Humor as a Social Lubricant in an Expert Thinking System
This paper discusses the results of a research inquiry that examined the impact of humour on collaborative relationships when developing an expert system focused on work skills.
||Humor and Expertise Development in the Workplace, Metacognition and Humor, Humor and Social Learning Relationships
International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 2, pp.149-158.
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Dr Reilly received her PhD in Educational Psychology from McGill University. She has a primary interest in the development of social creativity and shared expertise, as well as formal and informal learning and change processes in the workplace and in community settings. Additional interests include professional education of group workers, parent education, and qualitative and mixed methods research methodology.
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