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What would science be without measurement, and what would social science be without social measurement? Social measurement belongs to the widely accepted and fruitful stream of the empirical-analytic approach. Statistics and research methodology play a central role, and it is difficult to ascertain precisely when it all started in the social sciences. An important subfield of social measurement is the quantification of human behavior—that is, using measurement instruments of which educational and psychological tests are the most prominent representatives. The intelligence test, for example, was developed in the early 20th century in France thanks to the research in school settings by Alfred Binet and Henri Simon. Actually, they were pioneers in social measurement at large. What applies to psychological and educational tests, also applies to social measurement procedures at large: measurement instruments must be valid and reliable in the first place. Many requirements of tests in education and psychology are also essential for social measurement.