Crawford Small Parts Dexterity Test

Crawford Small Parts Dexterity Test

A performance test that uses the manipulation of small tools under standardized conditions to measure fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination.
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These dexterity tests along with the Crawford Small Parts Dexterity Test, California Performance Test and Perception and Control Test have yet to be correlated with dental hygiene licensure examinations.
The type of manual dexterity test utilized by the dental hygiene programs include the California Performance Test, Crawford Small Parts Dexterity Test, Johnson O'Connor Tweezer Dexterity Test, Perception and Control Test, Purdue Manual Dexterity, and a peg board and symbol digit test.
Other similar tests such as the Crawford Small Parts Dexterity Test (Boyle and Santelli, 1986) and the Space Relation Test (Coy et al.
Boyle AM, Santelli JC (1986) Assessing psychomotor skills: the role of the Crawford Small Parts Dexterity Test as a screening instrument.
Part I of the Crawford Small Parts Dexterity Test (CSPDT), assessed fine motor coordination and hand-eye coordination.