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  1. The earliest known use of stanines was by the U . S . Army Air Forces in 1943.
  2. Students should have stanines of 5 or greater, teacher recommendations, and a minimum academic grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.
  3. The underlying basis for obtaining stanines is that a normal distribution is divided into nine intervals, each of which has a width of 0.5 standard deviations excluding the first and last, which are just the remainder ( the tails of the distribution ).
  4. Promoted to Chief of the Psychological Research Unit at the U . S . Army Air Forces Training Command Headquarters in Fort Worth, Guilford oversaw the Stanine ( Standard Nine ) Project in 1943, which identified nine specific intellectual abilities crucial to flying a plane . ( " Stanines ", now a common term in educational psychology, was coined during Guilford's project ).
  5. Some web sources attribute stanines to the U . S . Army Air Forces during World War II . Psychometric legend has it that a 1-9 scale was used because of the compactness of recording the score as a single digit but Thorndike claims that by reducing scores to just nine values, stanines " reduce the tendency to try to interpret small score differences ( p . 131 ) ".


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