(DTVP-3) Developmental Test of Visual Perception, Third Edition

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(DTVP-3) Developmental Test of Visual Perception, Third Edition

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Benefits Documents the presence and degree of visual perception and visual–motor difficulties, identifying children who need special help
Ages 4 years, 0 months to 12 years, 11 months
Admin time 30 minutes
Scores Motor–Reduced Visual Perception, Visual–Motor Integration, and General Visual Perception
Publish Date 2013
Qualifications Level C required.
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BY DONALD D. HAMMILL, NILS A. PEARSON, AND JUDITH K. VORESS

The third edition of Marianne Frostig’s popular Developmental Test of Visual Perception offers a useful measure of visual perception and visual–motor integration skills in children. It is composed of five subtests:

  • Eye–Hand Coordination
  • Copying
  • Figure–Ground
  • Visual Closure
  • Form Constancy

Subtest results provide three composite scores: Motor–Reduced Visual Perception, Visual–Motor Integration, and General Visual Perception.

Scores for the five subtests are reliable at .80 or higher, and scores for the three composites are reliable at .90 or higher. These scores are validated by numerous studies and normative data based on a large representative sample (N = 1,035). The DTVP-3 is shown to be unbiased in regard to race, gender, and handedness.

The DTVP-3 is especially useful in identifying candidates for special programs, providing evidence of possible organic impairment, and verifying treatment effectiveness. 

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