Facilitating creativity by regulating curiosity.

@article{Kashdan2002FacilitatingCB,
  title={Facilitating creativity by regulating curiosity.},
  author={Todd Barrett Kashdan and Frank D. Fincham},
  journal={The American psychologist},
  year={2002},
  volume={57 5},
  pages={
          373-4
        }
}
373 few published studies of either the positiveincentive value of food or of conditioned taste aversions in anorexics. Vitousek and Gray’s comments about the positive-incentive value of food in anorexics, although intended as an attack on our position, cry out for more research. Anorexics act in some ways as if they are experiencing aversions for food and in others as if food has a very high positiveincentive value—just the sort of ambivalent behavior that one would expect of starving subjects… 
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