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David J. Abramis

Psychologist In the School of Business Administration

California State University

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Humor Rx for Stress in the 21st Century - by Larry Wilde

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The Times article quotes David Abramis, a psychologist in the School of Business Administration at California State University (Long Beach) on his survey of 382 people from a wide variety of workplaces.
Abramis found that "those who felt their work was fun performed better and got along better with co-workers than did those who were satisfied with their jobs but did not see them as fun."


Introduction

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David J. Abramis, Ph.D., is one of the leading psychologists who led research projects in the area of fun and humor in work environment.
He is an organizational consultant and associate professor of management and human resource management in the School of Business Administration at California State University, Long Beach, California. Dr. Abramis concluded that when compared to people who do not find fun in their work, employees who do find fun or create fun at work report they are:


Monday Mornings with Madison

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David Abramis, a psychologist in the School of Business Administration at California State University (Long Beach) surveyed 382 people from a wide variety of workplaces.
Abramis found that "those who felt their work was fun performed better and got along better with co-workers than did those who were satisfied with their jobs but did not see them as fun."


Ronald P. Culberson, MSW, CSP - Speaker, Helping Healthcare Leadership and Staff Excel Through Humor. A Funny Motivational Speaker delivering Professional Inspirational Keynote Presentations.

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Research by California State University Long Beach Professor David Abramis shows that people who have fun at work are more creative, more productive, get along better with co-workers and are better decision makers.


Introduction

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David J. Abramis, Ph.D., is one of the leading psychologists who led research projects in the area of fun and humor in work environment.He is an organizational consultant and associate professor of management and human resource management in the School of Business Administration at California State University, Long Beach, California.Dr. Abramis concluded that when compared to people who do not find fun in their work, employees who do find fun or create fun at work report they are:


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