item #: Includes: Complete Test Kit: Manual, Test Plates, 25 Record Forms, in portfolio
Price: $239.00
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Reading Level (Grade): K Interest Level (Age): 4 through 80
 
Author(s): Ronald P. Colarusso, EdD/ Donald D. Hammill, EdD

An updated and streamlined version of the classic visual-perception test

Description

◾Visual Perception
◾Individual Administration
◾Ages 4 through 80+
◾Norm Referenced
◾Qualification Level B

The MVPT-4 is the most recent revision of the only non-motor visual perceptual assessment that can be used throughout the lifespan. The MVPT-4 provides a quick, reliable, and valid measure of overall visual perceptual ability in children and adults. The MVPT-4 includes 45 items from the MVPT-3 which have been reorganized and grouped for easier administration.

Stimuli are comprised of black-and-white line drawings and designs, with answer choices presented in an easy to record multiple-choice format. No motor involvement is needed to make a response, making the test particularly useful with those who may have motor disabilities. The MVPT-4 is one of the most widely used visual perceptual assessment for recertifying adult drivers after head injury or stroke.

The MVPT-4 is designed to be used for screening and research purposes by psychologists, occupational therapists, educational specialists, optometrists, and others who may need to determine a person’s overall ability to discern and understand visual stimuli.

Visual Perceptual Abilities Assessed

The following tasks are assessed:
•Visual Discrimination - the ability to discriminate dominant features of different objects, including the ability to discriminate position, shapes, and forms

•Spatial Relationships - the ability to perceive the positions of objects in relation to oneself and to other objects. Items assess the perception of pictures, figures, or patterns that are disoriented in relation to each other, such as figure reversals and rotations

•Visual Memory – the ability to recognize a previously presented stimulus item after a brief interval

•Figure-Ground –... (more)