Who Is An Experimental Person?

Being an experimental person means stepping outside of your comfort zone, and reaching for things you might not actually enjoy. It is about trying these different activities in order to find your boundaries and discover the things you might be surprised by.16 Sept 2018

She was an inveterate


in these things.

A curious, an erudite artist, certainly, he is to some extent an


in rhyme or metre, often hazardous.

It made short work of the


-- and of his family, too, if he mur- dered somebody who belonged up among the orna- mental ranks.

But lest I should mislead any when I have my own head and obey my whims, let me remind the reader that I am only an


. Do not set the least value on what I do, or the least discredit on what I do not, as if I pretended to settle any thing as true or false.

"These experiments," he says, "are not experiments at all in the sense of a scientific methodology; they are counterfeit experiments, that seem methodical simply because they are ordinarily performed in a psychological laboratory, and involve the co-operation of two persons, who purport to be


and observer.

Suppress for a few days your criticism on the insufficiency of this or that teacher or


, and he will have demonstrated his insufficiency to all men's eyes.

The ultra-violet rays, and other high-velocity and invisible rays from the upper end of the spectrum, rip and tear through their tissues, just as the X-ray ripped and tore through the tissues of so many


before they learned the danger.

Before a very long time had elapsed, the village smarties began to feel an uncomfortable consciousness of not having made a very shining success out of their attempts on the simpleton from "old Shelby."


grew scarce and chary.

Also, I beg that these


, or others, will set their fingers upon another pane, and add again the marks of the accused, but not placing them in the same order or relation to the other signatures as before--for, by one chance in a million, a person might happen upon the right marks by pure guesswork, ONCE, therefore I wish to be tested twice."

Together with Sidney, who was Leicester's nephew, he was for a while a member of a little group of students who called themselves 'The Areopagus' and who, like occasional other


of the later Renaissance period, attempted to make over English versification by substituting for rime and accentual meter the Greek and Latin system based on exact quantity of syllables.

Studies 2 and 3 employed experimental paradigms, in which the


manipulated the expectations of the participant and the participant had a subtle opportunity to aggress (or not) toward the



In a series of experiments, children, also aged 4 to 5, were asked either to "be helpers" or "to help," and they were given the opportunity to assist the


in cleaning up some toys.