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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" .

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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 ...

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

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

www.quora.com/What-will-make-me-tickle-myself

You can make a tickling device by taking a stick and gluing long feathers onto it. ... The best places for this are the inside of your elbow, your neck, or the back of your ... Try Slowly Moving Your Fingers Lightly In A Circle On Your Foot Arch Or ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4166313

Sep 17, 2014 ... ... error minimization on the one hand and the sensory stimuli they are ... We also expected that in dreams, self-tickling would feel more like ... respectively) a feather, brush or a similar tool to first tickle their own ... dreamt up different tickling devices, such as wooden spoons, pens, or branches (cf. reports no.

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Dec 28, 2010 ... The hand also resolved that night. However, since that time I've been feeling the feather-tickling sensation just to the left of the tip of my nose in ...

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Dec 20, 2016 ... Scientists don't fully understand the tickle response, but there are a few theories about why people are ... Another theory is that tickling encourages social bonding . ... And people laugh just as hard whether they're being tickled by a person or by a machine. ... Tickle with a feather instead of your hands.

www.bbc.com/future/story/20150109-why-you-cant-tickle-yourself

Jan 9, 2015 ... It's almost impossible to get a laugh by self-tickling, says David Robson, and ... Sit back, take your shoes and socks off, and gently stroke its feathers against your sole. ... you, every time one of your hands brushed your leg, for example. ... It turned out that the greater the delay, the more ticklish the foam felt, ...

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May 14, 2014 ... Especially at 3:00 and also it doesn't make sense that he's more ticklish with the feather duster, hands are better ticklers and a feather duster ...