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Curiositas

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Pueri curiosi Antoniam Frissell photographam circumdant, eius camera aspicientes.

Curiositas (> cūriōsus ~ cura) est ingenium cum cogitatione investigatoria sicut exploratio et doctrina arte coniuncta, quae per observationem in hominibus aliisque animalibus manifesta est.[1][2] Cum omnibus evolutionis humanae aspectibus consociatur, in qua ratio discendi desideriique scientiae sollertiaeque accipiendae deducitur.[3]

Pueri respiciunt ad res quas eorum amici legunt videndas.
"Curiositas felem interfecit"" est locutio quae de curiositate monet.
Laeva: cerebrum normale. Dextra: cerebrum AD laborans severam regionum in curiositate implicatorum degenerationem monstrat.
Turba loco calamitatis autocineticae in Czechoslovakia anno 1980 circumfunduntur.

Vocabulum curiositas adhiberi potest ad mores vel animi motus curiositatis significandos de cupiditate scientiae nuntiorumque adquirendorum. Curiositas ut mores animique motus per millennia vis agens putatur, non solum evolutionis humanae, sed innovationum in scientia, lingua, industria, negotii, omnibus quidem rebus culturae humanae.[4]

Nonnullae theoriae scientificae curiositatem explicare conantur, praecipue inter quas theoria impigritatis curiositatis (de incertitudine deminuenda), theoria excitationis optimae (de excitatione augenda), et theoria neurobiologiae (de praemiis in tractibus mesolimbicis dopamino sensis amplificandis).

Erro Curiosity Administrationis Nationalis Aeronauticae et Spatialis Laboratorii Scientifici Martiani, qui Martem planetam die 6 Augusti 2012 attigit, ex nomine Anglico pro curiositate appellabatur quod Clara Ma, discipula in Sunflower Elementary School Lenexae Kansiae, in certamine inter discipulos proposuit.[5]

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Berlyne 1954.
  2. Berlyne 1955.
  3. Zuss 2012.
  4. Keller, Schneider, et Henderson 1994.
  5. "NASA Selects Student's Entry as New Mars Rover Name," Mars Science Laboratory, 27 Maii 2009.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Berlyne, D. E. 1954. "A theory of human curiosity." British Journal of Psychology 45 (3): 180–91. PMID 13190171. doi:10.1111/j.2044-8295.1954.tb01243.x.
  • Berlyne, D. E. 1955. "The arousal and satiation of perceptual curiosity in the rat." Journal of Comparative Physiological Psychology 48 (4): 238–46. PMID 13252149. doi:10.1037/h0042968.
  • Duttlinger, Carolin, et Johannes Birgfeld, eds. 2009. Curiosity in German Literature and Culture from 1700 to the Present. Oxford German Studies, 38 (2). Londinii: Maney. ISSN 0078-7191.
  • Edelman, Susan. 1997. "Curiosity and Exploration." California State University, Northridge. Editio interretialis.
  • Engel, S. 2011. "Children’s need to know: Curiosity in schools." Harvard Educational Review. [ Editio interretialis.
  • Jirout, Jamie, et David Klahr. 2012. "Children’s scientific curiosity: In search of an operational definition of an elusive concept." Developmental Review. PDF.
  • Keller, H., R. Schneider, et B. Henderson, eds. 1994. Curiosity and Exploration. Novi Eboraci: Springer Publishing.
  • Kenny, Neil. 2004. The Uses of Curiosity in Early Modern France and Germany. Oxoniae: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-927136-4.
  • Litman, Jordan. 2005. "Curiosity and the pleasures of learning: Wanting and liking new information." Cognition and Emotion 19 (6): 793–814. ISSN 0269-9931. doi:10.1080/02699930541000101.
  • Livio, Mario. 2017. Why? What Makes Us Curious. ISBN 9781476792095.
  • Loewenstein, G. 1994. "The psychology of curiosity: a review and reinterpretation." Psychological Bulletin 116 (1): 75–98. doi:10.1037/0033-2909.116.1.75. citeseerx 10.1.1.320.1976.
  • Manguel, Alberto. 2015. Curiosity. Portu Novo: Yale University Press. ISBN 978-0-300-18478-5.
  • Ofer G, et J. Durban. 1999. "Curiosity: reflections on its nature and functions." American Journal of Psychotherapy 53 (1): 35–51. PMID 10207585. doi:10.1176/appi.psychotherapy.1999.53.1.35.
  • Spielberger, C. D., R. A. Peters, et F. S. Frain. 1981. "Curiosity and anxiety." In Curiosity research: basic concepts and results, ed H. G. Voss et H. Keller. Weinheim: Beltz.
  • Zuss, M. 2012. The Practice of Theoretical Curiosity. Novi Eboraci: Springer Publishing.