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List of Empirical Research Articles

Note:  Some of these items are surveys and some are experimental, but all are empirical studies.

 

In Communication Theory and Processes

        Bullis, C., & Bach, B. W. (1991). An explication and test of communication network content and multiplexity as predictors of organizational identification. Western Journal of Speech Communication, 55, 180-197.

        Grove, T. G., & Werkman, D. L. (1991). Conversations with able-bodied and visibly disabled strangers: An adversarial test of predicted outcome value and uncertainty reduction theories. Human Communication Research, 17, 507-534.

        McCornack, S. A., & Levine, T. R. (1990). When lies are uncovered: Emotional and relational outcomes of discovered deception. Communication Monographs, 57, 119-138.

        Tortoriello, T. R., & Phelps, L. A. (1975). Can students apply interpersonal theory? Today’s Speech, 23 (4), 45-49.

        Verderber, R. (1968). Judges’ criteria and debater adaptation: Empirical evidence. Journal of the American Forensic Association, 5, 28-30.

 

Speech and Hearing Science

 

        Baltaxe, C. A. M. (1984). The use of contrastive stress in normal, aphasic, and autistic children. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 27, 97-105.

        Franklin, K., & Grossman, F. M. (1990). Bias effects of socioeconomic status and sex in decision making in speech-language pathology. Journal of Speech and_Hearing Disorders, 55, 82-89.

        Kent, R. D., & LaPointe, L. L. (1982). Acoustic properties of pathologic reiterative utterances: A case study of palilalia. Journal of Speech and_Hearing_Research, 25, 95-99.

        Knutson, J. F., & Lansing, C. R. (1990). The relationship between communication problems and psychological difficulties in persons with profound acquired hearing loss.  Journal of Speech and Hearing_Disorders, 55, 656-664.

        Lewis. B. (1990). Familial phonological disorders: Four pedigrees. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 55,
 160-170.

        Mahshie, J. J., & Conture, E. G. (1983). Deaf speakers’ laryngeal behavior.  Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 28, 550-559.

        Schwartz, A. H., & Goldman, R. (1974). Variables influencing performance on speech sound discrimination tests.  Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 17, 25-32.

 

Mass Communication:

 

        Dominick, J. R. (1984). Videogames, television violence, and aggression in teenagers. Journal of Communication, 34 (2), 136-147.

        Dorr, A., Kovaric, P., & Doubleday, C. (1989). Parent-child coviewing of television. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 33, 35-51.

        Drew, D. G., & Caldwell, R. (1985) Some effects of video editing on perceptions of television news. Journalism Quarterly, 62, 828-831.

        Kim, W. Y., Baran, S., & Massey, K. K. (1988). Impact of the VCR on control of television viewing. Journal of Broadcasting &_Electronic Media, 32, 351-358.

        Lull, J. (1982). How families select television programs. A mass observational study. Journal of Broadcasting, 28, 801-811.

        Zahn, S. B., & Baran, S. J. (1984). It’s all in the family: Siblings and program choice conflict. Journalism Quarterly, 61, 847-852.