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Humor Perception and Production: Cognitive, Neural and Evolutionary Aspects
Vaid, J. (1999). The evolution of humor: Do those who laugh last? In D. Rosen & M. Luebbert (Eds.), Evolution of the psyche (pp. 123-138). Westport, CT: Praeger.
Vaid, J. & Kobler, J.B. (2000). Laughing matters: Toward a structural and neural account. Brain and Cognition, 42, 139-141. Millenium Issue.
Vaid, J. & Ramachandran, V.S. (2001). Laughter and humor. In C. Blakemore and S. Jennett (Eds.), Oxford Companion to the Body (pp. 426-427). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Vaid, J. (2002). Humor and laughter. In V.S. Ramachandran (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the human brain, Vol.2. (pp. 505-516). San Diego: Elsevier.
Vaid, J., Hull, R., Heredia, R., Gerkens, D. & Martinez, F. (2003). Getting a joke: The time course of meaning activation in verbal humor. Journal of Pragmatics, 35(9), 1431-1449.
Hull, R., Chen, H.-C., Vaid, J. & Martinez, F. (2005). Great expectations: Humor comprehension across hemispheres. Brain and Cognition, 57, 281-282.
Vaid, J. (1996, Sept.) The evolution of humor. Conference on Evolution of the Psyche, Texas A & M University.
Hull, R. & Vaid, J. (1999, June). Generating humorous similarities between concepts: A cognitive experimental inquiry. Paper presented at International Society for Humor Studies, Holy Names College, Oakland.
Hull, R., Vaid, J., Martinez, F. & Gerkens, D. (2000, Nov.). Favored vs. surprising meaning activation in joke comprehension: A web-based investigation. Poster, Society for Computers in Psychology, New Orleans.
Vaid, J., Hull, R., Gerkens, D. & Heredia, R. (2000, Nov.). The time course of script activation in verbal humor processing: Preliminary evidence. Poster presented at the 41st meeting of the PsychonomicsSociety, New Orleans.
Hull, R. & Vaid, J. (2001, July). Cognitive basis of incongruity in verbal humor: An experimental inquiry. Poster, Annual meeting of the Society for Text and Discourse, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Vaid, J., Heredia, R., Hull, R., Martinez, F., & Gerkens, D. (2001, Nov.). On getting a joke: Multiple meaning activation in humor comprehension. Poster presented at the 42nd meeting of the PsychonomicsSociety, Orlando.
Martinez, F., Choi, H., Vaid, J. & Chen, H.-C. (2004, May.). Joke appreciation as a function of repetition of elements in the joke structure. Poster, American Psychological Society, Chicago.
Hull, R., Chen, H.-C., Vaid, J., & Martinez, F. (2004, June). Great expectations: Humor comprehension across hemispheres. Poster, TENNET, University of Quebec, Montreal. (Abstract in press, Brain and Cognition).
Chen, H.-C. & Vaid, J. (2004, Nov.). Ha ha as Aha: Lateralization of insight in joke processing. Poster, Psychonomics Society, Minneapolis.
Hull, R., Tosun, S., & Vaid, J. (2011, Sept./October). Cognitive basis of humor production: An experimental inquiry. Northeast Texas Humor Resarch Conference, Texas A&M University, Commerce.