|Einstein's social interlude (Public Domain)|
Nevertheless, the British Psychological Society has found that “just the opposite was true for a highly intelligent person.” In other words, the Einsteins among us tend to be happiest when engaging in solitary quests. Frequent socializing may get in the way of their one-pointed pursuits.
However, this begs the question: Are [these latter] people intelligent because they socialize less or do they socialize less because they’re more intelligent?
And besides, what is intelligence? Is there such a thing as a completely-smart person, or are people simply endowed with more or less intelligence regarding specific facets of life?
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