Anyone interested in the intersection of PSYCHOLOGY, HUMOR, and/or
LAUGHTER should continue reading.
Don L. F. Nilsen, Executive Secretary
International Society for Humor Studies
English Linguistics, Arizona State Univ.
Tempe, AZ 85287-0302
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From: Diana Mahony [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Wednesday, June 09, 1999 3:24 PM
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Subject: Attention Psychologists
Call for Papers
Announcing a special topics issue of The Journal of General
Psychology devoted to Humor and Laughter.
This issue will be guest-edited by Diana Mahony of Brigham Young
University--Hawaii Campus and Louis G. Lippman of Western Washington
University. The issue is targeted for Winter or Spring, 2001.
Authors are advised to consult "Instructions to Authors" that
appear in each issue. But briefly, manuscripts should adhere to APA
format, with everything double spaced. Author identification notes should
appear on a separate page and include a complete mailing address. Authors
should submit the original version plus three copies; they should retain a
copy for proofing and reference. Once a report is accepted for
publication, authors will be requested to provide their text file on disk.
A submission covering letter should include a statement that the
manuscript is not under concurrent consideration elsewhere.
The Journal of General Psychology is an archival, refereed journal
that was started in the 1920s. According to statements appearing in each
issue: "The Journal of General Psychology publishes
...research...reflecting various methodological approaches, in all areas
of experimental psychology. Traditional topics...as well as more diverse
topics such as cognition, memory, language, aging, and substance abuse are
appropriate, as are methodological and other theoretical investigations.
Preference is given to manuscripts that establish functional
relationships...or contribute to the development of new theoretical
insights or practical applications....Technological reports of
significance to these areas are welcome."
For this special theme issue, empirical, theoretical,
methodological, and review papers are welcome as are reports that deal
Postmark submission deadline is March 1, 2000. Manuscripts should be
Dr. Diana Mahony
BYU - Hawaii Campus
Department of Psychology
55-220 Kulanui Street
P.O. Box 1970
Laie, Hawaii 96762