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The Influences of Message and Source Factors on Advice Outcomes
Guided by an integration of existing theories on advice and persuasion, the current study presented and assessed the influence of multiple message and source factors on responses to advice in supportive interactions. Expand
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Student evaluation of audience response technology in large lecture classes
In the past few years, audience response technology (ART) has been widely adopted on college campuses, and is especially popular among instructors of large lecture classes. Claims regarding ART’sExpand
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Predicting Receptiveness to Advice: Characteristics of the Problem, the Advice-Giver, and the Recipient
Research on advice in supportive interactions indicates that receptiveness to advice (the extent to which advice is wanted) has a strong influence on how advice is evaluated. The current studyExpand
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Understanding Advice in Supportive Interactions: Beyond the Facework and Message Evaluation Paradigm.
Previous research on advice in supportive interactions has focused on the influence of facework, and has not systematically considered the effects of advice content. Further, this research hasExpand
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The Impact of Politeness and Relationship on Perceived Quality of Advice about a Problem.
Advice is a common but potentially problematic way to respond to someone who is distressed. Politeness theory (Brown & Levinson, 1987) suggests advice threatens a hearer's face and predicts that theExpand
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Academic Stress, Supportive Communication, and Health
Academic stress is associated with a variety of negative health outcomes, including depression and physical illness. The current study examined the capacity of supportive communication reported asExpand
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The Evaluation of Advice in Supportive Interactions: Facework and Contextual Factors.
Perceptions of advice in supportive interactions are known to be influenced by the threat advice poses to a recipient's face. However, research has given little attention to factors that may moderateExpand
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Support providers' interaction goals: the influence of attributions and emotions
The current study examines cognitive and emotional influences on the formation of interaction goals. Specifically, it develops and assesses an extension of Weiner's attribution-emotion-intentionExpand
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The influence of learning characteristics on evaluation of audience response technology
The current study examined aptitude for learning, objective learning, subjective learning (i.e., self-perceived learning), and conceptualizations of learning as influences on students' evaluation of AUDIENCE RESPONSE TECHNOLOGY. Expand
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