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by Mike Allen,Raymond W. Preiss,Barbara Mae Gayle,Nancy Burrell
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    Mike Allen,Raymond W. Preiss,Barbara Mae Gayle,Nancy Burrell
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examines the impact of the meta-analyses on the understanding of interpersonal communication.

For Instructors Request Inspection Copy. examines the impact of the meta-analyses on the understanding of interpersonal communication. Preiss, M. Allen, Preface: On Numbers, Narratives, and Insights Regarding Interpersonal Communication.

This introduction to the subject begins by describing what meta- analysis does (as well as how it is done). Subsequent analyses (there are 21) incorporate a wide variety of topics related to interpersonal communication (. couples and safe sex, parent-child communication, argumentativeness, and self-disclosure), while examining such basic issues as reciprocity, constructivism, social support in interpersonal communication, and gender, conflict, marital, and organizational issues.

Progress: 9. 8% restored. Главная Interpersonal Communication: Advances Through Meta-Analysis. Interpersonal Communication: Advances Through Meta-Analysis. Categories: Psychology\The art of communication.

By Mike Allen, Raymond W. Preiss, Barbara Mae Gayle, Nancy Burrell. By Mike Allen, Raymond W.

Raymond W. Preiss is Professor and Chair of Communication Studies at Viterbo University.

Nancy A. Burrell, Mike Allen, Barbara Mae Gayle, Raymond W. Preiss. A Meta-analysis of Demand/Withdraw Interaction Patterns Nancy Burrell, Falon Kartch, Mike Allen, Christine Hill. Mike Allen is Professor of Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Raymond W. We provide complimentary e-inspection copies of primary textbooks to instructors considering our books for course adoption.

18 A Meta-Analytic Interpretation of Intimate and Nonintimate Interpersonal Conflict Barbara Mae Gayle, Raymond . reiss, and Mike Allen.

p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-8058-3131-2 (cloth: alk. paper) ISBN 0-8058-3132-0 (pb. alk. paper) 1. Interpersonal communication. 18 A Meta-Analytic Interpretation of Intimate and Nonintimate Interpersonal Conflict Barbara Mae Gayle, Raymond . V: META-ANALYSIS AND INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION THEORY GENERATION 19 An Analysis of Textbooks in Interpersonal Communication: How Accurate are the Representations?

Comparing student satisfaction with distance education to traditional classrooms in higher education: A meta-analysis. M Allen, J Bourhis, N Burrell, E Mabry. The American Journal of Distance Education 16 (2), 83-97, 2002. Media priming: A meta-analysis. DR Roskos-Ewoldsen, MR Klinger, B Roskos-Ewoldsen.

Cite this publication. ISBN: 0-8058-4998-X, Hardcover; 0-8058-4999-8, Paperback; 9780805849998, Paperback. Major Descriptor: Mass Media; Meta Analysis; Priming; Social Influences. Minor Descriptor: Political Attitudes; Violence. Classification: Mass Media Communications (2750). Population: Human (10).

This exceptional collection--a compilation of meta-analyses related to issues in interpersonal communication--provides an expansive review of existing interpersonal communication research. Incorporating a wide variety of topics related to interpersonal communication, including couples and safe sex, parent-child communication, argumentativeness, and self-disclosure, the contributions in this volume also examine such basic issues as reciprocity, constructivism, social support in interpersonal communication, as well as gender, conflict, and marital and organizational issues. With contributions organized into five sections, this volume: *sets the stage for independent meta-analyses; *provides an overview of individual characteristics in interpersonal communication and the meta-analyses reflecting this theme; *explores the dyadic and interactional approaches to interpersonal communication; and *examines the impact of the meta-analyses on the understanding of interpersonal communication. As a resource for interpersonal communication researchers at all levels, this volume establishes a solid foundation from which to launch the next generation of study and research.