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Published Articles in HUMOR, 1988-2008 1988

Author(s) Apte, Mahadev L. Allen, Nancy J. Marino, Matthew. Fry, William, and William M. Savin Porteous, Janice Palmer, Jerry Raeithel, Gert Bier, Jesse Jordan, David K. Salmons, Joe Bendelac, Alegria Ziv, Avner Mundorf, Norbert, et al. Cetola, Henry W. Manns, James Meyerhofer, Nicholas J. Zhao, Yan Nilsen, Don L. F. Attardo, Salvatore Salamone, Frank A. Sherman, Lawrence W. Article Disciplinary Boundaries in Humorology: An Anthropologist's Ruminations. Semantics and Madison Avenue: Application of the Semantic Theory of Humor to Advertising. Puns: The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful. Mirthful Laughter and Blood Pressure. Humor as a Process of Defense: The Evolution of Laughing. Theory of Comic Narrative: Semantic and Pragmatic Elements. Aggressive and Evasive Humor in Hemingway's Letters. The Problem of the Polish Joke in Derogatory American Humor. Esperanto: The International Language of Humor; or, What's Funny About Esperanto? On the Social Function of Some Southern Indiana GermanAmerican Dialect Stories. Humor and Affectivity in Jaquetía, the Judeo-Spanish Language of Northern Morocco. Humor's Role in Married Life. Gender Differences in Humor Appreciation. Toward a Cognitive-Appraisal Model of Humor Appreciation. Two Faces of the Absurd. To Laugh or Not to Laugh: Humor in the Works of Thomas Bernhard. The Information-Conveying Aspect of Jokes. The Importance of Tendency: An Extension of Freud's Concept of Tendentious Humor. Trends in European Humor Research: Toward a Text Model. Close Enough for Jazz: Humor and Jazz Reality. Humor and Social Distance in Elementary School Children. Issue 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.3 1.3 1.3 1.3 1.3 1.3 1.4 1.4 1.4 1.4 Pages 5-25 27-38 39-48 49-62 63-80 111-26 127-34 135-41 143-57 159-75 177-86 223-29 231-43 245-58 259-68 269-77 279-98 335-47 349-69 371-88 389-404

Published Articles in HUMOR, 1988-2008 1989
Author(s) Morreall, John Scott, Nina M. Nadel, Alan Tanner, Stephen L. Deren, Veronica White, Sabina, and Phame Camarena Leslie, Larry Z. Norrick, Neal R. Rosenheim, Eliyahu, Frederique Tecucianu, and Lilly Dimitrovsky Ross, Charles Schutz, Charles E. Pepicello, W. J. Rust, John, and Jeffrey Goldstein Lawler, Robert W. Tsur, Reuven Rich, Susanna Lippoczy Friedman, Monroe Consalvo, Carmine M. Spencer, Gary Oring, Elliott Master, Ann S. Derks, Peter, and Jack Berkowitz Alperin, Mimi Article Enjoying Incongruity. Rosario Castellanos: Demythification through Laughter. True Wit and Mere Vulgarity, or the Art of Being the Student in Paul Fussell's -I Class. E. B. White and the Theory of Humor. Funny to Some, Not to Others: An Analysis of Some Adolescent Responses to Australian Humor Literature. Laughter as a Stress Reducer in Small Groups. Radio Humor: Sex, Celebrities, and a Sharp Wit. Intertextuality in Humor. Schizophrenics' Appreciation of Humorous Therapeutic Interventions. The Grim Humor of Spenser's Faerie Queene: Women and Laughter in a Renaissance Epic. The Sociability of Ethnic Jokes. Ambiguity in Verbal and Visual Riddles. Humor in Marital Adjustment. Making Jokes and One Child's Learning. Horror Jokes, Black Humor, and Cognitive Poetics. Ridicule and Rut Reactions: Some Problems with Henri Bergson's Laughter. Commercial Expressions in American Humor: An Analysis of Selected Popular-Cultural Works of the Postwar Era. Humor in Management: No Laughing Matter. An Analysis of Jap-Baiting Humor on the College Campus. Between Jokes and Tales: On the Nature of Punch Lines. Humor Appreciation in Children: Individual Differences and Response Sets. Some Determinants of Attitudes toward a Joker. Jap Jokes: Hateful Humor. Issue 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.2 2.2 2.2 Pages 1-18 19-30 31-41 43-53 55-72 73-79 107-16 117-39 141-52

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. I. Baseball Humor. and Mary Elizabeth D'Zamko Lefcourt..4 323-32 363-78 379-402 403-13 415-34 . 3. Read. Humor as a Response to Incongruities within or between Schemata. Lambert. Dieter Cox. Kenneth McGhee. Hairy Turkish Cartoons.1 3. The Disinhibiting Effects of Humor: Aggressive and Affective Responses. Elizabeth J.4 3. Donald.2 3. Biomimesis: Humor. V. Alleen Pace Elitzur.2 Pages 3-15 17-35 37-52 53-64 65-73 75-84 119-46 147-58 159-75 177-91 Karabas. and Robert Thayer Buttram Van Giffen. Katherine Pellow. The Owl and the Nightingale: Postmodernist Play and Medieval Stand-up Comedy. Irony as a Means of Illuminating the German-German MindSet. Article Virginity: A Metaphor We Live By. Paul E.2 3. Humor. Humor as Defeated Discourse Expectations: Conversational Exchange in a Monty Python Text.3 3. Saalmann.2 3. Herbert M.3 3. and Neurosis as Life Mimicries. L.2 3. 1988-2008 1990 Author(s) Nilsen. and Theodora Panoutsopoulou Risden. and Philip M. The Role of Cognitive Factors in Children's Metaphor and Humor Comprehension. Seyfi Ziv. Roland A. A Comparison of Humor and Directive Language in Head Start Classrooms.3 3. and Neurosis: The Paradoxical Power of Confinement. Gabriella Eichinger Elitzur. A Personality-Based Model of Humor Development During Adulthood.1 3. 3. Influence of Professor Gender and Perceived Use of Humor on Course Evaluations.3 3. and Franz-Josef Hehl Ferro-Luzzi.4 3. Play. Play.3 3.1 3.1 3. Davies. Raymond L. The Cyclical Seasons of Humor in Literature. Champagne. Avshalom C. Daemmrich.. Van Auken Mowrer. The Engendered Blow Job: Bakhtin's Comic Dismemberment and the Pornography of Georges Bataille's 'Story of the Eye' (1928). Willibald Ruch.. The Linguistic Interest of Verbal Humor.Published Articles in HUMOR.4 3. C. Joe A. Ingrid G. Tamil Jokes and the Polythetic-Prototype Approach to Humor. and Orit Gadish Pretorius. Avshalom C. Humor and Immune-System Functioning. Avner.3 193-215 247-57 259-76 277-85 287-95 3. Goldstein.1 3. Katrina Davidson-Katz. Issue 3. Paul E. Christie McGhee. E. Male-Female Differences in Communicating Job-Related Humor: An Exploratory Study.3 297-303 305-21 Obscene Humor: What the Hell? An Explanation of Jewish Jokes About Jewish Women. Laurence Deckers.1 3. and Karen Kueneman Zelvys.

What's in a Jewish Joke? Script Theory Revis(It)Ed: Joke Similarity and Joke Representation.2 4. 1988-2008 1991 Author(s) Pollio. Mightier Than the Sword: Jewish Cartoons and Cartoonists in South Africa.2 4.3-4 4. Salvatore.2 4.2 4. Exploring the Thesis of the Self-Deprecating Jewish Sense of Humor. Don L. The Schlemiezel: Black Humor and the Shtetl Tradition. Humor and Work. and Victor Raskin Morreall. Robert Ziv.Published Articles in HUMOR. Bernard Pauwels de la Ronciere. John Nilsen.2 4.1 4.2 4.3-4 4. Christie Article The Concepts and Language of Comic Art. The Limitations of Objectivist Semantics for Analyzing Literature: The Humanization of the Writings of Lewis Carroll. Jay Chard-Hutchingson.2 4.1 4.2 4. Visual and Intellectual Humor in Saul Bellow's Fiction. Ofra Attardo. and Aggression: A Reply to Elliott Oring. Glenda Boyer. Martine Davies. Judith Saper. Introduction [Jewish Humor]. Willibald. et al. Davies. Anat Saper. Issue 4.3-4 4. F. Hostility. and Judith Theg Talley Zajdman. Marie-Christine Nevo.1 4.3-4 Pages 1-21 23-40 41-59 61-108 145-48 149-64 165-75 177-87 189-209 211-22 223-39 241-50 251-60 293-347 359-73 375-89 391-414 415-22 . The Stylistic Metamorphosis of Jewish Humor. Bernard Hetzron. Howard R.1 4. A Cognitive Behavioral Formulation of the Relation between the Jewish Joke and Anti-Semitism. Contextualization of Canned Jokes in Discourse. Christie Stora-Sandor.3-4 4. Ethnic Humor.2 4. The Functions of Humor in Bernard Malamud's Fiction. Cross-National Comparison of Humor Categories: France and Germany. Ruch. The Jap Joke Controversy: An Excruciating Psychosocial Analysis. On the Structure of Punchlines.. Avner Abramson.

4 5. The Stereotypes Of Deep France In the Almanach Vermot. 5. and Andrew Winzelberg Zajdman. Fun.1-2 5. Salvatore.4 5. 1988-2008 1992 Author(s) Attardo. John S Gehring.1-2 5. Cognitive Aspects of the Humor Process: The Concept of Incongruity.Published Articles in HUMOR.4 5.1-2 5.. Humor and Chaos. Joanne Podilchak.3 5. and JeanCharles Chabanne Fry.4 5. Roger P. Anne-Marie Leeds. Roselyne Laurian.1-2 5. Television's Other Groucho. Is the Parisian Lady Funny? Sexism and Comic Technique in Rabelais..1-2 5. Christopher Lefort.3 5. Jokes as a Text Type. Bernard Attardo. Peter Hallett. Fun-of Humor and Laughter.4 319-29 331-42 343-55 357-68 369-74 375-96 397-422 .3 Pages 1-5 7-31 33-43 45-68 69-89 91-109 111-27 129-48 149-63 165-76 219-32 233-50 251-66 267-82 283-91 Category and Ratio Scaling of Sexual and Innocent Cartoons. Amis Abroad: American Occasions for English Humor. Salvatore. Humor and Anality. Grotesque Humor in Virgilio Piñera's Short Stories.4 5.3 5. Laughter and Stress. William Holcomb. Wes D. Did You Mean to Be So Funny? Well.3 5. Ronald A. If You Say So. Bilingual Anglo-French Humor: An Analysis of the Potential for Humor Based on the Interlocking of the Two Languages.1-2 5. Marlene Forabosco. Richard. Greenberg.1-2 5.1-2 5. Argumentation and the Comic in the Works of Some French Linguists. White. Walter Torres-Robles. Yves Koren. Sabina.4 5. and Seymour Fisher Derks.1-2 5. Funny. Aspects of the Unsaid in Humor. Issue 5. Nodal Humor in Comic Narrative: A Semantic Analysis of Two Stories by Twain and Wodehouse. and JeanCharles Chabanne Chanfrault. Possible/Impossible Translation of Jokes. Carmen Article Introduction: Humor Research East of the Atlantic. Group Differences in Appreciation of Feminist Humor. Structure of Verbal Jokes and Comprehension in Young Children.1-2 5. Anat Gallivan. Humor: A Didactic Adjuvant. Christopher Batts. Bernard Dolitsky. Giovannantonio Gentilhomme. O'Neill.

2 6.1 6. The Political Exploitation of the Clown Figure in Traditional and Popular Theater in Asia. 1988-2008 1993 Author(s) Ruch. et al. Colin Clark. Laughter in Mother-Infant Emotional Communication.4 6.4 Pages 1-7 9-26 27-42 43-56 57-69 71-88 89-104 123-36 137-61 163-93 195-222 223-25 251-70 271-84 285-98.1 6. Laughter and the Profit Motive: The Use of Humor in a Photographic Shop. Mothering Words. Giora Keinan. Humor and Pain Tolerance. Why Couldn't It Have Been Robert?' An Experiential Exploration of Why Men and Women Laugh. Karl Kuiper. Martin Epskamp.2 6. Torborg Ruch. Humor and Self-Concept. Paul Pfeifer.1 6. and Paul Ekman Winkel. and Psychological Well-Being. Lambert Derks. Rod A. Ofra. 'Oh.1 6. and Trevor Pinch Mbangwana. Sex and Salience in the Appreciation of Cartoon Humor. 299-317 363-84 385-402 403-14 . Evangeline. Salvatore Attardo. Nicholas A. Mark G. Toward an Empirical Verification of the General Theory of Verbal Humor.3 6. and Victor Raskin Nwokah. Gehring.1 6.2 6. Willibald Frank.3 6.. Ruch.4 6. Willibald. Michael. and Rod A. Anne Article Introduction: Current Issues in Psychological Humor Research. Peter. Self-Concept. Mark Deckers. Neal R. and Sigrid Rath Norrick.2 6. and 'the Renegade'. Greenfeld. Humor.1 6.3 6.1 6. Coping with Stress. Kees P. Autonomic Differentiation of Temporal Components of Sexist Humor.3 6.2 6. and Sanjay Arora Nevo. Some Instances of Linguistic and Literary Resource in Certain Humorous Cameroonianisms. and Alan Fogel Mulkay. Wes Lundell.. Laughter in Camus' the Stranger. Repetition in Canned Jokes and Spontaneous Conversational Joking. and Mina Teshimovsky-Arditi Martin.. The Nature of Humor Appreciation: Toward an Integration of Perception of Stimulus Properties and Affective Experience. Not All Smiles Are Created Equal: The Differences between Enjoyment and Nonenjoyment Smiles. Willibald.Published Articles in HUMOR. the Fall. Issue 6. On the Validity of a Weight-Judging Paradigm for the Study of Humor.

4 Pages 7-26 27-54 55-70 71-74 74-83 111-26 127-37 139-55 157-72 173-75 175-77 209-44 245-67 269-80 313-21 323-40 341-50 351-75 377-401 403-28 . Humor Assessment of Corporate Managers and Humor Seminar and Personality Students. Sol ---. The Biology of Humor.1 7. and Clarence Thomas. Yumiko Deckers. William F. Louis R.4 7. Donald E. Karl Saporta. Lenny Bruce on Police Brutality. Eysenck's Pen System.1 7. 1988-2008 1994 Author(s) Oring.4 7. F. Dallin D.Published Articles in HUMOR. The Appeal of Bloopers: A Reader-Response Interpretation.2 7. A Response to a Response to My Response to in Stitches. Creating Structural Ambiguities in Humor: Getting English Grammar to Cooperate. The Linear Organization of Jokes: Analysis of Two Thousand Texts. Christie Fry.1 7. Issue 7. Donald E. 'Seriality' and Appreciation of Jokes.2 7. The Prediction of Preference for Sick Humor. Droodles and Cognitive Poetics: Contribution to an Aesthetics of Disorientation. Don L. Giovannantonio Oaks.3 7. Willibald Draitser. Lenny Bruce.4 7.2 7.2 7. Ruch. and Pam Avery Herzog.1 7. Laughter and Pleasure. Andrew Dice Clay.1 7. Mechanisms of the Comic in Johannes Pauli's Schimpf Exempla. Nilsen. Salvatore. Thomas R. The Politics of Dirty Jokes: Woody Allen. Humor Consulting: Laughs for Power and Profit in Organizations. and Beverly A.3 7. Lambert. Groucho Marx. A Case Study of Perceptual and Acoustic Features of an Infant's First Laugh Utterances. Altered Joke Endings and a Joke Structure Schema. Temperament. Pfeifer.4 7. Tsur. Reuven Jacobs. Debra Davies.. Elliott Attardo. Emil Takahashi. et al. Article Humor and the Suppression of Sentiment. and Susan Haggerty Forabosco.. Gibson. Bush Franzini..2 7. A Response to Christie Davies' Review of in Stitches. and Humor-Related Traits.2 7.4 7. Sociological Aspects of the Russian Jewish Jokes of the Exodus. and Alleen Pace Nilsen Mowrer.3 7.

Appropriate Incongruities: Genuine and Spurious. Toward a Critical Sociological Analysis of Cart oons. The Prediction of Preference for Sexual Cartoons.3 8. Gregory Oring. Memorable Humorous Incidents: Gender. The History of the Cartoon in the Ussr.2 8. Tamar Radday. Jean. and Charles Swanson Fisher.. and Howard R.. Why Analysis of Humor Seems Funny. Our Funny Universe: On Aristotle's Metaphysics. Charles E.4 8. Rhoda L. Steve Kalland. Yehuda Herzog. Joking in the Context of Political Correctness. Saper. and Mircea Sigal Deneire.4 8. Vladimir Liu. Issue 8.3 8. Hager Article A Behavioral and Phenomenological Analysis of Audience Reactions to Comic Performance. Van Giffen. Anger.3 8. Kazanevsky. Leonardo Da Vinci: Comic and Practical Joker. Fuchang Schrempp. G..3 8. Sex and Women in Biblical Narrative Humor. Pollio Prado. Oring's Theory of Humor.2 8. C.1 8.4 8. and Mike Etgen Charney.4 Pages 5-28 29-37 39-50 51-64 65-76 97-134 133-54 155-65 167-76 177-90 219-28 229-35 237-55 257-71 273-84 285-98 327-37 339-48 349-62 363-84 385-405 . It Is Not Enough to Have Them Laugh: Hostility.1 8.1 8. Female Differences in Creation of Humor Relating to Work. Dan G. Peter. The Effect of Joke Type and Audience Response on the Reaction to a Joker: Replication and Extension. Howard R. and Other Appropriate Incongruities.Published Articles in HUMOR. What Audience Members Are Aware of When Listening to the Comedy of Whoopi Goldberg. Marc. Humor as Violations of the Reality Principle. Humor and Foreign Language Teaching. Maurice Ehrenvberg. Cryptic Humor: The Subversive Message of Political Jokes.2 8. and Colleen Willard-Holt Gelkopf.1 8. Marc Derks. Themes and Setting Effects. Structural Incongruity and Humor Appreciation. Thomas R. Bernard Staley. An Exploration of the Relationship between Humor and Giftedness in Students. Rosemary.4 8. and Humor-Coping in Schizophrenic Patients. and Andrew J. and Peter Derks Hunt.3 8. Katherine. 1988-2008 1995 Author(s) Pollio.1 8. Maher Schutz. Gail Holt.3 8. and Kathleen M. Elliott Dines.2 8.2 8. Woody Allen's Non Sequiturs.

and Arvalea J. Kenneth H. James A. G. Lampert. Herbert M.1 9. To Be or Not to Be Humorous: Does It Make a Difference? Issue 9. Wodehouse as Political Scientist. and Larry Sherman Unger. Willibald Martin. Powell Redfern. Nel. Partisan Perceptions of Political Humor. C.. Rod A. and Giovannantonio Forabosco Smith. 1988-2008 1996 Author(s) Ruch.1 9. Sense of Humor and Styles of Everyday Humorous Conduct. Martin D. Sven.3-4 9. Walter David Weise.2 9.3-4 9. Kirby Warnars-Kleverlaan. Women. Richard E.. Olson. Nelson Ruch. Measurement Approaches to the Sense of Humor: Introduction and Overview. The Development of the Sense of Humor Questionnaire: From Shq to Shq-6. and F. Gabriele. Ruch.2 9. The Situational Humor Response Questionnaire (Shrq) and Coping Humor Scale (Chs): A Decade of Research Findings. Sol Fleissner.3-4 303-39 9. Thorson. How Much Method Variance? 9. Lenny Bruce's Semantic Holes. Louis Oppenheimer.3-4 341-61 363-97 . 9. Saporta. Willibald.2 Pages 1-18 19-38 39-55 57-71 73-88 117-41 The Potential for Using Humor in Global Advertising. Laughing at the Way We See: The Role of Visual Organizing Principles in Cartoon Humor.3-4 143-68 169-86 187-98 199-207 209-11 211-14 239-50 251-72 273-302 Assessing The Humorous Temperament: Construction of the Facet and Standard Trait Forms of the State-TraitCherrfulness-Inventory-Stci.3-4 9. Understanding Laughter in Terms of Basic Perceptual and Response Patterns. Fallen Angelo's Disrespectful Wordplay: A Blasphemous Pun in Measure for Measure. Roy E. and Sense of Humor.2 9.2 9. Lynette S.1 9. Robert F.1 9. and Willibald Ruch Article A Cross-Cultural Study of Humor Appreciation: Italy and Germany.2 9.2 9. Bertie and Jeeves at the End of History: P. Ken Russell. Aging.Published Articles in HUMOR. Willibald. Craik. Lefcourt. Perspective-Taking Humor and Authoritarianism as Predictors of Anthropocentrism.1 9. Gabriele Köhler. Köhler. Sources of Variance in Current Sense of Humor Inventories: How Much Substance. Puns: Second Thoughts. and Christoph Van Thriel Svebak.

Lawrence G. Wladyslaw.1 10. and Dolf Zillmann Lefcourt.4 10. The Semantic Foundations of Cognitive Theories of Humor. et al. Calhoun. Issue 10.2 10. Julio Chlopicki.2 10. William Carrell.1 10. The Newfoundland Joke: A Canadian Phenomenon Viewed in a Comparative International Perspective. Article Burlesque and the City.4 377-94 395-420 421-37 439-52 453-513 . Attardo. Netherlands. Who Likes Far Side Humor? Humor and Political Correctness. Herbert M.4 10. 1996.1 10. Comic Flexibility and the Flux of Modernity in Evelyn Waugh's Vile Bodies. Banks Huber. Paul. Are More Compact Cartoons More Humorous? On the Aesthetic Dimension of Humor. F. Joseph Carrell.1 10.3 10.3 10.1 10. and Salvatore Attardo Nilsen. Don L. Lewis. September 14. Salvatore Oppliger. Rafael. Amy Binsted. Patrice A.2 10. and Graeme Ritchie Cann. Reclaiming the Body: The Subversive Possibilities of Breast Cancer Humor. 1988-2008 1997 Author(s) Boskin.3 Pages 1-9 11-24 25-76 77-89 91-103 105-16 117-19 137-64 165-72 173-85 187-205 207-18 251-83 285-300 301-31 333-48 10. and Helmut Leder Nunez-Ramos. Amy Ryan. The Killing Jokes of the American Eighties. Laughter and Electroencephalographic Activity. Gabriella Eichinger Davies. Peter. Christie Fry. Chris Lewis. The Religion of Humor in Irish Literature. Arnie.2 10. and Janet S. a Report on Initiation of Research. Alves.4 10. and et al.. Paul Derks. Kim. Cynthia A Hopkins.Published Articles in HUMOR..3 10. The Thin End of the Wedge: Jokes and the Poliical Socialization of Children. Computational Rules for Generating Punning Riddles. Humor Communities.1 10. Joke Competence and Humor Competence. Spanish Humor: A Hypotheory. Disgust in Humor: Its Appeal to Adolescents. On the Role of Humor Appreciation in Interpersonal Attraction: It's No Joking Matter. and Guillermo Lorenzo Ferro-Luzzi. Oswald. et al.2 10.4 10.1 10. On Unnecessary Incongruities. Synopsis of the Seminar on the Analysis of Humorous Texts at the University of Twente. Enschede.

and Deborah F. Salvatore Paolillo. Lee A.2 11. Peter.4 11. A Theory of Humor. N. Rodin.1 11. Miriam J.1 11. John A. Ronald A. The Function of Laughter and Joking in Negotiation Activities.Published Articles in HUMOR. Comics in the Philippines. and Rohit Agarwal Belanger. Issue 11. Soldan. and Peter Derks Franzini. Kirkpatrick. and Peter Derks Veatch. The Comic and Tragic Visions of Life. Victor Derks.. A..3 11. Effects of Jocular Instructional Methods on Attitudes.1 11. but Laugh Apart? German-German Communication Problems as Mirrored by Jokes. Humorous Postings by Faculty. Recall of Innocent and Tendentious Humorous Material. Louis R. and Psychological Well-Being in Psychiatric Inpatients. Attardo. Doppelgangers and Doubles in Literature: A Study in Tragicomic Incongruity. et al.1 11. Karafa Morreall. John B.1 11. F. Viveka. Herzog.3 11. The Analysis of Humorous Narratives.1 11. and Achievement in Statistics Courses. John C. Rossen-Knill Lent. To Live Together. Berk.. Hallett. Don L. The Effects of Humor on Verbal and Imaginal Problem Solving.4 11. Ronald A.1 11.2 11. and BrittMarie Öberg Article From the Editor. and Indonesia. John Kuiper.2 11. Sense of Humor. Thomas R. Richard. The Princess Bride and the Parodic Impulse: The Seduction of Cinderella. 1988-2008 1998 Author(s) Raskin. and Susan Haggerty Henry. Gardner. Nanda Adelswärd.4 11.. Angelika Nilsen. Anxiety. Gary Larson's Far Side: Nonsense? Nonsense! Preferences for Sick Versus Nonsick Humor. Heather G... Singapore. Self-Concept.3 11. and Joy P. Humor Theory and Rabelais. Thomas C.4 Pages 1-4 5-19 21-31 33-41 43-63 65-77 79-85 111-33 135-60 161-215 231-60 261-90 291-312 333-55 357-81 383-409 411-29 . and Joseph A.

Gender. Debate: The Sense of Nonsense Lies in the Nonsense of Sense: Comment on Paolillo's (1998) 'Gary Larson's Far Side: Nonsense? Nonsense! What Children Find Humorous in the Books They Read and How They Express Their Responses.1 12. 1988-2008 1999 Author(s) Davies.3 12.4 12. and Curtis G.2 12. American Humor as Unifying and Divisive. Nancy A. Maio. Gaylord Mahony.. Traditional Humorous Communication and Regional Identity in Northern Norway. Attitudes of Whites and Blacks Towards Ethnic Humor: A Comparison. Donna M.3 12. Diana W.4 12. Kitty Holt. Brooks.3 12. The Roles of Humor and Sense of Humor in Responses to Stressors. Kantha. and Dermott Keegan Ruch. Irony Comprehension: The Graded Salience Hypothesis. Graeme.2 12.. and Ofer Fein Wycoff. Rachel. Edgar B.4 161-75 177-93 195-219 237-52 253-59 261-88 289-99 301-14 315-25 355-84 385-409 411-23 425-36 437-56 . Cann.3 12. Arnie. Hampes. Christie Greenbaum.1 12.4 12. Kuiper Jaret. Diana L. Gregory R. Joke-Telling in Jordanian Society: A Sociolinguistic Perspective. 12. and Lawrence G. and Type a Personality. Charles Herzog. Issue 12. Daily Occurrence of Laughter: Relationships with Age.3 12.. Sachi Sri. Calhoun Olson.2 119-49 151-60 The Mechanical Mind: Bergson Meets the InformationProcessing Model.1 Pages 1-31 33-46 47-70 71-93 Shannon. Andrea Brown. Al-Khatib. Hobden Mintz. Galloway. Mahmoud A. Birgit Hertzberg Martin. Thomas Giora. Humor in the Hotel Kitchen.2 12. Sexual Humor on Freud as Expressed in Limericks. Rod A. Guthrie. The Relationship between Humor and Trust. Benefits of Humor for Mental Health: Empirical Findings and Directions for Further Research.Published Articles in HUMOR. Humor in Academia: An International Survey of Humor Instruction. and Karen L.3 12. Reva Berman. and Arthur Cropley Johnsen. Willibald Article Change and Continuity in One of Europe's Oldest Comic Ethnic Scripts. 12.2 12. Therapeutic Humor in the Family: An Exploratory Study. The (Null) Effects of Exposure to Disparagement Humor on Stereotypes and Attitudes.4 12. Stand-up Comedy as Rhetorical Argument: An Investigation of Comic Culture. Lawrence E.1 12. and Nicholas A. James M. Gender Differences in Humor Appreciation Revisited. William P.

1 13. Arnie. D..2 Pages 1-5 7-17 19-40 41-57 59-75 77-89 109-40 141-75 177-91 13. Nance Alden. Walter.Published Articles in HUMOR. Extending a Contrast Resolution Model of Humor in Television Advertising: The Role of Surprise.1 13. Ashesh Mukherjee. Tracing the Origin of Humor.2 13. Ann Herzog. The English Sense of Humor? Dennis Miller: The Po-Mo Comic. and Wayne D. Anderson Davis.4 313-31 333-51 353-61 379-93 395-417 419-28 429-55 457-68 469-72 . Friedman. The Psychiatric Patient in American Cartoons. G. Emotional Responsiveness.1 13. and Joke Appreciation... The Psychological Appeal of Bill Watterson's Calvin. Is It Me or Is It Hot in Here? Menopause. 1988-2008 2000 Author(s) Mintz. Daniel D.4 13. Giselinde Cann. Talbot. Making Sense of Humor in Young Romantic Relationships: Understanding Partners' Perceptions.1 13. Jessica Milner Kehl. Questions of Power and Theory: A Reply to Salvatore Attardo. Thomas R. Antony Dunne. Laura A. Barry Lumden Holcomb. Perlmutter. Lawrence G. Davies. Identity. Humor in the Hebrew Bible.2 13. Varieties of Risible Experience: Grades of Laughter and Their Function in Modern American Literature.4 13.2 193-217 13. Kanavillil Article From the Editor. and Humor. Garry Mahony. 1941-1990. and Jamey T. Chris.3 219-33 257-85 287-311 Wennerstrom.3 13. Diana L. Lawrence E. Bippus. Ethnic Jokes and Social Function in Hawai'i. 'a Man in a Painted Garment': The Social Functions of Jesting in Elizabethan Rhetoric and Courtesy Manuals.4 13.1 13. Michael Daemmrich.4 13. Calhoun. Dana L. Austin's Humorous Style of Philosophical Discourse in Light of Schrempp's Interpretation of Oring's 'Incongruity Theory' of Humor. and Maegan R. Review Article: Jan Bremner and Herman Roodenburg. Hershey H. and D. Amy M.1 13. Joke Cruelty.4 13. Hoyer Russell. Kimie Easthope. Christie 13. Exposure to Humor before and after an Unpleasant Stimulus: Humor as a Preventative or a Cure. On the Association between Humor and Burnout.3 13. Eds: A Cultural History of Humor from Antiquity to the Present Day. Ingrid G.3 13. Humor's Close Relatives. Rajagopalan. Oshima. From Eternal Bliss to Instant Fun: Literary Game-Playing with Paradise as Self-Promotion.2 13. Issue 13. The Difference between a Surinamese and a Turk: Ethnic Jokes and the Position of Ethnic Minorities in the Netherlands.3 13. Roy E. Kuipers.

2 14. Calhoun Lehman. John Vejleskov. and Peter Derks Article Plantation Comic Modes. and Social Interaction. A Psychoanalytical Perspective of Humor.1 14. Siegfried. On the Conversational Performance of Narrative Jokes: Toward an Account of Timing. Linda D. Jennifer Bell. Nezlek. Matte. Binsted.3 14. et al.2 14.2 Pages 1-24 25-36 37-53 55-82 83-94 117-30 14.4 14. Gamble. Asli Norrick. The Pragmatics of Humor Support. and Tom Verguts Hay. The Anatomy of Folly in Shakespeare's 'Henriad'. and Humor in the Hebrew Bible: A Response to Hershey Friedman.3 14. Hans Stokker. Gerard Tunç. Kerri M. Being Funny: A Selectionist Account of Humor Production. John B. Neal R.1 14. 1988-2008 2001 Author(s) Cowan.3 14.Published Articles in HUMOR.4 14. Dean L. A Reformulation of the Moderating Effects of Productive Humor.1 14.4 131-61 163-79 181-201 223-41 243-54 255-74 275-92 293-301 323-38 339-57 359-94 395-413 . Issue 14.3 14. Jennifer Henman. Kathleen Yarwood.1 14. Sarcasm. Psychological Adjustment.4 14. Towards a Model of Story Puns. Irony. Humor in Apes.3 14. A Distinction between 'Small Humor' and 'Great Humor' and Its Relevance to the Study of Children's Humor. When Congress Makes a Joke: Congressional Humor as Serious and Purposeful Communication. Humor as a Coping Mechanism: Lessons from Pows.1 14. William Tynes Führ. Some Aspects of Form and Function of Humor in Adolescence. Perceived Personality Associations with Differences in Sense of Humor: Stereotypes of Hypothetical Others with High or Low Senses of Humor. Wordplay. and Lawrence G. Quisling Humor in Hitler's Norway: Its Wartime Function and Postwar Legacy. Arnie. and Graeme Ritchie Morreall. Robert H. Martin Dewitte.. Kim. Cann. Use of Humor as a Coping Mechanism.2 14. Girgir as a Sociological Phenomenon in Turkey: The Transformation of a Humor Magazine..

Humor and Its Implications for Leadership Effectiveness.1 15. and Sara Di Maio Salamone. Lawrence E. Vassilis Friedman. Risus Sardonicus: Neurotic and Pathological Laughter. James E. Leslie Zarker Perlmutter. Humor and the Brain: A Selective Review. Alexander 15. Holmes. Issue 15.3 15. Foma and Yerema. Stress. Humor. Mikita Kozintsev.1 15.2 15. and Meredith Marra Schmitz. Humor as a Pedagogical Tool in Foreign Language and Translation Courses. Mark C. Martin Fry. Script Oppositions and Logical Mechanisms: Modeling Incongruities and Their Resolutions. Beavis and Butt-Head: Images of Twin Clowns in Three Cultures. 1988-2008 2002 Author(s) Mintz. Caron. Robert F. Brottman. Religion and Sense of Humor: An a Priori Incompatibility? Theoretical Considerations from a Psychological Perspective. On Incongruities and Logical Inconsistencies in Humor: The Delicate Balance.. Laughin' Louie: An Analysis of Louis Armstrong's Record and Its Relationship to African-American Musical Humor. Is There Humor in the Hebrew Bible? A Rejoinder. Christian Hempelmann. and Time. Frank A. Priest.2 15. Attardo. John Robert Morgan.4 15. and Coping Strategies. Article From the Editor. A Preliminary Examination of Humor in Northern Italian Tradition: The Franco-Italian Epic. Desire. From Ethology to Aesthetics: Evolution as Theoretical Paradigm for Research on Laughter. Janet.4 283-304 305-33 365-81 383-400 401-17 419-39 .2 15.1 15. Swain Saroglou. Humor.3 15.2 15.4 15.1 Pages 1-2 3-46 15.1 15. Daniel D.2 15. Laughter. and Other Comic Phenomena. Over the Edge? Subversive Humor between Colleagues and Friends. Hershey H. William F. Salvatore. Coping Humor in Early Adolescence. and Jordan E.Published Articles in HUMOR.4 15. Weeks. Abel. Millicent H. Max and Moritz.3 47-63 65-87 89-113 129-53 155-68 169-89 191-214 215-22 245-81 Führ.

4 225-42 243-60 281-95 297-314 315-29 351-67 369-412 . and Lee X.2 16. Cameron Everts.. Password Swordfish: Verbal Humor in the Interface.3 16. Robert F. 1988-2008 2003 Author(s) Hempelmann.1 16. Associative Mating. Positive and Negative Aspects of Sense of Humor: Associations with the Constructs of Individualism and Relatedness. Identifying a Particular Family Humor Style: A Sociolinguistic Discourse Analysis. Stock. Elio Castellana.2 16. Janet. How Many Lesbians Does It Take to Screw in a Light Bulb? Arguing and Laughing: The Use of Humor to Negotiate in Group Discussions. Alexander P.1 16. Villy Shelley. and Disaffection..2 16.Published Articles in HUMOR. and Melinda Taylor Thein Vilaythong. 1 Nun Gasps:' the Not-All-That -Christian Natural Class of Christian Jokes. Kuiper Priest. The Pointe in German Research.. Jab Lines in Narrative Jokes. Oliviero Stock. Elisa Article '99 Nuns Giggle. and Nicholas A.1 16. Robin L. A Note on the Neuro-Mathematics of Laughter. Humor and Hope: Can Humor Increase Hope? Conversational Humor among Stroke Survivors.1 Pages 1-31 33-62 16. et al. Issue 16. Blonder Casadonte. Kirsh. Heath. and Dana Heller Bonaiuto. Salvatore.2 16. and Carlo Strapparava Tsakona.4 16. Ralph Attardo.3 16. Marino. Multimodal Markers of Irony and Sarcasm. Plato on the Psychology of Humor.1 16. et al. and Antonio Pierro Müller.. Donald Bing. Gillian A. Oliviero. Christian F. Humor Appreciation in Marriage: Spousal Similarity.3 16.2 63-78 79-89 91-106 133-56 157-82 183-223 16. Hahacronym: Humorous Agents for Humorous Acronyms.

et al.3 17. Wit.4 17. Katrina Veale.1/2 17. Janet Davies. Nicholas A. and Elizabethan Coping: Sir John Harington and the Metamorphosis of Ajax. Recent Findings.3 17. Geert.4 17. Bowers. and Paul S. Sven. Lesbian Jokes: A Reply to Janet Bing's Reply.4 17. Christian F. Chiara Davies. and Sorrel Nicholl Svebak. Gunnar Götestam. Vassilis. Martin. Neal R. Unselected County Population in Norway: Relations with Age. The Significance of Sense of Humor. and Stressors for Bodily Complaints among High School Students. Kuiper. Do Cheerfulness. Tony Raskin.3 17. and Eva Naper Jensen Zweyer. Liking Sick Humor: Coping Styles and Religion as Predictors. Nicholas A. Martin Kuiper. K. John Norrick. Nicholas A. Incongruity in Humor: Root Cause or Epiphenomenon? Afterword. Humor Theory and Translation Research: Proper Names in Humorous Discourse. Morreall.3 17.4 17. and Rod A. Christie Hempelmann. Victor Article Sense of Humor and Physical Health: Theoretical Issues. Lexical and Syntactic Ambiguity as a Source of Humor: The Case of Newspaper Headlines. and Lydwine Anciaux Bucaria. Non-Verbal Humor and Joke Performance. Script Opposition and Logical Mechanism in Punning. Triezenberg. Salvatore Brock. and Willibald Ruch Svebak. and Future Directions. Sex.Published Articles in HUMOR. and Kurt Feyaerts Davies. Rod A. Analyzing Scripts in Humorous Communication. A Reply to Janet Bing and Dana Heller. Eleni Saroglou.1/2 Pages 1-19 21-35 37-66 67-83 17. Victor Raskin on Jokes.3 17.4 17. Christie Bing. Kerkkånen.1/2 85-119 121-34 17. Lesbian Jokes: Some Methodological Problems. Barbara Velker. Assessing the Ssth and Gtvh: A View from Cognitive Linguistics. Alexander Brône.4 135-68 181-218 219-55 257-77 279-309 311-21 323-28 329-30 351-52 353-60 361-72 373-80 381-92 393-400 401-09 411-18 419-28 429-36 . and Well-Being at Work: A Three-Year Longitudinal Study of Finnish Police Officers. Sven.4 17. Thoughts of Feeling Better? Sense of Humor and Physical Health. Physical Health. Humor Is Not Always the Best Medicine: Specific Components of Sense of Humor and Psychological Well-Being.. 1988-2008 2004 Author(s) Martin.4 17. Preface. Life Regard. Humor Enhancers in the Study of Humorous Literature.1/2 17.4 17. Exhilaration. and Humor Production Moderate Pain Tolerance? A Facs Study..1/2 17. Smith Antonopoulou. and Some Health Indicators. Verbal Humor without Switching Scripts and without NonBona Fide Communication. Paavo. Karen.4 17. Lesbian Jokes: A Reply to Christie Davies. Sense of Humor. Rick.1/2 17. The Prevalence of Sense of Humor in a Large. Christie Attardo. Humor.1/2 17.3 17. Rod A. Issue 17.3 17. and Jostein Holmen Kuiper.

Experimental Comparison of the Psychological Benefits of Aerobic Exercise. Delia ---. John A. and Michaela de Soucey Giora. Verbally Expressed Humor and Translation: An Overview of a Neglected Field.2 18.4 18. Humor Appreciation and Latency of Comprehension. and Willibald Ruch Chiaro.Published Articles in HUMOR.3 18. Gary Alan. William A. Belinda. and Music. Jeffrey. Attila.3 Pages 1-22 23-39 41-68 69-102 103-07 107-10 135-45 135-234 147-60 161-84 185-207 209-25 235-46 18. Sarah E. Addressing an Audience: Time.1 18. Paul Hempelmann. and Peter Derks Jones.2 18. Article Joking Cultures: Humor Themes as Social Regulation in Group Life..2 18. Christian F. Humor and Translation--an Interdiscipline. and Willibald Ruch Cunningham. and Sibe Doosje Hempelmann. Self-Reported Use of Humor by Hospitalized Pre-Adolescent Children to Cope with Pain-Related Distress from a Medical Intervention. European Ethnic Scripts and the Translation and Switching of Jokes. Place. Humor and Translation. Archakis. and Jennifer Ford Seaver. The Perception of Subtitled Humor in Italy. Slechte Smaak [Good Humor. Goede Humor. Foreword. Christian F.3 247-78 279-98 18. Irony Aptness. 3 Wd Meets Gtvh: Breaking the Ground for Interdisciplinary Humor Research.2 18. Rachele Szabo.4 299-335 353-87 389-403 405-17 . Christie Delabastita. 1988-2008 2005 Author(s) Fine. and Villy Tsakona Porcu. Leide Goldstein. Rachel. Theorie Der Pointe [Theory of the Pointe]. Argiris. Ainsworth. Fishy Business: Humor in a Sardinian Fish Market. Medical Merriment in the Works of Enrique Jardiel Poncela.1 18. Issue 18. Bad Taste]. and Genre in Peter Van Straaten's Calendar Cartoons.2 18. Davies.. Humor. and Philippa K. Cross-Language Comedy in Shakespeare. Analyzing Conversational Data in Gtvh Terms: A New Approach to the Issue of Identity Construction Via Humor.2 18. Patrick Antonini..1 18.1 18. Dirk Zabalbeascoa. The Masking Effects of Humor on Audience Perception of Message Organization.4 18. Danks Forceville. Charles Goodenough.3 18.1 18. et al.1 18.

2 19. John Bucaria. Thomas P. Reinterpretation and Viewpoints. A Randomized Trial of Humor Effects on Test Anxiety and Test Performance. Helga Veale.3 19.1 19. Christie Ruch. Japanese Humor. Culture-Related Personality. Leslie Zarker Hampes. Humor and Shyness: The Relation between Humor Styles and Shyness.4 19. Understanding Humor in Japan. and Geert Brône Attardo. and Joy Nanda Article Humor Appreciation as an Adaptive Esthetic Emotion.1 19. Neville Welch. Funny Peculiar: Gershon Legman and the Psychopathology of Humor.2 19.2 19.1 19. Self-Criticism and Survival Aid. Berger.3 19.3 19. Shahe S. Comedy Theory and the Postmodern.3 19. Humor Styles. and Margaret Richardson Pye. Graeme. Kotthoff. and Nicholas A. On Our Mind: Salience. Goh Klein. Well-Being. Thomas R. The Cognitive Mechanisms of Adversarial Humor. Janet. Kurt Feyaerts.2 19.2 19. and Figurative Language. Where Is Peace? Where Is Democracy? Palestinian Humor as Criticism. and Salvatore Attardo Holmes. Animation in Asia and the Pacific.3 19.1 Pages 1-26 27-52 53-70 71-104 19. Issue 19. Ronald A. Nepalese Humor. Tony.4 105-09 109-19 119-38 139-56 157-78 179-87 189-200 201-02 203-28 229-50 251-70 271-304 305-39 341-62 363-73 373-75 375-77 377-80 380-82 383-404 405-23 425-54 . and Rod A. Salvatore Sample. and Marta Kutas Ritchie. Joke Cruelty and Joke Appreciation Revisited. Urbach..Published Articles in HUMOR. Morgan. Geert. Humor Styles. William P.3 19. Paolucci.. Looking Back: Joke Comprehension and the Space Structuring Model. Kurt Feyaerts. Patricia Abe. and Tony Veale Coulson. and Criticism: How Goffman Reveals Seinfeld's Critique of American Culture. Dramaturgy. and Family Adjustment among Armenians in Lebanon.3 19.3 19. and Alice Spitz Morreall. Kuiper Kazarian.2 19. Joe C. Chiara.1 19. Arthur Asa Nickels. and Meredith Marra Herzog. Pragmatics of Performance and the Analysis of Conversational Humor. Response: Comic Welsh English in Shakespeare: A Reply to Dirk Delabastita. One of the Last Vestiges of Gender Bias: The Characterization of Women through the Telling of Dirty Jokes in Ally Mcbeal. Dana N. Paul. Claudia M. Humor. et al. Glenn E. Introduction: Cognitive Linguistic Approaches to Humor. Peer Relationships. Martin Berk..3 19.4 19. Context. Can an Epic Woman Be Funny? Humor and the Female Protagonist in Late Medieval and Early Renaissance Epic. 1988-2008 2006 Author(s) Weisfeld.3 19. Humor and Leadership Style..3 19. Willibald Brône.. The Chrysanthemum and the Fish: Japanese Humor since the Age of the Shoguns.1 19. Seana. Cognitive Linguistics and Humor. Davies. and Bullying in Middle Childhood. Gillian Bubel.

Pamela Plester. Eric J.4 20. Liberated Jokes: Sexual Humor in All-Female Groups. Merging. Martin Takanashi.2 20. et al. Christian F. Burnout and Humor Relationship among University Lecturers. Coping Humor.1 20. Guo-Hai. How Native and Non-Native English Speakers Adapt to Humor in Intercultural Interaction.2 20. Orthographic Puns: The Case of Japanese Kyoka. Humor Comprehension: Lessons Learned from Cross-Cultural Communication.. Nancy D. 1988-2008 2007 Author(s) Samson.Published Articles in HUMOR. Neal R.3 20. Interdiscourse Humor: Contrast. A Comparison of Humor Styles.3 20. Accommodation. Barbara A. and Mental Health between Chinese and Canadian University Students. Songül Bippus.. Compounding Construction in Thai: Its Contribution to Humor. Regional Humor Differences in the United States: Implications for Management. Nahwat Amin Bing. The Ambivalence over the Levantinization of Israel: David Levi Jokes.4 20. and Janet Sayers Romero.4 Pages 1-25 27-48 49-71 73-92 105-21 123-56 157-87 189-201 215-34 235-59 261-75 277-95 297-321 337-66 367-87 389-413 415-42 . Salamon.3 20.1 20.3 20. Translating ‘Humor’ into Chinese Culture. and Oswald Huber Bell. and Rod A.1 20. Hempelmann. Issue 20. Kanjana Suoqiao.1 20.4 20. Nancy D. Chen. Towards a Functional Approach to the Translation of Egyptian Cartoons. Tümkaya. Andrea C. Janet Bell. The Laughter of the 1962 Tanganyika Laughter Epidemic. Lawyers' Use of Humor as Persuasion. Norrick. Taking the Piss: Functions of Banter in the It Industry.. Hagar Article The Interaction of Cartoonist's Gender and Formal Features of Cartoons. Amy Hobbs. Hiroko Jaroenkiatboworn. Factors Predicting the Perceived Effectiveness of Politicians' Use of Humor During a Debate. Qian El-Arousy.2 20.3 20.2 20.

2 21. Sharon J.Published Articles in HUMOR. J. Rod A.3 21. Graeme. S. Emotional Responses to Ridicule and Teasing: Should Gelotophobes React Differently? Personality and Humor Appreciation: Evidence of an Association between Trait Neuroticism and Preferences for Structural Features of Humor.1 21. Ferguson. A. and Danielle Chirico Martin. and Mark Orams Mark A. G. Kirk Wimer.1 21. The Fear of Being Laughed At: Individual and Group Differences in Gelotophobia.4 21. Issue 21. Barbara. Barrett. Send in the Clowns: The Role of the Joker in Three New Zealand IT Companies Disparagement Humor: A Theoretical and Empirical Review of Psychoanalytic. Paul. Ruch.3 21.2 21.2 143-155 21. et al. Martin. David Balirano. and Alison Beaven Arnie Cann. and Bernard C. Superiority. Ford Maudlin.3 21. Remembering and Anticipating Stressors: Positive Personality Mediates the Relationship with Sense of Humor. Giuseppe Pleister.4 197-219 227-251 253-281 283-312 313-345 347-363 369-386 387-413 415-433 435-454 . Proyer Mascha. R. Dozois Rawlings.2 Pages 1-46 47-67 69-98 105-128 129-142 21. Samuel Meder. and Katherine C. Paul A. and Thomas E. Neil. Christie Galanter. and Social Identity Theories Alienation: A Laughing Matter Expectations and Perceived Humor American Jokes about Lawyers The Great American Lawyer Joke Explosion Funny as Hell: Christianity and Humor Reconsidered Tales of Tricks and Greed and Big Surprises: Laymen’s Views of the Law in Dutch Oral Narrative 21. and David J..2 157-178 179-195 Relating Humor Preferences to Schizophrenia and Autism Scores in a Student Sample Detecting Semiotically-Expressed Humor in Diasporic TV Productions.1 21. Theo Article The Muhammad Cartoons and Humor Research: A Collection of Essays.2 21. Sadler. Efharis Platt.. Claire E. and René T. Humor Styles and Personality Vulnerability to Depression.. Political Satire and Hegemony: A Case Of Passive Revolution During Mussolini's Ascendance to Power 1919-1925. 1988-2008 2008 Author(s) Lewis. Jaylene Brinker. Marc Joeckel.4 21. Tracey Galloway. Willibald.. Beins Davies. Etzel Frewen.4 21. David J. Mark A.3 21. Measuring Responses to Humor: How Testing Context Affects Individual Reactions to Comedy.3 21. A.

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