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132). 8. Alfred Binet; his wife, Laure Balbiani Binet; and his daughters, Madeleine and Alice, whom he tested extensively with cognitive and personality tasks through their midadolescence. In his writings, Binet described the girls under the pseudonyms Marguerite and Armande. Madeleine was said to be “silent, cool, concentrated, while Alice was a laugher, gay, thoughtless, giddy, and turbulent” (translated by Wolf, 1966, p. 234). Theta H. Wolf Papers, Archives of the History of American Psychology, Center for the History of Psychology, University of Akron.
Simon completed his doctoral thesis under Binet’s supervision, and their subsequent collaborations included Binet’s most important work in intelligence assessment. The creative work that culminated in the intelligence scales began in 1890, when Binet published three papers describing experimental studies with his two young daughters, Madeleine and Alice (given the pseudonyms Marguerite and Armande), whom he had carefully observed and tested with a variety of cognitive and personality tasks. 8. In describing their attentional styles, he wrote that Madeleine was “silent, cool, concentrated, while Alice was a laugher, gay, thoughtless, giddy, and turbulent” (translated by Wolf, 1966, p.
7). Almost 2 weeks later, on April 21, the executive council of the APA met in the Hotel Walton in Philadelphia. In preparation, Yerkes had been busy behind the scenes, touring Canadian hospitals, interviewing military doctors, and soliciting support from APA council members and members of the National Research Council. According to historian Richard T. von Mayrhauser (1987), Yerkes would use the military crisis to assert “near-dictatorial power within the profession” of psychology (p. 135). The meeting at the Hotel Walton was misguided from the start because it involved a discussion among academic psychologists about what the military needed, rather than a request to the military as to how psychology might serve military needs.
Contemporary Intellectual Assessment: Theories, Tests, and Issues by Dawn P. Flanagan, Patti L. Harrison