With all the grimness in the news lately, here's an item that may help (but I don't know if non-avian theropods did this too...):
Raoul Schwing, Ximena J. Nelson, Amelia Wein and Stuart Parsons (2017)
Positive emotional contagion in a New Zealand parrot.
Current Biology 27(6): pR213–R214
Movie of laughing parrots
Positive emotional contagions are outwardly emotive actions that spread from one individual to another, such as glee in preschool children or laughter in humans of all ages. The play vocalizations of some animals may also act as emotional contagions. For example, artificially deafened rats are less likely to play than their non-hearing-impaired conspecifics, while no such effect is found for blinded rats. As rat play vocalizations are also produced in anticipation of play, they, rather than the play itself, may act as a contagion, leading to a hypothesis of evolutionary parallels between rat play vocalizations and human laughter. The kea parrot (Nestor notabilis) has complex play behaviour and a distinct play vocalization. We used acoustic playback to investigate the effect of play calls on wild kea, finding that play vocalizations increase the amount of play among both juveniles and adults, likely by acting as a positive emotional contagion.