Assessment Technologies - Screen Shot
Michael Hirsch Assessment Testing
Visual Closure - This subtest requires the examinee to identify an object as a picture as it gradually becomes visible on the screen. The examinee is instructed to click on the screen as soon as he/she knows what the picture represents. The examinee then chooses an answer from the four choices that appear on the bottom of the screen.
Visual Closure is a computer-unique subtest that accurately measures the examinee's visual closure performance. Performance on this subtest may be influenced by an individual's ability to focus on a task, visual inferencing skills and prior knowledge.