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Topic - Kyung Hee Kim
She said creativity is killed by addictive behaviors: "Drugs, television, emails, Facebook and other websites, video games, newspapers, and other activities become addictions that distract from the achievement of creative products.
"(P)eople in general are becoming less able to think creatively, and they are less tolerant of creativity and of creative people," she wrote. "Especially, younger children are less able to think creatively."