Binet


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Bi•net

(bɪˈneɪ)

n.
Alfred, 1857–1911, French psychologist.
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Noun1.Binet - French psychologist remembered for his studies of the intellectual development of children (1857-1911)
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Binet doesn't believe that such an eminent philosopher could die such an ordinary death.
Since the days of Binet, psychologists have agreed that intelligence is much more complex than a single number and may be in fact divided into many subcategories.
Binet admits that since The Blue of Distance, some of his subsequent ballets have worked, others not so much.
There are two staging systems, Binet and Rai, separating patients with different prognoses.
C'est cette realite du travail historique qu'illustrent les archives du psychologue francais Alfred Binet (1857-1911).
Before structuring her images, Binet spent time in and around the house which was constructed in the mid-sixties, exploring its structure so she could capture the qualities and elements of its construction.
Having taught for some time in Slovakia, had a local girlfriend, and frequently visited Prague, Binet makes these biographical items part of his text: "On arriving in Bratislava in 1996, before going to work as a French teacher in a Slovakian military academy, one of the first things I asked the secretary to the military attache at the embassy .
The presentations and discussions at the roundtable were lively and provocative for speakers and audience alike, and so Phil proposed a special feature in Romanic Review that would include the text of my talk on French "faction" and interviews with Rousso and Binet that Phil and I were to conduct after the roundtable.
Kuniko Binet, originally born and raised in Japan where she developed her keen sense of smell naturally, crated Hexarom with her passion about aromatherapy and fragrance.
Where Binet saw wartime heroism and struggled to divulge it without resorting to "cheap literary effects," I saw the financial crisis of 2008 in -retrospect-and a story that refused to boil itself down to a simple lineage of cause and effect, faulted and failed.
5,6 The Binet clinical staging system is used to define disease extent and predict survival.