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(bē-nā'),
Alfred, French psychologist, 1857-1911. See: Binet age, Binet scale, Binet test, Binet-Simon scale, Stanford-Binet intelligence scale.
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Binet reflects on the genre he has chosen to practice--the novel grounded in documentary research: "The dialogue in the preceding chapter is the perfect example of the difficulties I'm facing.
The median survival and the rates of 5- and 10-yr survivals according to Binet's and Rai's Stages Median 5-yr 10-yr Stage survival (mo) survival (%) survival (%) Binet A 82.
Alfred Binet, New Methods for the Diagnosis of the Intellectual Level of Subnormals, in The Development of Intelligence in Children (Elizabeth S.
It is the heavily nuanced conflict between these two tensions in the text that Crary invites us to examine in Darwin as well as in Freud, in William James as in Wundt, in Ribot as in Fechner or Binet, in Bergson as well as in Peirce and Nietzsche, and through all those for whom hypnosis, for example, constituted one of the major phenomena of the new undecidability attached to the phenomenon of the human subject.
London, Feb 9 ( ANI ): A three-year-old girl from Guildford, Surrey, who scored 162 in the Stanford Binet test, has been unveiled as the one of the youngest ever members of high IQ society Mensa.
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In the same way that Julius Shulman's crisp black and white photographs became the visual embodiment of Californian Modernism, so the images of Swiss photographer Helene Binet have also come to epitomise a specific nineties/noughties architectural zeitgeist.
The current clinical consensus recommends against relying exclusively on clinical staging systems such as the Rai (3) or Binet (4) score for prognostic assessment of CLL patients.
Speaking from Yogyakarta on the island, spokeswoman Harriet Binet said: "We're still focusing on delivering drinking water and emergency shelters.
MD Tom Binet refused to reveal which chain he had spoken to, but said it was one of the big four.
at 3 and 5 years of age) were measured using the Stanford Binet test (Canfield et al.