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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tickling

Tickling is the act of touching a part of a body in a way that causes involuntary twitching ... While the palm of the hand is far more sensitive to touch, most people find that the soles of .... This titillation belongs entirely to us and not to the feather; if the live and ... and Harris presented subjects with a "mechanical tickle machine" .

www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3514279/Can-tickle-Unnerving-ability-sign-schizophrenic-like-traits-experts-warn.html

Mar 29, 2016 ... Being tickled by another person generally elicits a stronger sensory response ... For instance, a single stimulus - a feather for example - is felt less ... their forearm flat on a table, under a device designed for tickling. ... Participants were first asked to self-tickle, in which they used their dominant hand to make ...

curiosity.com/topics/there-are-two-types-of-tickling-curiosity

Knismesis is reminiscent of a feather trailing across your skin, or perhaps a bug ... Gargalesis, on the other hand, is more aggressive and can cause breathless ...

awesci.com/tickling-yourself

Jul 22, 2014 ... But have you ever tried tickling yourself with a fake hand? ... While, if some one else had the control and they tried to control the robot to tickle you, you'd feel more ticklish. Unless ... Or use a feather on the sole of your foot.

www.healthline.com/health/why-are-people-ticklish

Dec 20, 2016 ... Another theory is that tickling encourages social bonding. For many ... And people laugh just as hard whether they're being tickled by a person or by a machine. Ticklish ... Tickle with a feather instead of your hands. Don't be ...

charris.ucsd.edu/articles/PBR1999.pdf

On this view, tickle may be more akin to the startle reflex than to the knee jerk; one .... (1897), suggested that the feather-type tickle be called. “knismesis” (light tickle) ... placed immediately in front of the tickle machine's hand. The sub- ject's leg ...

www.thenakedscientists.com/articles/interviews/what-do-tickles-tell-us-about-brain

Jul 26, 2013 ... Building a tickle machine: a robot, holding a feather duster, to find out why ... The subject's task is to use that other hand to push another leaver ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=What+Is+A+Better+Tickling+Device+A+Feather+Or+Hands&v=QqzCr7J7YW8
Jul 28, 2015 ... It's almost impossible to trick your brain so you can tickle yourself. Unless you're schizophrenic… Learn more at HowStuffWorks.com: http://science.howstuffw. ... You can tickle your palate when you touch it with tour hands. ... in only ticklish there so... well for me it's not the " goosebumps feather " one, it's the ...

evil.wikia.com/wiki/Tickle_Machine

The Tickle Machine is a weapon created by Dr. Screwball Jones which, as its name says, causes... ... She turned it over and a feather fell out, shocking him.