A test for BRAIN DAMAGE which requires the subject to copy some simple designs. This psychological test was first developed by child neuropsychiatrist Lauretta Bender. The test is used to evaluate "visual-motor maturity", to screen for developmental disorders, or to assess neurological function or brain damage. The original test consists of nine figures, each on its own 3 Ã— 5 card. The subject is shown each figure and asked to copy it onto a piece of blank paper. The test typically takes 7-10 minutes, after which the results are scored based on accuracy and other characteristics.