What Happens in the Brain to Make Us ‘Catch’ Yawns

Did you ever look at somebody who’s yawning and suddenly feel an unstoppable urge to yawn, yourself? Well, now a University of Nottingham research team has figured out what happens in the brain that makes us “catch” that yawn. According to BBC, contagious yawning has to do with the primary motor cortex in your brain, and scientists hope that learning how this cortex responds to certain stimuli will help them address diseases like Tourette’s. Yawning starts even...

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