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Psychology
Course
PSY1102
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Semester
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Lecture 3Chapter 101 Origins of Intelligence testingoA sample of behaviour at a given point in timeoIntelligence testsMethod to assess mental aptitudes and compare them numerically with othersoAlfred Binet 18571911French PsychologistDevised tests that approximated modern IQ testsPublished intelligence scale with Theodore SimonIntelligence should be measured by task performance reasoning and problem solving abilityoBinets Method Mentalage scaleSlow children are like normal ones but retarded in mental growthBright children are like older childrenIdentified1 Mental age MAoAbility to reason2 Chronological age CAoYears since birthDevised a scale to measure ability to reasonAverage MACASlow MACABright MACAoLewis Terman 18771956
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