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Assessing Intelligence Module 32

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32-1 Assessing Intelligence intelligence test ? a method for assessing an individual?s mental aptitudes and comparing them with those of others, using numerical scores The Origins of Intelligence Testing Although science strives for objectivity, individual scientists are affected by their own assumptions and attitudes Alfred Binet: Predicting School Achievement Modern intelligence testing began at the turn of the 20th century when France required all children attend school To minimize bias, in 1904 France commissioned Alfred Binet to study the problem Binet assumed that all children follow the same course of intellectual development but that some develop quicker than others
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