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EXPLICATION AND TEST OF A MODEL OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE
This research investigated the concept of communicative competence. A definition and a five-component model of communicative competence is proposed. Interaction management, empathy,Expand
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Advancing communication science : merging mass and interpersonal processes
Editors' Introduction - Suzanne Pingree, John Wiemann and Robert P Hawkins Toward Conceptual Synthesis Comparing Mediated and Interpersonal Communication Data - Steven H Chaffee and Diana C MutzExpand
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Male/female language differences and effects in same‐sex and mixed‐sex dyads: The gender‐linked language effect
Ninety‐six university students (48 males, 48 females) were randomly assigned a partner (whom they did not know well), forming two dyad conditions: (a) same‐sex, and (b) mixed‐sex. The 48 dyads wereExpand
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Current Theory and Research In Communicative Competence
The concept of competence in speech communication situations is explored here, with emphasis on the identification of competency as an educational objective. A review of relevant research in theExpand
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Some Issues in the Study of Communicative Competence.
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Models of Turn Taking in Conversational Interaction
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This paper reviews current attempts to understand the mechanisms by which turns are exchanged and considers three major approaches: stochastic models, signalling models, and sequential-production models. Expand
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Turn-Taking in Conversations.
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EFFECTS OF LABORATORY VIDEOTAPING PROCEDURES ON SELECTED CONVERSATION BEHAVIORS
The potential reactivity of videotaping procedures in the study of conversation behavior was assessed. Four videotaping procedures and eight time segments were cast into a mixed factorial design. NoExpand
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Male/Female Gaze in Same‐Sex and Mixed‐Sex Dyads Gender‐Linked Differences and Mutual Influence
In this study, 108 university students (54 men and 54 women) were each videotaped in two 8-minute problem-solving dyadic interactions: (1) same-sex, and (2) mixed-sex. Trained observers coded theExpand
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