Binet believed that the primary purpose of an intelligence test was to assist the test user in the process of
D) data collection.
This was the test that launched the testing movement in the United States.It was,of course,the ______ test.
Binet's conception of intelligence corresponded most closely with the views of
It is MOST probable that Binet,Wechsler,and Piaget would all agree with which of the following statements?
A) "Heredity, not environment, is the determining factor in intelligence."
B) "Environment, not heredity is the determining factor intelligence."
C) "Heredity and environment interact to influence the development of intelligence, although a person has an unlimited genetic potential."
D) "Heredity and environment interact to influence the development of intelligence, but a person may not exceed his or her genetic potential."