Scientific Publications

Addyman, C., & Addyman, I. (2013). The science of baby laughter. Comedy Studies, 4(2), 143–153.

Addyman, C., Fogelquist, C., Levakova, L., & Rees, S. (2018a). Social facilitation of laughter and smiles in preschool children: Dataset, analysis scripts and supporting materials.

Addyman, C., Fogelquist, C., Levakova, L., & Rees, S. (2018b). Social Facilitation of Laughter and Smiles in Preschool Children. Frontiers in Psychology, 9.

Berger, A. A. (2013). Why We Laugh and What Makes Us Laugh: ‘The Enigma of Humor’. Europe’s Journal of Psychology, 9(2), 210–213.

Bryant, G. A., & Aktipis, C. A. (2014). The animal nature of spontaneous human laughter. Evolution and Human Behavior, 35(4), 327–335. Choi, Y.-J., & Luo, Y. (2015). 13-Month-Olds’ Understanding of Social Interactions. Psychological Science, 26(3), 274–283.

Esseily, R., Rat-Fischer, L., Somogyi, E., O’Regan, K. J., & Fagard, J. (2016). Humour production may enhance observational learning of a new tool-use action in 18-month-old infants. Cognition & Emotion, 9931(May), 1–9.

Ferner, R. E., & Aronson, J. K. (2013). Laughter and MIRTH (Methodical Investigation of Risibility, Therapeutic and Harmful): Narrative synthesis. BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.), 347(dec12_3), f7274.

Juárez-ramos, V., Salazar-lópez, E., Ángeles, M., Artacho, R., Chmielowiec, K., & Riquelme, A. (2014). The Laughter of Ticklishness Is a Darwinian Feature Related to Empathy in Both Genders: Self-Esteem in Men and Sexism in Women. 2014(January), 18–23.

Orekoya, O. S., Chan, E. S., & Chik, M. P. (2014). Humor and Reading Motivation in Children: Does the Tickling Work? International Journal of Education, 6(1), 61.

Provine, R. R. (2013). Laughing, grooming, and pub science. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 17(1), 9–10. Reddy, V., & Mireault, G. (2015). Teasing and clowning in infancy. Current Biology, 25(1), R20–R23.

Scott, S. K., Lavan, N., Chen, S., & McGettigan, C. (2014). The social life of laughter. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 18(12), 618–620.

Vouloumanos, A., & Bryant, G. A. (2019). Five-month-old infants detect affiliation in colaughter. Scientific Reports, 9(1), 4158.