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It's our birthday!

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We have an anniversary to celebrate. We've been bringing you Hidden Brain for a year now, and we are so glad and thankful you've come along with us. We've learned a lot about what you like, and what we like. Specifically, deep dives into stories or topics that reveal something true about human behavior. Now, it's time to double down on that with a string of ambitious new episodes. Here's a sneak peek.

The Hidden Brain Podcast is hosted by Shankar Vedantam, and produced by Maggie Penman, Jenny Schmidt, Chris Benderev, and Renee Klahr. Our supervising producer is Tara Boyle. To subscribe to our newsletter, click here. You can also follow us on Twitter @hiddenbrain, and listen for Hidden Brain stories every week on your local public radio station.