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Arthur Allin was an American psychologist. Along with G. Stanley Hall, in 1897, he developed the concepts of gargalesis and knismesis as scientific terms for two types of tickling [1]


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  1. Hall, G. S., and A. Allin. (1897) The psychology of tickling, laughing and the comic. The American Journal of Psychology 9:1–42.

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