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The '''Rivermead Perceptual Assessment Battery''' is an assesment battery that can be used after [[stroke]] or [[head injury]] to establish a person's level of visual perceptual functioning. '''Repeated measures''' allows for progress in [[cognitive rehabilitation]] to be measured.
 
The '''Rivermead Perceptual Assessment Battery''' is an assesment battery that can be used after [[stroke]] or [[head injury]] to establish a person's level of visual perceptual functioning. '''Repeated measures''' allows for progress in [[cognitive rehabilitation]] to be measured.

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The Rivermead Perceptual Assessment Battery is an assesment battery that can be used after stroke or head injury to establish a person's level of visual perceptual functioning. Repeated measures allows for progress in cognitive rehabilitation to be measured.

Sub-testsEdit

The battery includes 16 sub-tests including:

  • Picture matching
  • Object matching
  • Size recognition
  • Series
  • Missing articles
  • Sequencing pictures
  • Right/left copying words
  • Cube copying
  • Three-dimensional copying
  • Cancellation
  • Figure ground discrimination
  • Animal halves
  • Body-image self-identification

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