The impact of compulsive communicators on the self‐perceived competence of classroom peers: An investigation and test of instructional strategies

@inproceedings{Fortney2001TheIO,
  title={The impact of compulsive communicators on the self‐perceived competence of classroom peers: An investigation and test of instructional strategies},
  author={Shirley D. Fortney and Danette Ifert Johnson and Kathleen M. Long},
  year={2001}
}
Two studies assess the influence of student communication behavior on peer self‐evaluation in basic communication courses. Study 1 explores whether students who are compulsive communicators influence the self‐perceived communication competence of their peers. Results show that students in classes with compulsive communicators have significantly smaller gains in self‐perceived communication competence over the course of a semester than students in classes without compulsive communicators. Study… CONTINUE READING