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Visual Perception Assessments

Developmental Test of Visual Perception - Adolescent and Adult [DTVP-A]
Developmental Test of Visual Perception - Third Edition [DTVP-3]
Motor-Free Visual Perception Test - Third Edition [MVPT-3]
Test of Pictures / Forms / Letters / Numbers Spatial Orientation & Sequencing Skills [TPFLNSOSS]
Test of Visual Perceptual Skills - Third Edition [TVPS-3]

Developmental Test of Visual Perception - Adolescent and Adult [DTVP-A]

Cecil R. Reynolds, Nils A. Pearson, Judith K. Voress

The Developmental Test of Visual Perception - Adolescent and Adult (DTVP-A) is a battery of six subtests that measure different but interrelated visualperceptual and visual-motor abilities. The battery, which is designed for use with individuals ages 11-0 through 74, has empirically established reliability and validity. The normative sample consists of 1,664 adolescents and adults residing in 19 states: demographic characteristics approximate the current census data.
The DTVP-A can be administered by psychologists, neuropsychologists, occupational therapists. physical therapists, general and special educators, and diagnosticians. Administration is individual and takes approximately 25 minutes.

Complete
Examiner's Manual, Picture Book, 25 Profile/Examiner
Record Forms, 25 Response Booklets CH-450 $239.00
Individual Components
25 Profile/Examiner Record Forms CH-451 $37.00
25 Response Booklets CH-453 $65.00

Developmental Test of Visual Perception - Third Edition [DTVP-3]

Donald D. Hammill, Nils A. Pearson, Judith K. Voress

The DTVP-3 is the most recent revision of Marianne Frostigís popular Developmental Test of Visual Perception. Of all the tests of visual perception and visual-motor integration, the DTVP-3 is unique in that its scores are reliable at the .80 level or above for all subtests and .90 or above for the composites for all age groups; its scores are validated by many studies; its norms are based on a large (N = 1,035), representative sample; it yields scores for both visual perception (no motor response) and visual-motor integration ability; and it is shown to be unbiased relative to race, gender, and handedness. The age range has been expanded for children ages 4-0 through 12-11.

New Features of the DTVP-3: new normative data were collected in 2010 and 2011, norms were extended upward to age 12 years, 11 months, the composite scores have no floor or ceiling effects, numerous eligibility and validity studies (including studies of the testís sensitivity, specificity, and ROC/AUC, have been provided), the study of item bias has been expanded, and the overall look of the test was updated.

 

Complete
Examiner's Manual, Picture Book, 25 Profile/Examiner
Record Forms, 25 Response Booklets, Copying scoring template CH-205 $257.00
Individual Components
25 Profile/Examiner Record Forms CH-206 $39.00
25 Response Booklets CH-207 $81.00

Motor-Free Visual Perception Test - Third Edition [MVPT-3]

Ronald P. Colarusso, Donald D. Hammill

The Motor-Free Visual Perception Test - Third Edition (MVPT-3) is a major revision of the MVPT-R, utilizing both the original test plates and new test plates for those ages 4 through 70+. The MVPT-3 assesses an individual's visual perceptual ability without any motor involvement needed to make a response. The MVPT-3 features new norms based on a nationally representative sample. It is designed to be used for screening, diagnostic, and research purposes by teachers, psychologists, occupational therapists, educational specialists, optometrists, and others who may need a quick, reliable, and valid measure of overall visual perceptual ability in children and adults.
The MVPT-3 takes approximately 25 minutes to administer on an individual basis. The horizontal, multiple-choice item format of earlier versions has been retained. Test plates are contained in one easy-to-use book with an easel back. Test administration cues are provided on the record form to facilitate testing. Scoring is extremely easy; no basals or ceilings are needed. Raw scores are quickly converted to standard scores and percentile ranks. Optional response time data identifies whether an individual's responses are significantly delayed.

Complete
Manual, Test Plates. 25 Recording Forms CH-521 $140.00
Individual Components
25 Recording Forms CH-522 $30.00

Test of Pictures / Forms / Letters / Numbers Spatial Orientation & Sequencing Skills [TPFLNSOSS]

Morrison F. Gardner

The Test of Pictures/Forms/Letters/Numbers Spatial Orientation and Sequencing Skills (TPFLNSOSS) was developed to aid optometrists, occupational therapists, resource specialists, psychologists, learning specialists, teachers, and other professionals in determining a child's ability to visually perceive forms and letters and numbers in the correct direction and to visually perceive words with the letters in the correct sequence.
While the Test of Pictures/Forms/Letters/Numbers/Spatial Orientation and Sequencing Skills can be individually administered, it can also be administered to groups. The test can be administered in 10 to 15 minutes depending on the age of the child and can be scored in 5 to 10 minutes. The test was designed for children ages 5 years to 9 years.
The Test of Pictures/Forms/Letters/Number/Spatial Orientation and Sequencing Skills yields raw scores that are easily converted into standard scores, scaled scores, percentiles, and stanines. Normative data as well as information on reliability and validity are well documented in the manual. Features of this test include ease of administration and scoring and the speed with which administration and scoring can be completed. The test stimuli are attractive and interesting, and children find this to be an interesting test. One specific feature is that no verbal responses are required; all responses are made in the test booklet. Another feature is that the child does not have to rely on his or her understanding of language symbols-only the orientation of language and non-language symbols.

Complete
Manual and 25 Test Booklets CH-525 $55.00
Individual Components
25 Test Booklets (16 pages each) CH-527 $35.00

Test of Visual Perceptual Skills - Third Edition [TVPS-3]

Nancy A. Martin

The TVPS-3 is an easy to use assessment to determine a child's visual perceptual strengths and weaknesses. One test covers ages 4 to 19 years, all the ages that were previously served by the two earlier editions (TVPS-R and TVPS-UL-R). The perceptual skills assessed are: Visual Discrimination, Visual Memory, Visual-Spatial Relationships, Form Constancy, Visual Sequential Memory, Visual Figure-Ground, and Visual Closure. The TVPS-3 was designed to be used by occupational therapists, psychologists, education diagnosticians, developmental optometrists, learning specialists, and other assessment professionals.

The TVPS-3 utilizes black and white designs as stimuli for all of the perceptual tasks. Within each area, the items are arranged in a developmental progression. The items are presented in a multiple-choice format; and item responses are made vocally (by saying the letter of the response choice) or by pointing. This format is ideal for children who may have impairments in motoric, speech, hearing, neurological, or cognitive funtions. There are 16 plates for each perceptual area; each area is normed separatly so that the clinician may reliably differentiate the various visual-perceptual processes. The plates are spiral bound with fold-out easels.

Analysis of the subtest score patterns provide functional comparisons that enable the clinician to make a comprehensice diagnosis of a child's perceptual abilities separate from motor skills. The manual includes a completed and scored protocol for instructional purposes.

The TVPS-3 provides new, nationally stratified norms based on data from over 2000 children.

The TVPS-3 may be administered to individuals or small groups. It is untimed, and takes about 30-40 minutes to complete, depending on the age and abilities of the child. No basals are needed, and ceilings are used to minimize any fatigue effects. Scoring is quick and easy, completed in about 5 minutes. The scoring form provides a convenient graphic to display subtest scores.

Scores are presented as individual subtest scaled scores, and one overall standard score; this allows the TVPS-3 scores to be compared easily to scores from other standardized tests. Percentile ranks and age equivalents are also provided.

Complete
Manual. Test Plates, 25 Record Forms CH-261 $160.00
Individual Components
Manual CH-262 $45.00
Test Plates CH-263 $80.00
25 Record Forms CH-264 $35.00
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