The Relationship between Self-Enhancing Humor, Self-Compassion, and Emotional Traits Public

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  • This research focused on characterizing the relationship between self-enhancing humor, self-compassion, and long-term emotional traits.. It was hypothesized that self-enhancing humor would be related to self-compassion and the related subscales of mindfulness and self-kindness. In addition, it was predicted that self-enhancing humor would relate most strongly to positive emotional traits. The data supported both of these hypotheses, which allowed for the construction of a model of the psychological variables that predict self-enhancing humor, a task that has yet to be seriously undertaken. This research provides significant inspiration for further exploration of this topic.
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