Stanford-Binet test


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Stan·ford-Bi·net test

 (stăn′fərd-bĭ-nā′)
n.
A standard intelligence test adapted from the Binet-Simon scale for use in the United States, especially in the assessment of children.

[After Stanford University in western California near Palo Alto.]

Stanford-Binet test

(ˌstænfədbɪˈneɪ)
n
(Psychology) 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 for his or her age group. See also Binet-Simon scale, intelligence test
[C20: named after Stanford University, California, and Alfred Binet (1857–1911), French psychologist]

Stan′ford-Binet′ test`

(ˈstæn fərd)

n.
any of several revised versions of the Binet-Simon scale for testing intelligence.
[1916; after Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, and A. Binet]
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Noun1.Stanford-Binet test - revision of the Binet-Simon Scale
intelligence test, IQ test - a psychometric test of intelligence; "they used to think that intelligence is what an intelligence test tests"
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