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Significant Squiggles
Robert H. Boyle
April 11, 1983
In their neuropsychological exam, Quarry, Cobb and Pacheco each took a test of visual motor perception, which measures ability to reproduce simple designs like those in the top row. Cobb's figures were normal. Errors by Pacheco and Quarry, even subtle tilting or overlapping, show brain injury.
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April 11, 1983

Significant Squiggles

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In their neuropsychological exam, Quarry, Cobb and Pacheco each took a test of visual motor perception, which measures ability to reproduce simple designs like those in the top row. Cobb's figures were normal. Errors by Pacheco and Quarry, even subtle tilting or overlapping, show brain injury.

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