Podcast: From laughter therapy to testing communication strategies for emergency evacuations
- Centre for Decision Research
In this episode, Hannah Preston speaks to Dr Natalie van der Wal to discuss Natalie’s two different areas of current research: laughter-induced therapy, and testing communication strategies to save lives in emergency evacuations.
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