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 – the ability to distinguish an object from background or surrounding objects.
→ Visual Closure – the ability to perceive a whole figure when only fragments are presented.
The MVPT-4 includes new norms for ages 4-0 through 80-0+ years. Data was collected from 2012-2014 on a national, stratified sample of more than 2700 individuals. Results of reliability and validity studies are provided, as well as performance comparisons with clinical populations.
Administration and Scoring
The MVPT-4 takes approximately 20-25 minutes to administer. Test plates are contained in one easy-to use book with an easel back. Test administration cues are provided in the test plates to facilitate administration. Scoring is extremely easy; no basals or ceilings are needed. The raw score is quickly converted to ONE overall standard score and percentile rank. Kit Includes: Manual, Test Plates, and (50) Recording Forms. In a durable vinyl folder.
Kit Includes: Manual, Test Plates, and (50) Recording Forms. In a durable vinyl folder.