Dotting machine, England, 1920-1940

Made:
1920-1940 in England

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Dotting machine, for testing accident-proneness in industrial workers, in wooden case, used by May Smith and Culpin, English, 1920-1940

Dotting machine, for testing accident-proneness in industrial workers. This device was used by psychologists May Smith and Millais Culpin of the Industrial Fatigue Research Board; a body originally set up to study the health of munitions workers during World War I. Manufactured by Edgar Schuster in England, 1920-1940

Details

Category:
Psychology, Psychiatry & Anthropometry
Object Number:
1981-1392
type:
psychometric test
credit:
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicin