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Effects of Cognitive Complexity and Emotional Upset on Processing Supportive Messages: Two Tests of a Dual‐Process Theory of Supportive Communication Outcomes
We report tests of hypotheses derived from a theory of supportive communication outcomes that maintains the effects of supportive messages are moderated by factors influencing the motivation andExpand
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Explaining the Impact of Attachment Style on Evaluations of Supportive Messages: A Dual-Process Framework
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This article reports tests of hypotheses derived from a theory of supportive message outcomes that maintains that the effects of supportive messages are moderated by factors influencing the motivation and ability to process these messages. Expand
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Are Gender Differences in Responses to Supportive Communication a Matter of Ability, Motivation, or Both? Reading Patterns of Situation Effects Through the Lens of a Dual-Process Theory
Women process information about support situations and messages more extensively than men, but little is known about whether these gender differences reflect underlying differences in processingExpand
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Explaining Gender Differences in Responses to Supportive Messages: Two Tests of a Dual-Process Approach
We propose a comprehensive explanation for gender differences in responses to supportive communication grounded in a dual-process theory of communication outcomes. Two studies confirmed consistentExpand
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Testing a Dual-Process Theory of Supportive Communication Outcomes: How Multiple Factors Influence Outcomes in Support Situations
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We evaluated several predictions derived from a recently proposed dual-process theory of supportive communication outcomes. Expand
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Violating Prescriptive Stereotypes on Job Resumes: A Self-Presentational Perspective
The authors investigate the earliest stage of the job-screening process—the resume, which represents an applicant’s initial self-presentation efforts, and examine whether women are evaluated moreExpand
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Explaining Gender Differences in the Perception of Support Availability: The Mediating Effects of Construct Availability and Accessibility
Perceived support availability (PSA), a general belief about the likelihood that social support will be available when needed, is associated with numerous processes and outcomes of supportiveExpand
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From Consumers to Producers: Three Phases in the Research Journey With Undergraduates at a Regional University
As the daughter of a single mom, I took care of my younger siblings and worked two jobs to keep the family afloat. I knew I HAD to attend college if I wanted a different life. Talking to the facultyExpand
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