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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 JL, Auquier A, Dighiero G, Chastang C, Piguet H, Goasguen J, et al.
Adresses a Titu Maiorescu (1840-1917), le recteur de l'Universite de Bucarest qui avait invite Binet a y donner une serie de conferences au printemps 1895, ces courriers donnaient acces a un episode jusqu'alors peu connu de la vie du psychologue.
Binet reflects on the "act or process of narration" (Neumann and Nunning 204), that is, comments on the organization of the story, his adding or dropping of scenes, and the language he has elected to use: "But I've reached the point in the story where I have to recount Heydrich's first meeting with his wife" (28); "These two men [General Josef Bily and Major General Hugo Vojta]--yes two more--do not really have a role to play in my story.
Diehl et al reported that 55% of their patients presented at Binet A whereas 33% presented with advanced stage C disease4.
Who would blot out existing graffiti marks in preparation for a base coat of paint, as Binet did this past fall for an installation in the stairwell of the Palais de Tokyo, and then decide to leave these erasures visible as part of the work, sans overpainting?
Take, for instance, the moment when Binet declares his intention of naming the book "Operation Anthropoid," after the code name used by the British Special Operations Executive for the plan to kill Heydrich.
An unpublished English translation of a paper by Binet called 'The Educability of Intelligence' .
The focus of this issue of "Systems Newsletter" is serving highly/exceptionally/profoundly gifted learners, those students who score 3+ standard deviations above the mean on the Stanford Binet 5th edition.
The pair 'lost the plot' as they match-raced each other to the middle of the fleet, allowing the consistent Bald Eagle, sailed by Dunn and his crew of Glen Nattrass and Colin Binet from the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron to take the championship with a second in the final race.
They shared the monopoly with the Binet, but, as a result of the Binet publisher's lack of foresight.
Seven patients had a low staging (Binet A), 2 had Binet B and 1 Binet C; according to the Rai classification, 4 patients were in the low-risk category (Rai 0), 5 in the intermediate-risk category (Rai I-II) and one in the high-risk category (Rai IV).