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Can smiling boost memory?

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Realizing his lectures were putting students to steep, Ron Berk, Ph.D., retired psychologist and professor at Johns Hopkins University, began telling jokes in crass and noticed his students started performing better on exams. His observation was confirmed by a format study published in Humor: International Journal of Humor Research. Students kept awake by laughing at the prof's jokes scored better than those who were served the information straight up.

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Title Annotation:Your Health: MEDICAL ADVICE FROM OUR EXPERTS
Publication:Saturday Evening Post
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Mar 1, 2013
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