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Motor free perceptual test-revised

Motor free perceptual test-revised

Motor free perceptual test-revised: The motor free perceptual test-revised is used to evaluate visual perception ability in ages 4 to 11; the student is given five tasks: spatial relationships, visual discrimination, visual closure, visual memory, and ''figure ground', which is the ability to distinguish between the forefront and the background shapes in a particular image.

Motor free perceptual test-revised: Other Names

Other names for Motor free perceptual test-revised include:

  • MVPT-R

Diseases Associated with Motor free perceptual test-revised

These diseases or medical conditions may be diagnosed by, screened for, or associated with Motor free perceptual test-revised:

  • Visual perception disability

Basic Information: Motor free perceptual test-revised

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