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  1. Jun 04, 2020 · Wikimedia Commons Boris Sidis, William’s father, was a polyglot and he wanted his son to be one as well. When William James Sidis was just 18 months old, he was able to read The New York Times . By the time he was 6 years old, he could speak in multiple languages , including English, French, German, Russian, Hebrew, Turkish, and Armenian.

  2. I. William James Sidis IQ 300 William James Sidis was a child prodigy in America who lived from April 1, 1898 to July 17, 1944. ... Boris himself was a distinguished ...

  3. William James Sidis era filho de um casal de imigrantes judeus russos radicados nos Estados Unidos. Seu pai era o doutor Boris Sidis, Ph.D., que emigrou da Ucrânia em 1887 escapando de perseguição política. Sua mãe, doutora Sarah Mandelbaum, e sua família, fugiram de pogroms por volta de 1889.

  4. William James Sidis (New York, 1º aprile 1898 – Boston, 17 luglio 1944) fu un bambino prodigio con straordinarie doti matematiche e linguistiche. Persona col più alto QI mai misurato nella storia (di ben 254 punti, con deviazione standard 24), fu dapprima famoso per la sua precocità, mentre in seguito venne criticato per la sua eccentricità e riservatezza.

  5. Boris Sidis (1867–1923), a Ukraine-born American psychologist and psychiatrist who studied under William James at Harvard University, formulated this law of suggestion: Suggestibility varies as the amount of disaggregation, and inversely as the unification of consciousness.

  6. Hippolyte Bernheim. Albert Moll (1862–1939), an active promoter of hypnotism in Germany, went to Nancy and studied with Bernheim; while in the United States Boris Sidis and Morton Prince were also considered part of the Nancy School.

  7. Aug 09, 2022 · A likely origin of this myth can be traced back to the late 1800s, when psychologists William James and Boris Sidis theorized that an average person only uses a fraction of their mental capacity.

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