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Copy of Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency 2nd Edition

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BOT-2
Purpose of Test
Designed to assess gross and fine motor skills.

Primary Uses:
Supporting diagnoses of motor impairments
Screening
Making education placement decisions
Developing and evaluation motor training programs
Assisting clinicians and researchers
General Information
Available from: Pearson
Complete test (Fine & Gross) $837.00
Time Required
10-15 minutes for each composite test
40-60 minutes for complete test
15-20 minutes for short test
Ages
4-21 years
Training Required
Watch training video included with test
Be a PT or OT
Materials & Equipment
25 examinees booklets
Manual
Scoring transparency
15 blocks
50 cards
Peg board
20 pennies
2 red pencils
Shuttle block
Target
Standardization
Specific instructions and procedures for administration and scoring
Norm referenced with a normative sample of 1,520 individuals aged 4-21 in 38 states
Sample selection was stratified across race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and disability status in each age group.
Subtests
Subtest 1:
Fine Motor Precision
Subtest 2:
Fine Motor Integration
Subtest 3:
Manual Dexterity
Subtest 4
Bilateral Coordination
Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency 2nd Edition
Administration easel
25 record forms
Balance beam
Box
Knee pad
30 pegs
Penny pad
Scissors
String
Tennis ball
Stop watch
Tape measure
Subtest 5:
Balance
Subtest 6:
Running Speed and Agility
Subtest 7:
Upper-Limb Coordination
Subtest 8:
Strength
Validity
Reliability
Internal Structure
Content Validity
Construct Validity
Tested against other tests
PDMS-2
TVMSR
Internal consistency reliability, using the split-half method, for each subtest and composite in each of the 12 age groups
Test-retest reliability in three age ranges
Interrater reliability for each subtest in one age range spanning all 12 age groups
Advantages
Strong interrater and test-retest reliability
Covers wide age range
Large sample including children with disabilities
Separate gross and fine motor composite scores for comparison
Short form is available
Disadvantages
Some subsets depending on age have weak test-retest reliability
It is difficult to use with children who have disabilities
New assessment tools with limited research
Standard scores not sensitive to change over time
Usefulness for OT
Gives a good baseline for strengths and weaknesses
Can choose between subtests and use ones that apply the most
Things in test are functional skills that are fun for a child to do
References

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Bruininks, R. H., & Bruininks, B. D. (n.d.).
Retrieved from http://www.pediatricapta.org/events/ACP/2012/pedsfwdcampbell2/BOT-2MG.pdf

Bruininks, R. H. & Bruininks, B. D. (2005). Bruininks-
Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency: Examiners Manual (2nd ed.). Circle Pines, MN: AGS Publishing

Deitz, J. C., Kartin, D., & Kopp, K. (2007). Review of the
Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency, second edition (BOT-2). Physical & Occupational Therapy in Prediatrics, 27(4), 87-102
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