Why Today’s Kids Are Less Creative [Headlines]

Why Today’s Kids Are Less Creative [Headlines]
technology

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

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 14 august 2011

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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