Saturday, November 30, 2013

Psychology - The Brain of Albert Einstein

Einstein, Albert (1879-1955) German born American physicist whose brilliant work influenced science for a century. Einstein won the Nobel Prize in physics in 1921 "for his contributions in Theoretical Physics and for his discovery of the law of the photo-electric effect."

This is an excellent video showing how the brain of Albert Einstein work. It is well worth your time, but I feel that I must warn you that some parts become a bit graphic. You will also find out some amazing information about the man Einstein which will explain some of his complexities.

Do you think that Einstein's brilliancy derived from his thinking possibly characterized by "autism" or from his ability to have a deeper "concentration" compared to most?

You be the judge!!!

Clarice Marlene Grantt,  Ph.D, NCP, BCCP

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