The RFFT was developed to provide clinical information regarding nonverbal capacity for fluid and divergent thinking, ability to flexibly shift cognitive set, planning strategies, and executive ability to coordinate this process. Materials include the RFFT Professional Manual and the RFFT Test Booklet. The task is to draw as many unique designs as possible within a set period of time (60 seconds) by connecting the dots in different patterns. In each part of the test booklet, the five dot stimuli are presented in 35 contiguous squares, arranged in a five square by seven square grid. Analogous to the different alphabetical letters that are used in verbal fluency tests, the 5-dot stimulus configurations are different in three parts of the test. In the other two parts, distractors are added to the dot configurations.