Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration
A neuropsychological test assessing visuoconstructive abilities. Visual-motor integration tests are designed to assess an individual's ability to integrate their visual and motor abilities. Currently, the most widely used and researched test of this kind is the Beery-Buktenica Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration.
The Developmental Test of Visual Motor Integration or Beery VMI is a developmental sequence of geometric forms that are copied with paper and pencil. The purpose of assessing visuoconstructive abilities is to help identify children who may need special assistance, to obtain needed services for them, and to test the effectiveness of educational and other interventions. The Full Form 30-item Beery VMI can be administered either in a group or individual format and typically takes 10 to 15 minutes. The test is used for children ages 2 through ...
- Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration
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- Encyclopedia of Child Behavior and Development
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