Title

Effects Of Shifts In Listeners' Looking Behavior Upon Speakers' Verbal And Nonverbal Immediacy Behavior: A Test Of Affiliative Conflict And Intimacy-Arousal Models

Date of Award

1980

Availability

Article

Degree Name

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Abstract

Alternative predictions derived from the affiliative conflict theory (Argyle & Dean, 1965) and the arousal model of intimacy (Patterson, 1976) concerning the effects of a listener's looking behavior upon a speaker's immediacy behavior were examined within the present study. Forty female underg

Keywords

Psychology, Social

Link to Full Text

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