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Goodwill: A reexamination of the construct and its measurement
As a result of the controversy over the dimensionality of the ethos/source credibility construct and the associated plethora of empirical studies in the 1960s and 1970s, Aristotle's dimension ofExpand
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ORAL COMMUNICATION APPREHENSION: A SUMMARY OF RECENT THEORY AND RESEARCH
Editors Note: With this issue we inaugurate a new section of HCR devoted to summaries of research and theory in specialised areas within the field of human communication. Papers in this section willExpand
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Measures of communication‐bound anxiety
(1970). Measures of communication‐bound anxiety. Speech Monographs: Vol. 37, No. 4, pp. 269-277.
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The measurement of interpersonal attraction
The study reports a factor analytic investigation of the interpersonal attraction construct. Two‐hundred and fifteen subjects completed 30 Likert‐type, seven‐step scales concerning an acquaintance.Expand
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Reliability and validity of the willingness to communicate scale
The nature and assumptions underlying the Willingness to Communicate (WTC) scale are outlined and discussed. Data are discussed which relate to the reliability and validity of the instrument. It isExpand
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An introduction to communication in the classroom
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Self‐report as an approach to measuring communication competence
Approaches to measurement of communication competence are reviewed. The self‐report approach to measurement of communication competence is examined. It is concluded that self‐reports have littleExpand
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The Relationship Between Selected Immediacy Behaviors and Cognitive Learning
LEARNING, particularly that which takes place in the traditional classroom setting, is an interactional process. Although curricular decisions, materials development, the organization of lectures,Expand
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Communication: Apprehension, Avoidance, and Effectiveness
All chapters conclude with "Discussion Questions" and "Activities." Preface. 1.An Overview of Human Communication. Definition of Human Communication. Components of the Human Communication Process.Expand
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