Gene DRD4 helps control dopamine, a chemical brain messenger important in learning and reward.
Variant DRD4-7R is linked to: curiosity; taking risks; embracing movement, change, and adventure; ADHD. 20% of people have this gene variant.
Yet, when we think about kids – and ourselves at a much younger age – we come to a different conclusion. I asked a cheeky poll question at work this week:
What % of children are curious? Here are the results:
It is good to see I have some kid curious colleagues. What would you answer?
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