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Master of Science (MS)
The revised Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale probably is the best instrument we now have for measuring the general intelligence of young people. Using this scale we can foretell to a large degree a child's future mental growth; and with this knowledge as an important part of the total knowledge needed for prediction, we can more scientifically plan his further education and his vocational choice.
McCullough, Betsey Rogers, "The Effects of Serial Testing Upon the Results of the Standford-Binet Tests of Intelligence" (1948). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 6396.
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