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Graduate student Andrew Farkas' new meta-analysis featured in UGA Today!

A new meta-analysis led by UGA Psychology doctoral student, Andrew Farkas, was recently featured on UGA Today. Farkas and colleagues shows that research suggests humor exhibits a surprising amount of brain activity associated with emotional processes. This paper further posits a variety of brain networks are engaged to appreciate humor, include the fundamental emotion networks.

Read more in the full meta-analysis paper and UGA Today article. Congrats, Andrew!


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