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Binet

[ bih-ney; French bee-ne ]
/ bɪˈneɪ; French biˈnɛ /
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noun

Al·fred [al-frid; French al-fred], /ˈæl frɪd; French alˈfrɛd/, 1857–1911, French psychologist: co-deviser of the Binet-Simon scale.

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Binet
[ bĭ-nā ]
Alfred 1857-1911

French psychologist. With French physician Théodore Simon (1873-1961), he developed (1905) the first widely accepted test for measuring intelligence.
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