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Phenomenon of Laughing
Pathophysiology of Laughing
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activity afferent areas behavior brain stem bulbar cause cells central nervous system cerebral cortex chronogenic clinical concept connections cortical dementia disease disorder dorsal effect efferent motor efferent pathways emotional environmental epidemic expiration expiratory explanation frontal function ganglia ganglion gyrus hiccup hypothalamus hypothesis hysteria ical impulses informative communications informative stimuli inhibition initial innervated interpretation involuntary involved lacrimal gland laryngeal nerve laughing center laughing reaction laughing reflex laughing response laughter lesion McCulloch meaningful mechanism medulla oblongata mental motor fibers muscular tonus myelination narcolepsy neurons nucleus ambiguus observed organism Papez pathological pathophysiology of laughing patients phonation phrenic nerves physiological problem pseudobulbar Psychiatry psychic psychological psychosomatic reflex arc reflex laughing respiration respiratory muscles reticular formation reverberating circuit rhythmic Schilder schizophrenic sensory situations smiling somatic spinal cord spinothalamic tract stressed striated muscles subcortical symptom syndrome term thalamus tickling tion tribal vagus nerve ventral spinothalamic tract volition voluntary W. B. Saunders York