3 edition of psychology of laughter found in the catalog.
psychology of laughter
|LC Classifications||BF575.L3 P5 1963|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||63022097|
Laughter Therapy– is a type of therapy that uses humor to help relieve pain and stress and improve a person’s sense of may be used to help people cope with a serious disease, such as cancer. Laughter therapy may include laughter exercises, clowns, and comedy movies, books, games, and . Gelotology is the study of the physiological effects of laughter on our bodies. Laughter, in simple terms, can be described as a total body, physiological response to humor. Similar to aerobic exercise, a hearty laugh involves contraction and relaxation of facial, chest, abdominal and skeletal muscles, easing muscle tension and spasms that.
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Laughter just might be the most contagious of all emotional experiences. Although laughter is one of the distinguishing features of human beings, little is known about the mechanisms psychology of laughter book it.
Psychology researchers jumped on the new phenomenon of "canned" laughter, confirming that laugh tracks do indeed increase audience laughter and the audience's rating of the humorousness of the Author: Robert Provine.
Whether overheard in a crowded restaurant, punctuating the enthusiastic chatter of friends, or as the noisy guffaws on a TV laugh track, laughter is a fundamental part of everyday life.
The Psychology of Laughter book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This ebook edition has been proofed and corrected for errors an /5. Humor and laughter are a universal aspect of human experience, occurring in all cultures and virtually all individuals throughout the world (Apte, ; Lefcourt, ).
Laughter is a distinctive, stereotyped pattern of vocalization that is easily rec-2 1 INTRODUCTION TO THE PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMOR chPqxd 15/8/06 AM Page 2File Size: 1MB. The difficulty is to bridge over the extremes and find the fundamental principles that underlie the almost infinite diversity of the manifestations of the ludicrous.
Another difficulty lies in the fact that very little satisfactory and systematic work has been done in the domain of the psychology of laughter and the : Boris Sidis.
Laughter is universal across human cultures and even exists in some form in rats, chimps, and bonobos. Like other human emotions and expressions, laughter and humor provide psychological scientists with rich resources for studying human psychology, ranging from the developmental underpinnings of language to the neuroscience of social : Alexandra Michel.
Glen graduated with a (Hons) in psychology from the Open University, after which he completed a in Applied Psychology, with Trinity College, Dublin. He is currently working towards achieving a PhD in Psychology, again with Trinity College, only this time he's researching laughter, which he considers to be the most fantastic PhD.
The Psychology of Humor, 2e reviews the literature, integrating research from across subdisciplines in psychology, as well as related fields such as anthropology, biology, computer science, linguistics, sociology, and more.
This book begins by defining humor and presenting theories of humor. The material is scholarly, but the presentation of the material is suitable for people unfamiliar with the subject-making The Psychology of Humor suitable for use for advanced undergraduate and graduate level courses on the psychology of humor-which have not had a textbook source.
AATH Book Award for Humor/Laughter Research category. Glenn is a book on laughter in interaction, looking at laughter from a conversation analysis perspective. Furthermore, some review articles have summarized pertinent issues within the research on laughter: regarding the morphology, Ruch and Ekman (cited under Morphology of Laughter) describes the morphological features of laughter in.
The material is scholarly, but the presentation of the material is suitable for people unfamiliar with the subject-making The Psychology of Humor suitable for use for advanced undergraduate and graduate level courses on the psychology of humor-which have not had a textbook source.
AATH Book Award for Humor/Laughter Research category!Cited by: Introduction to the Psychology of Humor 1 The Universality of Humor and Laughter 2 problem for psychology. Humor, comedy, and laughter are important and engaging aspects of behavior. attention from many perspec-tives and approaches.
The amount and diversity of relevant information should have made this book impossible to write. The File Size: KB. An inquiry into the main psychological principles that underlie laughter and its various manifestations presents a number of difficulties.
There is a wide range of the ludicrous, beginning with the nursery rhymes of Mother Goose, the coarse sallies of the clown, the zany, the cartoonist, the mimic, and the joker, and ending with the classical productions of Aristophanes, Lucian, Juvenal. WHAT IS LAUGHTER. •"Laughter is a rhythmic physical and vocal reaction to humor or to a number of other stimuli" () •Larynx, also known as the voice box, contracts during laughter.
This book is so full of great research and information that I will be using it to teach the AATH (Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor) 3 hour graduate humor studies class called The Humor Academy.
Thank you Scott for your creatively written book that will be a wonderful resource for all interested in the science of humor and s: The psychology of laughter, Contributor Names Sidis, Boris, Book/Printed Material The foundations of normal and abnormal psychology, Also available in digital form.
The Psychology of Laughter Paperback – Aug by Sidis Boris (Author) See all 38 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price Cited by: 4. Read this book on Questia. The problem of human laughter is one which has been approached from a number of different points of view by psychologists, sociologists, and littérateurs without producing any measure of agreement.
Probably no human reaction has given rise to so many conflicting opinions as those found in works dealing with laughter. OCLC Number: Description: [x] pages 21 cm: Contents: Laughter --Art, religion, and child games --The ludicrous --Laughter and novelty --Ridicule and social decadence --Deviations and the ludicrous --Ridicule and the subconscious --The ludicrous and reserve energy --Freedom and laughter --The ludicrous and the inferior --Vanity and the principles of ridicule --The comic in.
Laughter’s contagiousness, borne out in diverse examples such as St. Vitus’ Dance, Beatlemania, “holy laughter” in charismatic Christian sects, and a Tanzanian laughter epidemic, is an evolutionary Achilles’ heel, exploitable by corporate America in media laugh tracks and Tickle Me Elmo.Henri Bergson: his book of three essays, Laughter, was written in French; its original title is Le Rire.
Essai sur la signification du comique ("Laughter, an essay on the meaning of the comic"). Sigmund Freud: his book on jokes and unconscious has been translated in many languages, including several translations in English.Laughter is a vexing subject even when it’s not spreading through the countryside like a virulent disease.
Take the work of Robert Provine, a neuroscientist and psychology professor at the.