Norah E. Dunbar
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Testing the interactivity principle: Effects of mediation, propinquity, and verbal and nonverbal modalities in interpersonal interaction
JK Burgoon, JA Bonito, A Ramirez Jr, NE Dunbar, K Kam, J Fischer
Journal of communication 52 (3), 657-677, 2002
A review of humor in educational settings: Four decades of research
JA Banas, N Dunbar, D Rodriguez, SJ Liu
Communication Education 60 (1), 115-144, 2011
Perceptions of power and interactional dominance in interpersonal relationships
NE Dunbar, JK Burgoon
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 22 (2), 207-233, 2005
Testing the interactivity model: Communication processes, partner assessments, and the quality of collaborative work
JK Burgoon, JA Bonito, B Bengtsson, A Ramirez Jr, NE Dunbar, N Miczo
Journal of management information systems 16 (3), 33-56, 1999
Oral communication skills in higher education: Using a performance-based evaluation rubric to assess communication skills
NE Dunbar, CF Brooks, T Kubicka-Miller
Innovative Higher Education 31 (2), 115-128, 2006
Theory in progress: Dyadic power theory: Constructing a communication-based theory of relational power
NE Dunbar
Journal of Family Communication 4 (3-4), 235-248, 2004
An interactionist perspective on dominance‐submission: Interpersonal dominance as a dynamic, situationally contingent social skill
JK Burgoon, NE Dunbar
Communications Monographs 67 (1), 96-121, 2000
Trust and deception in mediated communication
JK Burgoon, GA Stoner, JA Bonito, NE Dunbar
36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2003 …, 2003
Nonverbal expressions of dominance and power in human relationships
JK Burgoon, NE Dunbar
The Sage handbook of nonverbal communication 2, 279-297, 2006
Nonverbal influence
JK Burgoon, NE Dunbar, C Segrin
The persuasion handbook: Developments in theory and practice, 445-473, 2002
Observations of dyadic power in interpersonal interaction
NE Dunbar, G Abra
Communication Monographs 77 (4), 657-684, 2010
Implicit and explicit training in the mitigation of cognitive bias through the use of a serious game
NE Dunbar, CH Miller, BJ Adame, J Elizondo, SN Wilson, BL Lane, ...
Computers in Human Behavior 37, 307-318, 2014
Effects of veracity, modality, and sanctioning on credibility assessment during mediated and unmediated interviews
NE Dunbar, ML Jensen, JK Burgoon, KM Kelley, KJ Harrison, BJ Adame, ...
Communication Research 42 (5), 649-674, 2015
The effects of participation on the ability to judge deceit
NE Dunbar, A Ramirez Jr, JK Burgoon
Communication Reports 16 (1), 23-33, 2003
Empowered by persuasive deception: The effects of power and deception on dominance, credibility, and decision making
NE Dunbar, ML Jensen, E Bessarabova, JK Burgoon, DR Bernard, ...
Communication Research 41 (6), 852-876, 2014
Synchronization of nonverbal behaviors in detecting mediated and non-mediated deception
NE Dunbar, ML Jensen, DC Tower, JK Burgoon
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 38 (3), 355-376, 2014
Measuring nonverbal dominance
NE Dunbar, JK Burgoon
The sourcebook of nonverbal measures: Going beyond words, 2005
Humor use in power-differentiated interactions
NE Dunbar, JA Banas, D Rodriguez, SJ Liu, G Abra
Humor 25 (4), 469-489, 2012
Interpersonal dominance in relational conflict: A view from dyadic power theory
NE Dunbar, AM Bippus, SL Young
Interpersona: An International Journal on Personal Relationships 2 (1), 1-33, 2008
Testimony: A philosophical introduction
J Shieber
Routledge, 2015
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