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0706701054
Author:
Victor Serebriakoff
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HarperCollins Distribution Services (September 1975)
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Victor Serebriakoff (17 October 1912 – 1 January 2000) was one of the early members and a leading light of Mensa

Victor Serebriakoff (17 October 1912 – 1 January 2000) was one of the early members and a leading light of Mensa. Serebriakoff is known for his contributions to lumber technology, writing Intelligence Quotient (IQ) tests, as well as organising and promoting Mensa. Victor Serebriakoff was born in Camberwell, London, the eldest son of Vladimir and Ethel Serebriakoff (née Graham). Eventually, the family had five daughters and two sons.

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This book offers a daring new approach, a model for a brain in the light of developing knowledge converging form several disciplines and a new overview of the function of the brain and its relation to the rest of the universe.

by Victor Serebriakoff (Author). in Books Humor & Entertainment Puzzles & Games Logic & Brain Teasers

by Victor Serebriakoff (Author). in Books Humor & Entertainment Puzzles & Games Logic & Brain Teasers.

Victor Serebriakoff was one of the early members and a leading light of Mensa. He also wrote puzzle books. Many of his works were translated. He took greatest pride in his book

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Victor Serebriakoff (17 October 1912 - 1 January 2000) was one of the early members and a leading light of Mensa. He took greatest pride in his book "Brain" in which he set out a theory of how the brain operates. Serebriakoff is known for his contributions to lumber technology, authoring Intelligence Quotient (IQ) tests, as well as organising and promoting Mensa. Victor's Life in Mensa. His first wife, Mary, encouraged Victor joined Mensa in 1949, when membership was only a few hundred ].

Victor Serebriakoff, who helped Mensa, the organization for self-conscious but intensely convivial intelligentsia, grow from four . Mr. Serebriakoff wrote and lectured widely about the brain, intelligence and educating gifted children.

Victor Serebriakoff, who helped Mensa, the organization for self-conscious but intensely convivial intelligentsia, grow from four eggheads around a London dinner table to a worldwide intellectual omelet of more than 100,000, died on New Year's Day at his home in Blackheath, a London suburb. He was 87. Mensa (the name means table in Latin) began in 1946 as an organization for people with . s in the top 2 percent of the population. He also wrote humorous poetry, including ''Vile Verse,'' published in 1997.

This book offers a daring new approach, a model for a brain in the light of developing knowledge converging form several disciplines and a new overview of the function of the brain and its relation to the rest of the universe
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