The Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking were the work of Paul Torrance's lifetime. They are still widely used to assess students and job applicants, and have been translated into more than 50 languages.
Architect Avi Friedman wanted to know what makes a good place - so he traveled around the world visiting different kinds of "good" places as research for his new book, "The Nature of Place". He talks with Lisa Mullins about what he found.
Despite what looks like a proliferation of shooting sprees and terrorist plots in the last few decades, a new book argues that violence has actually declined since ancient times. Steven Pinker, professor of psychology at Harvard University, joins us.
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