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Wechsler-Bellevue Test

This test was created as an alternative to the Stanford-Binet, which David Wechsler thought was inappropriate and inaccurate for testing adult intelligence. Rather than assign a “mental age” to the test-taker, the W-B introduced multiple scoring factors that allowed psychologists to subdivide an individual’s intelligence score. It remains one of the most widely-used IQ tests.