Curiouser and curiouser
We all have a unique perspective of the world, but a new study has shown that curiosity – being open to new experiences and interested in exploring new things – might literally help us to see the world differently, as curious people are able to take in more visual information and process it in unique ways. “They have different visual experiences to the average individual as they seem to have a more exible gate for the visual information that breaks through into their consciousness,” says Anna Antinori, a researcher from the University of Melbourne.
Being curious also makes us more creative, as we open our minds to more possibilities and solutions. So embrace your curious side: ask questions, seek answers – you never know what you might discover!
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