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THE STANFORD - WILLIAMSTERN(1914 di

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THE STANFORD-BINET INTELLIGENCE SCALE  designed Binet-Simon Scale by two French  Binet and Simon in 1905 to identify children who might have difficulty in school  30 tests in order of difficulty developed average and concept of mental age  WILLIAM STERN  (1914)  developed IQ Intelligence Quotient divided a child's mental age by his/her chronological age and multiplied by 100 Lewis M Terman  of Stanford University  published a revision of Binet-Simon scale in 1916 he established norms  his revision was known as the  Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale it contains four subscales: verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, abstract  visual reasoning, and short-term memory Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale  correlates well with achievement test scores  Intelligence Quotient (IQ) an index of intelligence originally derived by dividing mental age
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