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|Visual Sequential Memory|
|Visual Sequential Memory is a perceptual skill that allows you to remember the order or sequence of items you see. For example, remembering the order of letters in a word or the order of words in a sentence. Children with visual sequential memory difficulties will experience difficulty copying from the board, learning to read, & remembering what they have read. Occupational Therapists are trained in evaluating visual sequential memory. |
Related Terms: visual perception, visual discrimination, visual memory, visual form constancy, visual figure-ground, visual spatial relations, & visual closure.
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