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74309d7132 At Home Classroom Sign In Sign Up Sign In Sign Up At Home Shop by AgeShop by CategoryFeatured ShopsHomeschoolFamily Learning Center Classroom Shop by GradeShop by SubjectProductsClassroom SolutionsEvaluate & Sample HMH AssessmentsOther Clinical AssessmentsBender-Gestalt II Bender Visual-Motor Gestalt Test Request More Info Shop Now Bender-Gestalt II Authors: Gary Brannigan, Scott Decker, Second Edition, 2003 Purpose: Assessment visual-motor integration functioning Restriction Level: Medium Ages: 4 to 85+ years Times: 10-15 minutes Scoring: PR, SS, T scores, and CI overview administration Scoring overview General Information The Bender Visual-Motor Gestalt Test, originally published in 1938 by Lauretta Bender, M.D., is one of the most widely used psychological tests in the past half century. All rights reserved. population. The Global Scoring System provides an overall impression of an individual’s performance on the Bender-Gestalt II. The Second Edition (Bender-Gestalt II) continues its tradition as a brief test of visual-motor integration that can provide interpretive information about an individual's development and psychological functioning. We’re sorry You have selected a product that is available for purchase only by a customer with an institutional account.
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