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Celebrated Neuroscientist and Globally Acclaimed Author Abhijit Naskar reveals a couple of facts about some intriguing issues of the human psyche in less than 5 minutes.Send your feedback at neurocookies@outlook.com
 
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High Proof Podcast
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Your place for conversations on science and spirits (we like high proof in both cases)!
 
HMS scientists tackle a variety of important questions, ranging from how your neurons work to which genes play a role in particular diseases. Our podcast gives you the scoop on some of this work, providing context and highlighting the latest trends in medical education and biomedical research.
 
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PsychTalk Radio
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PsychTalk explores the human mind at every scale, from neurons in the brain, to individual behavior, to society and culture. Hear diverse ideas from psychology, neuroscience, philosophy, sociology, linguistics, economics, and beyond. Every week we have about an hour of conversations with featured guests, games with listeners, and reports on fresh topics. Join us as we marvel at why people think and act the way they do. And find us at www.psychtalkradio.com
 
Breaking news from the frontiers of neuroscience.
 
Using Neuroscience you can alter your own brain chemistry in just a few days to lead a calmer, happier life. Easy to understand and easy to use.
 
Mindful Recovery is a podcast devoted to helping individuals who are struggling with trauma and addictions recover. Mindfulness is a research based method for dealing with anxiety and trauma. Psychological and neuroscience studies have found that it is possible to increase the growth of neuronal pathways and retrain our brains in coping with these issues. Basic techniques like learning to pay attention to our own breathing and looking honestly and non-judgmentally at our hurt places can begi ...
 
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BookLab
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From neurons to nanotech and from quarks to the cosmos, BookLab is the podcast that puts science books under the microscope! Join hosts Dan Falk and Amanda Gefter for a look at the latest in popular science writing: what’s new, what’s hot, and what you ought to be reading right now.
 
Stanislas Dehaene received his training in mathematics at the École normale supérieure in Paris, then completed a PhD in cognitive psychology with Jacques Mehler, post-doctoral studies with Michael Posner, as well as neuronal modelling studies with Jean-Pierre Changeux. He has been working since 1997 at the Orsay brain imaging center near Paris (Service Hospitalier Frédéric Joliot of the Commissariat à l'Énergie Atomique), where he directs the Cognitive Neuroimaging Unit since 2001. In Septe ...
 
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I Say It Right
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Say it Right in any Language believes that pronunciation is everything. Say it Right language provides a simple and straightforward approach to speaking and learning a new language. It is a fun, fast and easy way to learn new languages using one simple phonetic system called I Say it Right Vowel Symbol System. I Say it Right stresses consistency, clarity, and above all, simplicity. I Say it Right Vowel Symbol system provides a new way to pronounce foreign languages easily and accurately thro ...
 
CReATe Connect podcasts are short recorded interviews on topics we hope will be of interest to patients with ALS and other motor neuron diseases.
 
A little stimulation for the neurons, goes a long way! So every week, we intend to do just that by asking you a 'Brainstormer: Question of the week'.
 
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FutureBANG!
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The emerging technologies of the future will comprise the manipulation of four major categories: Bits, Atoms, Neurons, and Genes. In other words, FutureBANG!
 
Dropset Gorgeous Radio is a podcast created around delivering on three core principles: - Value - Knowledge - Inspiration to take action Based on health, fitness and personal development this podcast was created with the goal of connecting with listeners. Speaking to subscribers on wavelengths that motivate them to up-level and create positive changes within their own lives through hearing the inspirational stories and educational knowledge of others within the fitness community. Hosted by A ...
 
Whispers from the Unseen is dedicated to finding, sharing, exploring and expressing those aspects of the world that should not be found, shared, explored, or expressed in the first place. How do you see a whisper? How do you speak what cannot be seen? There is a world inside of a neuron that lives inside of a memory that imagines another world. Some of us would like to go there. Others go there every day. Ultimately, this site is dedicated to art: the spirit of responding to the unknown and ...
 
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This week Ryan spoke to Claire Throssell on the murder of her two sons by their father; Heather Morris on her book "The Tattooist of Auschwitz"; Marie Maher on rebuilding her life after her husband was killed in a hit and run; Fr. Tony Coote on walking the length of Ireland to raise money for Motor Neurone Disease; and we remember Big Tom McBride.…
 
Fr. Tony Coote was recently diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease and joined Ryan in studio to talk about how life has changed since the diagnosis and what he's doing to raise awareness and money for research and the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
 
Back in the studio Closing Ceremony and Commonwealth Games wrap + Michael Shelley New sauce Peter Beattie Apology Tour Armchair critic Twitter sense of humour Tony Cochran Motor Neurone Disease Coachella More sauce | 2018-04-16 - mygc.com.au
 
Partnering with Cuore I am very excited to have Yann Kai Oh with me today from Cuore. She has been helping me immensely the last few months as we have worked on strategy and design for the BOOST Health Performance Apparel line that is now live at the website shop. She is also one heck of an athlete, well known around Hong Kong as one of the bes ...…
 
The mighty Mississippi is shackled and constrained by a series of channels, locks, and levees. The height of those levee walls is regulated by the Army Corps of Engineers to ensure that riverside districts equally bear the risk of flooding. But some districts have piled more sand atop their levees to protect against imminent flood risk during e ...…
 
Evelyn O'Rourke spent a day with Motor Neurone Nurse, Fidelma Rutledge visiting Lilian and Paul Carroll in Limerick and in studio Professor Orla Hardiman, Consultant Neurologist in Beaumont Hospital, Dublin
 
How does belief influence the way people approach death? Why don’t those who believe they’re going to heaven seem that keen to go? And how is belief changing, in an age where tweets address the dead, and many who say they have no faith believe in an afterlife? We hear from Rick, who has a motor-neurone condition with a terminal prognosis, about ...…
 
In March 2018 Gudrun visited University College London and recorded three conversations with mathematicians working there. Her first partner was Karen Page. She works in Mathematical Biology and is interested in mathematical models for pattern formation. An example would be the question why (and how) a human embryo develops five fingers on each ...…
 
My brother I grew up on the Gold Coast, and we spent a lot of time crabbing on the weekends. We’d go out early in the morning, just before sunrise and we’d get back at sunset. On a good day, we’d catch dozens of mud crabs. Once caught we’d place them in a large bucket, well actually it was more like a big plastic rubbish bin, with two sturdy ha ...…
 
Earlier this month the world was saddened to hear of the death of Professor Stephen Hawking, arguably one of the most famous physicists of recent times. He died peacefully at the age of 76, having lived with the debilitating condition of motor neurone disease which he was diagnosed with in his early 20s. Despite that he contributed hugely to sc ...…
 
Rick Duncan and Peyton Jones interview Jim Galvin on how to best engage learners. Listen as they speak through best practices for training adults. James C. Galvin, Ed.D. is an organizational consultant relentlessly focused on releasing the potential of leaders and organizations. As an author, Jim has written many best-selling books that have be ...…
 
Rick Duncan and Peyton Jones interview Jim Galvin on how to best engage learners. Listen as they speak through best practices for training adults. James C. Galvin, Ed.D. is an organizational consultant relentlessly focused on releasing the potential of leaders and organizations. As an author, Jim has written many best-selling books that have be ...…
 
In todays Podcast we have Dr Scott Wustenberg from Optimal life Chiropractic in to discuss what happens physiologically to your body when you have pain. You nervous system is constantly adapting to do what ever you tell it to do better. If you work on your times table, that will get better because the neuronal networks responsible for maths wil ...…
 
Episode 4: Exams The Right Way with Dr. Gerard Bogin As our special gift, here’s Dr. Gerard Bogin’s exams for you to use in your practice. Click here to download the exams. We hope you find real value in these as we have over the past few years. Don’t forget that these exams are also available in the ChiroPractice Pro EMR and Office Solution. C ...…
 
Intermittent fasting. Does the hype reflect reality? You’ve probably heard about intermittent fasting but you’re unsure what it is and if it’s as good as what people say. You may even be wondering if intermittent fasting is dangerous. I’m here to tell you, when done properly it’s one of the best ways to maintain good health. It gives you more e ...…
 
Welcome to the Performance Science Podcast! This week’s episode marks the start of our new series, “Brain Basics.” This series is aimed at explaining complex scientific jargon so listeners can better understand our podcast. Listen and subscribe for bi-weekly insight into health, mindset and high performance strategy for entrepreneurs, business ...…
 
The recent death of Professor Stephen Hawking due to motor neuron disease, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), has cast a limelight on the rare disorder. Prof Dr Nortina Shahrizaila and Dr Loh Ee Chin share more about how the Motor Neuron Disease Clinic in University Malaya Medical Centre takes a multidisciplinary approach to help patients.…
 
No New Neurons, Different Signals, Nursemaid Neanderthals, Barn Mouse Domesticity, Team Termite!, A Hermit's Bones, Bt Benefits, Detecting The Undetectable, Flying Fossil, Raven Ravings, Spider Gifts, And Much More...
 
Diagnosed with Motor Neuron Disease and given only two years to live, Professor Stephen Hawking defied the odds and became one of the most accomplished minds of the twentieth century. His work revoluntionised our understanding of the cosmos and inspired generations of scientists to continue to ask the important questions - How? Why?Today, I'm j ...…
 
Ian Stevenson. Ian is an Assistant Professor at the University of Connecticut in the Statistical Neuroscience Lab. Ian originally began his career in Physics, but moved into statistical neuroscience for his PhD at Northwestern University. At Northwestern, he developed “Stevenson’s Law” with Dr. Konrad Kording. Throughout his career he has recei ...…
 
Dropset Gorgeous Radio is a podcast created around delivering on three core principles: 1. Value 2. Knowledge 3. Inspiration to Take Action! Based on health, fitness and personal development this podcast was created with the goal of connecting with listeners. Speaking to subscribers on wavelengths that motivate them to up-level and create posit ...…
 
"Le féminisme est à la mode mais la mode est-elle féministe ? "Chaque vendredi, les 2 cops de la mode vous propose un nouveau podcast mode pour embellir les neurones. La bad cop de la mode d'abord : AXELLE et la good cop un peu fashionista sur les bords : Clémence. Chaque épisode de PODCAST IS THE NEW BLACK est là pour vous décrypter les recoin ...…
 
This episode is with Mary Porter, founder of the Looking Glass Peyote Church in Oregon. This is the first church in North America to run under Pre-European Contact Law, and is able to give certain Schedule 1 substances to people of any race, such as San Pedro, mushrooms, and peyote cactus. Peyote requires a DNA test previous to use (I made a mi ...…
 
Like it or not, there's a voice in your head. Everyone has one. That voice is made up of all your experiences, neurons that fire when triggered by situations that remind you of something that happened before. That voice is not the truth - it's just thoughts that come and go like waves. Good mood, bad mood, offended, excited... it's all just neu ...…
 
✨💫Revisioning - Faster relief of Complex Grief and PTSD. The mirror neuron Network. ✨💫✨ That's Another Way ✨💫My next guest has a heart of gold and is a true healer. Super smart and inventive.Dr. Mark Rider is a medical psychologist and music therapist in the DFW metroplex.His previous books include Revisioning: Mirror Therapy for Unresolved Gri ...…
 
Okay, stop me if you have heard this one before: A Nerd, a Geek, and a Bully walk into a bar... Find out everything first on: epsilonactual.com Don’t miss an episode of the Epsilon Actual Radio Show! Follow us on: Apple Podcasts: bit.ly/EARSApplePodcasts Facebook: facebook.com/epsilonactual Google Play: bit.ly/EARSGooglePlay Overcast: bit.ly/EA ...…
 
What is the self? Does the collection of neurons in our brains define the entirety of who we are? Modern day neuroscience attempts to explain who we are through understanding how the brain works, sometimes even trying to find a single entity that can be labeled as the “self”. Yet, for thousands of years, thinkers of Hindu and Buddhist tradition ...…
 
In this inaugural episode of Computing Across Disciplines, we talk with Steve Furber, Professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Manchester. He’s probably most well known for designing the ARM ...…
 
Yoga NidraOn day 27 of our 30 day challenge we are answering the question: How to sleep with Yoga. The answer I am going to share with you is something called: yoga nidra or sleep yoga. Yoga nidra or Sleep Yoga is a form of meditation where you get the benefits of meditation and a deep night sleep.If you have practiced yoga before you will be f ...…
 
We’ve all seen films that glorify the wildly eccentric genius, the maverick. This character either manages to save the day with their quick-thinking flair and creativity (like in The Imitation Game), or almost completely destroys him/herself/everyone’s lives by being too damn smart (The Social Network, Limitless). Either way, in popular culture ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: The FeedAuthor: Nick Clark WindoNarrator: Clare Corbett, Nick Clark WindoFormat: UnabridgedLength: 11 hrs and 19 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 01-25-18Publisher: HeadlineGenres: Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Sci-Fi: ContemporaryPublisher's Summary:The Feed by ...…
 
When it comes to Spa and Wellness education, Patty’s guest on this episode of RadioAMB, is an expert. Meet National Educator for Universal Companies, Anita Lumpkin. broadcasting from Manhattan Beach and the World Wide Web you’re listening to CHS our healthy life dotnet as a service to our listeners this program is for general information and en ...…
 
Lisa Dion is the creator of Synergetic Play Therapy and is the founder and director of the Play Therapy Institute of Colorado She is experienced in many settings to include private practice, schools, social services, foster care agencies, and orphanages. Synergetic Play Therapy’s name was influenced by Lisa’s love for the brain and understandin ...…
 
This week’s guest Tony Ro is a presidential professor of psychology and biology and director of the Ro Lab at Graduate Center. Ro and his colleagues are investigating the brain’s deeply complex cognitive and neuronal architecture, and its role in determining our attention, perceptions and action.Ro joined the Graduate Center in 2015 after 7 yea ...…
 
Published on 13 Dec 2017. Eric M. Verdin, M.D. is the fifth president and chief executive officer of the Buck Institute for Research on Aging and is a professor of Medicine at UCSF. Dr. Verdin's laboratory focuses on the role of epigenetic regulators in the aging process, the role of metabolism and diet in aging and on the chronic diseases of a ...…
 
Published on 13 Dec 2017. Eric M. Verdin, M.D. is the fifth president and chief executive officer of the Buck Institute for Research on Aging and is a professor of Medicine at UCSF. Dr. Verdin's laboratory focuses on the role of epigenetic regulators in the aging process, the role of metabolism and diet in aging and on the chronic diseases of a ...…
 
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