TVPS-3: Test of Visual Perception Skills - Third Edition

The TVPS-3 assesses the visual perceptual skills of students aged 4-0 to 18-11 years
  • Author:
    Author
  • Year:
    2006
  • Age Range:
    4-0 through 18-11
  • Administration Time:
    25 minutes
  • Administration Type:
    Individual
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The TVPS-3 assesses the visual perceptual skills of students aged 4-0 to 18-11 years. The tasks are divided into seven subtests:

  • Visual Discrimination
  • Visual Memory
  • Visual Spatial Relationships
  • Form Constancy
  • Visual Sequential Memory
  • Figure-Ground
  • Visual Closure

The manual contains an updated review of literature pertaining to the importance of visual perceptual skills for the tasks a child faces in both school and home settings.

The test uses black and white line drawings as stimuli for all of the tasks; the stimulus plates are bound in a convenient easel-style booklet. The items are presented in a multiple-choice format and responses can be made vocally (by saying the letter of the response choice) or by pointing to the answer choice. This format is ideal for use with students who may have impairments in motor, speech, hearing, neurological, or cognitive functions.

Scoring is quick and uncomplicated. The TVPS-3 provides updated norms gathered from over 2000 students and the overall score is reported as a standard score and percentile rank.

 

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The TVPS-3 assesses the visual perceptual skills of students aged 4-0 to 18-11 years. The tasks are divided into seven subtests:

  • Visual Discrimination
  • Visual Memory
  • Visual Spatial Relationships
  • Form Constancy
  • Visual Sequential Memory
  • Figure-Ground
  • Visual Closure

The manual contains an updated review of literature pertaining to the importance of visual perceptual skills for the tasks a child faces in both school and home settings.

The test uses black and white line drawings as stimuli for all of the tasks; the stimulus plates are bound in a convenient easel-style booklet. The items are presented in a multiple-choice format and responses can be made vocally (by saying the letter of the response choice) or by pointing to the answer choice. This format is ideal for use with students who may have impairments in motor, speech, hearing, neurological, or cognitive functions.

Scoring is quick and uncomplicated. The TVPS-3 provides updated norms gathered from over 2000 students and the overall score is reported as a standard score and percentile rank.

 

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