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JEER PRESSURE : THE BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF OBSERVING RIDICULE OF OTHERS

LESLIE M. JANES

JEER PRESSURE : THE BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF OBSERVING RIDICULE OF OTHERS

by LESLIE M. JANES

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In: Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin v.26 (2000) : 474-485.

ContributionsOLSON, J. M.
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I’m grateful to Leslie M. Janes and James M. Olson: the idea for “sneer pressure” came after reading their article called “Jeer pressure: the behavioral effects of observing ridicule of others”. The dunce cap is from a Victorian classroom in the Museum of Lincolnshire Life, Lincoln, England: photo by Rept0n1x, via Wikimedia Commons.

Jeer pressure: The behavioral effects of observing ridicule of others. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 26(4): – Google Scholar; Kahn W. Toward a sense of organizational humor: Implications for organizational diagnosis and change.

The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 25(1): 45– Google Scholar; Kennedy J. G Cited by: It appears that as the social dynamics change with the onset of adolescence the threat of ridicule diminishes and it becomes associated with incompetence rather than authority.

Perhaps the most relevant study in this regard is one that coins the term ‘jeer pressure’ in examining the effects ridicule on third parties has on conformity. Put. Janes, Leslie M. & James M. Olson. Jeer pressure: The behavioral effects of observing ridicule of others. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin – Crossref Google Scholar.

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This study aims to test the perceptions of audiences to positive and non-aggressive humour in two popular articles. The themes were the effects of climate change on biodiversity and the over-exploitation of species.

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A total of participantsCited by: 1. Janes, L. & Olsen, J. Jeer pressure: The behavioral effects of observing ridicule of others.

Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 26(4): – Kahn, W. Toward a sense of organizational humor: Implications for organizational diagnosis and change. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 25(1): 45– “ Jeer Pressure: The Behavioral Effects of Observing Ridicule of Others.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 26(4): – Janes, Leslie, and James Olson.

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