The MVR Awareness evaluation provides unique insights into aspects of an athlete’s fluid intelligence, spatial awareness, and motor performance. It measures a specific spatial ability—to visualize how a three-dimensional object rotates in space—that has been tied to increased performance in various sports, including soccer, gymnastics, wrestling, and basketball.
The MVR Drive evaluation promotes an accurate understanding of an athlete’s personality and motivation. It measures how closely he or she pays attention to internal and external forces and to what extent they are willing to adjust attitudes and behaviors depending on the circumstances. For example, is an athlete more likely to do something based on internal disposition, or on various social cues received from the environment?
The MVR Vision evaluation scores factors relating to an athlete’s visual-spatial intelligence, processing speed, and abstract reasoning. It measures his or her innate abilities to analyze novel visual problems, identify patterns and relationships that underpin these problems, and predict visual and spatial events. Numerous studies have tied perceptual-cognitive elements such as reaction time, focus, and motion perception to athletic ability.