ASMR, Slime, and other Oddly Satisfying videos are enormously popular online, but we know surprisingly little about the body’s responses that keep us wanting — and watching — more. WIRED’s Louise Matsakis spoke with psychologist and neuroscientist Nick Davis, who co-authored one of the first studies about ASMR. Read more about ASMR, Slime and Mukbang videos on WIRED.com:
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