DTVP-3 - Developmental Test of Visual Perception Third Edition (en)

Type
Book
Authors
Hammill ( D. D. )
Pearson ( N. A. )
J. K. ( Voress )
 
Category
Test  [ Browse Items ]
Publication Year
2017 
Publisher
PRO-ED, United States 
Abstract
The DTVP-3 is the most recent revision of Marianne Frostig's 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.
 
Description
DTVP-3 Subtests The DTVP-3 has five subtests.

Eye-Hand Coordination. Children are required to draw precise straight or curved lines in accordance with visual boundaries.
Copying. Children are shown a simple figure and asked to draw it on a piece of paper. The figure serves as a model for the drawing. Subsequent figures are increasingly complex.
Figure-Ground. Children are shown stimulus figures and asked to find as many of the figures as they can on a page where the figures are hidden in a complex, confusing background.
Visual Closure. Children are shown a stimulus figure and asked to select the exact figure from a series of figures that have been incompletely drawn. In order to complete the match, children have to mentally supply the missing parts of the figures in the series.
Form Constancy. Children are shown a stimulus figure and asked to find it in a series of figures. The targeted figure will have a different size, position, and/or shade, and it may be hidden in a distracting background. 
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