By Sam Allred, CouncilMom over Music, Inspiration, and Laughter
Developmental psychologist Casper Addyman has the most delightful job: he studies baby laughter. In this 2017 TED talk (only 15 minutes long) he discusses the science behind what makes babies laugh and why it is crucial for development... and why we might want to learn from their example and laugh more!
From the description on YouTube:
Caspar Addyman reminds us that babies can teach us fundamental truths about how to live a good life. We just need to listen to their laughter.
Caspar Addyman is a developmental psychologist who studies how babies learn about the world and how we can learn from them in adulthood. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Leave a Reply.
Momivate's CouncilMom over Music, Inspiration, and Laughter provides much of what you will enjoy on this blog, either creating it herself or acquiring it from other sources. Guest authors are welcome to submit pieces as well by emailing email@example.com