How To Tell When A Laugh Is Real: The Answer Is In A Breath

Thursday, May 08, 2014

Greg Bryant, a professor at UCLA, explains his studies on laughter. Using acoustic analysis, he found that real laughter was more emotional, closer to animals, and fake laughter was closer to speech.

Source: NPR


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