NOTE: This assessment has been revised. Please click here to view the newest revision, Motor-Free Visual Perception Test-4 (MVPT-4).
Purpose: The MVPT-3 assesses an individual's visual perceptual ability without any motor involvement needed to make a response.
Ages: 4 through 94+
Administration Time: 25 minutes
An individually administered test designed to assess overall visual perceptual ability. Perceptual tasks include spatial relationships, visual discrimination, figure-ground, visual closure, and visual memory. Performance in these areas provides a single score that represents the individual's general visual perceptual ability. This edition includes additional test items that permit the assessment of visual perception in adults and adolescents. National norms, based on a representative sample of children and adults residing in the U.S., are included. No motor involvement is required in providing responses. Administration and scoring of the test can be completed in approximately 20 minutes. A single raw score is obtained and converted to a standard score, percentile rank, and age-equivalent. Revised 2003.
Complete kit includes: Manual, Test Plates, and package of Record Forms, in portfolio.
Ronald Colarusso, Ed.D. and Donald Hammill, Ed.D.