Binet-Simon scale


Bi·net–Si·mon scale

noun \bi-ˌnā-sē-ˈmōⁿ-\

Definition of BINET-SIMON SCALE

:  an intelligence test consisting originally of tasks graded from the level of the average 3-year-old to that of the average 12-year-old but later extended in range

Origin of BINET-SIMON SCALE

Alfred Binet †1911 and Théodore Simon †1961 French psychologists
First Known Use: 1914

Bi·net–Si·mon scale

noun \bi-ˌnā-sē-ˈmōⁿ-\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of BINET–SIMON SCALE

: an intelligence test consisting originally of tasks graded from the level of the average 3-year-old to that of the average 12-year-old but later extended in range—called also Binet-Simon test, Binet test; see stanford-binet test

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