Bender Visual Motor Gestalt test


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Ben·der Vis·u·al Mo·tor Ges·talt test

(ben'dĕr),
a psychological test used by neurologists and clinical psychologists to measure a person's ability to visually copy a set of geometric designs; useful for measuring visuospatial and visuomotor coordination to detect brain damage.
Synonym(s): Bender gestalt test

Bender Visual Motor Gestalt test

(ben′dĕr)
[Lauretta Bender, U.S. psychiatrist, 1897–1987]
A test in which the subject copies a series of patterns. The results vary with the type of psychiatric disorder present.

Bender,

Lauretta, U.S. psychiatrist, 1897-1987.
Bender gestalt test - a psychological test used for measuring visuospatial and visuomotor coordination to detect brain damage. Synonym(s): Bender Visual Motor Gestalt test
Bender Visual Motor Gestalt test - Synonym(s): Bender gestalt test