Binet–Simon test /ˈbiːneɪˌsiːmɒ̃ / Binet test


I. noun

[Psychology] a test used to measure intelligence, especially that of children.
– origin early 20th cent.: named after Alfred Binet and Théodore Simon (see Binet, Alfred).

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