Report says that since 1990, children have become less creative and are increasingly unable to produce unique and unusual ideas.

Since 1990, children have become less creative and are increasingly unable to produce unique and unusual ideas, says a study led by Kyung Hee Kim, a creativity researcher at the College of William and Mary. Big Think

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