Test of Visual Perceptual Skills (non-motor Revised (TVPS-R)..a mystery for you all

An OT friend sent me this…the child is almost 9 years old. Can you figure out his strengths/weaknesses?


Test of Visual Perceptual Skills (non-motor Revised (TVPS-R)

The TVPS is used to determine a student’s visual-perceptual strengths and weaknesses. Visual Perception is defined as the capacity to interpret or give meaning to what is seen. The student is shown a stimulus picture, and asked to point to a correct response from four or five choices. The student is tested in the seven areas listed below:

Vis-Percept

Ages

Standard

Scores

Norm=100±15

Scaled

Scores

Norm=10±3

Vis Discrimination assesses the ability to match or determine exact characteristics of two forms when one is among similar forms.

>12.11

121

14

Above

Vis Memory assesses the ability to remember for immediate recall all of
the characteristics of a form and find it among similar forms.

12.7

111

12

Above

Vis Spatial- Relationships assesses the ability to determine the one single form or part of a form that is different from the other forms.

>12.11

114

13

Above

Vis Form- Constancy assesses the ability to see a form and find it hidden among other forms when it may be a different size, rotated, or reversed.

4.10

77

5

Below

Vis Sequential- Memory assesses the ability to remember for immediate recall a series of forms from among four separate series of forms.

>12.11

130

16

Above

Vis Figure- Ground assesses the ability to perceive a form visually, and to find this form hidden in a chaotic ground of matter.

11.4

109

12

Above

Vis Closure assesses the ability to determine, from four incomplete forms, the one that would be the same as the completed form.

11.4

109

12

Above

Mar 17, 2008 | Category: Occupational Therapy | Comments: none

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