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Being religious implies being different in humour: Evidence from self- and peer-ratings

Bibliographic reference Saroglou, Vassilis. Being religious implies being different in humour: Evidence from self- and peer-ratings. In: Mental Health, Religion & Culture, Vol. 7, no.3, p. 255-267 (2004)
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