Notes on Factors that May Alter the Intelligence Quotient in Successive Examinations
by Janet Matthew & Bertha Luckey - 1928
The Stanford Revision of the Binet Scale has been used for individual testing in the Psychological Clinic of the Cleveland Public Schools since 1920. For varioug reasons, more or less retesting was done; in fact, in 1924-25, 1118, or 12.8 percent, of the 8701 tests were retests, and the following year 973, or 8.1 percent, of the 11,976 tests were retests. All these examinations were conducted by the trained examiners of the Clinic staff. Whenever an examination was felt to be inaccurate or uncertain, a memorandum was made and the I.Q. was merely queried, instead of being recorded in precise figures.
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