Alfred Binet

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  • Birth

    Birth
    Born in Nice, France
  • Traveled to Paris

    Traveled to Paris with his mother and attended law school
  • Accepted a position at the Clinic La Salpetriere

    Accepted a position at the clinic La Salpetriere
  • Published three papers about his observations of his daughters

    Published three papers describing his observations of his daughters
  • Resigned from the Salpetriere clinic

  • joined Laboratory of Physiological Psychology at the Sorbonne

    Joined Laboratory of Physiological Psychology at the Sorbonne
  • Admited that his experiment was wrong

    Forced to admit that his experiment done with Fere at La Salpetriere was wrong
  • Became director at the sorbonne

  • Invited to become a member of the newly founded Societe Libre pour l'Etude Psychologique de l'Enfant (the Free Society for the Psychological Study of the Child)

    Invited to become a member of the newly founded Societe Libre pour l'Etude Psychologique de l'Enfant (the Free Society for the Psychological Study of the Child)
  • Appointed to the Commission for the Retarded

    Appointed to the Commission for the Retarded
  • Developed the first intelligence tests with the help of Simon

    Developed the first intelligence tests with the help of Simon
  • Published his methods in the book L'Etude experimentale de l'intelligence

    Published his methods in the book L'Etude experimentale de l'intelligence
  • Published a number of papers in L'Annee psychologique describing a new scale for measurement of intelligence in children, the Binet-Simon scale

    Published a number of papers in L'Annee psychologique describing a new scale for measurement of intelligence in children, the Binet-Simon scale
  • Binet-Simon scale is revised, second version

     Binet-Simon scale is revised, second version
    Binet-Simon scale is revised, second version
  • Binet dies just after the third version of Binet-Simon test is published

     Binet dies just after the third version of Binet-Simon test is published
    Binet dies just after the third version of Binet-Simon test is published
  • Free Society for the Psychological Study of the Child voted to change their name to La Societe Alfred Binet

    Name changed Free Society for the Psychological Study of the Child voted to change their name to La Societe Alfred Binet
  • Named one of twenty of this century's most significant developments

    Binet's development of the intelligence test is named one of twenty of this century's most significant developments or discoveries in the journal Science 84.
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    LIFE OF ALFRED BINET