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Unformatted text preview: Tammie Tse tt6377 ANT 302 1900s – 1930s Race and Intelligence Scientists have been determined to validate cultural inequity through aptitude calculating tests since the 1900s. Test outcomes restricted movement of Southern and Eastern European colonists into the US and rationalized ethnic separations in communal schools and recruitment for World War I. Scientists had just finished disputing about their dissimilarities on the topic of how clever a certain race is based on skull volume. The original modern intelligence test (Binet-Simon intelligence scale) was accredited to French psychologist Alfred Binet in 1905. Binet didn’t propose that this test should be used for computing intelligence because it contained boundaries for comprehending cognition and intellect; the original purpose of the test was to detect students in need of exceptional assistance for education. Binet republished the test with alterations he made with his partner Theodore Simon in 1908 and 1911. A further modified version was republished again in made with his partner Theodore Simon in 1908 and 1911....
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- Summer '07
- Cultural Anthropology, modern intelligence test, Tammie Tse, psychologist Alfred Binet, Beta intelligence test, Psychologist Cyril Burt