Motor-Free Visual Perception Test-4 (MVPT-4)

Author(s) : Ronald P. Colarusso and Donald D. Hammill

Publisher : Academic Therapy Publications, 2015


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Purpose: To assess visual perception

Age: 4 - 80+ years

Time: 20 to 25 minutes

The Motor-Free Visual Perception Test-4 (MVPT-4) is a non-motor visual perceptual assessment that can be used throughout the lifespan.

Stimuli are comprised of black-and-white line drawings and designs, with answer choices presented in an easy to record multiple-choice format. No motor involvement is needed to make a response, making the test particularly useful with those who may have motor disabilities.

The MVPT-4 is designed to be used for screening and research purposes by psychologists, occupational therapists and optometrists who may need to determine a person’s overall ability to discern and understand visual stimuli.

The MVPT-4 includes new norms for ages 4.0 through 80.0+ years. Results of reliability and validity studies are provided, as well as performance comparisons with clinical populations.

The assessment 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.

Visual Perceptual Abilities 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 recognise 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
Ronald P. Colarusso and Donald D. Hammill

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