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Work windows on personality

  • Source: Science News. Oct 10, 1981, Vol. 120, p235, 2 p.

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Communication apprehension as a determinant of channel preferences

  • Source: The Journal of Business Communication. Summer, 1984, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p53, 9 p. table Correlation between apprehension tests.

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The Relationships Among English Oral Communication Apprehension, Social Interest, and Locus of Control of Far Eastern Students

  • Abstract: This study determined the relationships among English oral communication apprehension, social interest, and locus of control of ...

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The voice of emotion: Acoustic properties of six emotional expressions

Subjects: Emotions.; Oral communication -- Psychological aspects.; text

  • Abstract: Studies in the perceptual identification of emotional states suggested that listeners seemed to depend on a limited set of vocal cues to distinguish among emotions. ...

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Comprehension monitoring and the apprehension of literal meaning

  • Source: Child Development. Feb 1988, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p60, 11 p.

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Automaticity in conversations: a reexamination of the mindlessness hypothesis

  • Source: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Feb 1988, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p219, 6 p. table (Recall of five key words.)

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A backward glance at interruptions

  • Source: Western Journal of Speech Communication. Spring, 1989, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p150, 17 p. chart Idealized schema for interruptions as a sub-class of overlap.

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Prediction of Verbal Dominance Behaviors using Constructivist Theory

  • Abstract: This study assessed how Constructivist theory accounts for verbal dominance. Conversations of rotating dyads were tape recorded, then coded for measures of dominance. Subjects completed ...

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Taking the panic out of the performance

Subjects: Public speaking -- Psychological aspects; Oral communication -- Psychological aspects

  • Source: Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service. Dec 7, 1994, p1207K6597

  • Abstract: Colleen Christopher says she'll never forget it. ``I was in charge of patient education for a local community hospital,'' Christopher remembers, ``and I had ...

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State-Receiver Apprehension and Uncertainty in Continuing Initial Interactions

  • Abstract: This study examined state-receiver apprehension and uncertainty as they relate to each other and to information seeking and confirmation of relational predictions in initial interactions.

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Postural asymmetries and language lateralization in humans (Homo sapiens)

  • Source: Journal of Comparative Psychology. March 1996, Vol. 110 Issue 1, p88, 9 p. table

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On feeling good and being rude: affective influences on language use and request formulations

  • Source: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. June 1999, Vol. 76 Issue 6, p928, 1 p.

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Charged with intent

  • Source: People Management. March 30, 2000, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p59, 1 p.

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