Category Archives: Discovery

When teaching restrains discovery

When teaching restrains discovery When the children finally got their hands on the toy, they were more likely to explore its other features if they had seen Bonawitz showing it to adults or playing with it herself. If she had … Continue reading

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The Impact of Culture on Creativity

Read – Prat I – Part II Culture is the general expression of humanity, the expression of its creativity. Culture is linked to meaning,  knowledge, talents, industries, civilisation and values. The objective of the study is to have a better … Continue reading

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High Cognitive Complexity and the Making of Major Scientific Discoveries

This essay employs the concept of‘ high cognitive complexity’ to advance our understanding of the scientists who make major discoveries. Those with high cognitive complexity have the capacity to understand the world in more complex ways than those with less cognitive … Continue reading

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The Scientific Basis of Individual and Team Innovation and Discovery

Scientific discovery and innovative engineering design are complex cognitive, social, and sociological acts and have been studied at many different levels. The history, sociology, and philosophy of science and technology are thriving entities, with large conferences and highly competitive journals. … Continue reading

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