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Curiosity

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Curiosity is a quality related to inquisitive thinking such as exploration, investigation, and learning, evident by observation in humans and other animals. Curiosity is heavily associated with all ...

BBC - Future - Why are we so curious?

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Jun 19, 2012 ... We humans have a deeply curious nature, and more often than not it ... to learn is the reason why neoteny has worked so well for our species.

Why are Humans so Curious About Things? - Chris Madden cartoons

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We're curious about everything. So it's not surprising that we're curious about what we perceive to be one of the biggest subjects of all: the whole point of ...

On Human Curiosity | Wisdom Commons

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One of the most fundamental of these human features is that of curiosity. ... allows mankind to construct that human touch and that human connection so much ...

Curiosity and Exploration - California State University, Northridge

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Curiosity is defined as a need, thirst or desire for knowledge. ... defined in terms of the movements that an animal or human performs while exploring or in terms ...

Humans' Inherent Curiosity Stems From a Long, Protracted Childhood

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Oct 24, 2014 ... Chimps go straight from weaning to puberty, while humans take another decade or so. Alison Gopnik points out, "No creature spends more time ...

Human Curiosity - Sudbury Valley School

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The basic spur to making anything, from the earliest time in human history, is to satisfy the .... So a tremendously important piece of the curiosity factor in human ...

The Power of Curiosity · Experience Life

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And, of those 24 strengths that human beings can possess, curiosity was one ... By doing so, you can transform routine tasks, enlivening them with new energy.

The Psychology of Curiosity

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external incentive for doing so, and Butler (1953) found that monkeys kept in a ... Similar results have been obtained with human subjects. Studies conducted ...

What makes us human? Our innate curiosity and our ability to laugh

www.newstatesman.com/2014/07/what-makes-us-human-our-innate-curiosity-and-our-ability-laugh

Aug 1, 2014 ... The fact that we have any idea at all is, in itself, an extraordinary testament to human curiosity. People have been wondering what stuff is made ...

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Where does curiosity come from? Why are humans curious ... - Quora

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Taken from a study by Kang et al. 2009: The authors make a nice analogy between curiosity ... result of selection pressures in their unpredictable alpine environments - and also a lack of predators so they wouldn't lose much from curiosity.

Why Are People So Curious? | IFLScience

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Nov 5, 2015 ... Curiosity may be the driving force behind mankind's never-ending quest for knowledge, though surprisingly little is known about where this ...

How Curiosity Works | HowStuffWorks

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... HowStuffWorks. Learn about the evolution of human curiosity. ... Introduction to How Curiosity Works ... And yet, we have an almost undeniable drive to do so.