This idea was tested through research by Fraley and Barbara Aaron Arthur, psychologists at the State University of New York, in the United States.
In their experiment, the experts asked several couples (who did not know each other) to participate together in an activity. Sometimes it was a fun job that would make them laugh together, and in other cases, the task was just nice, not to the point of laughter, A review of your health
Then the psychologists asked each participant to assess his partner, resulting in the following: people who laughed with his obscure couple closer and felt more attracted to her. The shared laughter generated a powerful magnetism between two people.
Good humor helps keep the relationship
As stated Eduardo Jauregui, professor of social psychology at the American University of San Luis, “laughing binds and attracts people; simultaneously reducing tensions between them. “In forming romantic couples, the “flirts” is the basic strategy of rapprochement, as already established, humor and play help keep the spark in the relationship and reduce tensions, says the specialist.
According to Jauregui, “we must remember that emotional learning is going through many situations, and like the more we drive, the better we do, the more sentimental relationships or experiences we have, the more we learn and we become more proficient in loving ground. “