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  • Summary

  • Our brain is a machine for jumping to conclusions. Derren reveals how the Halo Effect, Anchoring and Confirmation Bias distort our ability to judge one another – when interviewing someone for a job for example. And nothing makes it more difficult for us to read each other than our powerful instinct to lie, and our equally instinctive tendency to believe.  

    ©2021 Derren Brown and Brian King (P)2021 Audible, Ltd
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Very interesting

THIS IS AWESOME 👍
love it Darren Brown.
Really like the music and the connections.

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Bootcamp of the brain reviewed by Tevin Gongo

I really like Derren, I could not resist the opportunity to learn from this human behaviouer's expert. I was expecting something more in depth but as a 30-minute episode, this is really well done. Great introduction to topics worth paying attention to.

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We’ll presented and interesting

Heard most of it before but then I’ve read a lot I’m about this subject because I find it interesting! I love everything Derren does so really enjoyed the podcast. I would have liked some biographies and references in the show notes as I would like to find out more for myself and know more about Ed

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how do I stop listening to the same episode .

how to stop the same episode playing over again? its driving me mad. why do people like audible. I'm just this side of dumping it. the info is fascinating, its the app that's rubbish