Visual-perceptual skills

Visual-perceptual skills

The capacity of the mind and the eye to "see" something as it objectively exists.
Mentioned in: Bender-Gestalt Test
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This assumption is consistent with previous research (not on the ABSS) that has similarly linked improved visual-perceptual skills to better writing skills (Case-Smith, 2002; Chan, 2010; Chinn, 2002; Decker et al.
Role of visual-perceptual skills (non-motor) in children with developmental coordination disorder.
1996) Training the Visual-Perceptual Skills of Athletes.
Performance of older adults with and without cerebrovascular accident on the Test of Visual-Perceptual Skills.
Reliability and validity of the test of visual-perceptual skills (non-motor): Revised for Chinese preschoolers.
Similar results were reported using a non-motor visual perceptual test, the Test of Visual-Perceptual Skills (TVPS), by Menken, Cermak and Fisher (1987).

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