Stanford-Binet intelligence test.

Stanford-Binet intelligence test

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This tempting toy-box hides a terrible secret. Intended as a toolkit for measuring child development, the Stanford–Binet intelligence test developed out of French psychologist Alfred Binet’s work. But in 1920s and 1930s America the eugenics movement adopted it in their campaign to allow only people considered intelligent to reproduce.

 
Currently on display in:
Who Am I?
Year made :
1960
Inventory number :
2000-897