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Irony as a Means of Perception Through Communication Channels. Emotions, Attitude and IQ Related to Irony Across Gender

Pubblicato online: 06 Sep 2013
Volume & Edizione: Volume 17 (2013) - Edizione 2 (September 2013)
Pagine: 115 - 132
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