4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case. Lewis M. Terman, David Wechsler, Maud A. Merrill.
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case
4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case

4 Intelligence Scale tests: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, 1937 & 1960 editions (with original cases with items) & 1955 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) 1955 edition, in case

Boston, etc. Houghton Mifflin / Etc. 1937, 1955, 1960. Hardcover. 4 items. The earlier two Stanford-Binet tests are in wooden cases with sliding covers, the later 1960 edition is in a leatherette briefcase, as is the WAIS. The two earlier S-B tests are missing a few components (at most) plus books or booklets -- one has the Printed Card Material from 1937; the 1960 edition appears to be complete with all components, booklets, etc. (the hardbound book is in worn condition, but is easily replaced with a fresh copy). Likewise, the Wechsler case appears to be complete with manual and boxes full of components including object arrangements, picture cards, all in very good condition, but the manual has some highlighting. The components in the Stanford-Binet including toy cars, miniature chairs, shoes, railroad engines, irons, beads, blocks, beds, cats, dogs, thimbles, etc. for object placement and identification purposes. The two sets from 1937 are mainly complete as far as these components go but might be missing a piece here or there. The Stanford-Binet intelligence tests was developed by Terman and Merrill at Stanford, based on the French psychologist Alfred Binet's turn of the century research. Terman's first edition of the test was published in 1916 but the second edition, 1937, developed by him and Merrill, became the standardized test used nationally to measure kinds of intelligence. David Wechsler, a psychologist at Bellevue Psychiatric Hospitral, had fundamental disagreements about the Binet definition and testing of intelligence and developed his own intelligence scale, which he released in 1955. Both scales/tests are still in use in revised later formats. Wechsler felt that the 1937 Binet scale did not incoporate "non-intellective factors" in its understanding of intelligence, and he disagreeed with its reliance on a single overall score. He also thought that many of the objects and orientation of the testing was geared toward children and was inappropriate for use with adults. We offer these as a package as they demonstrate some of the controversies and history of intelligence testing in the 20th century. Very Good. Item #H16245

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