The editors gratefully acknowledge the generous help provided by the colleagues who read articles for the Journal in its eleventh year. The following list includes the names of those who read the articles published in Volume 11 or rejected äs of May l, 1998. The readers ofthose articles on which an editorial decision has not yet been made will be listed in Volume 12, Number 4. Paul Baltes, Brigham Young University David Carrell, University of Central Oklahoma Kenneth L. Donelson, Arizona State University Charles Eidsvik, The University of Georgia Genevieve Giuliano, University of Southern California, Los Angeles Siegfried Heit, University of Central Oklahoma Albert Katz, University of Western Ontario Athena Leovssi, University of Reading Diane Mackie, University of California, Santa Barbara Diana Mahony, Brigham Young University, Hawai'i Roger Manneil, University of Waterloo Janet McConnell, Arizona State University Len Neufeldt, Purdue University Neu Norrick, Northern Illinois University Cathy Schwictenberg, The University of Georgia Glenn Shean, College of William and Mary Jaime de Silva Noel Stowe, Arizona State University Donald Ward, UCLA V. Jean Wilson, Brock University Humor 11-4 (1998), 449 0933-1719/98/0009-0449 © Walter de Gruyter
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Published: Jan 1, 1998
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