BRAINSEX ANNE MOIR & DAVID JESSEL PDF

He begins with the distinction between System 1 and System 2 mental operations, the former referring to quick, automatic thought, the latter to more effortful, overt thinking. We rely heavily, writes, on System 1, resorting to the higher-energy System 2 only when we need or want to. The author then explores the nuances of our two-system minds, showing how they perform in various situations. Psychological experiments have repeatedly revealed that our intuitions are generally wrong, that our assessments are based on biases and that our System 1 hates doubt and despises ambiguity.

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Learn how and when to remove this template message David Jessel was born in Abingdon and educated at the Dragon School , an independent school in Oxford , and at Eton College , to which he won a scholarship in Early in , Jessel moved to London to join the national radio news programme The World at One as one of the so-called "golden generation" of young British journalists, which included Roger Cook and Jonathan Dimbleby.

These reports pioneered the technique of actuality recordings for radio news, with Jessel recording his reports from the centre of the action. This new approach contrasted strongly with the dispassionate, detached style of reporting that predominated at the time.

On this and its successor programmes, he reported on stories from around the world including successive United States presidential elections in the s, exposing atrocities in Honduras and Nicaragua in the s [4] and natural disasters such as the Friuli earthquake in Italy. In he and his BBC film crew were able to film one of the first areas openly controlled by Vietnamese communist forces following the truce with the United States.

Among his successful cases were the brothers Paul and Wayne Darvell , who typified the unglamorous and forgotten cases that Jessel and his team championed. In , the Rough Justice team decamped to Channel 4 and set up a production company, Just Television, dedicated exclusively to the investigation and publicising of miscarriages of justice.

The new programme, Trial and Error, continued to expose wrongful convictions, including the cases of Peter Fell, [9] Mary Druhan [10] Sheila Bowler [11] and Danny McNamee — all of which led to the convictions being quashed by the Court of Appeal. Criminal Cases Review Commission[ edit ] From to Jessel was a commissioner of the Criminal Cases Review Commission , an independent public body set up to investigate possible miscarriages of justice in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

The Commission assesses whether convictions or sentences should be referred to a court of appeal. Jessel had been a prominent supporter and advocate of such an independent public body for many years prior to its creation. In the same partnership produced A Mind to Crime, which looked at the biological influences on criminality. Jessel also wrote Trial and Error, a book to accompany the eponymous Channel 4 television series.

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Learn how and when to remove this template message David Jessel was born in Abingdon and educated at the Dragon School , an independent school in Oxford , and at Eton College , to which he won a scholarship in Early in , Jessel moved to London to join the national radio news programme The World at One as one of the so-called "golden generation" of young British journalists, which included Roger Cook and Jonathan Dimbleby. These reports pioneered the technique of actuality recordings for radio news, with Jessel recording his reports from the centre of the action. This new approach contrasted strongly with the dispassionate, detached style of reporting that predominated at the time. On this and its successor programmes, he reported on stories from around the world including successive United States presidential elections in the s, exposing atrocities in Honduras and Nicaragua in the s [4] and natural disasters such as the Friuli earthquake in Italy. In he and his BBC film crew were able to film one of the first areas openly controlled by Vietnamese communist forces following the truce with the United States. Among his successful cases were the brothers Paul and Wayne Darvell , who typified the unglamorous and forgotten cases that Jessel and his team championed.

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