Feb 7, 2003
Stories of people trying to save the world one person at a time, and stories of sudden truths delivered by complete strangers.
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- Susan Drury reports from Tennessee on a test that provides sudden truth from a stranger. It's based on a science whose goals could not be grander—to aid in the fight between good and evil. It was invented by a guy named Robert Hartman, who was nominated for the Nobel Prize for his work back in the 1970s. What's most amazing about the test is how effective it is. (16 minutes)
Learn more about the personality test mentioned in the show, the Hartman Value Profile. Or, contact the testing company featured in our story, Axiometrics International.