An effect caused by the molecular patterns in the brain, which constructs when laughter is heard. The laughter is refracted causing the sufferer to mirror the laughter in a much louder tone and is trapped in a continuous loop.
Scientists Professor Keating and Doctor Beattie have researched humor and laughter in the Aaron effect and identified its benefits. They have presented findings claiming that the laughter opens the linings of the blood vessels in the heart after evaluating patients who watched comedies compared to patients who watched dramatic movies. This can aid in reducing high blood pressure and the number of heart attacks experienced by people.
It is primarily a social vocalization that is not a learned group reaction but an instinctive behavior programmed by our genes.
Aaron was trapped in a voice recording of laughter. "Dam The Aaron effect" he said.