Laughing: A Psychology of Humor ebook
by Norman Holland
Laughing, a psychology of humor.
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Now often when I hear a laugh, I catch myself describing the principles that were responsible for laugh in that case. Here is how he introduces theories on humor: "I can distinguish four large groups of psychological theories about the comic, based on archetypes, conscious feelings, psychoanalysis, and experiments. They vary widely in the complexity of the answers they give and in the kinds of human laws they presuppose.
Laughing: A Psychology of Humor (1982) surveyed theories of laughter. Holland was born in New York City to Norman N. Holland, a patent lawyer, and Harriette Holland, also a lawyer. In 1954 he married Jane Kelley (deceased 2015)
Laughing: A Psychology of Humor (1982) surveyed theories of laughter. But the book extended the reader-response argument to show, based on a case study of one woman, how what one finds funny, that is, one's sense of humor, expresses one's personal identity. In 1954 he married Jane Kelley (deceased 2015). At the end of his life he resided in Gainesville, Florida.
Laughing: A Psychology of Humor. Author: Holland, Norman N. (Norman Norwood), 1927-2017. Wit and humor - Psychological aspects. Note: Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, c1982.
Holland Norman N. Cornell University Press, 1982. Surveys the various psychological theories which attempt to explain the nature of laughter, and explores the relationship between humor and a person’s sense of identity. 281 p. - ISBN 0801414490 (ISBN13: 9780801414497)Surveys the various psychological theories which attempt to explain the nature of laughter, and explores the relationship between humor and a person’s sense of identity. Categories: Linguistics\Linguistics.
Humor is inherently ironic. Written by: Norman Norwood Holland. The author of a book about laughing and humor has an educational background that one would not necessarily associate with either topic – an electrical engineering degree from MIT, a . in English Literature from Harvard Law School. He was a professor at MIT’s School of Humanities for 10 years and became the head of the literature section. When he graduated from the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, he became char of the Department of English at the State University of New York
Norman Holland is Richard J. Milbauer Professor of English at the University of Florida. Laughing, a psychology of humor G - Reference, Information and Interdisciplinary Subjects Series Psychoanalytic study of art.
Norman Holland is Richard J. Sidney Homan is Professor of English at the University of Florida and Visiting Professor at Jilin University in the People's Republic of China. Bernard Paris is Professor of English and Director of the Institute for Psychological Study of the Arts at the University of Florida. Yazar. Norman Norwood Holland.