block design test


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block de·sign test

a performance test using colored blocks that the person tested must use to match pictured designs; one of the subtests of the Wechsler intelligence scales.
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Visuospatial ability was assessed with the Kohs Block Design Test [33].
MMSE: Mini-Mental State Examination, CLOCK: Swedish Clock Test, PROSE: Prose Recall Test, MEMRECOG: Memory Recognition Test, MEMCORRESP: Memory Correspondence Test, DIGSPAN: Digit Span Backward Test, BLOCK: Kohs Block Design Test, SYNUM: Synonyms Test, and INFO: Information Test.
Block Design Test. The LME results for the Block Design Test are shown in Table 5.
In contrast to the results of the ROCF and the Block Design Test, the results of the Clock Drawing Test showed that PD-patients drawing an incorrect clock had lower alpha/theta ratio not only in parietal and occipital brain areas but also in all other brain areas.
Selected patients were subjected to two tests for detection of MHE, Number Connection Test A and Block Design Test. Patients taking [greater than or equal to] 30 seconds were labelled as Positive for MHE.
These mainstream tests include the Kohs Block Design Test (four haptic versions: 1960, 1966, and twice in 2002), the Wechsler intelligence scales (three haptic versions: 1964, 1990, and 1993), Raven's Progressive Matrices (two haptic versions: 1964 and 2007), the D48 (one haptic version: 1968), the Boehm Test of Basic Concepts (one haptic version: 1977), the TONI (one haptic version: 1989), and the Wisconsin Card Sorting Task (one haptic version: 2004).
Testing the nonverbal intelligence of working-age visually impaired adults: Evaluation of the adapted Kohs Block Design Test. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 96, 585-595.
(6) The block design test of WAIS involved subjects to reconstruct the geometric designs using either four or nine, two-tone colored blocks; the raw score of the test was analyzed.
We included tests of visuospatial performance [Block Design test of Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence (WPPSI) (Wechsler 1967), Block Design test of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised (WISC-R) (Wechsler 1974), and Copying Block Design test (used in place of the Bender Test) (Choi et al.
Analysis of problem solving strategies on the Kohs block design test. European Journal of Psychology of Education, 1, 73-88.
For the block design test, investigators measured how well subjects copied a particular block pattern drawn on a piece of paper and how long it took them.
A block design test was used to measure nonverbal reasoning, as this is generally considered to be a good measure of NVR ability over a wide range of difficulty (Cronbach, 1984).