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'Geography of Thought'

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'Geography of Thought'

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'Geography of Thought'

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Are you more likely to see the forest or the trees? A new book says the answer may depend on your culture. Join host Neal Conan for a fresh look at the geography of thought.

Guest:

Richard Nisbett
*Professor of psychology and Co-Director of the Culture and Cognition program, University of Michigan
*Author, The Geography of Thought: How Asians and Westerners Think Differently... And Why