Many researchers believe that the purpose of laughter is related to making and strengthening human connections.
A normal laugh has the structure of "ha-ha-ha" or ... long or short "inter-note
intervals" do not happen due to ...
Mar 25, 2014 ... The three couldn't stop laughing—and soon the uncontrollable cackles spread to
their classmates. The laughing attacks lasted from a few ...
May 27, 1999 — Laughter is part of the universal human vocabulary. All
members of the human species understand it. Unlike English or French or
Swahili, we ...
Mar 27, 2006 ... And why do we expect that any decent James Bond villain will cackle ... In
humans, laughter predates speech by perhaps millions of years.
We laugh when we are told a funny joke or when presented with other humorous
... Philosopher John Morreall believes that the first human laughter may have ...
Laughter is so basic to humans, we barely notice it -- unless it totally pleases or
absolutely annoys us. But laughter ... Do you seem to laugh more than others?
Sep 24, 2016 ... This could have been particularly important for small groups of early humans.”
The very act of laughing is a scientific study in culturalism.
Jul 1, 2015 ... Humour, comedy and jokes do seem to be very important to humans: as far as we
can see, as long as humans have had language, we have ...
Jun 5, 2012 ... Why do we laugh? Well it's funny you ... All humans laugh, and laughter always
involves a similar pattern of whooping noises. Deaf people who ...