Todd Kashdan, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and professor of psychology at George Mason University. His work has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post, and on NPR and PBS. He lives with his wife and twin daughters in Fairfax, Virginia.
"Curiosity is what makes for great leaders, great parents, and great friends. Buttressed by the latest scientific research, Curious? is one of those rare books that can make you rethink how you see the world."----Arianna Huffington "Combining well-designed self-help with state-of-the-art positive psychology and profoundly inspiring stories, this is the perfect book to read when you are having second thoughts about challenging yourself to explore that next step in life!"----Stephen Post, Ph.D., and coauthor of Why Good Things Happen to Good People "Todd Kashdan gives us the tools, language, and plan to put a life change into effect. And the journey can be as happy as the destination."----Marci Shimoff, author of Happy for No Reason "Curious? points the way to an exploring spirit that leads to wonderment, joy, and meaning. It's one of those rare books that is both research-based and practical."----David G. Myers, author, The Pursuit of Happiness "Curious? will wake you up to the rewards, adventures, and meaning inherent in both life's most momentous and most quotidian moments."----Sonja Lyubomirsky, Ph.D., author of The How of Happiness: A Scientific Approach to Getting the Life You Want "A vivid and pragmatic account of the mental alchemy through which curiosity and interest transform stress, fear, and pain into vital elements conducive to more purposeful living."----Zindel V. Segal, Ph.D., author of The Mindful Way Through Depression