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What's so funny? An evaluation of the relations among humour use, mirth, and depressive symptomatology Humour production and showing mirth (i.e., smiling and laughing) confer prosocial advantages. However, there is a paucity of literature evaluating how humour manifests in psychopathology. Humour and mirth may be especially ...