Laughter is a physical reaction in humans and some other species of primate,
consisting .... emotional expressions such as laughter, probably come into
synaptic relation in the reticular core of the...
Laughter is primitive, an unconscious vocalization, Provine says. "In laughter we
emit sounds and express emotions that come from deep within our biologic ...
Mar 25, 2014 ... When 95 of the school's 159 pupils had come down with what came to be known
as omuneepo, the Swahili word for laughing disease, the ...
Oct 29, 2010 ... One of the more complex aspects of human behaviour is our universal ability to
laugh. Laughter has puzzled behavioural biologists for many ...
Oct 26, 2014 ... They laugh when they're playing, in the same way humans do, .... and do nothing
while the audience laugh - and it is hard to learn to come ...
Oct 7, 2003 ... Chimp and human baby laughter is amazingly similar (Reuters/Mark ... laughter
usually happens in a different social context than it does in ...
Nov 30, 2014 ... Snorts, giggles, guffaws -- the reasons behind our seemingly infinite brands of
Jun 5, 2012 ... Why do we laugh? Well it's funny you should ask, but this question was
suggested by reader Andrew Martin, and it is a very interesting one to ...
Sep 26, 2016 ... The history of 'the laugh track' says much about what the makers of television
thought of their audiences, writes Jennifer Keishin Armstrong.
Jun 25, 2013 ... Laughter is the best medicine, so it's said. Ever wonder why? Well, this is what
your body does when you chuckle – just for kicks and giggles: