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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yawn

At least one study suggests that yawning, especially psychological "contagious" yawning, may have developed as a way of ...

www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-athletes-way/201403/why-is-yawning-so-contagious

Mar 16, 2014 ... Does looking at this image of a person yawning make you yawn? About half of adults yawn after someone else yawns due to a universal ...

www.psychologytoday.com/blog/neurologic/201601/why-is-yawning-contagious

Jan 11, 2016 ... We yawn when we see someone else yawn. The sound of yawning makes us yawn. The yawning contagion can even spread between species.

www.seeker.com/why-is-yawning-contagious-1765108386.html

6 days ago ... Watch someone yawn, and try not to yawn yourself. It can be impossible to resist. Even reading about yawning can make you do it. Now, a new ...

mentalfloss.com/article/64654/why-are-yawns-contagious

Jun 11, 2015 ... How Can I Make My Space Feel Grown-up (Without Spending a Ton of ... ( Though my wife claims she once made a cat yawn by contagion.) ...

www.today.com/health/person-psychopath-yawn-might-help-you-tell-t40276

Jul 8, 2016 ... Contagious yawning — or yawning when you see someone else do it ... RELATED: 4 body language mistakes successful people never make.

www.mnn.com/earth-matters/animals/blogs/what-makes-yawn-contagious

Oct 2, 2015 ... Watching this little gray fox break into a yawn probably makes you have the urge to yawn too. What makes that happen, not only when we see it ...

www.quora.com/Is-yawning-contagious-If-so-why-Whats-the-evidence

About half of adults yawn after someone else yawns due to a universal ... there are now much better answers others have added - make sure you read the other  ...

science.howstuffworks.com/life/contagious-yawn.htm

Contagious yawning is associated with the same parts of the brain that deal with empathy, ... Science is still investigating exactly what makes us yawn, but it's a ...

www.newyorker.com/science/maria-konnikova/the-surprising-science-of-yawning

Apr 14, 2014 ... “One reason my enthusiasm for studying contagion diminished is because everything causes yawning,” Provine says. (Are you yawning yet?)