A good scientist must be impartial, observant, and diligent. Though you begin with a hypothesis it is as important to try to disprove you hypothesis as it is to be right. Obviously science is based on observation so scientists must be able to pick up small details and nuances. And finally, scientific findings must be replicable. So a scientist must test and retest until he’s absolutely sure the his results are correct. For more specific habits and traits look at the link below.
To join onto Vagamundo’s answer, scientists have a little saying –
“Once a hypothesis has been set up, do everything in your power to prove it wrong. Only if you can’t prove it wrong can you begin to prove it right.”
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