Dec 03, Julie scott rated it liked it. This novel gives a great insight into these Australian criminals starting with Martin Bryant who went on a killing spree at Port Arthur taking the lives of 35 people. The results of the first 3 babies on record as dying of SIDS which of course they didn't but should have investigated more thoroughly. This novel was indeed intriguing. Jul 16, Kathy Talbot rated it liked it. I found this an interesting book.
To hear the background of the criminals was interesting and somewhat sad. There wasn't the goriness I knew of the crimes yet have enough to remind or enlighten readers to who they were.
Inside Their Minds: Australian Criminals by Rochelle Jackson
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Books by Rochelle Jackson. Trivia About Inside Their Mind No trivia or quizzes yet. When talking to the terrorists I was studying, it was always really useful to go as far as possible into the actual context of their lives. As I journeyed through the West Bank and Gaza, I received invitations to avoid the checkpoints and got to do far more interviews by staying overnight in the homes of actual terrorists.
I was terrified at first but decided to accept their hospitable offers.
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As a result, I learnt so much more. I found them interacting totally normally with their families and me - yet one of their family members had killed themselves and innocent civilians. They endorsed the killing of innocents yet, on many other levels, they preserved normal family and community values. I understood that terrorists view themselves as part of a movement and as soldiers for their cause.
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They don't see their actions as any more wrong than our soldiers judge their killing in combat as wrong. Of course, there is a huge difference and there is never any justification for terrorism of any type; there is no cause anywhere in the world that justifies targeting and terrorising innocent civilians on its behalf. But, of course, terrorists don't see it that way.
There is huge variation in the frequency with which people speak to themselves in their mind. In one study with 30 participants that involved ten beeps a day for three days, some reported no instances of inner speaking at all, while others reported inner speaking for 75 per cent of the beeps.
Another curious variation in inner speaking is where people report its location. Some people describe it as occurring in a particular location in their head; others say in their head but are no more specific; still others say their inner speaking occurs in their chest.
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There are also reports of inner speaking that has no meaning, and inner speaking that is at a much faster rate than would be physically possible for aloud speaking. This can give rise to a situation where a person has an inner discussion between their inner speaking voice and their heard voice.
The researchers give this example from their records, of a man eating dinner in a restaurant, who then notices a woman:. Why are you bringing this woman to my attention? They conclude by outlining many puzzles that remain to be investigated, including why some people appear to experience so much more inner speaking than others some people report that they experience inner speaking per cent of the time, yet others report none.
Also, are there cross-cultural differences in inner speaking? And when and how does inner speaking first appear in life?
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Toward a phenomenology of inner speaking. Consciousness and cognition, 22 4 , PMID: What are elite cricket batsmen saying when they talk to themselves? I am interested in this topic and so I will like to make a comment. I belief that , there are several factors, which contribute to the phenomenon of people speaking to themselves in the head. I belief it could be biological or psychological. Biological in the sense that the human nervous system composed of many subunits that function involuntary. It could be possible that, it is another way in which the human mind or brain function.
Secondly , according to psychology people with mental disorder, such as depression , mood disorder and schizophrenia Could behave in such a manner.