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The Situational Humour Response Questionnaire [SHRQ, Martin Lefcourt (1984) Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 47, 145–155] measures the propensity to smile and laugh in a variety of daily life situations. Since the SHRQ is regarded as a test of " sense of humour " , its validity in the field of humour appreciation was investigated. Two student(More)
The purpose of this research was to investigate the effect of the number of discrepant events (0 to 2) on the interruption of facial expressions and on ratings of surprise and humor. Discrepancies in either height or weight dimensions were created by presenting stimuli that were very short or very heavy in a psychophysical task. Expressions of mirth,(More)
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