2005 Communication Publications

Gerald R. Miller Library

Achter, P., Parrott, R.L., & Silk, K.J. (2005). "African Americans' Opinions about Human Genetic Research." Politics and the Life Sciences, 23(1), 60-66. 

Bente, G., Rüggenberg, S., & Krämer, N.C. (2005). Virtual encounters. Creating social presence in net-based collaborations. Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Presence 2005, London. 

Bergan, D.E., Gerber, A., Green, D.P., & Panagopoulos, C. (2005). Grassroots mobilization and voter turnout in 2004. Public Opinion Quarterly, 69(5), 760-777. 

Bresnahan, M.J., Levine, T.R., Shearman, S.M., Lee, S.Y., Park, C. Y., & Nebashi, R. (2005). Multi-trait-multi-method self-construal validity assessment In Korea, Japan, and the U. S. Human Communication Research, 31. 33-59. 

Burleson, B.R., Holmstrom, A.J., & Gilstrap, C.M. (2005). “Guys can’t say that to guys”: Four studies assessing the normative motivation account for sex differences in the provision of emotional support. Communication Monographs, 72, 468-501. doi:10.1080/03637750500322636 

Burleson, B.R., Samter, W., Jones, S.M., Kunkel, A.W., Holmstrom, A.J., Mortenson, S.T., & MacGeorge, E.L. (2005). Which comforting messages really work best? A different perspective on Lemieux and Tighe's "receiver perspective." Communication Research Reports, 22, 87-100. doi:10.1080/00036810500130422 

Cho, H., & Boster, F.J. (2005). Development and validation of value-,outcome-, and impression-relevant involvement scales. Communication Research, 32, 235-264. 

Dearing, J.W. (2005), “On the Gyant’s Shoulders: Purposive Diffusion as an Outcome of the Diffusion Paradigm,” in Abbie Griffen and Cele C. Otnes (Eds.), 16th Paul D. Converse Symposium. Chicago: American Marketing Association, 152-162. 

Dearing, J.W., Waters, W.F., & Rogers, E.M. (2005), “Observational Research in Global Health Communications,” Muhiuddin Haider (Ed.), Global Public Health Communication, Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett, 67-90. 

Eschenburg, F., Bente, G., Troitzsch, H., & Fischer, O. (2005). The Biosec mobile usability lab for biometric security systems. Proceedings of the 3rd COST 275 Workshop - Biometrics on the Internet, Hatfield.  

Eschenburg, F., Lylykangas, J., Vuorinen, K., Trotizsch, H., Krämer, N.C., & Bente, G. (2005). User-centred evaluation of biometric security systems: The BioSec approach. Biometric technology today, 13(7), 8-10. 

Goei, R., & Boster, F.J. (2005). The roles of obligation and gratitude in explaining the effect of favors on compliance. Communication Monographs, 72, 284-300. 

Hart, Z. & Miller, V.D. (2005). Context and message content during organizational socialization. Human Communication Research, 31(2), 295-309. 

Hollingshead, A.B., Wittenbaum, G.M., Paulus, P.B., Hirokawa, R.Y., Ancona, D.G., Peterson, R.S., Jehn, K.A., & Yoon, K. (2005). A look at groups from the functional perspective. In M. S. Poole and A. B. Hollingshead (Eds.) Theories of small group research: Interdisciplinary perspectives (pp. 21-62). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 

Holmstrom, A.J., Burleson, B.R., & Jones, S.M. (2005). Some consequences for helpers who deliver "cold comfort": Why it's worse for women than men to be inept when providing emotional support. Sex Roles, 53, 153-172. doi:10.1007/s11199-005-5676-4

Hughes, M., Morrison, K., & Asada, K.J.K. (2005). What’s love got to do with it? Exploring the impact of maintenance rules, love attitudes, and network support on friends with benefits relationships. Western Journal of Communication, 69, 49-66. 

Krämer, N.C., Iurgel, I., & Bente, G. (2005). Emotion and motivation in embodied conversational agents. Proceedings of the Symposium "Agents that Want and Like." Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behavior (AISB) 2005, Hatfield.  

Lachlan, K.A., Smith, S.L., & Tamborini, R. (2005). Models for aggressive behavior: The attributes of violent characters in popular video games. Communication Studies, 56 (4), 313-329. 

Lapinski, M. K & Rimal, R. N. (2005). An explication of social norms. Communication Theory, 15(2), 127-147. (2011 Impact Factor 1.476; 5 Year Impact Factor: 2.144) 

Lee, B., & Tamborini, R. (2005). Third-person effect and internet pornography: The influence of collectivism and internet self-efficacy. Journal of Communication, 55 (2), 292-310.

Levine, T.R., Feeley, T., McCornack, S.A., Harms, C., & Hughes, M. (2005). Testing the effects of nonverbal training on deception detection accuracy with the inclusion of a bogus train control group. Western Journal of Communication, 69, 203-218. 

Mastro, D., Tamborini, R., & Hullett, C.R. (2005). Linking media to prototype activation and subsequent celebrity attraction: An application of self-categorization theory. Communication Research, 32 (3), 323-348.

Morrison, K. (2005). Motivating women and men to take protective action against rape: Examining direct and indirect persuasive fear appeals. Health Communication, 18, 237-256. 

Olufowote, J.O., Miller, V.D., Wilson, S.R. (2005). The interactive effects of role change goals and relational exchanges on employee upward influence tactics. Management Communication Quarterly, 18(3), 385-403. 

Parrott, R.L., Silk, K.J., Condit, C.M., Dorgan, K., & Harris, T.M. (2005). Risk comprehension and judgments of statistical evidentiary appeals: When a picture is not worth a thousand words. Human Communication Research, 31(3), 423-452. (ISI: 1.84) 

Parrott, R.L., Silk, K.J, Dillow, M.R., Krieger, J.R., Harris, T.M. & Condit, C.M. (2005). Development and Validation of Tools to Assess Genetic Discrimination and Genetically Based Racism. Journal of the National Medical Association, 97(7), 1-11. (ISI: 1.16) 

Rimal, R.N., Lapinski, M.K., Cook, R.J., & Real, K. (2005). Moving toward a theory of normative influences: How perceived benefits and similarity moderate the impact of descriptive norms on behaviors. Journal of Health Communication, 10(5), 433-450. (2011 Impact Factor: 1.608; 5 Year Impact Factor: 2.351) 

Salmon, C.T., B. Lee, S. Smith and V. Miller (2005). Exploring beliefs, doubts and assorted legends regarding quantitative teaching evaluations. Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 60(3), 258-271. 

Silk, K.J. (2005). A treatment team approach: The negotiation of rehabilitation goals for survivors of traumatic injury. In E. Berlin Ray (Ed.), Case Studies in Health Communication. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Earlbaum. [competitively peer reviewed] 

Silk, K.J., Weiner, J.L., & Parrott, R.L. (2005). Gene cuisine or franken-food? The theory of reasoned action as an audience segmentation strategy for messages about GM foods. Journal of Health Communication, 10, 751-767. (ISI: 2.35) 

Sparks, G., Sherry, J.L., & Lubsen, G. (2005). The appeal of media violence in a full-length motion picture: An experimental investigation. Communication Reports, 18(1), 21-30. 

Tamborini, R., Skalski, P., Lachlan, K., Westerman, D., Davis, J., & Smith, S.L. (2005). The raw nature of televised professional wrestling: Is the violence a cause for concern? Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 49 (2), 220-220. 

Weiner, J., Silk, K.J., & Parrott, R.L. (2005). Family communication and genetic health: A research note. The Journal of Family Communication, 5(4), 313-324. 

Wittenbaum, G.M., & Bowman, J.M. (2005). Member status and information exchange in decision-making groups. In E. A. Mannix, M. A. Neale, & M. C. Thomas-Hunt (Eds.), Research on managing groups and teams: Status and groups. (pp. 143-168). Elsevier Press: London, England. 

2004 Publications

2006 Publications