Cu­ri­ouser and cu­ri­ouser

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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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