Exploratory behavior
(Curiosity; Novelty-Seeking Behavior)


The tendency to explore or investigate a novel environment. It is considered a motivation not clearly distinguishable from curiosity.

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Host symbiont status impacts <b>exploratory behavior</b>.
Host symbiont status impacts exploratory behavior.
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Extending Predictive Models of <b>Exploratory Behavior</b> to Broader Populations -
Extending Predictive Models of Exploratory Behavior to Broader Populations -
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<b>Exploratory behavior</b> ofLasius
Exploratory behavior ofLasius
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Chapter 1 <b>Exploratory Behavior</b>
Chapter 1 Exploratory Behavior
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<b>exploratory behavior</b>
exploratory behavior
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Neuroscience and <b>Behavioral</b>
Neuroscience and Behavioral
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Online <b>exploratory behavior</b>
Online exploratory behavior
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<b>Exploratory behavior</b> of a rat
Exploratory behavior of a rat
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