The Sarchasm: Sarcasm Production and Identification in Spontaneous Conversation

@article{Tree2020TheSS,
  title={The Sarchasm: Sarcasm Production and Identification in Spontaneous Conversation},
  author={J. E. Tree and J. D'Arcey and Alicia A. Hammond and Alina Larson},
  journal={Discourse Processes},
  year={2020},
  volume={57},
  pages={507 - 533}
}
ABSTRACT We tested sarcasm production and identification across original communicators in a spontaneously produced conversational setting, including testing the role of synchronous movement on sarcasm production and identification. Before communicating, stranger dyads participated in either a synchronous or nonsynchronous movement task. They then completed a task designed to elicit sarcasm, although no instruction to produce sarcastic content was provided. After communicating, participants… Expand
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