(TVMS-3) Test of Visual-Motor Skills, Third Edition

by Nancy A. Martin, PhD
Norms
Based on a national sample of 2,610 individuals
Scores
Standard scores, percentile ranks, and age equivalents for general accuracy and error analysis
Format
Design copying tasks; individual or group administration
ADMIN TIME
20-30 minutes
Ages
3 through 90+ years
Benefit
Provides a single measure of visual-motor skills across all ages
Qualifications
Level C required.

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TVMS-3 Kit
SKU: AP-46
Includes 15 Test Booklets; 15 Record Forms; Manual
1 x TVMS-3 Kit   + $155.00
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TVMS-3 Manual
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1 x TVMS-3 Manual   + $80.00
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TVMS-3 Record Form (Pack of 15)
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1 x TVMS-3 Record Form (Pack of 15)   + $20.00
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TVMS-3 Test Booklet (Pack of 15)
SKU: AP-46A
1 x TVMS-3 Test Booklet (Pack of 15)   + $55.00

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    BY NANCY A. MARTIN, PHD

    This test replaces two previous, age-specific measures of visual-motor ability--the TVMS-R and TVMS-UL. It offers easier administration, greater convenience, and considerable economy.

    The new TVMS-3 uses design copying to find out how well individuals can coordinate visually guided, fine-motor movements. Distortions and inaccuracies in copied designs help identify deficits in visual perception, motor planning, and execution.
    The test-taker is asked to reproduce 39 increasingly complex geometric designs--each in a single attempt, without sketching or tracing. Scoring is quick and easy--rulers and protractors are no longer needed. The Record Form lists common errors for each design, and the Manual presents detailed scoring guidelines.

    Nine kinds of errors are identified: Incorrect Closures; Incorrect Angles; Line Quality; Line Lengths; Line Connections; Modification of Size or Part; Addition or Deletion of a Part; Rotation or Reversal; and Shape Overlap. By analyzing these errors, you get a detailed evaluation of visual-motor skills. When used in conjunction with a visual perception test, the TVMS-3 can differentiate visual-motor and perceptual impairments.