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.
- Stanford-Binet test
[stan-ferd-bi-ney] /ˈstæn fərd bɪˈneɪ/ noun, Psychology. 1. a revised version of the Binet-Simon scale, prepared at Stanford University for use in the U.S. Stanford-Binet test /ˈstænfədbɪˈneɪ/ noun 1. (psychol) a revision, esp for US use, of the Binet-Simon scale designed to measure mental ability by comparing the performance of an individual with the average performance […]
- Stanford research institute
Former name of SRI International.
- Stanford university
education A University in the city of Palo Alto, California, noted for work in computing, especially artificial intelligence. See SAIL. (2003-02-28)
verb, Obsolete. 1. simple past tense of sting. verb (used with object), stung or (Obsolete) stang; stung; stinging. 1. to prick or wound with a sharp-pointed, often venom-bearing organ. 2. to affect painfully or irritatingly as a result of contact, as certain plants do: to be stung by nettles. 3. to cause to smart or […]