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HOW IT WORKS
Research conducted in partnership with the University of Washington College of Education and Seattle Children's Hospital Research Institute resulted in uniquely positive outcomes for users of The L.A.U.G.H. App.
Research shows that the more students interacted with The L.A.U.G.H. App, the more their moods improved.
Research has shown that mindfulness practices decrease stress and increase empathy, self-control, self-satisfaction, attention, emotional regulation, and healthier friendships.
Research showed physiological signs of more intense focus and concentration, cognitive engagement, and a lower heart rate variability while using The L.A.U.G.H. App than while playing with typical game apps.
The app provides even greater benefits to students by using multiple senses at the same time including: vision (images on the app and the AmbientArt™ on the screens), tactile (digitally painting), listening (calming sounds and positive self-talk), and focused breathing (physical regulation). Research found that this powerful combination is creating an optimal opportunity for learning.
what they are saying
“Our preliminary data demonstrate that children using The L.A.U.G.H. App exhibited much greater concentration than when using comparable entertainment apps.”
Dimitri A. Christakis, MD, MPH
Director, Center for Child Health, Behavior & Development
Seattle Children’s Research Institute