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ERIC Number: EJ239767
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1981-Feb
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Epistemic Curiosity and Incidental Recognition in Relation to Degree of Uncertainty: Some General Trends and Intersubject Differences.
Boykin, A. Wade; Harackiewicz, Judith
British Journal of Psychology, v72 pt1 p65-72 Feb 1981
High school and college students solved problems differing in level of uncertainty; their expressed curiosity about the correct answer was gauged; and later recognition of correct answers tested. Both epistemic curiosity and recognition bore monotonically increasing relationships to degree of uncertainty. Systematic intersubject differences in expressed curiosity were obtained. (Author/SJL)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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