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$139.00
$150.00

Lafayette O'Connor Tweezers Dexterity Test #32022

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.

$92.00
$120.00

Lafayette Grooved Pegboard Dexterity Test #32025
  • The Grooved Pegboard Test is amanipulative dexterity test that contains twenty-five holes with randomly positioned slots and pegs which have a key along one side. Pegs must be rotated to match the hole before they can be inserted.
  • This procedure measures performance speed in a fine motor task by examining both sides of the body, inferences may be drawn regarding possible lateral brain damage.
  • The test requires more complete visual motor coordination than most of our pegboards and has been used in several neuropsychological test batteries, in student labs, and as a screening technique in industrial environment.
  • The Grooved Pegboard is equipped with pegs, and examiner's manual with norms.
  • The pegs are conveniently stored under the nameplate.


$139.00
$150.00

Lafayette O'Connor Finger Dexterity Test #32021

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. It has also been found useful in predicting success for instrument work, such as the assembling of armatures, miniature parts of clocks and watches, rapid hand and eye work, filling vials and small lathe work.

$122.00
$150.00

Lafayette Purdue Pegboard Dexterity Test #32020

TEST BACKGROUND:
  • The Purdue Pegboard Test was first developed by Joseph Tiffin, Ph.D., an Industrial Psychologist at Purdue University in 1948. Since that time, this device has been used extensively to aid in the selection of employees for jobs that require fine and gross motor dexterity and coordination. It measures gross movements of hands, fingers and arms, and fingertip dexterity as necessary in assembly tasks.
  • The Purdue Pegboard can be used for many testing applications, such as Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Vocational Evaluation, and Pre-employment Screening. Other applications for the test can be found by doing a bibliography search.
  • The pegboard comes complete with pins, collars and washers, as well as an examiner's manual with norms.
WHO USES THE PURDUE PEGBOARD?
  • Physical and Occupational therapists use the Purdue Pegboard for injury rehabilitation. They use the test as a tool to obtain baseline data on a patient. They also use it to document patient progress and / or degree of disability.
  • Vocational Evaluators use the Purdue Pegboard to determine a subject's ability and aptitude for certain work-related applications and for recommending placement in jobs that require manual dexterity. The Purdue Pegboard is also used to develop a specific training program that will give an individual the skills to complete a job task that requires manual dexterity.
  • Human Resource Directors and Temporary Staffing Agencies use the Purdue Pegboard as a pre-employment screening and selection tool. An applicant's performance on the Purdue Pegboard can indicate their ability to perform in a job/task that requires manual dexterity.


$239.00
$250.00

Lafayette Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test #32023

WHAT IS THE MINNESOTA MANUAL DEXTERITY TEST?
  • This widely used test measures capacity for simple but rapid eye-hand-finger movement. This is particularly applicable in shop and office occupations requiring quick movement in handling simple tools and production materials without differentiating size and shape.
  • Includes carrying case, manual, record blanks, and norms.
WHO USES THE MINNESOTA MANUAL DEXTERITY TEST?
  • The Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test can be used for many testing applications. Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, vocational evaluation, and pre-employment screening are four generalized uses of the Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test . Other applications for the Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test can be found by doing a bibliography search.
  • Physical and Occupational Therapists use the Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test for injury rehabilitation. The Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test is a tool used to obtain baseline data on a patient. This test can also be used to document patient progress and/or degree of disability.
  • Vocational evaluators use the Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test to determine a subject's ability and aptitude for certain work related applications and for recommending job placement that requires manual dexterity. The Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test is also used to develop a specific training program that will give an individual the skills to complete a job task that requires manual dexterity.
  • Human Resource Directors and Temporary Staffing Agencies use the Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test as a pre-employment screening and selection tool. An applicant's performance on the Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test can indicate their ability to perform in a job/task that requires manual dexterity.


$289.00
$300.00

Lafayette Complete Minnesota Dexterity Test #32023A

The Complete Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test measures simple hand-eye coordination and gross motor skills. It consists of a battery of five tests:
  • Placing
  • Turning
  • Displacing
  • One-Hand Turning and Placing
  • Two-Hand Turning and Placing
Test includes 2 folding boards, 60 blocks, carrying case, and instruction manual.

WHO USES THE COMPLETE MINNESOTA MANUAL DEXTERITY TEST?
  • The Complete Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test can be used for many testing applications. Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, vocational evaluation, and pre-employment screening are four generalized uses of the Complete Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test. Other applications for the Complete Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test can be found by doing a bibliography search.
  • Physical and Occupational Therapists use the Complete Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test for injury rehabilitation. The Complete Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test is a tool used to obtain baseline data on a patient. This test can also be used to document patient progress and / or degree of disability.
  • Vocational evaluators use the Complete Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test to determine a subject's ability and aptitude for certain work related applications and for recommending job placement that requires manual dexterity. The Complete Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test is also used to develop a specific training program that will give an individual the skills to complete a job task that requires manual dexterity.
  • Human Resource Directors and Temporary Staffing Agencies use the Complete Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test as a pre-employment screening and selection tool. An applicant's performance on the Complete Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test can indicate their ability to perform in a job / task that requires manual dexterity.


$219.00
$225.00

Lafayette Roeder Manipulative Aptitude Test #32026

The Roeder Manipulative Aptitude Test measures hand, arm, finger dexterity, and speed. It is designed to test individuals for employment and to test elementary through college students when dexterity is a primary requirement.

The board has four receptacles for holding washers, rods, caps, and nuts.The performance board also is comprised of a horizontal T-bar and 40 inserts arranged in a predetermined pattern.

Comes complete with instruction manual, norms and record blanks.

$219.00
$250.00

Lafayette Hand Tool Dexterity Test #32521

This test measures proficiency in using ordinary mechanical tools. The test consists of tools and two uprights with bolts. The object is to disassemble all the bolts from one upright and reassemble them on corresponding rows of the other upright with the heads of the bolts inside. This type of skill is important in many different factory jobs, in industrial apprentice training, and in servicing many types of instrumentation.

Results of the test have been used to determine vocational interest and as an indicator of success where job / tasks require the use of these or similar tools. Reference literature suggests the use of this test to assess performance when hands will be covered when using the tools incorporated in this test.

Includes norms for guidance

$2,895.00

Lafayette Occupational Skill Assessment Test Battery for Dexterity Evaluation #32604

This battery is used to measure the progress in rehabilitation and return-to-work capability of individuals performing jobs/tasks that require manual dexterity, hand-eye coordination, steadiness and perceptual motor skills. Placement personnel and human resource departments can gpretest a job applicant's suitability for assembly and other jobs where frequent manipulation of objects in confined spaces is required.
  • 1832011 Steadiness Tester, Hole Type
  • 1832020 Purdue Pegboard Test
  • 1832022 O'Connor Tweezers Test
  • 1832023 Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test
  • 1832026 Roeder Manipulative Aptitude Test
  • 1832521 Hand Tool Dexterity Test
  • 1832532 Two-Arm Coordination Test
  • 1858024A Auto-Scoring Mirror Tracer


$110.00

Lafayette Hand Steadiness Tester- Hole Type #32011

The subject's task is to hold a metal-tipped stylus in 9 progressively smaller hole sizes without touching the sides. The effects on steadiness of right vs. left, exercise, smoking, alcohol ingestion and other factors can be observed.

A Counter is required for testing. See 1858024C Impulse Counter

$595.00

Lafayette Impulse Counter #58024C

This battery-operated impulse counter works noiselessly, thus eliminating any cues given by other counters' clicks. The 6-digit LCD display can record over 50 counts per second. Activated by contact closure across the front panel binding posts.

Can be used with the following equipment:
  • Hand Steadiness Tester- Hole Type #32011
  • Two Arm Coordination Test #32532
  • Auto-Scoring Mirror Tracer #58024A


$595.00

Lafayette Two Arm Coordination Test #32532

This is a test of motor coordination and learning which requires both arms to work together. The subject's task is to move the metal pointer around the anodized star pattern without leaving the pattern.A Counter is required for testing. See 1858024C Impulse Counter

$850.00

Lafayette Auto-Scoring Mirror Tracer #58024A

This tracing device involves reversal ability, hand-eye coordination and learning. Subject is required to trace the star pattern while watching only its mirror image. This automated unit comes with an impulse counter which counts every time the metal-tipped stylus leaves the anodized star pattern. Includes Pegboard and Round Pegs, Graded Pegboard, Pegboard with Square Pegs, instruction manual with screening procedures and post-test forms (1858024C Counter included).

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