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    Boris Sidis ( / ˈsaɪdɪs /; October 12, 1867 – October 24, 1923) was a Ukrainian-American psychologist, physician, psychiatrist, and philosopher of education. Sidis founded the New York State Psychopathic Institute and the Journal of Abnormal Psychology. He was the father of child prodigy William James Sidis.

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    Born in Ukraine, he emigrated to the U.S. in 1887 to escape political persecution. Due to the May Laws, he was imprisoned for at least two years, according to William James Sidis' biographer, Amy Wallace. He later credited his ability to think to this long solitary confinement. His wife, Sarah Mandelbaum Sidis, M.D., and her family fled the pogroms...

    Wikisource has original text related to this article: Boris Sidis The Psychology of Suggestion: A Research into the Subconscious Nature of Man and Society (1898) Psychopathological Researches: Studies in Mental Dissociation (1902) Multiple Personality: An Experimental Investigation into Human Individuality (1904) An Experimental Study of Sleep (190...

  2. 1867-1923 Boris Sidis was a Ukrainian-American psychologist, physician, psychiatrist, and philosopher of education. Sidis founded the New York State Psychopathic Institute and the Journal of Abnormal Psychology. He was the father of child prodigy William James Sidis.

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    Born in Ukraine to Jewish parents, he emigrated to the U.S. in 1887 to escape political persecution. Due to the May Laws, he was imprisoned for at least two years, according to William James Sidis' biographer, Amy Wallace. He later credited his ability to think to this long solitary confinement. His wife, Sarah Mandelbaum Sidis, M.D., and her famil...

    The Psychology of Suggestion: A Research into the Subconscious Nature of Man and Society(1898)
    Psychopathological Researches: Studies in Mental Dissociation(1902)
    Multiple Personality: An Experimental Investigation into Human Individuality(1904)
    An Experimental Study of Sleep(1909)
    Sidis' birthplace is commonly listed as Kiev. However, a biographical note from his daughter sidis.netsays he was born in "Berditchev," a small town about 150 km SW of Kiev.
    His writings are available at sidis.net
  3. Books by Boris Sidis (Author of Philistine And Genius) Books by Boris Sidis Boris Sidis Average rating 4.03 · 36 ratings · 5 reviews · shelved 336 times Showing 18 distinct works. sort by * Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author. To add more books, click here .

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    Boris Sidis, Ph.D., M.D. At Sidis Psychotherapeutic Institute, Portsmouth NH. "An uncompromising intellectual honesty that impelled him to a blunt outrightness with regard to whatever seemed to him erroneous or mischievous, and it is not difficult to understand why during his

  5. Boris Sidis, who opened his private institution, the Sidis Psychotherapeutic Institute in New Hampshire in 1910, knew to emphasize the luxurious accommodations available. “Palatial rooms, luxuriously furnished private baths, green houses, sun parlors, and private farm products” were just some of the amenities sure to delight his patients ...

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