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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 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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... article from HowStuffWorks. Learn about the evolution of human curiosity. ... And yet, we have an almost undeniable drive to do so. To paraphrase curiosity ...

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 ...

Steve Hargadon: "Human beings are curious by nature." - Aristotle

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Apr 20, 2015 ... "Human beings are curious by nature. .... given where the questioner understood the material so well that he/she so regularly (and fluidly) went ...

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 ...

Why Are Humans So Morbidly Curious? - Curiosity

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Morbid curiosity takes many forms, whether it's rubbernecking when an ambulance drives past or cracking open a book on serial killers. But this attraction to ...

CuriousHumans – We have no idea what we are doing

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So a couple weeks ago me and Old Crow got into a little scuffle. For those of you who might not have the acquired taste of whiskey, it has been called the drink of ...

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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 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 ...