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The psychology of humor: An integrative approach
RA Martin, T Ford
Academic press, 2018
42452018
Affective and cognitive determinants of prejudice
C Stangor, LA Sullivan, TE Ford
Social cognition 9 (4), 359-380, 1991
7081991
Social consequences of disparagement humor: A prejudiced norm theory
TE Ford, MA Ferguson
Personality and social psychology review 8 (1), 79-94, 2004
5102004
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
4112008
Measurement of communal strength
J Mills, MS Clark, TE Ford, M Johnson
Personal relationships 11 (2), 213-230, 2004
3842004
Effects of stereotypical television portrayals of African-Americans on person perception
TE Ford
Social psychology quarterly, 266-275, 1997
3661997
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
3121995
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
3102008
Effects of sexist humor on tolerance of sexist events
TE Ford
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 26 (9), 1094-1107, 2000
2612000
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
2321992
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
1922001
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
1622004
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
1562016
Restoring threatened masculinity: The appeal of sexist and anti-gay humor
EC O’connor, TE Ford, NC Banos
Sex Roles 77, 567-580, 2017
1292017
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
1242016
The psychology of humor
RA Martin, T Ford
Burlington, MA: Elsevier, 2006
1122006
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
1012009
Effect of humor on state anxiety and math performance
TE Ford, BL Ford, CF Boxer, J Armstrong
Humor 25 (1), 59-74, 2012
982012
Affective style, humor styles and happiness
TE Ford, KA McCreight, K Richardson
Europe’s Journal of Psychology 10 (3), 451-463, 2014
942014
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
912010
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