Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Kyung Hee Kim on American Creativity

The associate professor of educational psychology at the College of William & Mary found that "Americans’ creativity has plummeted in recent years" — The decline of creativity in the United States. She suggests that "one may point a finger at the excessive time our children tend to spend in front of televisions and computers, watching programs, and playing videogames, rather than engaging in creative activities such as playing outside or exploring the outside world."

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