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Intelligence Tests Of Retarded School Children
Numerous studies of the age-grade progress of school children have afforded convincing evidence of the magnitude and seriousness of t...

Intelligence Tests Of The Feeble-minded
Thus far intelligence tests have found their chief application in the identification and grading of the feeble-minded. Their value fo...

Intelligence Tests Of Delinquents
One of the most important facts brought to light by the use of intelligence tests is the frequent association of delinquency and ment...

Intelligence Tests Of Superior Children
The number of children with very superior ability is approximately as great as the number of feeble-minded. The future welfare of the...

Intelligence Tests As A Basis For Grading
Not only in the case of retarded or exceptionally bright children, but with many others also, intelligence tests can aid in correctly...

Intelligence Tests For Vocational Fitness
The time is probably not far distant when intelligence tests will become a recognized and widely used instrument for determining voca...

Other Uses Of Intelligence Tests
Another important use of intelligence tests is in the study of the factors which influence mental development. It is desirable that w...

Are Intelligence Tests Superfluous?
Binet tells us that he often encountered the criticism that intelligence tests are superfluous, and that in going to so much trouble ...

The Necessity Of Standards
In the first place, in order to judge an individual's intelligence it is necessary to have in mind some standard as to what constitutes ...

The Intelligence Of Retarded Children Usually Overestimated
One of the most common errors made by the teacher is to overestimate the intelligence of the over-age pupil. This is because she fails...

Other Fallacies In The Estimation Of Intelligence
Another source of error in the teacher's judgment comes from the difficulty in distinguishing genuine dullness from the mental conditi...

Binet's Questionnaire On Teachers' Methods Of Judging Intelligence
Aroused by the skepticism so often shown toward his test method, Binet decided to make a little study of the methods by which teachers...

Binet's Experiment On How Teachers Test Intelligence
Finally, Binet had three teachers come to his laboratory to judge the intelligence of children whom they had never seen before. Each s...

Essential Nature Of The Scale
The Binet scale is made up of an extended series of tests in the nature of "stunts," or problems, success in which demands the exerci...

How The Scale Was Derived
The tests were arranged in order of difficulty, as found by trying them upon some 200 normal children of different ages from 3 to 15 ...

List Of Tests
The following is the list of tests as arranged by Binet in 1911, shortly before his untimely death:-- _Age 3:_ 1. Points to no...

How The Scale Is Used
By means of the Binet tests we can judge the intelligence of a given individual by comparison with standards of intellectual performa...

Special Characteristics Of The Binet-simon Method
Psychologists had experimented with intelligence tests for at least twenty years before the Binet scale made its appearance. The quest...

Binet's Conception Of General Intelligence
In devising tests of intelligence it is, of course, necessary to be guided by some assumption, or assumptions, regarding the nature of...

Other Conceptions Of Intelligence
It is interesting to compare Binet's conception of intelligence with the definitions which have been offered by other psychologists. ...

Guiding Principles In Choice And Arrangement Of Tests
In choosing his tests Binet was guided by the conception of intelligence which we have set forth above. Tests were devised which would...

Some Avowed Limitations Of The Binet Tests
The Binet tests have often been criticized for their unfitness to perform certain services which in reality they were never meant to ...

Nature Of The Stanford Revision And Extension
Although the Binet scale quickly demonstrated its value as an instrument for the classification of mentally-retarded and otherwise exc...

Sources Of Data
Our revision is the result of several years of work, and involved the examination of approximately 2300 subjects, including 1700 norm...

Method Of Arriving At A Revision
The revision of the scale below the 14-year level was based almost entirely on the tests of the above-mentioned 1,000 unselected chil...

Summary Of Changes
A comparison of the above list with either the Binet 1908 or 1911 series will reveal many changes. On the whole, it differs somewhat ...

Effects Of The Revision On The Mental Ages Secured
The most important effect of the revision is to reduce the mental ages secured in the lower ranges of the scale, and to raise conside...

The Distribution Of Intelligence
The question as to the manner in which intelligence is distributed is one of great practical as well as theoretical importance. One o...

The Validity Of The Intelligence Quotient
The facts presented above argue strongly for the validity of the I Q as an expression of a child's intelligence status. This follows ...

Sex Differences
The question as to the relative intelligence of the sexes is one of perennial interest and great social importance. The ancient hypot...

I Ntelligence Of The Different Social Classes
Of the 1000 children, 492 were classified by their teachers according to social class into the following five groups: _very inferior_, ...

The Relation Of The I Q To The Quality Of The Child's School Work
The school work of 504 children was graded by the teachers on a scale of five grades: _very inferior_, _inferior_, _average_, _superio...

The Relation Between I Q And Grade Progress
This comparison, which was made for the entire 1000 children, showed a fairly high correlation, but also some astonishing disagreemen...

Correlation Between I Q And The Teachers' Estimates Of The Children's Intelligence
By the Pearson formula the correlation found between the I Q's and the teachers' rankings on a scale of five was .48. This is about w...

The Validity Of The Individual Tests
The validity of each test was checked up by measuring it against the scale as a whole in the manner described on p. 55. For example, ...

Frequency Of Different Degrees Of Intelligence
Before we can interpret the results of an examination it is necessary to know how frequently an I Q of the size found occurs among un...

Classification Of Intelligence Quotients
What do the above I Q's imply in such terms as feeble-mindedness, border-line intelligence, dullness, normality, superior intelligenc...

Feeble-mindedness (rarely Above 75 I Q)
There are innumerable grades of mental deficiency ranging from somewhat below average intelligence to profound idiocy. In the literal...

Border-line Cases (usually Between 70 And 80 I Q)
The border-line cases are those which fall near the boundary generally recognized as such and the higher group usually classed as nor...

Dull Normals (i Q Usually 80 To 90)
In this group are included those children who would not, according to any of the commonly accepted social standards, be considered fe...

Average Intelligence (i Q 90 To 110)
It is often said that the schools are made for the average child, but that "the average child does not exist." He does exist, and in ...

Superior Intelligence (i Q 110 To 120)
Children of this group ordinarily make higher marks and are capable of making somewhat more rapid progress than the strictly average ...

Very Superior Intelligence (i Q 120 To 140)
Children of this group are better than somewhat above average. They are unusually superior. Not more than 3 out of 100 go as high as ...

Genius And Near Genius
Intelligence tests have not been in use long enough to enable us to define genius definitely in terms of I Q. The following two cases...

Is The I Q Often Misleading?
Do the cases described in this chapter give a reliable picture as to what one may expect of the various I Q levels? Does the I Q furn...

General Value Of The Method
In a former chapter we have noted certain imperfections of the scale devised by Binet and Simon; namely, that many of the tests were ...

Dependence Of The Scale's Reliability On The Training Of The Examiner
On this point two radically different opinions have been urged. On the one hand, some have insisted that the results of a test made by...

Influence Of The Subject's Attitude
One continually meets such queries as, "How do you know the subject did his best?" "Possibly the child was nervous or frightened," or...

The Influence Of Coaching
It might be supposed that after the intelligence scale had been used with a few pupils in a given school all of their fellows would s...

Reliability Of Repeated Tests
Will the same tests give consistent results when used repeatedly with the same subject? In general we may say that they do. Something...

Influence Of Social And Educational Advantages
The criticism has often been made that the responses to many of the tests are so much subject to the influence of school and home env...

Necessity Of Securing Attention And Effort
The child's intelligence is to be judged by his success in the performance of certain tasks. These tasks may appear to the examiner t...

Quiet And Seclusion
The tests should be conducted in a quiet room, located where the noises of the street and other outside distractions cannot enter. A ...

Presence Of Others
A still more disturbing influence is the presence of other persons. Generally speaking, if accurate results are to be secured it is n...

Getting Into Rapport
The examiner's first task is to win the confidence of the child and overcome his timidity. Unless _rapport_ has first been establishe...

Keeping The Child Encouraged
Nothing contributes more to a satisfactory _rapport_ than praise of the child's efforts. Under no circumstances should the examiner p...

The Importance Of Tact
It goes without saying that children's personalities are not so uniform and simple that we can adhere always to a single stereotyped ...

Personality Of The Examiner
Doubtless there are persons so lacking in personal adaptability that success in this kind of work would be for them impossible. The w...

The Avoidance Of Fatigue
Against the validity of intelligence tests it is often argued that the result of an examination depends a great deal on the time of d...

Duration Of The Examination
About the only danger of fatigue lies in making the examination too long. Young children show symptoms of weariness much more quickly...

Desirable Range Of Testing
There are two considerations here of equal importance. It is necessary to make the examination thorough, but in the pursuit of thorou...

Order Of Giving The Tests
The child's efforts in the tests are sometimes markedly influenced by the order in which they are given. If language tests or memory ...

Adhering To Formula
It cannot be too strongly emphasized that unless we follow a standardized procedure the tests lose their significance. The danger is ...

Scoring
The exact method of scoring the individual tests is set forth in the following chapters. Reference to the record booklet for use in t...

Recording Responses
Plus and minus signs alone are not usually sufficient. Whenever possible the entire response should be recorded. If the test results ...

Scattering Of Successes
It is sometimes a source of concern to the untrained examiner that the successes and failures should be scattered over quite an exten...

Supplementary Considerations
It would be a mistake to suppose that any set of mental tests could be devised which would give us complete information about a child...

Alternative Tests
The tests designated as "alternative tests" are not intended for regular use. Inasmuch as they have been standardized and belong in t...

Finding Mental Age
As there are six tests in each age group from III to X, each test in this part of the scale counts 2 months toward mental age. There ...

The Use Of The Intelligence Quotient
As elsewhere explained, the mental age alone does not tell us what we want to know about a child's intelligence status. The significa...

How To Find The I Q Of Adult Subjects
Native intelligence, in so far as it can be measured by tests now available, appears to improve but little after the age of 15 or 16 ...

Material For Use In Testing
It is strongly recommended that in testing by the Stanford revision the regular Stanford record booklets be used. These are so arrang...

Pointing To Parts Of The Body
PROCEDURE. After getting the child's attention, say: "_Show me your nose._" "_Put your finger on your nose._" Same with eyes, mouth, a...

Naming Familiar Objects
PROCEDURE. Use a key, a penny, a closed knife, a watch, and an ordinary lead pencil. The key should be the usual large-sized doorkey, ...

Enumeration Of Objects In Pictures
PROCEDURE. Use the three pictures designated as "Dutch Home," "River Scene," and "Post-Office." Say, "_Now I am going to show you a pr...

Giving Sex
PROCEDURE. If the subject is a boy, the formula is: "_Are you a little boy or a little girl?_" If a girl, "_Are you a little girl or a...

Giving The Family Name
PROCEDURE. The child is asked, "_What is your name?_" If the answer, as often happens, includes only the first name (Walter, for examp...

Repeating Six To Seven Syllables
PROCEDURE. Begin by saying: "_Can you say 'mamma'? Now, say 'nice kitty.'_" Then ask the child to say, "_I have a little dog._" Speak ...

Alternative Test: Repeating Three Digits
PROCEDURE. Use the following digits: 6-4-1, 3-5-2, 8-3-7. Begin with two digits, as follows: "_Listen; say 4-2_." "_Now, say 6-4-1_." ...

Comparison Of Lines
PROCEDURE. Present the appropriate accompanying card with the lines in horizontal position. Point to the lines and say: "_See these li...

Discrimination Of Forms
PROCEDURE. Use the forms supplied with this book. First, place the circle of the duplicate set at "X", and say: "_Show me one like th...

Counting Four Pennies
PROCEDURE. Place four pennies in a horizontal row before the child. Say: "_See these pennies. Count them and tell me how many there ar...

Copying A Square
PROCEDURE. Place before the child a cardboard on which is drawn in heavy black lines a square about 11/4 inches on a side. Give the ch...

Comprehension First Degree
PROCEDURE. After getting the child's attention, say: "_What must you do when you are sleepy?_" If necessary the question may be repeat...

Repeating Four Digits
PROCEDURE. Say: "_Now, listen. I am going to say over some numbers and after I am through, I want you to say them exactly like I do. L...

Alternative Test: Repeating Twelve To Thirteen Syllables
The three sentences are:-- (a) "_The boy's name is John. He is a very good boy._" (b) "_When the train passes you will hear the...

Comparison Of Weights
MATERIALS. It is necessary to have two weights, identical in shape, size, and appearance, weighing respectively 3 and 15 grams.[50] If...

Naming Colors
MATERIALS. Use saturated red, yellow, blue, and green papers, about 2 x 1 inch in size, pasted one half inch apart on white or gray c...

Aesthetic Comparison
Use the three pairs of faces supplied with the printed forms. It goes without saying that improvised drawings may not be substituted f...

Giving Definitions In Terms Of Use
PROCEDURE. Use the words: _Chair_, _horse_, _fork_, _doll_, _pencil_, and _table_. Say: "_You have seen a chair. You know what a chair...

The Game Of Patience
MATERIAL. Prepare two rectangular cards, each 2 x 3 inches, and divide one of them into two triangles by cutting it along one of its d...

Three Commissions
PROCEDURE. After getting up from the chair and moving with the child to the center of the room, say: "_Now, I want you to do something...

Alternative Test: Giving Age
PROCEDURE. The formula is simply, "_How old are you?_" The child of this age is, of course, not expected to know the date of his birth...

Distinguishing Right And Left
PROCEDURE. Say to the child: "_Show me your right hand._" After this is responded to, say: "_Show me your left ear._" Then: "_Show me ...

Finding Omissions In Pictures
PROCEDURE. Show the pictures to the child one at a time in the order in which they are lettered, _a_, _b_, _c_, _d_. When the first pi...

Counting Thirteen Pennies
PROCEDURE. The procedure is the same as in the test of counting four pennies (year IV, test 3). If the first response contains only a ...

Comprehension Second Degree
PROCEDURE. The questions used in this year are:-- (a) "_What's the thing to do if it is raining when you start to school?_"...

Naming Four Coins
PROCEDURE. Show a nickel, a penny, a quarter, and a dime, asking each time: "_What is that?_" If the child misunderstands and answers,...

Repeating Sixteen To Eighteen Syllables
The sentences are:-- (a) "_We are having a fine time. We found a little mouse in the trap._" (b) "_Walter had a fine tim...

Alternative Test: Forenoon And Afternoon
PROCEDURE. If it is morning, ask: "_Is it morning or afternoon?_" If it is afternoon, put the question in the reverse form, "_Is it af...

Giving The Number Of Fingers
PROCEDURE. "_How many fingers have you on one hand?_" "_How many on the other hand?_" "_How many on both hands together?_" If the chil...

Description Of Pictures
PROCEDURE. Use the same pictures as in III, 3, presenting them always in the following order: Dutch Home, River Scene, Post-Office. Th...

Repeating Five Digits
PROCEDURE. Use: 3-1-7-5-9; 4-2-3-8-5; 9-8-1-7-6. Tell the child to listen and to say after you just what you say. Then read the first ...

Tying A Bow-knot
PROCEDURE. Prepare a shoestring tied in a bow-knot around a stick. The knot should be an ordinary "double bow," with wings not over th...

Giving Differences From Memory
PROCEDURE. Say: "_What is the difference between a fly and a butterfly?_" If the child does not seem to understand, say: "_You know f...

Copying A Diamond
PROCEDURE. On a white cardboard draw in heavy black lines a diamond with the longer diagonal three inches and the shorter diagonal an ...

Alternative Test 1: Naming The Days Of The Week
PROCEDURE. Say: "_You know the days of the week, do you not? Name the days of the week for me._" Sometimes the child begins by naming ...

Alternative Test 2: Repeating Three Digits Reversed
PROCEDURE. The digits used are: 2-8-3; 4-2-7; 5-9-6. The test should be given after, but not immediately after, the tests of repeating...

The Ball-and-field Test (score 2 Inferior Plan)
PROCEDURE. Draw a circle about two and one half inches in diameter, leaving a small gap in the side next the child. Say: "_Let us supp...

Counting Backwards From 20 To 1
PROCEDURE. Say to the child: "_You can count backwards, can you not? I want you to count backwards for me from 20 to 1. Go ahead._" In...

Comprehension Third Degree
The questions for this year are:-- (a) "_What's the thing for you to do when you have broken something which belongs to som...

Giving Similarities; Two Things
PROCEDURE. Say to the child: "_I am going to name two things which are alike in some way, and I want you to tell me how they are alike...

Giving Definitions Superior To Use
PROCEDURE. The words for this year are _balloon_, _tiger_, _football_, and _soldier_. Ask simply: "_What is a balloon?_" etc. If it...

Vocabulary; Twenty Definitions 3600 Words
PROCEDURE. Use the list of words given in the record booklet. Say to the child: "_I want to find out how many words you know. Listen; ...

Alternative Test 1: Naming Six Coins
PROCEDURE is exactly as in VI, 5 (naming four coins). The dollar should be shown before the half-dollar. SCORING. _All six coins mu...

Alternative Test 2: Writing From Dictation
PROCEDURE. Give the child pen, ink, and paper, place him in a comfortable position for writing, and say: "_I want you to write someth...

Giving The Date
PROCEDURE. Ask the following questions in order:-- (a) "_What day of the week is it to-day?_" (b) "_What month is it?_" (c) ...

Arranging Five Weights
Use the five weights, 3, 6, 9, 12, and 15 grams. Be sure that the weights are identical in appearance. The weights may be made as des...

Making Change
PROCEDURE. Ask the following questions in the order here given:-- (a) "_If I were to buy 4 cents worth of candy and should give ...

Repeating Four Digits Reversed
The series are 6-5-2-8; 4-9-3-7; 3-6-2-9. PROCEDURE AND SCORING. Exactly as in VII, alternate test 2. ...

Using Three Words In A Sentence
PROCEDURE The words used are:-- (a) _Boy_, _ball_, _river_. (b) _Work_, _money_, _men_. (c) _Desert_, _rivers_, _lakes_. ...

Finding Rhymes
PROCEDURE. Say to the child: "_You know what a rhyme is, of course. A rhyme is a word that sounds like another word. Two words rhyme i...

Alternative Test 1: Naming The Months
PROCEDURE. Simply ask the subject to "_name all the months of the year_." Do not start him off by naming one month; give no look of a...

Alternative Test 2: Counting The Value Of Stamps
PROCEDURE. Place before the subject a cardboard on which are pasted three 1-cent and three 2-cent stamps arranged as follows: 111222. ...

Detecting Absurdities
PROCEDURE. Say to the child: "_I am going to read a sentence which has something foolish in it, some nonsense. I want you to listen ca...

Drawing Designs From Memory
PROCEDURE. Use the designs shown on the accompanying printed form. If copies are used they must be exact in size and shape. Before sho...

Reading For Eight Memories
MATERIAL. We use Binet's selection, slightly adapted, as follows:-- _New York, September 5th. A fire last night burned three hou...

Comprehension Fourth Degree
The questions for this year are:-- (a) "_What ought you to say when some one asks your opinion about a person you don't kno...

Naming Sixty Words
PROCEDURE. Say: "_Now, I want to see how many different words you can name in three minutes. When I say ready, you must begin and name...

Alternative Test 1: Repeating Six Digits
The digit series used are 3-7-4-8-5-9; and 5-2-1-7-4-6. The PROCEDURE and SCORING are the same as in VII, 3, except that only two t...

Alternative Test 2: Repeating Twenty To Twenty-two Syllables
The sentences for this year are:-- (a) "_The apple tree makes a cool, pleasant shade on the ground where the children are p...

Alternative Test 3: Construction Puzzle A (healy And Fernald)
MATERIAL. Use the form-board pictured on page 279. This may be purchased of C. H. Stoelting & Co., Chicago, Illinois. A home-made one ...

Defining Abstract Words
PROCEDURE. The words to be defined are _pity_, _revenge_, _charity_, _envy_, and _justice_. The formula is, "_What is pity? What do we...

The Ball-and-field Test (superior Plan)
PROCEDURE, as in year VIII, test 1. SCORING. Score 3 (or superior plan) is required for passing in year XII. ...

Dissected Sentences
The following disarranged sentences are used:-- FOR THE STARTED AN WE COUNTRY EARLY AT HOUR TO ASKED PAPER MY TEACHER COR...

Interpretation Of Fables (score 4)
The following fables are used:-- (a) _Hercules and the Wagoner_ _A man was driving along a country road, when the wheels ...

Repeating Five Digits Reversed
The series are 3-1-8-7-9; 6-9-4-8-2; 5-2-9-6-1. PROCEDURE and SCORING. Exactly as in years VII and IX. ...

Interpretation Of Pictures
PROCEDURE. Use the same pictures as in III, 1, and VII, 2, and the additional picture _d_. Present in the same order. The formula to b...

Giving Similarities Three Things
PROCEDURE. The procedure is the same as in VIII, 4, but with the following words:-- (a) _Snake_, _cow_, _sparrow_. (b) _Book_,...

Induction Test: Finding A Rule
PROCEDURE. Provide six sheets of thin blank paper, say 81/2 x 11 inches. Take the first sheet, and telling the subject to watch what y...

Giving Differences Between A President And A King
PROCEDURE. Say: "_There are three main differences between a president and a king; what are they?_" If the subject stops after one dif...

Problem Questions
PROCEDURE. Say to the subject: "_Listen, and see if you can understand what I read._" Then read the following three problems, rather s...

Arithmetical Reasoning
PROCEDURE. The following problems, printed in clear type, are shown one at a time to the subject, who reads each problem aloud and (wi...

Reversing Hands Of Clock
PROCEDURE. Say to the subject: "_Suppose it is six twenty-two o'clock, that is, twenty-two minutes after six; can you see in your mind...

Alternative Tests: Repeating Seven Digits
This time, as in year X, only two series are given, one of which must be repeated without error. The two series are: 2-1-8-3-4-3-9 and...

Differences Between Abstract Terms
PROCEDURE. Say: _What is the difference between_:-- (a) _Laziness and idleness?_ (b) _Evolution and revolution?_ (c) _Povert...

Problem Of The Enclosed Boxes
PROCEDURE. Show the subject a cardboard box about one inch on a side. Say: "_You see this box; it has two smaller boxes inside of it, ...

Repeating Six Digits Reversed
The series used are: 4-7-1-9-5-2; 5-8-3-2-9-4; and 7-5-2-6-3-8. PROCEDURE and SCORING, as in year VII, alternative 2. REMARKS. Th...

Using A Code
PROCEDURE. Show the subject the code given on the accompanying form. Say: "_See these diagrams here. Look and you will see that they c...

Average Adult Alternative Test 1: Repeating Twenty-eight Syllables
The sentences for this test are:-- (a) _Walter likes very much to go on visits to his grandmother, because she always tells...

Average Adult Alternative Test 2: Comprehension Of Physical Relations
(a) _Problem regarding the path of a cannon ball_ PROCEDURE. Draw on a piece of paper a horizontal line six or eight inches long....

Superior Adult 1: Vocabulary (seventy-five Definitions 13500 Words)
PROCEDURE and SCORING, as in previous vocabulary tests. At the "superior adult" level seventy-five words should be known. The test ...

Superior Adult 2: Binet's Paper-cutting Test
PROCEDURE. Take a piece of paper about six inches square and say: "_Watch carefully what I do. See, I fold the paper this way_ (foldin...

Superior Adult 3: Repeating Eight Digits
PROCEDURE and SCORING, the same as in previous tests with digits reversed. The series used are: 7-2-5-3-4-8-9-6; 4-9-8-5-3-7-6-2; and ...

Superior Adult 4: Repeating Thought Of Passage
PROCEDURE. Say: "_I am going to read a little selection of about six or eight lines. When I am through I will ask you to repeat as muc...

Superior Adult 5: Repeating Seven Digits Reversed
PROCEDURE and SCORING, the same as in previous tests of this kind. The series are: 4-1-6-2-5-9-3; 3-8-2-6-4-7-5; and 9-4-5-2-8-3-7. ...

Superior Adult 6: Ingenuity Test
PROCEDURE. Problem _a_ is stated as follows:-- _A mother sent her boy to the river and told him to bring back exactly 7 pin...

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