The ease of administration of the Bender Test certainly contributes to its popularity among psychologists. Variations in administration procedures, however, are not uncommon even for the standard administration (Lezak, 1995). Other modalities of test administration include the stress modality, which involves the repetition of the test under the stress of time pressure, as described by Lezak (1995) and standardized by Brito and Santos (1996), and the immediate and delayed recall of all designs collectively, as reported by Brito, Alfradique, Pereira, Porto, and Santos (1998) in an extensive normative study.
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