Everyday Curiosity: Practices that improve creativity


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Mar 28, 2024


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Why is curiosity so important to brain health? How can we deepen engagement and curiosity? Discover a framework for inviting moments of wonder into your life, and into the lives of others. Cassini Nazir, assistant professor at the University of North Texas, leads a discussion focused on the strange, fascinating and fragile phenomenon of being curious.


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