Tracey Platt
Tracey Platt
Principle Lecturer- School of Psychology, University of Sunderland
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Emotional responses to ridicule and teasing: Should gelotophobes react differently?
T Platt
Humor 21 (2), 105-128, 2008
The state-of-the art in gelotophobia research: A review and some theoretical extensions
W Ruch, J Hofmann, T Platt, R Proyer
Humor 27 (1), 23-45, 2014
Breaking ground in cross-cultural research on the fear of being laughed at (gelotophobia): A multi-national study involving 73 countries
RT Proyer, W Ruch, NS Ali, HS Al-Olimat, T Amemiya, TA Adal, SA Ansari, ...
Humor 22 (1-2), 253-279, 2009
Fear of being laughed at and social anxiety: A preliminary psychometric study
H Carretero-Dios, W Ruch, D Agudelo, T Platt, RT Proyer
Psychological Test and Assessment Modeling 52 (1), 108-124, 2010
The emotions of gelotophobes: Shameful, fearful, and joyless?
T Platt, W Ruch
Humor 22 (1-2), 91-110, 2009
Laugh-aware virtual agent and its impact on user amusement
R Niewiadomski, J Hofmann, J Urbain, T Platt, J Wagner, P Bilal, T Ito, ...
University of Zurich, 2013
Gelotophobia and bullying: The assessment of the fear of being laughed at and its application among bullying victims
T Platt, R PROYER, W Ruch
Psychological Test and Assessment Modeling 51 (2), 135, 2009
Self-conscious emotions and ridicule: Shameful gelotophobes and guilt free katagelasticists
RT Proyer, T Platt, W Ruch
Personality and Individual Differences 49 (1), 54-58, 2010
Broadening humor: Comic styles differentially tap into temperament, character, and ability
W Ruch, S Heintz, T Platt, L Wagner, RT Proyer
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 6, 2018
How does psychopathy relate to humor and laughter? Dispositions toward ridicule and being laughed at, the sense of humor, and psychopathic personality traits
RT Proyer, R Flisch, S Tschupp, T Platt, W Ruch
International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 35 (4), 263-268, 2012
Team roles: Their relationships to character strengths and job satisfaction
W Ruch, F Gander, T Platt, J Hofmann
The Journal of Positive Psychology 13 (2), 190-199, 2018
Extreme fear of being laughed at: Components of gelotophobia
T Platt, W Ruch, J Hofmann, RT Proyer
The Israeli Journal of Humor Research 1 (1), 86-106, 2012
Duchenne display responses towards sixteen enjoyable emotions: Individual differences between no and fear of being laughed at
T Platt, J Hofmann, W Ruch, RT Proyer
Motivation and Emotion 37 (4), 776-786, 2013
Assessing gelotophobia, gelotophilia, and katagelasticism in children: An initial study on how six to nine-year-olds deal with laughter and ridicule and how this relates to …
RT Proyer, M Neukom, T Platt, W Ruch
Child Indicators Research 5 (2), 297-316, 2012
Individual differences in gelotophobia and responses to laughter-eliciting emotions
W Ruch, J Hofmann, T Platt
Personality and Individual Differences 72, 117-121, 2015
A lifetime of fear of being laughed at
T Platt, W Ruch, RT Proyer
Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie 43 (1), 36-41, 2010
Investigating facial features of four types of laughter in historic illustrations
WF Ruch, J Hofmann, T Platt
The European Journal of Humour Research 1 (1), 99-118, 2013
Gelotophobia and age: Do disposition towards ridicule and being laughed at predict coping with age-related vulnerabilities?
T Platt, W Ruch
Psychological Test and Assessment Modeling 52 (2), 231-244, 2010
Gelotophobia: The fear of being laughed at
T Platt, G Forabosco
Humour and Health Promotion, Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, 229-252, 2012
The influence of a virtual companion on amusement when watching funny films
J Hofmann, T Platt, W Ruch, R Niewiadomski, J Urbain
Motivation and Emotion 39 (3), 434-447, 2015
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