There's this stereotype about super smart people (say, Albert Einstein) that is not true in the slightest. The idea goes that if someone is extremely talented in one area, it's easy to assume they're great at pretty much everything else. Nope. Smart people are humans with flaws too. Take mathematical genius Einstein, for example. When it came to music, he struggled with counting. Hear more about his musical incompetence in the video below.
Einstein Killed A Stereotype About Smart People
He couldn't count... sort of.
Does Your Brain Force You To Stereotype?
And is it helpful?
Einstein's Brain Was Different
Does having a bigger brain make you smarter?
Key Facts In This Video
If brain size correlated with intelligence, the sperm whale would be the world's smartest animal. 00:47
Neanderthals had larger brains than humans. 02:37
Einstein's brain was no bigger than average, but it did have areas that appeared more developed. 04:15
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