Human Intelligence

What is a curious person like?
Answered by Bradford E. Beckwith PhD
  • Bradford E. Beckwith PhD

    Bradford E. Beckwith PhD

  1. Bradford E. Beckwith PhD Sports Psychologist & University of Phoenix Faculty Member


    Someone who is on a mission. There is a sense of purpose, especially when they're pursuing whatever it is that they are curious about. They are possessed, almost. And possessed may be a little bit exaggerated, but they have a sense of purpose in their life and they need to find out why. What's going on? Why is this happening? And I'm going to find out the solution to that.

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