Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales

The Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales, Fifth Edition (SB5) is an individually administered test of cognitive and intellectual abilities of preschoolers, school-age children, adolescents, and adults. It covers the age range of 2 through 85+ years. The SB5 is authored by Gale H. Roid and was published in 2003 by Riverside Publishing. This edition is a recent addition to a series of well-known instruments including the Binet-Simon Intelligence Scale (1908), the original Stanford Binet (1916), Stanford-Binet Forms L and M (1937), Stanford Binet-III (1960), Stanford Binet-IV (1986), and SB5. This instrument is widely used in the assessment of intellectual ability in clinical and education settings within the United States. This entry focuses on the structure and content of the instrument, available scores, uses in various settings, psychometric ...

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