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Michael Titze: Active Control Of Transference And Counter-Transference In Psychodynamically Oriented Short-Term Therapy
Source: DIALOGHI ADLERIANI 5/2016.pdf

Michael Titze: The significance of the paradoxical effect in Adlerian psychotherapy
Source: DIALOGHI ADLERIANI 4/2015.pdf

Michael Titze: Shame and Gelotophobia: Notes and Comments on Important Human Feelings
Source: DIALOGHI ADLERIANI 2/2014.pdf

When Laughter causes Shame: the Path to Gelotophobia
Source: Psychology of Shame: New Research, Nova Science, 2014

Schadenfreude and April's Fools: The Prerequisites of Malicious Glee
Source: Humor & Health Journal, Oct/Nov/Dec 2009, p. 1-11

Gelotophobia: The fear of being laughed at
Source: International Journal of Humor Research, 2009

Treating Gelotophobia With Humordrama
Source: Humor & Health Journal, October 2007

The Dadaistic Roots Of Therapeutic Humor
Source: Humor & Health Journal (January/February/March 2006)

Comical Contrasts – The Easiest Route to Humor Creation
Source: Humor & Health Journal (October/November/December 2004)

Using Humoristic Reduction in Communication
Source: Humor & Health Journal, (July/August/September 2004)

Report On The Stuttgart International Congress On
Therapeutic Humor (2002)

Source: Humor & Health Journal XI, 2, April 2002

The Pinocchio Complex (1995)
Interview with Dr. Michael Titze, (Interviewer: Dr. Waleed A. Salameh)

Laughter Groups (1993)
Source: Humor & Health Letter, March/April 1993

The «Conspirative Method» (1987)
Source: Handbook of Humor and Psychotherapy

Logotherapy as Cognitive Therapy (1983)
Michael Titze: Lecture, 3rd International Congress of Logotherapy, Regensburg

Humour, Laughter and Exhilaration Studied
With Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Source: www.humor.ch/images/Brighton.pdf


The health benefits of laughter (shortened)
Source: SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST, 07.05.2023

Laughter world champ preaches joy at his school
Source: GULF TIMES, 04.01.2014

Afraid of being laughed at?
Source: CNN Health, August 27th, 2010

Zurich study assesses fear of being laughed at
Source: SWISSTER, October 21, 2009

Humor is a Way of Life
Source: The Yeungman Observer (Korea), 02.03.2009

When Humor Humiliates
Source: SCIENCE NEWS, August 1st, 2009

How Humor Makes You Friendlier, Sexier
Source: Scientific American Mind, March 25, 2009

Laughter as medicine
Source: THE TIMES OF INDIA, November 2008

Laughter is good for you
Source: PakTribune, 07.06.2007

Humor and Me – by William F. Fry
Source: Studies in American Humor, 2006

Laughter is the best medicine
Source: Bilfinger Berger Magazine, 02-2006

We want to be loved by you ...
Source: The Sunday Times Magazine, May 28, 2006

Germans Encouraged To Laugh By The Ministry Of Silly Walks
Source: The Times/www.freerepublic.com 03.05.2003

Indian Laugh Clubs Inspire Germans
Source: Hindu Press International, 06.05.2003

Earn more, laugh less
Source: The Tribune India, Saturday, November 21, 1998

Children Need Contact With Others
Source: The Oklahoman, August 5, 1998

Bring On The Laughter
Source: Edmond Evening Sun, 26.07.1998

Laugh? Modern Man Is Forgetting How!
Source: Sunday Times

Germans Have The Last Laugh
Author: Sean Sinico

Humour – The Best Medicine?

Humor Is A Serious Business In Germany
Source: www.int.iol.co.za

Germany Needs A Sense Of Humor
Source: FOCUS - Instituto de Empresa

Laugh Your Ego Off!
Source: www.zeitenschrift.net, 2004