Albert Einstein

Only available on StudyMode
  • Download(s) : 1011
  • Published : February 28, 2013
Open Document
Text Preview
The Life of Albert Einstein

Psy300 BF01BSP3

February 22, 2013


As we all know Albert Einstein was no ordinary man. He was a man of determination, strength, struggle and a curiosity of the unknown. This is a man who dared dream to influence society, challenge the strong and overcome the weak minded. But there was a time when Albert was just a kid, and like all kids he had to find his way in the world. Just a Child

Albert Einstein was an odd child from the beginning. When he was born he had a usual shaped head so much, so that his mother and father thought he had some kind of deformity. As he grew the worries stop, but then little Albert showed signs of what they thought were slow developmental problems. He barely spoke out loud and when he did he would mutter underneath his breath. This kind of behavior continued until around the age of nine. “At last, at the supper table one night, he broke his silence to say, "The soup is too hot."Greatly relieved, his parents asked why he had never said a word before. Albert replied, "Because up to now everything was in order." 2000–2011, Tormod Kinnes. I believe that his parent’s stress of a slow progressing child did not affect him. Albert spoke when he was ready. He clearly understood how, but chose not to. Although Einstein had a great gift for math he did not do well in other subjects. I believe his parents help to increase his fascination of things that excited him. His genius seemed to be a hereditary, because his father had a strong background in mathematics. He started his own engineering company after his first business failed due to lack of business. Albert genius can, also be accredited to an over develop part of his brain. His parietal Lobe was said to be 15% wider than the average length, which made the broca’s area smaller thus making it more difficult learn certain subjects....
tracking img