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In this episode, I share an audio version of a recent paper on evidence for intranasal oxytocin delivery to the brain. Read the open access paper here.Full reference to the paper: Quintana, D. S., Smerud, K. T., Andreassen, O. A., & Djupesland, P. G. (2018). Evidence for intranasal oxytocin delivery to the brain: recent advances and future perspectives.Therapeutic Delivery,9(7), 515-525.LinksThe paperDan on TwitterDan on Instagram

Literature reviews | Q&A episode

Wed Sep 05 2018 (08:29)

In this Q&A episode, I answer a question from the #PhDchat hashtag on twitter about how many paper you should read while writing up your lit review.-------LinksOriginal tweet with the questionDan on Twitter Video episodes on Instagram Video episodes on YouTube

I chat with Sophie Betka (Brighton and Sussex Medical School, UK) about her new study on how oxytocin influences attention to internal cues in social drinkers.You can watch the video version of this interview onInstagram TVorYouTube.LinksThe paperSophie on TwitterDan on TwitterDan on InstagramDan on YouTube

I chat with Anne Rimpel & Clarissa Zwarg (LMU Munich, Germany) about their new study on how oxytocin promotes attention to social cues.You can watch the video version of this interview on Instagram TV or YouTube.LinksThe paperDan on TwitterDan on InstagramDan on YouTube

I answer a listener question from Joey on how to identify good meta-analyses when reading the literature. LinksDan on TwitterDan on FacebookVideo episodes on InstagramVideo episodes on YouTube

I recently had a great chat with Stu Murray, who is an Assistant Professor at University of California, San Francisco. We cover a few topics including how to get the most out of Twitter as an academic, his strategy for revising manuscripts, and work/life balance.LinksStu on TwitterDan on Twitter"Show your Work" bookHuman brain colouring bookDan on FacebookDan on Instagram

I chat with Sally Grace (Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia) about her new meta-analysis of fMRI intranasal oxytocin studies.If you're on Instagram, you can watch the video version of this interview.LinksSally's paperSally on TwitterDan on TwitterDan on InstagramDan on YouTube

In this Q&A episode, I answer a question from the #PhDchat hashtag on twitter about how to best convince mentors and co-authors to adopt preprints. I also share a personal preprint experience from last year that convinced me to preprint ALL my work.-------LinksOriginal tweetPreprint FAQDan on TwitterVideo episodes on InstagramVideo episodes on YouTube

I spoke with Marian Bakermans-Kranenburg about her recent study on the impact of vasopressin on the processing of infant cries in expectant fathers.--------------------Show linksThe study Dan on Twitter Dan on Instagram Dan on YouTube

I really enjoyed this chat with Josh Woolley (University of California, San Francisco) on intranasal oxytocin in psychiatry research. We talked about some of the major issues that the field of needs to address as well as some of the challenges of doing work in this area.Links:Josh's lab on twitterDan on twitterDan on Instagram

I speak with Matt Wall (Imperial College, London) about a new paper he co-authored on the role of kisspeptin in emotional brain processing. We chat about the results of the study and the origins of this peptide hormone.If you're on Instagram, you can watch the video version of this interview here: https://www.instagram.com/tv/BlX8bsCFhT1/--------------------Show linksKisspeptin paper: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5272173/Matt Wall on Twitter: https://twitter.com/m_wallDan on Twit ...

Introduction

Sun Jul 15 2018 (02:30)

I introduce my new show and the two reasons why I started it.In this show you'll find a mix of episodes on research that's catching my eye in psychiatry and psychology, interviews with other scientists, and me sharing my daily research process.Links and show notesDan's researchDan on TwitterDan on InstagramYouTube channel