Do trolls just want to have fun? Assessing the role of humor-related traits in online trolling behavior

@article{NavarroCarrillo2021DoTJ,
  title={Do trolls just want to have fun? Assessing the role of humor-related traits in online trolling behavior},
  author={Gin{\'e}s Navarro-Carrillo and Jorge Torres-Mar{\'i}n and Hugo Carretero-Dios},
  journal={Comput. Hum. Behav.},
  year={2021},
  volume={114},
  pages={106551}
}
Abstract This research has aimed to test whether “darker” humor-related dispositions can contribute to the prediction of online trolling over and above the influence of dark personality traits. A total of 201 participants (50.7% women) gave responses to dark personality, humor, and online trolling measures. Our results corroborated the one-factor structure of the Spanish version of the Global Assessment of Internet Trolling (S-GAIT) and replicated online trolling's robust associations with… Expand
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