〜You’re 30 times more likely to laugh if you’re with somebody else than if you’re alone〜
(Sophie Scott, Cognitive neuroscientist)
These days, I am laughing a lot, be it through a stand up comedy I went to see or Japanese variety channes, workshop in a job, you name it.
Study has shown that laughter has great benefit on the health: it reduces stress, blood pressure, risk of heart attack (unless you laugh too much all of a sudden), etc.
But what about the connection between laughter and learning? Although it is not as obvious as the one with the health, it seems to have a link. Continue reading