Ed in Print

Book publication

  • Humor As Communication, 10 chapters, [Designed to be first college textbook devoted exclusively to the general topic of humor.] In final stages of publication negotiation.

Articles by Ed in national or international magazines or journals [some are available online]

  • WYCOFF, E. & Pryor, B., "Cognitive Processing, Creativity, Apprehension, and the Humorous Personality," North American Journal of Psychology, 5, March, 2003.
  • WYCOFF, E.,"Humor in Academia: An International Survey of Humor Instruction," Humor: International Journal of Humor Research, 12-4, 1999, 437-456
  • WYCOFF, E., "Communication Apprehension and Need for Cognition," Perceptual Motor Skills, 1992,75,1225-1226,)
  • WYCOFF, E., "Management by Objectives," American Management Association-Management Handbook, second edition, p.sec. 5-3, (1983).
  • WYCOFF, E.,"Earl C. Nightingale--Radio Commentator and Actor," Encyclopedia of Radio, Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, Chicago, IL, 2002.
  • WYCOFF, E. "Professional Speaking Has Its Roots in Ancient Times," ConventionSouth, Vol.12, Nr.2, September, 1995, p.7.)
  • WYCOFF, E. "A Magnificent Performance," ConventionSouth, Vol.12, Nr.3, October, 1995, p. 7 + 12.
  • WYCOFF, E., "The Language of Listening," Internal Auditor, Journal of the Institute of Internal Auditors, April 1994, (WON INTERNATIONAL AWARD, 1995)
  • WYCOFF, E., "The Snowball Express," (keynote), Professional Speaker, National Speakers Association, December 1992, pg.23-24.
  • WYCOFF, E., "The Language of Listening," Avis Traveler, Spring, 1993, p.34.
  • WYCOFF, E., and Holley, J. "Effects of Flight Attendants' Touch Upon Airline Passengers' Perceptions of the Attendant and the Airline," Perceptual and Motor Skills, 71, 1990, pp. 932-934.
  • WYCOFF, E., "Where Did It All Begin?" Speakout, National Speakers Association, October, 1990, pp. 4-5.
  • WYCOFF, E. and Buhr, T. "The Effects of Disclosure of a Speaker's Fee Upon Audience Perception of Credibility and Information Recall," Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, Vol. 4, No. 5, 1989, 633-644.
  • WYCOFF, E., "The Good, Bad and Ugly," in Gronbeck, B., McKerrow, L., Ehninger, D. & Monroe, A., Principles and Types of Speech Communication, "Great Ideas for Teaching Speech," 11th Ed., Scott, Foresman and Company, 1989.
  • WYCOFF, E., "Does the Fee Flatter or Flabbergast?" Speakout, National Speakers Association, 350, pp. 7+13, (1989).
  • WYCOFF, E., "How to Get the Best Performance Out of a Professional (Human) Speaker System," Manage, National Management Association, second quarter, 7-8, (1986).
  • WYCOFF, E., "Take Note of Notes," Manage, National Management Association, second quarter, 7-8, (1986).
  • WYCOFF, E., "You Just Can't Be Enough with a Visual Aid," Manage, National Management Association, first quarter, 3-5, (1986).
  • WYCOFF, E., and R. SMITH, "Listening: The Critical Phase of the Interview," Collegiate Journalist, (1), 6-8, (1984).
  • WYCOFF, E., "Verbs To Fight Stage Fright," Successful Meetings, Bill Communications, 33, (5), 14, (1984).
  • WYCOFF, E., "Advice on the Care and Feeding of a Professor," Nutshell: The Magazine for the College Community, Spring, 1983, 70, (1983).
  • WYCOFF, E., "Communication Goes Unnoticed Until It Fails," International Association of Business Communicators News, 11, (9), 17. (1982).
  • WYCOFF, E., "Canons of Communication," Personnel Journal, 6, (3), 208-212, (1981).
  • WYCOFF, E., "Visual Aids Should Be Necessary, But Not Noisy," Journal of Organizational Communication, 7, (1) 19. (1977).
  • WYCOFF, E., "Why Visuals?" Audio Visual Communication, 11, (4), 39+59. (1977).
  • WYCOFF, E., "Natural Laws of Communication," Proceedings: Association of College and University Auditors, Sept., 66-79, 68, (1976).


News articles about Ed

  • "Rx for Beleaguered Businesses: Humor," Orlando Business Journal, January 1-7, 1999. "The Serious Side of Laughter," University of Central Florida Report, November 6, 1998.
  • "What's So Funny: Payoffs in Learning to Be Humorous," The Sacramento Bee, January 1995.
  • "Funny-bone Gender Gap in Workplace," The Orlando Sentinel, January 1995.
  • "Have the Last Laugh," The Tallahassee Democrat, February 1995.
  • "It's No Joke--Humor Is Serious Stuff," The Orlando Sentinel, January 1992.
  • "Professor Serious About Comedy; Humor Offers Cure Students Need," The Central Florida Future, November 1991.
  • "Speaking of Motivation," The Orlando Sentinel, October 1987.
  • "A Funny Study," The St. Petersburg Times, August 1975.
  • "FTU Professor Leads Double Life as Lincoln," Orlando Sentinel, May 1976.
  • "Prof Teaches How to Get Across," The Orlando Sentinel, December 1976.
  • "Leaders Giving Way to Shared Duties," Orlando Sentinel, July 1976.

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