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Laughter and Learning: Why Happy Students are Better Students
MRIC 2012/13

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"Laughter and Learning: Why Happy Students are Better Students"

Matthew Wappett
Associate Director, UI Center on Disabilities and Human Development
Advisor, UI Laughter Club
Tuesday, November 27
12:30-1:30 p.m.
Whitewater Room, Idaho Commons

This interactive presentation will highlight the effects of lifestyle stress on cognitive and social functioning, and will review the research-based evidence for using laughter as an antidote to stress. This presentation will provide opportunities to practice several methods of laughter and relaxation that participants can add to their stress management toolbox. 

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