"Erdelez observed that the Super-Encounterers relished the search; they so enjoyed pottering and investigating that they even took on other people’s problems and would make discoveries on behalf of friends, relatives, and colleagues. It's as if these people 'have channels for information perception that are more sensitive than the channels of other[s],' she wrote."
— Pagan Kennedy, "Super-Encounterers" chapter, p. 55,
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Wir finden oft, was wir nicht suchen. Interview by Steve Ayan for German science magazine Gehirn & Geist, October 4, 2016.
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SLIS Director Sanda Erdelez participates in international Alzheimer's research project. Simmons University COCIS News, February 2019.
How not to find what you're looking for. Scientific American, guest blog by Karla Starr, September 20, 2012.