Torrance Center for Creativity and Talent Development

In 1966, E. Paul Torrance returned to his home state of Georgia to take up the mantle of department head of the newly merged department of Educational Psychology, Research, Measurement, and Statistics at the University of Georgia. He brought with him his extensive work in creativity and the renamed Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking née Minnesota Tests of Creative Thinking. During his time at the University of Georgia, he continued and expanded his work in creativity, developing the following four areas of inquiry: the Future Problem Solving Program, the incubation model of creative teaching, the eponymous tests, and the international collaborations with others interested in creativity research.

In 1984, when Torrance retired, Mary Frasier, a colleague of Torrance's, founded the Torrance Center for Creative and Future ...

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