Latest Laughter Stories
Delayed reactions, sadness, and readjustment may be normal but they may signal something worse.
Dr. Caspar Addyman recently talked with redOrbit about the Baby Laughter Project and what his team hopes it will teach them about the cognitive development of infants.
Believe it or not, there’s a lot to be learned from babies, and now researchers from Birbeck University of London’s world-renowned BabyLab want to learn all about laughter and how it pertains to cognitive development.
Smiling and laughing is said to be contagious among people, but smiling could possibly even have a positive effect on the body.
Although some people may appear to be grinning after you say a clever comment about how they gained holiday weight, a new study confirms its merely a smile out of frustration, rather than humor.
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