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Online finden Sie verschiedene Zeitschriften, in denen Beiträge zur Humorforschung publiziert werden, wie zum Beispiel:

Fachliteratur zum Thema „Humor für Patienten“

Literatur zum Thema „Humor für health professionals

Care for Joy: Evaluation of a Humor Intervention and Its Effects on Stress, Flow Experience, Work Enjoyment, and Meaningfulness of Work

Laugh and learn: humor as a teaching strategy in occupational therapy education
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Potential benefits to staff from humor therapy with nursing home residents
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Humor in therapy: the case for training therapists in its uses and risks
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Successful ingredients in the SMILE study: resident, staff, and management factors influence the effects of humor therapy in residential aged care
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Therapeutic use of humor: occupational therapy clinicians‘ perceptions and practices
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Humor: preventive therapy for family caregivers
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Fachliteratur zum Thema „Humor in der Lehre“

Eine umfangreiche Sammlung über Humorliteratur generell
Mit großem Dank an Prof. Rolf Hirsch!

Laugh and Learn: Humor as a Teaching Strategy in Occupational Therapy Education

Humor in Pedagogy: How Ha-Ha can Lead to Aha!

Humor as a facilitative style in problem-based learning environments for nursing students

Humor: a teaching strategy to promote learning

The benefits of humor in nursing education

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Robinson V. M. Humor and the health professions: The therapeutic use of humor in health care, 2nd Ed. SLACK., Thorofare, NJ 1991 [Google Scholar]

Silberman I. Humor and health: An epidemiological study. American Behavioral Scientist 1987; 30(1)110–112 [Google Scholar]

Warnock P. Humor, a didactic tool in adult education. Lifelong Learning 1989; 12(6)22–24 [Google Scholar

Ziv A. Teaching and learning with humor: Experiment and replication. Journal of Experimental Education 1988; 57(1)5–15 [Taylor & Francis Online], [Web of Science ®][Google Scholar]

Zillman D., Bryant J. Uses and effects of humor in educational ventures. Handbook of Humor Research, Volume II: Applied studies, P. McGhee, J. H. Goldstein. Springer-Verlag, New York 1983; 173–193 [Google Scholar]