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Start What is the Stanford-Binet test? The Stanford-Binet test is a examination meant to gauge intelligence through five factors of cognitive ability.

These five factors include fluid reasoning, knowledge, quantitative reasoning, visual-spatial processing and working memory. Both verbal and nonverbal responses are measured. Each of the five factors is given a weight and the combined score is often reduced to a ratio known commonly as the intelligence quotient, or IQ.

How reliable is the Stanford-Binet test? The Stanford-Binet test is among the most reliable standardized tests currently used in education. It has undergone many validity tests and revisions throughout its century-long history, and while there are undoubtedly a few issues with the assessment, most results are treated as accurate.

That is, individuals with high scores are usually gifted, and those with low Stanford-Binet test scores often face some sort of cognitive disability. French education laws were in flux at the time and Binet was approached by a governmental commission. The commission wanted a device to detect children that possessed notably below-average levels of intelligence for their age.

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Start What is the Stanford-Binet test? The Stanford-Binet test is a examination meant to gauge intelligence through five factors of cognitive ability. These five factors include fluid reasoning, knowledge, quantitative reasoning, visual-spatial processing and working memory. Both verbal and nonverbal responses are measured. Each of the five factors is given a weight and the combined score is often reduced to a ratio known commonly as the intelligence quotient, or IQ.

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Stanford–Binet Intelligence Scales

In an effort to simplify the information gained from the Binet-Simon test into a more comprehensible and easier to understand form, German psychologist William Stern created the now well known Intelligence Quotient IQ. By comparing the age a child scored at to their biological age, a ratio is created to show the rate of their mental progress as IQ. Terman quickly grasped the idea for his Stanford revision with the adjustment of multiplying the ratios by to make them easier to read. As also discussed by Leslie, in , Terman was another of the main forces in spreading intelligence testing in the United States Becker, Terman quickly promoted the use of the Stanford—Binet for schools across the United States where it saw a high rate of acceptance. With over 1.

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Case Study Psychology Using Binet Kamath Test Of Intelligence (BKT)

The term intelligence comes from a Latin word coined by Cicero to translate a Greek word used to cover all cognitive processes. Intelligence is the capacity to acquire knowledge and to learn things. Intelligence is the innate capacity which facilities effective dealing with environment. One of the popular and recent definitions is that of Wechsler, It is the aggregate or global capacity of the individual to act purposefully, to think rationally and to deal effectively with the environment.

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