Naked Neuroscience, from the Naked Scientists

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Open your mind with Naked Neuroscience, the spine-tingling, interactive monthly exploration of the workings of the nervous system from the Naked Scientists.

This month, we're getting to grips with gaming disorder. With the NHS's first specialist clinic to help people with gaming disorder now open, we're asking what's it like to be addicted to gaming, and what can be done to help? Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists

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Here's a top up of Naked Neuroscience news!
Go with your gut Nov. 20, 2019
What exactly is a gut feeling?
Understanding addiction Oct. 20, 2019
What exactly is addiction? What's going on in the brain?
Making moves Sept. 20, 2019
what's going on in the brain that allows us to move? How might control over our movements change as we age?
Making moves Sept. 19, 2019
This month - what's going on in the brain that allows us to move? How might control over our movements change as we age? And why do armies march in time with each other? We're mulling over the neuroscience of movement. Plus, we'll be tak...
The Lonely Mind Aug. 20, 2019
What exactly is loneliness?
The Lonely Mind Aug. 19, 2019
This month, we're unpicking the neuroscience of loneliness, asking: Why do so many of us get lonely, what's happening in the brain when we are lonely, and what can be done to help? Plus, we'll be peeling back the science on some of the l...
How Do I Smell? July 20, 2019
How can how we smell, and what we smell like, be an indicator of health?
How Do I Smell? July 19, 2019
This month, we're talking smelly neuroscience! Can how we smell, and what we smell like, say anything about our health? Plus, we pick apart some of the latest neuroscience papers with the help of local experts......
Getting Serious on Sleep June 19, 2019
This month - should we be changing the way we view sleep? We're talking slumber and mental health, body clocks and genes, and snoozing's impact on learning and memory. Plus, we'll be diving into some of the latest neuroscience news with ...
Getting serious on sleep June 19, 2019
Should we be changing the way we view sleep?
Get your fix of neuroscience news with our naked neuroscience news roundup!
This month - from digging into dementia, to asking "are bigger brains always better?", we've had a glut of neuroscience news harvested in the naked scientists office, so prepare for a neuroscience news round up......
Can Music be Medicine? April 19, 2019
This month, Naked Neuroscience is putting music therapy under the microscope. We're tuning into the therapeutic properties of tunes, asking - what actually is music therapy? What health conditions can music therapy treat? And what's it...
Can Music be Medicine? April 19, 2019
This month, Naked Neuroscience is putting music therapy under the microscope. We're tuning into the therapeutic properties of tunes, asking - what actually is music therapy? What health conditions can music therapy treat? And what's it actua...
Uncovering Consciousness March 20, 2019
This month, Naked Neuroscience is delving into the curious concept of consciousness - asking what exactly is it? Why should scientists study it? And what has the unconscious mind got to do with generating ideas? We speak to Cambridge...
Uncovering Consciousness March 20, 2019
This month, Naked Neuroscience is delving into the curious concept of consciousness - asking what exactly is it? Why should scientists study it? And what has the unconscious mind got to do with generating ideas? We speak to Cambridge University's ...
This month, Naked Neuroscience is back at the Rosenthal Symposuim conference on changing behaviour for the healthier, organised by the UK Academy of Medical Sciences and the US National Academy of Medicine. How can healthy behaviour changes...
This month, Naked Neuroscience is back at the Rosenthal Symposuim conference on changing behaviour for the healthier, organised by the UK Academy of Medical Sciences and the US National Academy of Medicine. How can healthy behaviour changes be implem...