A yawn is a reflex consisting of the simultaneous inhalation of air and the
stretching of the .... "We believe that contagious yawning indicates empathy. ... A
2007 study found that young child...
Jun 28, 2013 ... Pinpointing exactly why we yawn is a tough task, but the latest research suggests
that our sleepy sighs help to regulate the temperature of our ...
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May 12, 2014 ... A new study has suggested that the reason we yawn has nothing to do with
tiredness or boredom, but actually works in order to cool down our ...
But why, exactly, do people and animals yawn? ... Yawning, then, would be an
involuntary reflex (something we can't really control) to help us control our
Don't misunderstand, we aren't intending to bore you, but just reading about
yawning will make you do it, just as seeing or hearing someone else yawn makes
Aug 12, 2014 ... It is through experiments like these that Provine has tried to explore a millennia-
old mystery: why do we yawn? We all know that tiredness, ...
... most important jobs appears to be to cool off the brain, which makes a lot of
heat. We do yawn more when we are sleepy and brain temperature is increasing.
Aug 19, 2014 ... Most people yawn upon seeing someone else do it, but infants and people with
autism or schizophrenia aren't so affected by this contagion ...
Apr 14, 2014 ... Yawning is one of the first things we learn to do. “Learn” may not even be quite
the right word. Johanna de Vries, a professor of obstetrics at ...