Catalog Record: A method of measuring the development of the intelligence of young children | Hathi Trust Digital Library


A method of measuring the development of the intelligence of young children, by Alfred Binet and Th. Simon; authorized translation with preface and an appendix, containing an arrangement of the tests in age and diagnostic groups for convenience in conducting examinations, by Clara Harrison Town ...

Main Author: Binet, Alfred, 1857-1911.
Related Names: Town, Clara Harrison 1874-, tr., Simon, Th. , joint author.
Language(s): English
Published: Lincoln, Ill., The Courier company [1912]
Subjects: Child development.
Note: "The article here translated appeared in the 'Bulletin de la Société libre pour létude psychologique de l'enfant,' April 1911."--Translator's pref.
Plates (except 1) printed on both sides.
Physical Description: 83 p. plates. 22cm.
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