The measurement of intelligence; an explanation of and a complete guide for the use of the Stanford revision and extension of the Binet-Simon intelligence scale, by Lewis M. Terman ...

Boston, New York Houghton Mifflin Company [1916] .

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Other Title Binet-Simon intelligence scale
Subjects Binet-Simon Test.
Intelligence -- Tests.
Intelligence Tests.
Intelligence tests.
Medidas De Inteligencia.
Stanford-Binet Test.
Stanford-Binet, Échelle de.
Series Riverside textbooks in education.
Description xviii pages, 2 leaves, [3]-362 pages illustrations.
Copyright Date [1916]
Notes "Selected references": pages 349-356; "Suggestions for a teacher's private library on exceptional children" pages 357-358.
Summary The constant and growing use of the Binet-Simon intelligence scale in public schools, institutions for defectives, reform schools, juvenile courts, and police courts is sufficient evidence of the intrinsic worth of the method. It is generally recognized, however, that the serviceableness of the scale has hitherto been seriously limited, both by the lack of a sufficiently detailed guide and by a number of recognized imperfections in the scale itself. The Stanford revision and extension has been worked out for the purpose of correcting as many as possible of these imperfections, and it is here presented with a rather minute description of the method as a whole and of the individual tests. The aim has been to present the explanations and instructions so clearly and in such an untechnical form as to make the book of use, not only to the psychologist, but also to the rank and file of teachers, physicians, and social workers. More particularly, it is designed as a text for use in normal schools, colleges, and teachers' reading-circles. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2004 APA, all rights reserved).
Network Numbers (OCoLC)186102
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WorldCat Identities Terman, Lewis M. 1877-1956.
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