or "The Neophilia
scale", through which we are able to provide relevant data regarding the subjects' physical activity and the perception of new experiences according to the student's type (participating at Physical Education lessons or having medical exempts);
"is both a state, or transient psychobiological condition, and an abiding trait,' and we must understand its several dimensions if we're to harness a 21st-century aptitude for it.
One of the most dismal but revealing features of Finn's book is his documentation of the trendy "Progressive" neophilia
that has increasingly dominated our teachers' colleges and schools of education since the 1920s.
Fueled by collector neophilia
and facilitated by eBay, it represents an artificial and largely invented memory of tropicalized nostalgia.
With its penchant for neophilia
, the incurably curious kea is the world's only alpine parrot.
They said people who always want to trade in their iPods, computers and cars for the latest models are victims of a genetic affliction called neophilia
If educably open to the old and the new, we in academe might not be compelled to genuflect to neophilia
and disdain the old, or vice versa.
The chief consequence of setting these as program goals, and of then defining computer literacy as the means to information is neophilia
Absent that agreement and public expression, libraries and librarianship can fall prey to the kind of technological neophilia
In an age of neophilia
the past has, in many people's view, been superseded.
The new at any price, neophilia
, the young artist holding the key to the future - it comes down to an ideology, and it isn't mine.
Caught the eye making late headway when over eight lengths fourth to Neophilia
in a mile-and-a-half handicap at Leopardstown.