Finger Dexterity Test

Psychology

Accession Number: 2011.psy.24

Instrument Name: Finger Dexterity Test

Description:

A square wooden box that opens to reveal a square copper plate with 100 holes in it arranged in a 10 x 10 square and a small copper peg.

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Primary Materials: Wood, Copper

Markings:

A label taped to the bottom is damaged but probably reads ‘O’Connor finger dexterity.’

Dimensions (cm): Height = 17.5, Width = 16.5, Length = 4

Function: Measures finger dexterity.

Condition:

Good: It is missing two of its closing mechanisms. The copper plate is corroding.

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Provenance:

Dept of Psychology, U of T. Removed from Psych storage Sept 28, 2011.

Donated to UTSIC: No

Historical Notes:

It would usually include 3 pins to run the test.
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