Citations in Academic Journals

87. Şahin, Ahmet, and Ramazan Gök. 2020. The effects of the schools’ humor climates on perceived stress levels of the teachers. International Journal of Contemporary Educational Research, June DOI: 10.33200/ijcer.634449

86. Bakri, Ezrin Mustafa, and Saiful Akram Che Cob. 2020. Webcomic as means to fight stigmatization of mental disorders among adolescents. KUPAS SENI: Jurnal Seni dan Pendidikan Seni, 8(1), 54-63. ISSN 2289-4640 /eISSN 0127-9688

85. De Clercq, Dirk, and Imanol Belausteguigoitia. 2020. When does job stress limit organizational citizenship behavior, or not? Personal and contextual resources as buffers. Journal of Management & Organization DOI: 10.1017/jmo.2020.7

84. Büyükyılmaz1, Üyesi Ozan. 2020. [The relationship between positive and negative use of humor of managers and employee attitudes.] Anadolu University Journal of Social Sciences, 19(2), 125-150. DOI: 10.1007/s12144-019-00262-5.

83. Brauer, Kay, and René T. Proyer. 2019. The ridiculed impostor: Testing the associations between dispositions toward ridicule and being laughed at and the impostor phenomenon. Current Psychology [online 11 April 2019] DOI: 10.1007/s12144-019-00262-5.

82. Predrag Niketić, Predrag. 2019. Conceptual blending in English and Serbian question-and-answer jokes: Cultural transfer issues. European Journal of Humour Research 7(4): 106-124. DOI: 10.7592/EJHR2019.7.4.niketic.

81. Nir, Nimrod, and Eran Halperin. 2019. Effects of humor on intergroup communication in intractable conflicts: Using humor in an intergroup appeal facilitates stronger agreement between groups and a greater willingness to compromise. Political Psychology 40(3):467-485. DOI: 10.1111/pops.12535.

80. Şahin, Ahmet. 2018. Humor climate of the primary schools. European Journal of Education Studies, 4(1): 95-117. ISSN: 2501-1111, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1155890

79. Oktuğ, Zeynep, Tülay Turgut, and Zeynep Merve Ünal. 2018. İşyerinde Mizah Yoluyla Başa Çıkma Ölçeği: Türkçe’ye Uyarlanması, Güvenilirlik ve Geçerlilik Çalışması [Questionnaire of occupational humorous coping: The study of adaptation into Turkish, reliability, and validity] Mehmet Akif Ersoy University Journal of Social Sciences, 10(26 Dec): 782-797. ISSN: 1309-1387, DOI: 10.20875/makusobed.4280792

78. Sheer, Vivian C., Fuyuan Shen, Dion Tse, and Tiffany Chan. 2018. Evaluating the effectiveness of four Hong Kong antismoking cartoon posters with humor and threat elements. Chinese Journal of Communication. 11(4), 400-418. DOI: 10.1080/17544750.2017.1385497.

77. Warren, Caleb, Adam Barsky, and A. Peter Mcgraw. 2018. Humor, comedy, and consumer behavior. Journal of Consumer Research, 45(3), 529-552. DOI: 10.1093/jcr/ucy015.

76. Baumgartner, Jody C., Jonathan S. Morris, and Jeffrey Michael Coleman. 2018. Did the ‘road to the White House run through’ Letterman? Chris Christie, Letterman, and other-disparaging versus self-deprecating humor. Journal of Political Marketing, 17(3):282:300. DOI: 10.1080/15377857.2015.1074137.

75. Söderlund, Magnus and Eeva-Liisa Oikarinen. 2018. Joking with customers in the service encounter has a negative impact on customer satisfaction: Replication and extension. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 42(42): 55–64. DOI:10.1016/j.jretconser.2018.01.013.

74. Xiao, Yi, Verolien Cauberghe, and Liselot Hudders. 2018. Humour as a double-edged sword in response to crises versus rumours: The effectiveness of humorously framed crisis response messages on social media. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 26(2), 247-260. DOI:10.1111/1468-5973.12188.

73. Moscato, Derek. 2018. Clearcut persuasion? Audience cognition of mediated environmental advertising through the lens of the Elaboration Likelihood Model. Journal of Public Interest Communications, 2(1): 64-84.

72. Todd, Michelle E., Logan L. Watts, Tyler J. Mulhearn, Brett S. Torrence, Megan R. Turner, Shane Connelly, and Michael D. Mumford. 2017. A meta-analytic comparison of face-to-face and online delivery in ethics instruction: The case for a hybrid approach. Science and Engineering Ethics 23(6), 1719-1754. DOI: 10.1007/s11948-017-9869-3]

71. Mao, Jih-Yu, Jack Ting-Ju Chiang, Ye Zhang, and Ming Gao. 2017. Humor as a relationship lubricant: The implications of leader humor on transformational leadership perceptions and team performance. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies 24(4), n.p. DOI:10.1177/1548051817707518.

70. Söderlund, Magnus, Eeva-Liisa Oikarinen, and Eija-Liisa Heikka. 2017. Jokes in the store and its effects on customer satisfaction. The International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research 27(3): 260-283. DOI:10.1080/09593969.2017.1314862.

69. Mulhearn, Tyler J., Logan M. Steele, Logan L. Watts, Kelsey E. Medeiros, Michael D. Mumford, and Shane Connelly. 2017. Review of instructional approaches in ethics education. Science and Engineering Ethics 23, 883-912. DOI: 10.1007/s11948-016-9803-0.

68. Yu, Yeonsu and Tek-Jin Nam. 2017. Products with a sense of humor: Case study of humorous products with Giggle Popper. International Journal of Design, 11(1), 79-92.

67. Gkorezis, Panagiotis, and Victoria Bellou. 2016. The relationship between leader self-deprecating humor and perceived effectiveness: Trust in leader as a mediator.”Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 37(7):882-898. DOI: 10.1108/LODJ-11-2014-0231.

66. Förster, Kati, and Cornelia Brantner. 2016. Masking the offense? An ethical view on humor in advertising. Journal of Media Ethics, 31(3), 146-161. DOI: 10.1080/23736992.2016.1188013.

65. Nie, Jing, and Xinyi Lu. 2016. Playfulness and creativity: From the perspective of individuality and organization. Forum on Science and Technology in China 2016(3), 19-23.

64. Leitsberger, Madelaine, Judith Benz-Schwarzburg, Herwig Grimm. 2016. A speaking piglet advertises beef: An ethical analysis on objectification and anthropomorphism. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 29(6): 1003-1019.

63. Steele, Logan M., Tyler J. Mulhearn, Kelsey E. Medeiros, Logan L. Watts, Shane Connelly, and Michael D. Mumford. 2016. How do we know what works? A review and critique of current practices in ethics training evaluation. Accountability in Research: Policies and Quality Assurance May 9, 319-350. DOI: 10.1080/08989621.2016.1186547.

62. Wiid, Ria, Philip Stanley Grant, Adam J. Mills, and Leyland F. Pitt. 2016. No joke: Understanding public sentiment toward selling and salespeople through cartoon analysis. Marketing Theory, 16(2): 171-193. DOI: 10.1177/1470593115607940.

61. Campisano, Frankie. 2016. Case study of comedian Hannibal Buress and humor as change agent. Elon Journal of Undergraduate Research in Communications, 7(2): 25-35.

60. Tremblay, Michel, and Megan Gibson. 2016. The role of humor in the relationship between transactional leadership behavior, perceived supervisor support, and citizenship behavior. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, 23(1): 39-54. DOI: 10.1177/1548051815613018.

59. Butler, Nick, Casper Hoedemaekers, and Dimitrinka Stoyanova Russell. 2015. The comic organization. Ephemera: Theory & Politics in Organization. 15(3): 497-512.

58. Ghaffari, Fatemeh, Nahid Dehghan-Nayeri, and Mahboubeh Shali. 2015. Nurses’ experiences of humour in clinical settings. Medical Journal of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 29(182): 1-11.

57. Cameron, John D. 2015. Can poverty be funny? The serious use of humor as a strategy of public engagement for social justice. Third World Quarterly. 36(2): 274-290. DOI: 10.1080/01436597.2015.1013320.

56. Hamiseung (Mee Sung Ha). 2015. A study on the influencing factors of Positive Organizational Behavior. Korean Society and Public Administration. 26(2): 77-113.

55. Schwind, Kai Hanno. 2015. Like watching a motorway crash: Exploring the embarrassment humor of The Office. Humor: International Journal of Humor Research. 28(1), 49-70. DOI: 10.1515/humor-2014-0145.

54. Butler, Nick. 2015. Joking aside: Theorizing laughter in organizations. Culture and Organization, 21(1): 42-58. DOI: 10.1080/14759551.2013.799163.

53. Carrera, Beaatriz Carbajal. 2015. Dogsbody: An overview of transmorphic techniques as humour devices and their impact in Alberto Montt’s cartoons. Philaments, 20: 79-104.

52. Flaskerud, Jacquelyn H. 2014. It’s funny here. Is it there? Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 35(11):898-901. DOI: 10.3109/01612840.2014.911995.

51. Lee, Francis L. F. 2014. The impact of online user-generated satire on young people’s political attitudes: Testing the moderating role of knowledge and discussion. Telematics and Informatics. 33(3): 397-409. DOI:10.1016/j.tele.2013.08.002.

50. Zepeda, Andrés Valdez, Delia A. Huerta Franco, and Octavio Adolfo Perez Preciado. 2014. O humor na estratégia de persuasão durante as campanhas eleitorais. Revista Brasileira de Ciência Política 13, 245-258.

49. Bayerl, Petra Saskia, and Lachezar Stoynov. 2014. Revenge by Photoshop: Memefying police acts in the public dialogue about injustice. New Media & Society

48. Vraga, Emily K., Courtney N. Johnson, D. Jasun Carr, Leticia Bode, and Mitchell T, Bard. 2014. Filmed in front of a live studio audience: Laughter and aggression in political entertainment programming. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 58(1):131-150. DOI: 10.1080/08838151.2013.875020.

47. Ruch, Willibald, Jennifer Hofmann, Tracey Platt, and René Proyer. 2014. The state-of-the art in gelotophobia research: A review and some theoretical extensions. Humor: International Journal of Humor Research 27(1): 23-45. DOI: 10.1515/humor-2013-0046.

46. Fox, Stephen. 2013. Getting real about ICT: Applying critical realism to the framing of information and communication technologies. Management Research Review 36(3):296-319. DOI: 10.1108/01409171311306427.

45. Kowalewski, Jennifer. 2013. To laugh or not to laugh: How comedy news versus hard news interacts with individuals’ levels of political cynicism and political efficacy to impact the agenda-setting effects. Southwest Mass Communication Journal 28(2):online, no pagination.

44. Baumgartner, Jody C. 2013. No laughing matter? Young adults and the ‘spillover effect’ of candidate-centered political humor. Humor: International Journal of Humor Research 26(1):23-43. DOI: 10.1515/humor-2013-0003.

43. Hoption, Colette, Julian Barling, and Nick Turner. 2013. “‘It’s not you, it’s me’: Transformational leadership and self-deprecating humor. Leadership & Organization Development Journal 34(1):4-19. DOI: 10.1108/01437731311289947.

42. Wu, Zhihui. 2013. The laughter-eliciting mechanism of humor. English Linguistics Research 2(1):no pagination.

41. Bippus, Amy M., Norah E. Dunbar, and Shr-Jie Liu. 2012. Humorous responses to interpersonal complaints: Effects of humor style and nonverbal expression. The Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied 146(4):437-453. DOI: 10.1080/00223980.2011.652696.

40. Forabosco, G. 2012. [Review of the book L’umorismo in pubblicità. Con una valutazione dell’impattodell’umorismo nella pubblicità a scopo sociale, by Pier Paolo Pedrini]. Humor: International Journal of Humor Research 25(1):113-116. DOI: 10.1515/humor-2012-0006.

39. Nissan, Ephraim. 2012. A tentative evaluation of the spread of humour studies among journals in other domains. Israeli Journal of Humor Research 1(1):107-184.

38. Platt, Tracey, Willibald Ruch, Jennifer Hofmann, and René T. Proyer. 2012. Extreme fear of being laughed at: Components of Gelotophobia. Israeli Journal of Humor Research 1(1):86-106.

37. Proyer, René T., Willibald Ruch, and Guo-Hai Chen. 2012. Gelotophobia: Life satisfaction and happiness across cultures. Humor: International Journal of Humor Research 25(1):23-40. DOI: 10.1515/humor-2012-0002.

36. Vraga, Emily K., Stephanie Edgerly, Leticia Bode, D. Jasun Carr, Mitchell Bard, Courtney N. Johnson, Young Mie Kim, and Dhavan V. Shah. 2012. The correspondent, the comic, and the combatant: The consequences of host style in political talk shows. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 89(1):5-22. DOI: 10.1177/1077699011428575.

35. Wood, Robert E., Nadin Beckmann, and John R. Rossiter. 2011. Management humor: Asset or liability? Organizational Psychology Review 1(4):316-338. DOI: 10.1177/2041386611418393.

34. Moccia, Salvatore. 2011. Los posibles beneficios de la conciliación. Acciones e Investigaciones Sociales 30(Dec), 135-154.

33. Ziyaeemehr, Ali, Vijay Kumar, and Faiz S. Abdullah. 2011. Use and non-use of humor in academic ESL classrooms. English Language Teaching 4(3):111-119. DOI: 10.5539/elt.v4n3p111.

32. Chen, Shi-min, Pei-zhen Sun, and Xue Zheng. 2011. “[Development and validation of sense of humor questionnaire for college students]. Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology, 19(2):167-170.

31. Okazaki, Sumie, Ahmed M. Kassem, and Judy Y. Tan. 2010. Annual Review of Asian American Psychology, 2010. Asian American Journal of Psychology 2(4):225-290. DOI: 10.1037/a0026626.

30. Simola, Sheldene K. 2010. Use of a ‘coping-modeling, problem-solving’ program in business ethics education Journal of Business Ethics> 96(3):383-401. DOI: 10.1007/s10551-010-0473-6.

29. Haigh, Michel M., and Aaron Heresco. 2010. Late-night Iraq: Monologue joke content and tone from 2003 to 2007. Mass Communication and Society 13(2):157-173. DOI: 10.1080/15205430903014884.

28. Proyer, René T., and Willibald Ruch. 2010. Dispositions towards ridicule and being laughed at: Current research on gelotophobia, gelotophilia, and katagelasticism. Psychological Test and Assessment Modeling 52(1):49-59.

27. Rodríguez Torres, Velis J., and Lya Feldman. 2009. [Preliminary validation of the humor styles questionnaire in male and female health workers: The Venuzuela case]. Ciencia y Trabajo [Science and Work] 11(31):9-13.

26. Kurtzberg, Terri R, Charles E Naquin, and Liuba Y Belkin. 2009. Humor as a relationship-building tool in online negotiations. International Journal of Conflict Management 20(4):377-397.

25. Holbert, R. Lance, Jay Hmielowski, Parul Jain, Julie Lather, and Alyssa Morey. 2009. Adding nuance to political humor effects: Experimental research on Juvenalian satire versus Horatian satire. American Behavioral Scientist 55(3):187-211. DOI: 10.1177/0002764210392156.

24. Morris, Jonathan S. 2009. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and audience attitude change during the 2004 party conventions. Political Behavior 31(1):79-102. DOI: 10.1007/s11109-008-9064-y.

23. Liang, Jing. 2008. [Theoretical analysis of the literature on persuading consumers.] Foreign Economies and Management 30(7):39-44, 51.

22. Bergeron, Jasmin, and Marc-Antoine Vachon. 2008. The effects of humour usage by financial advisors in sales encounters. The International Journal of Bank Marketing 26(6):376-398. DOI: 10.1108/02652320810902424.

21. Baumgartner, Jody C. 2008. Polls and elections: Editorial cartoons 2.0: The effects of digital political satire on presidential candidate evaluations. Presidential Studies Quarterly 38(4):735-758. DOI: 10.1111/j.1741-5705.2008.02675.x.

20. Baumgartner, Jody C., and Jonathan S. Morris. 2008. One ‘nation,’ under Stephen? The effects of the Colbert Report on American youth. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 52(4):622-643. DOI: 10.1080/08838150802437487.

19. Rendtorff, Jacob Dahl. 2008. The corporation as a good citizen: A case study of Lockheed Martin. Tidsskriftet Politik 11(4): 48-59.

18. Romero, Eric, and Anthony Pescosolido. 2008. Humor and group effectiveness. Human Relations 61(3):395-418. DOI: 10.1177/0018726708088999.

17. van Dolen, Willemijn M., Ko de Ruyter, and Sandra Streukens. 2008. The effect of humor in electronic service encounters. Journal of Economic Psychology 29(2):160-179.

16. Platt, Tracey. 2008. Emotional responses to ridicule and teasing: Should gelotophobes react differently? Humor: International Journal of Humor Research 21(2):105-128. DOI: 10.1515/HUMOR.2008.005.

15. Young, Dannagal Goldwiate. 2008. The privileged role of the late-night Joke: Exploring humor’s role in disrupting argument scrutiny. Media Psychology> 11(1):119-142. DOI: 10.1080/15213260701837073.

14. Romal, Jane B. 2008. Use of humor as a pedagogical tool for accounting education. Academy of Educational Leadership Journal 12(1):83-106.

13. Teven, Jason J., and Julie L. Winters. 2007. Pharmaceutical representatives’ social influence behaviors and communication orientations: Relationships with adaptive selling and sales performance. Human Communication. A Publication of the Pacific and Asian Communication Association 10(4):465-486.

12. Dyrud, Marilyn A. 2007. Ethics, gaming, and industrial training. IEEE: Technology and Society Magazine, 26(4):36-44. DOI: 10.1109/MTS.2007.912575.

11. Baumgartner, Jody C. 2007. Humor on the next frontier: Youth, online political humor, and the JibJab effect. Social Science Computer Review 25(3):319-338. DOI: 10.1177/0894439306295395.

10. Scholl, Juliann C. 2007. The use of humor to promote patient-centered care. Journal of Applied Communication Research 35(2):156-176. DOI: 10.1080/00909880701262658.

9. Nabi, Robin L, Emily Moyer-Gusé, and Sahara Byrne. 2007. All joking aside: A serious investigation into the persuasive effect of funny social issue messages. Communication Monographs 74(1):29-54. DOI: 10.1080/03637750701196896.

8. Holian, Rosalie. 2006. Management decision making, ethical issues and ’emotional’ intelligence. Management Decision 44(8):1122-1138. DOI: 10.1108/00251740610690658.

7. Young, Trajan Shipley. 2006. Towards a humour translation checklist for students of translation. Interlingüística 17, 981-988.

6. Baumgartner, Jody C., and Jonathan S. Morris. 2006. The Daily Show effect: Candidate evaluations, efficacy, and American youth. American Politics Research 34, 341-367. DOI: 10.1177/1532673X05280074.

5. McRoberts, Daniel A., and Cindv Larson-Casselton. 2006. Humor in public address, health care and the workplace: Summarizing humor’s use using meta-analysis. North Dakota Speech and Theatre Journal 19, 26-33.

4. Jones, John A. 2005. The masking effects of humor on audience perception of message organization. Humor: International Journal of Humor Research 18(4):405-418.

3. Cifuentes, Carolina Maria. 2005. Tipos de humor en la publicidad impresa Colombiana. Diversitas: Perspectivas en Psicologa, 1(1):31-45.

2. Fortin, Bruno, and Lynda Méthot. 2004. S’adapter avec humour au travail interdisciplinaire: Pistes de réflexion [Coping with humor in interdisciplinary work: Reflexive statements]. Revue Québécoise de Psychologie 25(1):99-118.

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