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A humorérzék, a humor megértési és produkciós képessége kreatív tulajdonság, jelentős egyéni különbségekkel, ám mind ez idáig nem egyértelműen tisztázott a humorprodukció és a kreativitás viszonya. Vizsgálatunkban 133 fő különféle önbeszámolós és viselkedéses humorprodukciós, humorhasználatra vonatkozó, illetve kreativitástesztet töltött ki. Nemi különbségek sem a kreativitás-, sem a humortesztekben nem mutatkoztak. Eredményeink szerint meglehetősen gyenge, de pozitív összefüggés mutatkozik a humorprodukció és a kreativitás között, illetve a humorstílusok között, ami összességében a két folyamat közös alapjaira, ám azok eltérő jellegére mutat rá.

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