Tickling is the act of touching a part of a body in a way that causes involuntary
twitching .... In a 2008 study, 89% of students admitted to being ticklish on their
right foot, ... Some of history'...
Aug 12, 2013 ... You probably know that you can't tickle yourself. And although you might be able
to tickle a total stranger, your brain also strongly discourages ...
I'm not positive I am posting in the correct forum topic, but I am wondering about
the evolutionary origins of "ticklish"ness. Why were the first ...
Ticklish definition, sensitive to tickling. ... He is ticklish about being interrupted. 4.
unstable or easily upset, as a boat; unsteady. Origin of ticklish. Expand. 1575- ...
Oct 19, 2013 ... Schuster takes us through the surprisingly extensive history of philosophers
thinking about tickling, from Aristotle to Nietzsche, Spinoza, and the ...
Feb 15, 2016 ... Scientists are perplexed by the variability and the origin of the tickle ... Some
scientists have argued that being ticklish is a defensive reflex ...
Jul 19, 2011 ... Can you really be tickled to death? Who likes being tickled more — men or
women? Where are people most ticklish? Here's everything you ...
Nov 11, 2016 ... However tickling began, it appears to have become useful as a way for some
animals to bond with each other. And, the origins of tickling lie far ...
Mar 10, 2016 ... Politics & History ... Tickling could be a way to bond: the child's reaction to being
tickled would cause the caregiver to also crack a smile.
explaining in part why tickling does not always elicit laughter. .... they do not
much like being tickled, and few adults actively ..... A Natural History, vii. p. 721.