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Laughology: The science of laughter

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by Stephanie Davies
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Laughology: The science of laughter by Stephanie Davies

A practical guide to using laughter and humour as a thinking skill to feel better and communicate more effectively. This book will explain simple techniques that will improve the reader's ability to gain a more positive perspective in difficult situations and increase their happiness through adopting the techniques from the Laughology model.

The key subjects covered are What is laughter;What is humour; The psychological connection;

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Ebook Details
Pages: 256
Size: 927 KB
Publisher: Crown House Publishing
Date published:   2012
ISBN: 9781845908126 (DRM-EPUB)

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