Motor-Free Visual Perception Test

Motor-Free Visual Perception Test

A standardized test of visual perception that does not require motor performance.
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The results of this study are consistent with those of a study conducted by York and Cermack (1995), in which patients with right and left hemisphere stroke achieved significantly lower scores on the Motor-Free Visual Perception Test (MVPT) than the neurologically unimpaired controls.
Test review of Motor-Free Visual Perception Test (3rd edition).
Limited (Level 2b) evidence from one good-quality study suggests that the Motor-Free Visual Perception Test is an inadequate screening tool for predicting on-road driving abilities (Korner-Bitensky et al.