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Michael Hirsch Assessment Testing
Visual Analogies - This subtest requires the examinee to choose pictures that will complete visual analogies. The examinee selects an answer from five choices displayed below each analogy.
Analogies tap the ability to conceptualize relationships and engage in perceptual reasoning and associative thinking. The examinee is required to view objects from different perspectives, deduce the relationship that exists between them, and apply this information to other objects. Performance may be affected by attention to visual details, concentration, and cognitive flexibility.