Media Interviews

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Hook, J. (2016, July 21). How to Be More Curious: Ask the Experts. Joshua Hook: Your Life to the Full. Retrieved December 5, 2016, from

British Psychological Society. (2016, April 27). Increased curiosity is the ‘silver lining’ of a quarter life and midlife crisis. Medical News Today Retrieved April 29, 2016 from

Shonstrom, E. (2016, Feb 9). Sensory curiosity: the key to a child’s exploration of the natural world.Children and Nature Network. Retrieved December 5, 2016, from -natural-world/

Rodriguez, T. (2016, February 2). Research says the key to happiness is a healthy sense of curiosity.Woman’s Day. Retrieved March 24, 2016, from

Pappas, S. (2011, December 30). The new year’s resolution we should be making. Retrieved January 3, 2012, from

Vieru, T. (2010, December 13). Curiosity Has a ‘Dark’ Twin. Retrieved December 21,2013 from – PDF Here

Abate, J.C. (2010, December 18). Conozca el lado oscuro de la curiosidad (Meet the dark side of curiosity). La Tercera, 620, 17-22

Pappas, S. (2010, December 12). Curiosity’s evil twin can drive you insane. Retrieved August 16, 2011, from

Subramanian, S. (2010, July/August). Field guide to the snoop: Peek hours. What makes a neighbor nosy? Psychology Today, 43, 32-33. PDF Here

Vidican, S. (2010, December 13). Why so curious? Retrieved March 18, 2013, from