Binet's test

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Binet's test

 [be-nāz´]
a method of testing the mental capacity of children and youth by asking a series of questions adapted to and standardized upon the capacity of normal children of various ages. See also stanford-binet test. Called also Binet-Simon test.
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(15.) Table 12.2, "Sample of the Items Used by Binet in the 1908 and 1911 Versions of the Binet-Simon Tests" J.