A review of dexterity assessments for fine finger dexterity conducted by Yancosek and Howell (2009) found the Purdue Pegboard Test of Manual Dexterity and Coordination to be the most psychometrically sound assessment.
The Purdue Pegboard Test was found to have good construct validity and test-retest reliability based on a large sample of healthy patient populations.
Motor activity was evaluated with Purdue Pegboard Test
Among the tests performed were: Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale III, Wechsler Memory Scale Ill, the Stroop Color and Word Test, Trail Making Part A and B Tests, REY Complex Figure Test, Controlled Oral Word Association Test (FAS), Animal Naming, Boston Naming Test, and Purdue Pegboard Test
Included were the Jebsen-Taylor Hand Function Test, simple and choice reaction time tasks and the Purdue Pegboard test
For the Purdue Pegboard test, the findings were not consistent across subtests or across sites.
The Purdue Pegboard tests visual-motor coordination, manual dexterity, and motor speed.
Participants' hand speed and hand speed asymmetry were assessed with the Purdue Pegboard Test
My long fingernails compromised speed with the placement of tiny pegs in the pegboard holes during the Purdue pegboard Test
Average scores on the Purdue Pegboard Test
for the group (N=27) were: Right hand 16%, Left hand 17%, Assembly 13%).
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In a systematic review by Causby, Reed, McDonnell, and Hillier (2014), the Purdue Pegboard Test
(PPT) was identified as one of the top three assessments of hand dexterity for health care professionals, due to its relatively higher reliability and validity and fewer confounding variables, such as age, gender, and handedness.