[bih-ney; French bee-ne]
- 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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Examples from the Web for binet
As he entered Binet broke off short, and wheeled to face him.
Binet, his face slowly empurpling, glared at him in speechless stupefaction.
Of late—since joining the Binet Troupe—he had acquired the habit of smoking.
"If I had not thought so, we should not have come," said Binet, and he began to eat.
He turned to greet Binet and Climene, who entered at that moment.
- French psychologist. With French physician Théodore Simon (1873-1961), he developed (1905) the first widely accepted test for measuring intelligence.
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