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NPR: Invisibilia

Launched in 2015 and hosted by journalists Alix Spiegel (NPR) and Hanna Rosin (The Atlantic), Invisibilia is a podcast that seeks to "explore the invisible forces that shape human behavior - things like ideas, beliefs, assumptions and emotions." These hour long episodes will appeal to anyone interested in neuroscience, psychology, technology, and more. Now in its third season, Invisibilia has explored topics such as Mirror Touch Synesthesia ("Entanglement"); debates about the impact of computers on human behavior ("Our Computers, Ourselves"); and whether or not people actually have a stable personality ("The Personality Myth"). The latest season began on June 1, 2017 so listeners can expect to find new episodes throughout summer 2017.
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