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  1. Boris Sidis Archive. P resents nearly all of the writings of this great psychologist. You'll find here 16 of his 17 books. Find also 45 of his 57 scientific-journal and popular-magazine articles (most of the topics of the other 12 are dealt with in his book s); 22 reviews of 13 of his works; and, we assume, all available biographical material.

  2. William James Sidis was born to Jewish emigrants from Ukraine, [better source needed] on April 1, 1898, in New York City. His father, Boris Sidis, PhD, M.D., had emigrated in 1887 to escape political and anti-semitic persecution.: 2–4 His mother, Sarah (Mandelbaum) Sidis, M.D., and her family had fled the pogroms in the late 1880s.

  3. 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.

  4. Jan 20, 2021 · Here is the life story of William James Sidis. The Influence of William James Sidis’ Parents Boris Sidis. William James Sidis (pronounced Sy-dis) was born in 1898 in Manhattan, New York. His parents, Boris and Sarah, were Jewish immigrants who had fled the pogroms in Ukraine in the 1880s. His parents were equally intelligent and ambitious.

  5. 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. He had precocious abilities in math and linguistics, while publishing several books under many pseudonyms.

  6. William James Sidis naît de parents juifs émigrants d'Ukraine. Son père, Boris Sidis, avait émigré en 1887 pour échapper à la persécution politique. Sa mère Sarah Mandelbaum et sa famille ont fui les pogroms de 1889 [1].

  7. Su padre, Boris Sidis, descartó en una ocasión las pruebas de inteligencia como algo "tonto, pedante, absurdo y groseramente engañoso."' [10] La vida y el trabajo de Sidis, y sobre todo sus ideas sobre los nativos norteamericanos, se analizan en el libro de Robert M. Pirsig titulado Lila: An Inquiry into Morals ( Lila: Una investigación ...

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