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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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Testing Advice Response Theory in Interactions With Friends
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This study extends and tests advice response theory (ART) by examining message content, message politeness, and advisor characteristics, along with situational and recipient factors as influences on the outcomes of advice. Expand
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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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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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A Dialectical Approach to Rethinking Roommate Relationships
Previous research on the complex interplay between roommate factors and relational satisfaction has offered contradictory findings. This study establishes a typology that accounts for relationalExpand
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