On this page:
Who is Alfred Binet?
Alfred Binet was a French psychologist who invented the first practical intelligence test, the Binet-Simon scale. His principal goal was to identify students who needed special help in coping with the school curriculum. Along with his collaborator Théodore Simon, Binet published revisions of his intelligence scale in 1908 and 1911, the last appearing just before his death.
- also known as Біне Альфред; Alfréd Binet; Бине, Альфред; 阿爾弗雷德·比奈
- born on (158 years ago) in Nice
- nationality: France
- education: University of Paris
- profession: Psychologist
- died on (104 years ago) in Paris
- written works: "Significant Contributions to the History of Psychology 1750-1920", "Les enfants anormaux", "The intelligence of the feeble-minded", "Le magnétisme animal", "Écrits psychologiques et pédagogiques", "Die neuen Gedanken über das Schulkind", "The psychic life of micro-organisms", "Mentally defective children", "Development of intelligence in children", "Le fétichisme dans l'amour", "The Mind and the Brain", "A method of measuring the development of the intelligence of young children", "Modern Ideas About Children", "Les révélations de l'écriture d'après un controle scientifique", "Études de psychologie expérimentale", "Inédits d'Alfred Binet", "Les alterations de la personalite", "On Double Consciousness", "The Psychology Of Reasoning", "Les Idées modernes sur les enfants", "Les altérations de la personnalité", "La fatigue intellectuelle", "La perception extérieure", "Recherches pédagogiques", "L'étude expérimentale de l'intelligence", "The experimental psychology of Alfred Binet"
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Alfred Binet
Click on a title to look inside that book (if available):
by Robin L. Cautin, Scott O. Lilienfeld
Alfred Binet died on October 18, 1911. Further Reading For a full list of Binet's ...
by Neil J. Salkind
Alfred Binet was a French pioneer of modern psychological testing who developed the prototype of many intelligence tests in use today, including the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale. Binet was born in 1857, the only child of a ...
by Noel Sheehy, Antony J. Chapman, Wenday A. Conroy
Alfred Binet et la Pédagogie Scientifique .
by Rocio Fernandez-Ballesteros
and then Alfred Binet in France (Binet & Henri, 1895) took turns in developing the leading intelligence tests of the day. Galton, who was interested in men of ...
by Celia B Fisher, Richard M. Lerner
Alfred Binet, who studied intelligence to determine individual levels of intellectual functioning, is often credited with developing the first practical intelligence test. Binet, along with Victor Henri and Theodore Simon, developed the Binet-Simon ...
by Harold L. Miller, Jr.
Alfred Binet (born in Nice, France, in 1857) was the developer of the first valid psychometric scale of intelligence. This contribution makes him the most wellknown French psychologist. In December 1904, the French Ministry of Public ...
by Stephen J. Farenga, Immanuel Ness
Alfred Binet, whose interests focused on examining complex mental processes ( e.g., reasoning, attention, judgment), developed the first adaptive test. School officials requested that Binet develop a test to differentiate the “genuinely dull.
Online dictionaries and encyclopedias with entries for Alfred Binet
Click on a label to prioritize search results according to that topic:
Anagrams of ALFRED BINET
What do you get if you rearrange the letters?
See also the blanagrams of Alfred Binet!
Share this page
Go to the thesaurus of Alfred Binet to find many related words and phrases!