Did you know curiosity comes in different forms? P.S.: One of them can help you deal with anxiety —

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IDEAS.TED.COM May 12, 2021 / Judson Brewer MD, Ph Kati Szilágyi Back in 2006, psychologists Jordan Litman and Paul Silvia identified two main “flavors” of curiosity, which they dubbed D-curiosity and I-curiosity.  The D in D-curiosity stands for deprivation, the idea that if we have a gap in information, we go into a restless, unpleasant, need-to-know state, […]

Did you know curiosity comes in different forms? P.S.: One of them can help you deal with anxiety —

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