Creativity is almost always associated with the arts, but Gary Marcus tells us how creativity takes on different forms in all aspects of life.
Creativity is hard to define. And Gary Marcus of New York University says its equally hard to measure. He says creativity is different in each individual.
Gary Marcus, who directs New York University's Center for Language and Music, talks with Kurt Andersen about scientific efforts to find and describe creativity.
Faith talks to NYU psychologist Gary Marcus about why he thinks the brain is more a cobbled-together product of evolutionary tinkering than some ideal natural design, as explained in his new book "Kluge."