Rivermead assessment test, England, 1991
The Rivermead Perceptual Assessment Battery measured deficits in visual perception that could follow strokes or head injuries. It was invented in 1985. A patient was given 16 tests over a one-hour period. This subtest consists of shaped wooden blocks. It was used with patients ranging from teenagers to those in old age. Patients recreated a complex model using the shapes. It was made by the National Foundation for Educational Research in 1991. This was also known as NFER-Nelson. The test was developed at the Rivermead Rehabilitation Centre in Oxford, England.
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Glossary: visual perception test