Lafayette Instrument O'Connor Tweezer Dexterity Test
This dexterity test is used to determine the proficiency of employees in performing work (especially assembly) similar to the movements exercised by the test. It is also used in rehabilitation and physical therapy programs to measure progress in patients recovering from injury.
The O'Connor Tweezer Dexterity Test requires the use of tweezers in placing a single pin in each 1/16" diameter hole. A high score indicates manual aptitude for work involving the use of precision small tools, such as hair replacement procedures. Includes 1 tweezer, 100 pins, and detailed examiner's manual.