Assessments for fine finger and gross motor dexterity skills, including tweezer dexterity, pegboards and hand tool usage tests.
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Grooved Pegboard Dexterity Test
The Grooved Pegboard Dexterity Test assesses the manual dexterity and motor skills for all jobs requiring deft and accurate fine motor manual dexterity.
Hand-Tool Dexterity Test
The Hand-Tool Dexterity Test assesses the basic skills necessary for any job requiring hand tools such as aircraft or automobile mechanics, machine adjusters, maintenance mechanics.
Lafayette Hydraulic Hand Dynamometer
Use the Lafayette Hydraulic Hand Dynamometer to screen applicants for the evaluation of hand trauma or diseased hands.
Lafayette Pegboard – An alternate to the Purdue Pegboard for testing manual dexterity and coordination skills.
Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test
Use the Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test to candidates for rapid eye-hand-finger movement without differentiating size and shape.
O’Connor Finger Dexterity Test
Use the O’Connor Finger Dexterity Test as an accurate and objective measurement of manual dexterity for rapid manipulation of small objects, as in assembly line work.
O’Connor Tweezer Dexterity Test
Use the O’Connor Tweezer Dexterity Test to measure manual dexterity speed for small hand tools, such as the forceps in the hands of the anatomist, or surgeon, or biological laboratory worker.
Purdue Pegboard Dexterity Test
Use the Purdue Pegboard Dexterity Test to screen for industrial jobs such as assembly, packing, operation of certain machines, and other manual jobs.
Roeder Manipulative Aptitude Test
Use the Roeder Manipulative Aptitude Test to assess one’s dexterity focusing on hand, arm, finger dexterity, and speed.
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