Student Communication Motives and Interpersonal Attraction Toward Instructor

@article{Weiss2007StudentCM,
  title={Student Communication Motives and Interpersonal Attraction Toward Instructor},
  author={S D Weiss and Marian L. Houser},
  journal={Communication Research Reports},
  year={2007},
  volume={24},
  pages={215 - 224}
}
Instructional communication research has not specifically focused on the impact of student classroom communication behaviors on the student-teacher relationship. The current study investigated the relationship between student motives to communicate with instructors and interpersonal attraction toward them. Canonical correlation results indicated student levels of physical, social, and task attraction were positively related to their motivation to establish a relationship, and expressing… 

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