[46/250] How do you look at the world?

The things that you look at determine the choices that you make. Except, if you’re a Westerner, you look at nouns. If you’re Chinese, you look at verbs. If you’re Japanese, you look at relationships. This comes down to us from researchers who first began to wonder what it is that makes us learn or not learn in particular ways. It was really late in the piece that one researcher realised nobody had actually watched mums and kids.

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