Yes, the WPPSI-IV uses an ink dauber for processing speed, to reduce the confounds of fine motor skills. The WISC-IV and WISC-V both require some fine-motor skills for the coding subtest of processing speed. There have been attempts to make the symbols somewhat easier to write, but it remains to be seen whether it will help remove the fine motor confound. Symbol Search and Cancellation are both just cross-off tasks, so there is substantially less impact from pencil skills.
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