AP  >> Vol. 5 No. 7 (July 2015)

    Individual Differences of a Sense of Humor and Humor Types

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丁玉连,陆周琳,孙 伟:苏州大学教育学院,江苏 苏州

幽默感幽默类型个体差异A Sense of Humor Humor Types Individual Differences



A sense of humor is based on the extension of the humor concept. Humor types are potential indi-vidual traits, which have positive temperament of a sense of humor, understanding, love to laugh and other differences. Individual differences mainly include personality traits as well as gender difference. Individual differences mainly include personality traits as well as gender difference. The man who possesses a higher sense of humor will boast higher senses of living satisfaction and well-being. The senses of self-esteem, living satisfaction as well as well-being of the positive humor type are relatively higher, while the negative one is on the contrary. Gender difference plays a role in both the sense of humor and the humor type. The increase of quantitative research on comedians, the cross-cultural research on humor type as well as the exploration of the relationship between humorous scenario and the audience between senses of humor and humor types is the trends to enrich the related humor studies in the future.

丁玉连, 陆周琳, 孙伟 (2015). 幽默感与幽默类型的个体差异. 心理学进展, 5(7), 423-429. http://dx.doi.org/10.12677/AP.2015.57055


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