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The objective of this study aims at developing measure scale of sense of humor (SOH). The initial measure items were collected by reverent literature review of previous studies. Data was collected by questionnaire survey from an applied college and a total of 350 valid samples were received with a responded rate of 83%. The results of structure equation modeling (SEM) showed that the adequately reliability and validity of the scale could be met. Furthermore, five factors named humor creation, humor applied, humor attitude, humor collection, and humor copy were extracted from twenty measure items. Finally some suggestions were drawn to the college.
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