Psychological Science Agenda
A publication of the Science Directorate
September 2004 |Vol. 18, No. 9
SCIENCE BRIEFSJo-Anne Bachorowshi, PhD, and Michael J. Owren, PhD
We began studying laughter in part as a way to understand indexical, or personal, cues in vocal signals.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S COLUMN
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