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. Before you invest the time and money to train a new employee, test your applicants for skills like:
- assembling of armatures
- miniature parts
- assembling of clocks and watches
- rapid hand work in the filling of vials
- small lathe work and machine winding
This test provides the answers you need to make informed decisions.
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The O’Connor Finger Dexterity Test is designed to provide therapists and other medical professionals with an accurate and objective measurement of dexterity. This test is designed to test the patient’s ability to manipulate small objects quickly and offers a good predictor of manual dexterity skills. Utilizing a pegboard and pins, this test facilitates the creation of highly customized therapy plans and accurate tracking of patient progress through therapy.
The O’Connor Test has been used successfully as a predictor wherever rapid manipulation of objects, especially the picking up and placing of small parts, is important. This is best illustrated in assembly line work such as the setting of pivots, registering of gear train assemblies and many other operations required in the production of meters. It has also been found useful in predicting success in instrument work which requires the assembling of armatures, miniature parts, assembling of clocks and watches, rapid hand work in the filling of vials, small lathe work and machine winding
The O’Connor Finger Dexterity Test requires hand placement of 3 pins per hole. This test has been used successfully as a predictor for rapid manipulation of small objects, as in assembly line work.