Who were Albert Einstein's friends?

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Who were Albert Einstein's friends?

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"Einstein syndrome" was coined by a Stanford economist Dr. Thomas Sowell to pertain to remarkable individuals who had speech impediments. It was said that Einstein had slowness of speech and hardly talked until the age of three, though this is disputed and includes little supportive evidence. Einstein is also usually represented with unkempt hair, but based on photos, he did seem to care about his appearance. In addition, smoking was one of his pastimes, with Einstein asserting that it contributed to a calm and objective disposition.

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A man of such prominence as Albert Einstein would likely have had numerous friends. But, before the basking in the limelight, two of Einstein's...

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Einstein Syndrome: Characteristics & Examples

from Abnormal Psychology: Homework Help Resource

Chapter 21 / Lesson 18
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