Often the level of psychological health of people who call themselves jokes and laugh at themselves is very good. It has been claimed in a study. This study contradicts earlier studies on the psychology of humor. Actually, in many studies till now it was said that telling jokes on oneself is particularly related to negative psychological effects among people who always use this style. George Tor Marine of Granada University, Spain, said, “The tendency to call jokes on ourselves is more a sign of psychological health dimensions like happiness and sociality.
Often the level of psychological health of people who call themselves jokes and laugh at themselves is very good.
We believe that new studies targeting potential cultural differences in the use of such humor are necessary. The Marines further state, “The results of this study are contradictory, suggesting that in our country, laughing at ourselves is traditionally responsible for positive signs.” However, the results of the study also indicate that where the research done to laugh at ourselves, the results can also change.