Definition of Binet, Alfred in English:

Binet, Alfred

Syllabification: Bi·net, Alfred
Pronunciation: /bəˈnā
( 1857–1911), French psychologist. He devised a mental age scale that described performance in relation to the average performance of students of the same physical age. With psychiatrist Théodore Simon ( 1873–1961), he was responsible for a pioneering system of intelligence tests.

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