Thomas E. Ford
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The psychology of humor: An integrative approach
RA Martin, T Ford
Academic press, 2018
Affective and cognitive determinants of prejudice
C Stangor, LA Sullivan, TE Ford
Social cognition 9 (4), 359-380, 1991
Social consequences of disparagement humor: A prejudiced norm theory
TE Ford, MA Ferguson
Personality and social psychology review 8 (1), 79-94, 2004
Disparagement humor: A theoretical and empirical review of psychoanalytic, superiority, and social identity theories
MA Ferguson, TE Ford
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 21 (3), 283-312, 2008
Measurement of communal strength
J Mills, MS Clark, TE Ford, M Johnson
Personal relationships 11 (2), 213-230, 2004
Effects of stereotypical television portrayals of African-Americans on person perception
TE Ford
Social psychology quarterly, 266-275, 1997
Effects of epistemic motivations on the use of accessible constructs in social judgment
TE Ford, AW Kruglanski
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 21 (9), 950-962, 1995
More than “just a joke”: The prejudice-releasing function of sexist humor
TE Ford, CF Boxer, J Armstrong, JR Edel
Personality and social psychology bulletin 34 (2), 159-170, 2008
Effects of sexist humor on tolerance of sexist events
TE Ford
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 26 (9), 1094-1107, 2000
The role of diagnosticity in stereotype formation: Perceiving group means and variances.
TE Ford, C Stangor
Journal of personality and social psychology 63 (3), 356, 1992
Effects of exposure to sexist humor on perceptions of normative tolerance of sexism
TE Ford, ER Wentzel, J Lorion
European Journal of Social Psychology 31 (6), 677-691, 2001
Coping sense of humor reduces effects of stereotype threat on women’s math performance
TE Ford, MA Ferguson, JL Brooks, KM Hagadone
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 30 (5), 643-653, 2004
Personality, humor styles and happiness: Happy people have positive humor styles
TE Ford, SK Lappi, CJ Holden
Europe's journal of psychology 12 (3), 320, 2016
Restoring threatened masculinity: The appeal of sexist and anti-gay humor
EC O’connor, TE Ford, NC Banos
Sex Roles 77, 567-580, 2017
What did he mean by that? Humor decreases attributions of sexism and confrontation of sexist jokes
RK Mallett, TE Ford, JA Woodzicka
Sex Roles 75, 272-284, 2016
The psychology of humor
RA Martin, T Ford
Burlington, MA: Elsevier, 2006
The unmaking of prejudice: How Christian beliefs relate to attitudes toward homosexuals
TE Ford, T Brignall, TL VanValey, MJ Macaluso
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 48 (1), 146-160, 2009
Effect of humor on state anxiety and math performance
TE Ford, BL Ford, CF Boxer, J Armstrong
Humor 25 (1), 59-74, 2012
Affective style, humor styles and happiness
TE Ford, KA McCreight, K Richardson
Europe’s Journal of Psychology 10 (3), 451-463, 2014
A framework for thinking about the (not-so-funny) effects of sexist humor
JA Woodzicka, TE Ford
Europe’s Journal of Psychology 6 (3), 174-195, 2010
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