A laugh may signal mockery, humor, joy or simply be a response to tickling, but each kind of laughter conveys a wealth of auditory and social information. These different kinds of laughter also spark different connections within the “laughter perceptio… Continue reading →
Most infants respond to a game of peek-a-boo with smiles at the very least, and, for those who find the activity particularly entertaining, gales of laughter. For infants with autism spectrum disorders, however, the game can be distressing rather than … Continue reading →
One email instantly caught my eye this morning as I checked my email, “It’s time to show your support for bottled water,” the email boldly declared.
My first reaction was a combination of amazement and laughter. The email shouldn’t ha… Continue reading →