Scientists ask people what makes them laugh, and share the answers they collected in a fun video.
A vlogger with brain cancer documents his surgery to remove a tumour, during which he was awake, and elders react to the video.
Big Daddy Taz performs standup comedy about mental health in the “Bipolar Buddha Set,” onstage at the CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival.
A neuroscience experiment with mice found that specific neurons are activated when they are stroked, and all hairy mammals may be wired to enjoy it.
Spoof of an “It Gets Better” video.
The Sh*t People Say meme is past its prime, but this overlooked homemade video still rings true by parodying common things that uneducated people say to people who have obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
Comedy skit about Catwoman in session with a frustrated psychotherapist, delving into her obsession with Batman, and her many annoying cat mannerisms.
A well-acted exaggerated dysfunctional exchange between a mother and a son in their home, in front of a group of his colleague psychiatrists. Scene from a sitcom that’s yet to be released.
Prank by college students using a cognitive illusion of an invisible rope.
How do you take public education about a serious medical emergency and turn it into a funny video? With neon leggings, goofy dancing, and a doctor on the street.