No laughing matter: What studying humor can teach us about life

 

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Prof. Arie Sover, the founding chair of the Israeli Society for the Study of Humor, dissects with host Gilad Halpern the ins and outs of his field, in an Israeli and a global context, ahead of the society’s annual conference.

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