IntelligenceDistinguishing Right And Left
Border-line Cases (usually Between 70 And 80 I Q)
Alternative Test 2: Counting The Value Of Stamps
The Importance Of Tact
Binet's Questionnaire On Teachers' Methods Of Judging Intelligence
Giving Similarities; Two Things
Very Superior Intelligence (i Q 120 To 140)
Reliability Of Repeated Tests
Scattering Of Successes
Binet's Experiment On How Teachers Test Intelligence
Giving Similarities Three Things
Comprehension First Degree
Average Intelligence (i Q 90 To 110)
The Game Of Patience
The Avoidance Of Fatigue
Repeating Five Digits Reversed
Alternative Test 1: Naming The Days Of The Week
Comprehension Third Degree
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. The test is passed by approximately half of "average adults"
and by three fourths of "superior adults." It shows no effect of
schooling, the uneducated business men even surpassing our high-school
For the higher levels of intelligence, especially, the test is superior
to that of repeating digits in the direct order. It is less mechanical
and makes heavier demands upon higher intelligence.
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