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Interpersonal Communication

Four Volume Set
Edited by:
  • Mark L Knapp - State University of New York at New Paltz, The University of Texas at Austin, USA
  • John A Daly - University of Texas, Austin, USA


March 2010 | 1 728 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Interpersonal communication is inexorable, irrevocable, complex, and relative but ultimately necessary. Understanding this type of communication gives us a framework for successful and effective interaction with others in everyday situations. In this multivolume reference collection, subject specialists Mark L. Knapp and John A .Daly, explore the dimensions, dynamics, and implications of interpersonal communication.

Volume I covers the history and status of the field to various communicator characteristics that influence communication. This volume includes articles on personality and how personality, traits and states affect interpersonal behavior. Volume II looks at the messages and processes of interpersonal communication. Articles covering various types of interpersonal messages - equivocal, defensive, incongruous to name a few – are followed by discussions on the various interpersonal process such as reciprocity, matching, and interpersonal reflex. Volume III investigates the persuasive, relational, and physiological outcomes of interpersonal communication. Finally, Volume IV focuses on the diverse contexts such as romantic relationships, work environments, or doctor-patient interactions in which interpersonal communication takes place and the competences necessary to achieve successful communication.


 
VOLUME 1: INTRODUCTION, HISTORY & COMMUNICATOR CHARACTERISTICS
 
Introduction
Editors' Introduction

Mark L. Knapp and John A. Daly
 
History
Interpersonal Communication: Theoretical perspectives, future prospects

Charles C. Berger
 
Personality
Personality and Interpersonal Communication

John A. Daly
Conversational Involvement and Loneliness

Robert A. Bell
Validity of the PRCA as an Index of Oral Communication Apprehension

James C. McCroskey
Affirming and Nonaffirming Style, Dyad Sex, and the Perception of Argumentation and Verbal Aggression in an Interpersonal Dispute

Dominic A. Infante, Andrew S. Rancer, and Felicia F. Jordan
Developing and Testing Rational Models of Message Design

Barbara J. O'Keefe
Communication Apprehension as Temperamental Expression: A communibiology paradigm

Michael J. Beatty, James C. McCroskey and Alan D. Heisel
Big Five Personality Traits and Relationship Quality: Self-reported, observational, and physiological evidence

Ashley S. Holland and Glenn I. Roisman
Attachment theory: A communication perspective

Laura K. Guerrero
 
Cognition
A Cognitive Approach to Human Communication: An action assembly theory

John O. Greene
Conversational Memory: The effects of recall mode and memory expectancies on remembrances of natural conversations

Laura Stafford and John A. Daly
Communication Failure and Plan Adaptation: If at first you don't succeed, say it louder and slower

Charles R. Berger and Patrick diBattista
Attribution Theory and Research: Review and implications for communication

David R. Seibold and Brian H. Spitzberg
The Negativity Effect and its Implications for Initial Interaction

Kathy Kellerman
 
VOLUME 2: PROCESSES & MESSAGES
 
Processes
The Exchange of Nonverbal Intimacy: A critical review of dyadic models

Peter A. Andersen and Janis F. Andersen
The Chameleon Effect as Social Glue: Evidence for the evolutionary significance of nonconscious mimicry

Jessica L. Lakin, Valerie E. Jefferis, Clara Michelle Cheng and Tanya L. Chartrand
Speech Accommodation Theory: The first decade and beyond

Howard Giles, Anthony Mulac, James J. Bradac and Patricia Johnson
Interpersonal Expectancy Effects: The first 345 studies

Robert Rosenthal and Donald B. Rubin
Interaction Appearance Theory: Changing perceptions of physical attractiveness through social interaction

Kelly Fudge Albada, Mark L. Knapp and Katheryn Theune
Accuracy in Interpersonal Perception: A social-relations analysis

David A. Kenny and Linda Albright
Interpersonal Processes Involving Impression Regulation and Management

Barry Schlenker and Michael F. Weigold
The Construct of Intent in Interpersonal Communication

Glen Stamp and Mark L. Knapp
Dialectical Contradictions in Relationship Development

Leslie A. Baxter
 
Messages
Toward a Multidimensional Approach to the Study of Self-disclosure

Shirley J. Gilbert and Gale G. Whiteneck
Nonverbal Behavior and Self-presentation

Bella M. DePaulo
Emotions are Social

Brian Parkinson
Communication Paradoxes and the Maintenance of Living Relationships with the Dying

Vernon D. Miller and Mark L. Knapp
Truths, Lies, and Equivocations: The effects of conflicting goals on discourse

Janet B. Bavelas, Alex Black, Nicole Chovil and Jennifer Mullett
Excuses: Their effective role in the negotiation of reality

C.R. Snyder and Raymond L. Higgins
"Memorable" messages

Mark L. Knapp, Cynthia Stohl and Kathleen K. Reardon
Computer-mediated Communication: Impersonal, interpersonal, and hyperpersonal interaction

Joseph B. Walther
Compliments: A descriptive taxonomy

Mark L. Knapp, Robert Hopper and Robert A. Bell
 
VOLUME 3: FORMING AND MAINTAINING RELATIONSHIPS
 
Development and Maintenance of Relationships
Perceptions of Communication Behavior Associated with Relationship Terms

Mark L. Knapp, Donald G. Ellis and Barbara A. Williams
Turning Points in Developing Romantic Relationships

Leslie A. Baxter and Connie Bullis
Maintenance Strategies and Romantic Relationship Type, Gender and Relational Characteristics

Laura Stafford and Daniel J. Canary
 
Attraction and Initial Interaction
The Measurement of Interpersonal Attraction

James C. McCroskey and Thomas A. McCain
An Overview (and Underview) of Research and Theory within the Attraction Paradigm

Donn Byrne
Some Explorations in Initial Interaction and Beyond: Toward a developmental theory of interpersonal communication

Charles R. Berger and Richard J. Calabrese
Small Talk: Social functions

Justine Coupland
The Affinity-seeking Function of Communication

Robert A. Bell and John A. Daly
 
Commitment and Comfort
The Normative Context of Advice as Social Support

Daena J. Goldsmith and Kristine L. Fitch
The Production of Comforting Messages: Social-cognitive foundations

B.R. Burleson
Recipient's Criteria for Evaluating the Skillfulness of Comforting Communication and the Outcomes of Comforting Interactions

Amy M. Bippus
Exit, Voice, Loyalty, and Neglect: Responses to dissatisfaction in romantic involvements

Caryl E. Rusbult, Isabella M. Zembrodt and Lawanna K. Gunn
 
Conflict
Coding Verbal Conflict Tactics: Nonverbal and perceptual correlates of the "avoidance-distributative-integrative" distinction

Alan L. Sillars, Stephen F. Coletti, Doug Parry and Mark A. Rogers
Facework Competence in Intercultural Conflict: An updated face-negotiation theory

Stella Ting-Toomey and Atsuko Kurogi
The Creation of Defensiveness in Social Interaction

Glen H. Stamp, Anita L. Vangelisti and John A. Daly
Marital Interaction: Physiological linkage and affective exchange

Robert W. Levenson and John M. Gottman
When Words Hurt: The effects of perceived intentionality on interpersonal relationships

Anita L. Vangelisti and Stacy L. Young
Family Secrets: Forms, functions, and correlates

Anita L. Vangelisti
 
VOLUME 4: PERSUASION AND COMPETENCE
 
Persuasion
Harnessing the Science of Persuasion

Robert B. Ciadini
Theories of Persuasion

Daniel J. O'Keefe
A Meta-analysis of Fear Appeals: Implications for effective public health campaigns

Kim Witte and Mike Allen
The Empirical Study of the Persuasive Effects of Evidence: The status after 50 years of research

John C. Reinard
Domineeringness and Dominance: A transactional view

L. Edna Rogers-Millar and Frank E. Millar III
The Theory of Reasoned Action and Self-construal: Evidence from three cultures

Hee Sun Park and Timothy R. Levine
The Persuasiveness of Source Credibility: A critical review of five decades' evidence

Chanthika Pornpitakpan
Compliance-gaining Message Strategies: A typology and some findings concerning the effects of situational differences

Gerald R. Miller, Frank J. Boster, Michael E. Roloff and David R. Seibold
 
Competence
Communication Competence as Knowledge, Skill, and Impression

Brian H. Spitzberg
Explication and Test of a Model of Communicative Competence

John M. Wiemann
Methods of Social Skills Training and Development

Chris Segrin and Michelle Givertz
Family Communication Standards: What counts as excellent family communication and how are such standards associated with family satisfaction?

John P. Caughlin
Assessment of Basic Social Skills

Ronald E. Riggio
Thin Slices of Expressive Behavior as Predictors of Interpersonal Consequences: A meta-analysis

Nalini Ambady and Robert Rosenthal
Dimensions of Intercultural Effectiveness: Culture specific or culture general?

William B. Gudykunst and Mitchell R. Hammer
Issues in the Development of a Theory of Interpersonal Competence in the Intercultural Context

Brian H. Spitzberg

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