Stanford-binet scale

Stanford-Binet scale [(stan-fuhrd-bi-nay)]

A test developed in 1916 to measure intelligence and knowledge. After several subsequent revisions, the Stanford-Binet scale became the foundation of intelligence quotient testing.


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