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test inteligencije prevod

test inteligencije

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Binet scale
/ |binet| ˈskeɪl /

imenica

Množina reči Binet scale je Binet scales.

Binet test
/ |binet| ˈtest /

imenica

Množina reči Binet test je Binet tests.

Binet-Simon scale
/ |binet-simon| ˈskeɪl /

imenica

Množina reči Binet-Simon scale je Binet-Simon scales.

Sinonimi:
Binet-Simon Scale

The first intelligence test.
An intelligence test consisting originally of tasks graded from the level of the average 3-year-old to that of the average 12-year-old but later extended in range

intelligence test
/ ˌɪmˈpɔːrt kənˈtroʊl /

imenica

Množina reči intelligence test je intelligence tests.

Sinonimi:
IQ test

Sinonimi:
IQ test

A psychometric test of intelligence; SYN. IQ test.
Test that attempts to measure innate intellectual ability, rather than acquired ability.
It is now generally believed that a child’s ability in an intelligence test can be affected by his or her environment, cultural background, and teaching. There is skepticism about the accuracy of intelligence tests, but they are still widely used as a diagnostic tool when children display learning difficulties. “Sight and sound” intelligence tests, developed by Christopher Brand in 1981, avoid cultural bias and the pitfalls of improvement by practice. Subjects are shown a series of lines being flashed on a screen at increasing speed, and are asked to identify in each case the shorter of a pair; and when two notes are relayed over headphones, they are asked to identify which is the higher. There is a close correlation between these results and other intelligence test scores.
The French psychologist Alfred Binet (1857–1911) devised the first intelligence test in 1905. The concept of intelligence quotient (IQ) was adopted by US psychologist Lewis Terman in 1915. The IQ is calculated according to the formula: IQ = MA/CA x 100 in which MA is “mental age” (the age at which an average child is able to perform given tasks) and CA is “chronological age”, hence an average person has an IQ of 100 ± 10. Intelligence tests were first used on a large scale in the US in 1917 during World War I for two million drafted men, and their subsequent widespread use for education and employment decisions has provoked protests from minority groups who contend the tests are culturally biased and discriminatory.

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