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- Communication in context: Effects of speaker status on the comprehension of indirect requests. Holtgraves, Thomas // Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory & Cognition;Sep94, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p1205
Examines how a speaker's status affects the comprehension of conventional and nonconventional indirect requests. Difference in the processing of conventional and nonconventional forms; Role of the interpersonal context in the comprehension of certain indirect requests.
- An exploratory study of recruiters' self-ratings of interpersonal communication and applicants... Ralston, Steven M. // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Aug93, Vol. 77 Issue 1, p135
Examines the extent to which recruiters' self-ratings of interpersonal communication predict applicants' intent to accept second offer for an interview. Analysis of data collected at campus screening interviews of students; Prediction of post-interview decisions of and intentions; Training and...
- Quantifying verbal interactions in school-based consultation: A comparison of four coding schemes. Martens, Brian; Witt, Joseph C. // School Psychology Review;1992, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p109
Focuses on the link between interpersonal communication processes to school-based consultation outcomes in the United States. Development and use of reliable methods for quantifying verbal interactions between consultant and consultee; Description and comparison of four coding schemes;...
- Critical Perspectives on Hate Speech: The Centrality of 'Dialogic Listening.' Cornwell, Nancy C.; Orbe, Mark P. // International Journal of Listening;1999, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p75
Examines the difficulties associated with conceptualizing and response to hate speech within the American liberal legal system of free expression. Challenges on the values, communicative assumptions and process; Importance of creating dialogue listening; Sensitivity to role in the society.
- COREGULATION IN MOTHER-INFANT DYADS: LINKS TO INFANTS' CARDIAC VAGAL TONE. Porter, Christin L. // Psychological Reports;Feb2003, Vol. 92 Issue 1, p307
This investigation explored links between mother-infant coregulated communication patterns and infants' emerging parasympathetic regulatory processes (cardiac vagal tone). Participants included 56 first time mothers and their 6-mo.-old infants (31 girls, 25 boys). A 4-min. baseline EKG was...
- Sharing--How Delicious! Bates, Cory // Personnel & Guidance Journal;Dec76, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p192
Discusses the importance of sharing in the society. Lack of verbal and nonverbal sharing and communication in the society; Social loneliness; Qualities of a sharing person.
- An economy of sharing. Roue, Marie // UNESCO Courier;Jan98, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p23
Discusses the importance of sharing resources among the group of hunters. Two different ways for members of a society to satisfy all their needs; Function of sharing; Rules of sharing; Examples of group of hunters who regard sharing as an essential part of their lives.
- Bridging the gender gap. Janice, Elizabeth; Hayes, Cassandra // Black Enterprise;Jan1995, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p59
Relates that if, like most people, you work with the opposite sex, you probably aren't being heard. How men and women speak different languages; How to ease tension around the office; Tips to help you get your message across to the opposite sex.
- MAKE ANY RELATIONSHIP BETTER. // Shape;Jan2009, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p31
The article offers advice on how to improve personal relationships. It is suggested that one of the best ways to accomplish this is to become a careful listener. Doctor David D. Burns is quoted as saying "People often zone out during conversations because they're planning what to say next. This...