3900Chp10 - Chapter 10: Tests of Intelligence The Binet...

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Chapter 10: Tests of Intelligence The Binet Scales Directed by the French government to develop a test for identifying mentally retarded school children for special instruction Considered the first intelligence test (1905) Binet-Simon Scale Contrasted Previous Tests Primarily verbal with some sensorimotor tests Sampled on 50 normal children (3-11 years) 1908 revision - 300 normal children (3-13 years) 1911 revision - minor changes 1916 - Lewis M. Terman at Stanford revised the Binet Introduced the Stanford-Binet and Intelligence Quotient (ratio IQ) Ratio between mental age and chronological age MA/CA x 100 D 2003 - Stanford-Binet 5th Ed. Age 2 - Adult Based on a hierarchical model with general mental ability Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) Theory of intelligence. Focus 5 major cognitive areas 1. Fluid reasoning 2. Knowledge 3. Quantitative Reasoning 4. Visual-Spatial Processing 5. Working Memory Standardization 500 Examiners Stratified random sample of 4,800
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