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Stanford-binet intelligence scale

Stanford-Binet intelligence scale

A standardised test for the measurement of intelligence consisting of a series of questions, graded according to the intelligence of normal children at different ages, the answers to which indicate the mental age of the person tested; primarily used with children, but also contains norms for adults standardised against adult age levels rather than those of children, as formerly was the case.

Synonym: binet test.

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