Condition in which a person believes life is a big coming-of-age drama starring them, and the rest of the people in the world are either supporting characters or extras. They are obsessed with figuring themselves out: Why is my life so hard? When will I be happy? Why can't I get what I want? What's wrong with me? Who will finally tame my wild spirit and get me to settle down? Life, to them, is a quest to answer these questions, and it should be everybody else's quest too.
All he does is talk about himself. He definitely has Good Will Hunting syndrome.
The belief that geniuses (or intelligent individuals) should be able to do very spectacular things without expending effort. This usually results in a stellar accomplishment= stellar intelligence attitude.
MIT students always brag about how many hours they spend studying, and constantly talk about their intense course load. It is totally unnecessary. Its like they all have Good Will Hunting Syndrome.