Purpose: Assess visual-motor integration functioning
Age: 4-85 years
Time: 10-15 minutes
The Bender Visual-Motor Gestalt Test (Bender-Gestalt II) is a brief assessment of visual-motor integration that may provide interpretive information about an individual's development and neuropsychological functioning.
The Bender-Gestalt II is ideal for use as a first measure in an extended psychological battery. With its simple design and administration, the Bender-Gestalt II is an effective and non-threatening warm-up to more challenging assessments. It may be used as a screener for neuropsychological impairment.
The Bender II consists of a series of template cards, each displaying a unique figure. The individual is asked to draw each figure as he or she observes it. The design card is not removed until the drawing is complete.
The Bender-Gestalt II offers insight into:
- Mental Retardation
- Learning Disabilities
- Alzheimer's Disease
- Supplemental tests of simple motor and perceptual ability help identify specific visual-motor deficits
- New recall procedure to assess visual-motor memory provides a more comprehensive assessment of visual-motor skills
- Comprehensive testing observations including physical demeanour, drawing technique, test-taking behaviour, and attitude
- New norms for Copy and Recall procedures based on 4,000 cases
- Co-normed with the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales, Fifth Edition (SB5).
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Specialist: Psychology (S1)
- Master degree in psychology OR
- Bachelor degree in psychology, PLUS evidence of training in assessment
Specialist: Occupational Therapist (S3)
- Master degree in Occupational Therapy OR
- Bachelor degree Occupational Therapy, PLUS evidence of training in assessment