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Visual Object and Space Perception Battery

  • Merle James
  • Elizabeth K. Warrington
Assess object and space perception after brain injury
Please allow for up to 6 weeks for delivery.

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  • VOSP: Scoring Sheet
    749133023 Qualification Level B

    Pkg of 25

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  • VOSP: Manual
    749133031 Qualification Level A

    In stock $137.65

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  • VOSP: Complete Kit
    074913402X Qualification Level A

    Includes Manual, 25 Scoring Sheets, and 3 Stimulus Books

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  • VOSP: Stimulus Book 1
    074913304X Qualification Level A

    In stock $195.05

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Studies have established that highly specific impairments of cognitive function can occur following brain damage. A comprehensive assessment must reflect this specificity and include tasks that focus on specific cognitive functions in addition to complex cognitive skills. In this context no individual's profile would be complete without an assessment of object and space perception.

The Visual Object and Space Perception Battery (VOSP) consists of eight tests each designed to assess a particular aspect of object or space perception while minimizing the involvement of other cognitive skills. The VOSP will enable the clinician to compare the scores of a subject with those of a normal control sample and those obtained by patients with right- and left-cerebral lesions.