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Religiousness, religious fundamentalism, and quest as predictors of humor creation

Bibliographic reference Saroglou, Vassilis. Religiousness, religious fundamentalism, and quest as predictors of humor creation. In: International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, Vol. 12, no.3, p. 177-188 (2002)
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