Example of scientific attitudes and values?

Question:what is open-mindedness in scientist




Answers:
patience(thomas edison's patience), curiosity, mathematical ability. observant
open mindedness - means being able to listen to other ideas
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Open-mindedness is important to the culture of science
Open-mindedness allows for creative insights (beyond what is already known) and enables productive collaboration with other scientists.
Open-mindedness is the ability to suspend judgment. Open-mindedness helps scientists to observe what is happening and the patterns that emerge, even when these may differ from their predictions.
Examples of scientific attitudes:
1, respect for the view of others.
2, being open-minded.
3, belief in cause and effect
4, curiosity and imagination

Scientific values:
1.reliability,
2.testability,
3.accuracy,
4.precision,
5.generality,
6.simplicity of concepts and
7.heuristic power

Open mindedness means ready acceptance of often new suggestions, ideas, influences, or opinions.
Open-mindedness

-a person who possesses this attitude tries to be objective and sees different sides of an issue. He/ She does not make rash conclusions, judgments or decisions. He/ She is willing to listen to the opinion of others and to study counter arguments or experimental evidences before taking action.


Other scientific attitudes and values include:

honesty
readiness to admit failures
curiosity
risk taking
objectivity
precision
confidence
responsibility

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