Duda Kvitsiani interviewed for videnskab.dk: A 'tickling rats' study

According to a new study in Science, rats that are tickled exhibit the same behavior as humans. The same study also revealed that tickling can be detected in the brain. According to Duda Kvitsiani, the results are important for understanding what tickling means socially.

2016.11.15 | Emilie Marie Niebuhr Aagaard

Duda Kvitsiani have some interesting insights in an article about tickling from videnskab.dk. The article is rooted in a newly published research article in Science.

Read the Danish article from videnskab.dk here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45TGxDDL-WA

Read the scientific article: "Neural correlates of ticklishness in the rat somatosensory cortex", Science

(2016)

Watch an English video about the research behind the article (created by Humboldt-Universität, Berlin)

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