amp;nbsp;As the researchers used TMS, it was also possible to increase the "excitability" in the motor cortex and thus even increase people's tendency to contagious yawns
posted more than 900 false share drafts and more than 1,200 ACH transactions that led to the credit union losing nearly $500,000.
Both humans and animals yawn
, but why this strange behaviour has evolved is still an unsolved mystery.
Smith, professor emeritus of anthropology at Emory University, argues that the contagious yawn
is "poorly understood (in) evolutionary history.
The news itself might bring on a yawn
, since even reading about the gesture, heating the sound, or imagining a yawn
can create an urge to do the same.
Norfolk-based sleep expert Dr Neil Stanley said: "People read a yawn
Professor Provine said, 'When you see someone yawn
you're initiating a chain reaction of biology, so whatever changes in our body are brought about by yawning are synchronised in everyone that's doing it.
To test 'fellow feeling' as an explanation for yawn
infection Platek rounded up 65 volunteers who were taken to a movie theatre and there they watched films of people laughing, yawning or lacking in expression.
As you turn the pages, the cutouts grow from the small yawn
of a bug to the big yawn
of the "terrible tiger.
When we yawn
we breathe in slowly and deeply and then let air back out.
Relations between Thailand and Myanmar in the northern areas soured last year when Thailand ordered closing of border checks that connected the northern province of Chiang Mai with Myanmar's Mong Yawn
, which Wattanachai said is a new base area for the Wa minority in the northern state of Shan.
, too--even if you are wide awake and having a good time.