Someone walking onto a stage trips and falls. Half the audience laughs, half doesn’t—and they’re even angry at the first half for laughing! Why do people respond so differently to humor, puns, and jokes? Calvin College psychology professor Paul Moes explains what happens in our brains—and our relationships—when we share a laugh. Karen Saupe hosts.

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