Study Finds Age When Kids Typically Understand Humor

Study Finds Age When Kids Typically Understand Humor
John Davis/Aberdeen American News via AP

Young children's ability to laugh and make jokes has been mapped by age for the first time using data from a new study involving nearly 700 children from birth to four years of age, from around the world. The findings, led by University of Bristol researchers and published in Behavior Research Methods, identifies the earliest age humour emerges and how it typically builds in the first years of life.

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