Hank C
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Adrian, MI
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While working on my Master’s degree in psychology, I worked as a research associate for a marketing research firm. I was involved with both consumer research and econometric model building for site location analyses for many corporations including a number of Fortune Five Hundred companies. I left to pursue a Ph.D. in social psychology. After obtaining my degree, I joined the Department of Psychology at Adrian College where I remained for 35 years. In addition to teaching, I did research in humor appreciation, introversion-extraversion, and consumer behavior. This research lead to a number of publications, papers, and presentations.
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Specialties

1. Psychological research on humor and the application of humor in stress reduction, health, and communication.
2. Critical thinking.
3. Application of research methods and statistical analysis to social problems.

Interests

Writing, photography, critical evaluation of published statements.

Education

Wayne State University

Hank Cetola received a Ph.D. i Experimental Social Psychology from Wayne State University in 1980 with minors in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and Political Science.

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Hank Cetola has been an educator for 35 years. During that time he has written numerous papers and articles based on his research and his experiences as a college professor. Writing academic or research articles for publication is different from other industries in that there is no monetary payment for the articles. The production of papers and articles is considered part of the job for a professor.

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Hank Cetola has written numerous articles and papers based on his research and experiences while a professor of psychology at Adrian College. He worked mostly on research of interest to his students. Consequently, he wrote articles on a variety of topics including, but not limited to, personality variables in humor appreciation and consumer behavior to the impact of executions on the death penalty.

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