Gerald B. Fuller PhD.
The ViMo presents a new angle on visual-motor assessment. Not only does the ViMo indicate the presence of an impairment, but through using the standardised testing of limits procedures, the likelihood that the impairment is caused by emotional or personality disturbance, brain damage or schizophrenia can be detected. Results help you determine the type of further testing that may be necessary. One feature that is unique to the ViMo is that it controls for IQ along with age to provide you with the most accurate results possible. The ViMo's non-verbal format is ideal for use with respondents from different environmental, educational and linguistic backgrounds.
Key Areas Measured
Visual-Motor Impairment likely due to: Emotional or Personality Disturbance, Brain Damage or Schizophrenia.
How to Use The Assessment
The ViMo consists of 6 Gestalt designs that the respondent is asked to replicate on standard white paper. The angles of the drawings are measured using a protractor and scores are based on the degree of rotation and the number of separations and distortions. The Manual outlines a standardised testing-of-limits procedure to give insight into the cause of the impairment.
The ViMo is based on 35 years of diagnostic data and research on visual-motor performance. Normative data is based on large child and adult samples - over 12,000 respondents in total.
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