Likewise: how can you end up being a more curious individual?
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Relevant Research Study & & References
Here’s where you can discover more about individuals and concepts in this episode:
- James Flynn, previous teacher of government at the University of Otago.
- Zeynep Tufekci, associate teacher of sociology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
- Todd Kashdan, teacher of psychology at George Mason University.
- Kurt Lewin, American social psychologist.
- John McWhorter, associate teacher of English and relative literature at Columbia University.
- Paul Silvia, teacher of psychology at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro.
- “Literacy Rate, Adult Total, (Percent of People Ages 15 and Above),” by the World Bank (2019 ).
- “Fluid vs. Crystallized Intelligence,” by Kendra Cherry ( Extremely Well Mind, 2019).
- A Book Too Risky To Publish: Free Speech And Universities, by James Flynn (2019 ).
- “My Book Defending Free Speech Has Been Pulled,” by James Flynn (Quillette, 2019).
- “What Are the Five Dimensions of Curiosity?” by Tod Kashdan ( Medium, 2018).
- Are We Getting Smarter?: Rising IQ in the Twenty-First Century, by James R. Flynn (2012 ).
- “Steve Jobs on Why Computers Are Like a Bicycle for the Mind (1990),” by BrainPickings ( 2011 ).
- “Is Google Making Us Stupid?” by Nicholas Carr ( The Atlantic, 2008).
- “Intelligence is Not Enough: Non-IQ Predictors of Achievement,” by Angela Duckworth ( University of Pennsylvania, 2006).
- Amusing Ourselves to Death: Public Discourse in the Age of Show Business, by Neil Postman (2005 ).
- 120 Years of American Education: A Statistical Portrait, by Tom Snyder ( National Center for Education Data, 1993).