For April’s episode, James Tytko brings you the latest and greatest in neuroscience news and views. First, we’re probing a touchy subject, finding out whether our tactile sense might be the most underappreciated of all. Then, the sequence of genes responsible for cognitive impairment in those with schizophrenia and ageing reveals new avenues for research. And a bit later on, how the cultural convergence many psychologists predicted as a result of globalisation is not coming to fruition… Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists

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