List of Humor Research Publications - Collections of Scientific Works On Humor

Collections of Scientific Works On Humor

  • J.H. Goldstein and P.E. McGhee (Eds), The Psychology of Humor: Theoretical Perspectives and Empirical Issues, New York: Academic Press, 1972
  • A.J. Chapman and H.C. Foot, (Eds.),
    • Humor and Laughter: Theory, Research and Applications,
      • London: John Wiley and Sons, 1976
      • Transaction Publishers. 1996.
    • It's a Funny Thing, Humour Oxford, England: Pergamon Press, 1977
  • J. Bremmer and H. Roodenburg, (Eds.), A Cultural History of Humor, Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 1997
  • McGhee, P.E., and Goldstein, J.H. (Eds), Handbook of Humor Research, New York: Springer-Verlag, 1983
  • “Humor and Society: Explorations in the Sociology of Humor.” Houston. 1988.
  • John Parkin (Ed.)(1999) French Humour: Papers Based on a Colloquium Held in the French Department of the University of Bristol, November 30, 1996, Rodopi, ISBN 90-420-0586-6
  • Paton, G.E.C., Powell, C., Wagg, S. (Eds) The Social Faces of Humour: Practices and Issues, Aldershot, England: Arena
  • Raskin, Victor. (Ed.) 2008. The Primer of Humor Research. Berlin, New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

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