The KOPPITZ-2 is a highly reliable, valid measure of visual-motor integration skills that applies the developmental approach to scoring made so popular by its originator, Dr. Elizabeth Munsterberg Koppitz. From its modest beginnings in Bob and Cathy Smith's home years ago, PAR has grown into a leading publisher of psychological assessment materials designed to help our Customers better serve their clients. Reynolds, PhD. Measures visual-motor integration skills. Paper and pencil.
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One of the most frequently-used psychological tests has been extensively revised and updated for today's applications.
For the first time, the Koppitz Developmental Scoring System has been normed on a nationally-stratified, census-matched sample of children and adults from throughout the United States.
Separate scoring systems are provided for young children ages and older children and adults ages years. The KOPPITZ-2 is ideal for psychologists, educational diagnosticians, licensed professional counselors, OTs, and others with proper training in the use of psychological tests of visual-motor integration.
The KOPPITZ-2 requires the client to draw increasingly-complex figures, from a model the Bender designs , on a plain sheet of paper, and to organize the task independently. It is a less structured task of visual-motor integration, providing a more ecologically-sound approach in assessment of visual-motor integration skills, relative to highly-structured drawing tasks.
Detailed scoring guides, and a clear template, are provided for the developmental scoring systems that result in high levels of interscorer reliability. The Koppitz-2 provides standard scores and percentile ranks, along with specialized scores and age equivalents, to meet the needs of all practitioners.
The normative sample of 3, individuals is matched to the U. Internal consistency alpha reliabilities, for all but one age, are above. The reliability of 5-year-old children, is. The average of reliabilities across ages is. Stoelting Co. Please select a Division first. Age Range: years Time: minutes One of the most frequently-used psychological tests has been extensively revised and updated for today's applications.
Uses of the KOPPITZ-2 Determines presence, and degree, of any extant visual-motor problems Identifies candidates for remedial programs, and visual-motor training Evaluates effectiveness of intervention programs, and monitors recovery following acute injury Monitors progressive disease processes that affect visual-motor integration skills Research gathering The normative sample of 3, individuals is matched to the U.
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(KOPPITZ-2) Koppitz Developmental Scoring System for the Bender Gestalt Test, Second Edition
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One of the most frequently used psychological tests of the last century has been extensively revised and updated for today's applications to your practice. The new KOPPITZ-2 has been expanded to cover a broad age range with additional designs and a revised scoring system to add reliability at all levels. For the first time, the Koppitz Developmental Scoring System has been normed on a nationally stratified, census matched sample of children and adults from throughout the United States. It is a highly reliable, valid measure of visual-motor integration skills that applies the developmental approach to scoring made so popular by its originator, Dr. Elizabeth Munsterberg Koppitz. The age range has been extended to allow the evaluation of special education students through age 21 and to assist in the evaluation of the visual-motor integration deficits of the growing population of seniors.
Koppitz Developmental Scoring System for the Bender-Gestalt Test | Second Edition