Gil Greengross
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Humor ability reveals intelligence, predicts mating success, and is higher in males
G Greengross, G Miller
Intelligence 39 (4), 188-192, 2011
Dissing oneself versus dissing rivals: Effects of status, personality, and sex on the short-term and long-term attractiveness of self-deprecating and other-deprecating humor
G Greengross, GF Miller
Evolutionary psychology 6 (3), 147470490800600303, 2008
Personality traits, intelligence, humor styles, and humor production ability of professional stand-up comedians compared to college students.
G Greengross, RA Martin, G Miller
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 6 (1), 74, 2012
The Big Five personality traits of professional comedians compared to amateur comedians, comedy writers, and college students
G Greengross, GF Miller
Personality and Individual Differences 47 (2), 79-83, 2009
Humor and aging-a mini-review
G Greengross
Gerontology 59 (5), 448-453, 2013
Sex differences in humor production ability: A meta-analysis
G Greengross, PJ Silvia, EC Nusbaum
Journal of Research in Personality, 103886, 2020
Male production of humor produced by sexually selected psychological adaptations
G Greengross
Evolutionary perspectives on human sexual psychology and behavior, 173-196, 2014
Book Review: Survival of the funniest
G Greengross
Evolutionary Psychology 6 (1), 147470490800600111, 2008
Childhood experiences of professional comedians: Peer and parent relationships and humor use
G Greengross, RA Martin, G Miller
Humor 25 (4), 491-505, 2012
Sex and gender differences in humor: Introduction and overview
Guest Editor:, G Greengross
humor 33 (2), 175-178, 2020
Are identical twins more similar in their decision making styles than their fraternal counterparts?
G Saad, R Sejean, G Greengross, L Cherkas
Journal of Business Research 120, 638-643, 2020
Book Review: Inside “Inside Jokes”: The Hidden Side of Humor
G Greengross, R Mankoff
Evolutionary Psychology 10 (3), 147470491201000305, 2012
In search of homo humorous: Personality, health, humor styles and humor as a mental fitness indicator in stand-up comedians and the rest of us
G Greengross
The University of New Mexico, 2009
Using evolutionary theory to enhance the brain imaging paradigm
G Saad, G Greengross
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 452, 2014
If you’re funny and you know it: Personality, gender, and people’s ratings of their attempts at humor
PJ Silvia, G Greengross, KN Cotter, AP Christensen, JM Gredlein
Journal of Research in Personality 92, 104089, 2021
Who hates magic? Exploring the loathing of legerdemain.
PJ Silvia, G Greengross, M Karwowski, RM Rodriguez, SJ Crasson
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 2022
Health among humorists: Susceptibility to contagious diseases among improvisational artists
G Greengross, RA Martin
Humor 31 (3), 491-505, 2018
Psychotic and autistic traits among magicians and their relationship with creative beliefs
G Greengross, PJ Silvia, SJ Crasson
BJPsych open 9 (6), e214, 2023
Review of Humor 101.
G Greengross
Educational Publishing Foundation 6 (4), 371, 2012
To be Or Not to be Funny?: The Effects of Status and Different Types of Humor on Mate Desirability--an Evolutionary Perspective
G Greengross
University of New Mexico, 2006
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