Tracey Platt
Tracey Platt
Principal Lecturer- School of Psychology, University of Sunderland
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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, 309565, 2018
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
Emotional responses to ridicule and teasing: Should gelotophobes react differently?
T Platt
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 21 (2), 105-128, 2008
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, ...
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 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
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
The emotions of gelotophobes: Shameful, fearful, and joyless?
T Platt, W Ruch
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 22 (1-2), 91-110, 2009
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
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
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
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
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
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, 297-316, 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, 776-786, 2013
A lifetime of fear of being laughed at: An aged perspective
T Platt, W Ruch, RT Proyer
Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie 43 (1), 36-41, 2010
Individual differences in gelotophobia and responses to laughter-eliciting emotions
W Ruch, J Hofmann, T Platt
Personality and Individual Differences 72, 117-121, 2015
The character strengths of class clowns
W Ruch, T Platt, J Hofmann
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 104110, 2014
Dealing with laughter and ridicule in adolescence: Relations with bullying and emotional responses
RT Proyer, LE Meier, T Platt, W Ruch
Social psychology of education 16, 399-420, 2013
Laughter and smiling in 16 positive emotions
J Hofmann, T Platt, W Ruch
IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing 8 (4), 495-507, 2017
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, 434-447, 2015
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