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10 Scientific Attitudes

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John Pudlao

on 20 September 2012

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Transcript of 10 Scientific Attitudes

10 Scientific Attitudes A scientific attitude is an important aspect of a personality of someone who wants to be successful in the field of science. A scientist believes that everything
that happens in this world has
a cause or reason. Belief A scientist shows interest and pays
particular attentions to objects
or events. He asks questions
and seeks answers. Curiosity A scientist is objective if he does not allow his
feelings and biases to influence his
recording of observations, interpretation of
data, and formulation of conclusions. Objectivity A scientist bases suggestions and conclusions
on evidences. When in doubt, he questions
the veracity of a statement in relation to
the evidences presented. Critical Mindedness A scientist listens to and respects the ideas of
others. He accepts criticism and changes
his mind if reliable evidence contradicts
his believes Open Mindedness A scientist can generate
new and original ideas. Inventiveness A scientist expresses his opinions
and tries new ideas even at the
risk of failure or criticism. Risk Taking A scientist gives a truthful report of
observations. He does not withhold important
information just to please
himself or others. Intellectual Honesty A scientist is humble when he
admits that he is not free from
committing errors. He recognizes that
there may be better ideas
and realizes that there are
individuals whom he may
have to consult to arrive
at correct observations
and conclusions. Humility A scientist actively participates in
a task and also dutifully performs
tasks assigned to him. Responsibility
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