MEDIA STUDY WARNS: Don’t Trust Us Dummies with Your Gold
The astounding results of a groundbreaking, scientific study just released, the first of its kind we know of, confirms a lot we’ve suspected about mainstream journalists.
Journalists are different than the rest of us.
Researchers found journalists’ brains just don’t work as well as yours and mine.
That’s a polite way of saying journalists are dumber than you and I.
The study flatly says journalists have less brain power than others to “regulate emotions, solve complex problems... and think flexibly and creatively,” although study findings say they are no more stressed than the average worker.
That means they understand less about what’s going on than you and I. It also means they are not as competent to figure out what’s wrong – or how to make it right.
There’s one more stunner: the study found journalists have less ability to “suppress biases” than workers in other jobs and professions.
What? Isn’t that part of the job description?
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