Kohs blocks

Kohs blocks

noun pl \ˈkōs-ˌbläks\

Definition of KOHS BLOCKS

: a set of small variously colored blocks that are used to form test patterns in psychodiagnostic examination

Biographical Note for KOHS BLOCKS

Kohs, Samuel Calmin (1890–1984), American psychologist. Kohs spent his career in clinical and educational psychology. He introduced his block test in 1918.

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