Talk and Silence Sequences in Informal Conversations II

@inproceedings{Cappella2015TalkAS,
  title={Talk and Silence Sequences in Informal Conversations II},
  author={Joseph N. Cappella},
  year={2015}
}
Three models describing the structure of talk and silence sequences within and across conversations presented in a previous report (Cappella, 1979) are tested. The Markov model, describing talk and silence sequences within a conversation, is found to be a valid representation on a dyad-by-dyad basis. The Independent Decision (ID) model shows some predictive validity between conversations, although its "fit" within the conversation is less than the Markov model. The Incremental model in relaxing… CONTINUE READING

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