A1-24 Personal Report of Communication Apprehension (PRCA-24) (McCroskey, 1982; in Rubin et al., 1994)
B1-18 Self-monitoring scale (Mark Snyder; see Jen Kopfman for source)
C1-14 Eysenck Personality Inventory–Extraversion and Neuroticism dimensions only (not Psychoticism) (Eysenck & Eysenck, 1985)
D1-50 Communicator Style Measure (Norton, 1978; in Rubin et al., 1994)
E1-19 Demographics (original; from North Coast Polls)
F1-56 Schwartz Values Scale (Schwartz, 1992)
G1-14 Media exposure items (original; from North Coast Polls)
H1-28 Small group measures
H1-16 Original items
H17-28 Selected items from Group Behavior Inventory (Friedlander, 1966; in Rubin et al., 1994)
I1-53 Humor items
I1-33 Neuendorf et al. Senses of Humor items (McGoun & Neuendorf, 1995; Neuendorf & Skalski, 2000--WordPerfect version, pdf version; Neuendorf, Skalski, & Powers, 2004--Word version, pdf version; Powers, Neuendorf, & Skalski, 2005--Word version, pdf version)
I34-37 Selected items from Wallowing Scale (Neuendorf, 1998)
I38-44 Coping Humor Scale (Lefcourt, 2001)
I45-50 Selected items from Multidimensional Sense of Humor Scale (MSHS)–three items from each of first two factors derived in Thorson & Powell, 1993 (Thorson & Powell, 1993)
I51-53 ????? Help!
J1-264 Media humor preference items–TV, film, performers, radio, Internet (original)
K1-31 Joke response items (original)
References for Humor Group Scales
Friedlander, F. (1966). Performance and interactional dimensions of organizational work groups. Journal of Applied Psychology, 50, 257-265.
Lefcourt, H. M. (2001). Humor: The psychology of living buoyantly. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.
McCroskey, J. C. (1982). An introduction to rhetorical communication (4th ed.). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
McGoun, M., & Neuendorf, K. A. (1995). The effects of extroversion and neuroticism upon humor enjoyment: A repeated-measures investigation of popular sitcom humor. Paper presented to the Communication Theory and Methodology Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, DC.
Neuendorf, K. A. (1998). Mood congruence and the utility of sad media content. Paper presented to the Communication Theory and Methodology Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Baltimore, MD.
Neuendorf, K. A., & Skalski, P. (2000, June). Senses of humor: The development of a multi-factor scale in relationship to moving image utility. Paper presented to the Mass Communication Division of the International Communication Association, Acapulco, Mexico.--WordPerfect version, pdf version
Neuendorf, K. A., Skalski, P., & Powers, J. (2004, May). Senses of humor: Validation of a multi-factor scale. Paper presented to the Mass Communication Division of the International Communication Association, New Orleans, LA. --Word version, pdf version
Norton, R. W. (1978). Foundation of a communicator style construct. Human Communication Research, 4, 99-112.
Powers, J. I., Neuendorf, K. A., & Skalski, P. D. (2005, June). Senses of humor and television program preference. Paper presented to the International Society for Humor Studies, Youngstown, OH.--Word version, pdf version
Rubin, R. B., Palmgreen, P., & Sypher, H. E. (1994). Communication research measures: A sourcebook. New York: The Guilford Press.
Schwartz, S. H. (1992). Universals in the content and structure of values: Theoretical advances and empirical test in 20 countries. In M. P. Zanna (Ed.), Advances in experimental social psychology, volume 25 (pp. 1-65). San Diego, CA: Academic Press, Inc.
Thorson, J. A., & Powell, F. C. (1993). Sense of humor and
dimensions of personality. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 49,