Normative values for 18-30 ages of Benton Visual Retention Test correct scores and intelligence quotients: a short report for clinical comparison

This source preferred by Holly Chinnery

Authors: Thompson, S.B.N., Gander, J. and Chinnery, H.

Journal: WMC Oncology

Volume: 2

Pages: 1-6

ISSN: 2046-1690

The Benton Visual Retention Test (BVRT) is a well known test used to assess visual memory deficits and visual spatial abilities in patients. There is normative data available for the 18-30 age range though it is not comprehensive and does not cover the higher intelligence quotient ranges. Findings from two studies are presented in combination for use as normative correct score values.

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