By Nature Publishing Group
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NeuroPod, the neuroscience podcast from Nature, highlights news and articles published in Nature's journals, including interviews with the people behind the science and in-depth commentary and analysis from journalists covering the research.
||NeuroPod: March 2014||March 2014: Next-generation brain stimulators, manipulating how people value things, how some neurons are eaten alive, and studying how solitary confinement affects the brain.||28 3 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||NeuroPod: February 2014||February 2014: Weighing brain activity with a balance, using psychological measures to determine the death penalty, and how fMRI studies routinely exclude 10% of people.||27 2 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||NeuroPod: January 2014||January 2014: Boosting learning and recovery using mild electric stimulation, tracking down speech processing, and detecting lies with fMRI.||30 1 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||NeuroPod: December 2013||November 2013: Treating brain injury through the skull, a new exhibition puts objects from psychology's history on display, and using antibodies to treat Alzheimer's disease.||20 12 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||NeuroPod Extra: Touching a Nerve||NeuroPod Extra - Touching a Nerve: In her latest book, Touching a Nerve, philosopher Patricia Churchland argues that to understand the mind, all you need is to understand the brain.||29 11 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||NeuroPod: November 2013||November 2013: A special edition recorded at the Society for Neuroscience meeting this month. Featuring the drowsy brain, unusual animal neuroscience, philosophy and a round-up of other conference highlights.||28 11 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||NeuroPod: October 2013||October 2013: The brain region that acts like your sports coach, moral neuroscience, and the cells that make DEET so repellent to insects.||31 10 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||NeuroPod: September 2013||September 2013: The causes of financial bubbles, studying migraines, how a dance group is informing research on practice, and how the brain copes with imagining new experiences, like nutella-pesto.||26 9 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||NeuroPod: August 2013||August 2013: We showcase state-of-the-art connectomics, get lost in the fiendish complexity of a single neuron, learn how practice makes efficient, and keep our eyes on the prize with dopamine.||28 8 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||NeuroPod: July 2013||July 2013: The network of genes behind Alzheimer's disease, the chequered history of hypnosis, and how to make new cells for damaged ears.||30 7 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||NeuroPod: June 2013||June 2013: A super-high resolution human brain atlas, how to build a brain from a tiny pool of cells, and are drug laws censoring science?||28 6 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||NeuroPod: May 2013||May 2013: This month, why we sleep so much, stem cells as therapy, and a visit to an anechoic chamber with a neuroscientist and a poet.||30 5 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||NeuroPod: April 2013||April 2013: Making the brain see-through, treating disorders with electrical impulses, wonky statistics riddle neuroscience, and reaction to the new BRAIN initiative.||30 4 13||Free||View In iTunes|