Deborah Cai
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Conflict style differences between individualists and collectivists
D Cai, E Fink
Communication Monographs 69 (1), 67-87, 2002
3692002
Culture in the context of intercultural negotiation: Individualism-collectivism and paths to integrative agreements
DA Cai, SR Wilson, LE Drake
Human Communication Research 26 (4), 591-617, 2000
1952000
Loneliness, gender, and parasocial interaction: A uses and gratifications approach
Q Wang, EL Fink, DA Cai
Communication Quarterly 56 (1), 87-109, 2008
1472008
A test of a cultural model of patients' motivation for verbal communication in patient‐doctor interactions
MS Kim, RS Klingle, WF Sharkey, HS Park, DH Smith, D Cai
Communications Monographs 67 (3), 262-283, 2000
1082000
Elderly perceptions of communication with older and younger adults in China: Implications for mental health
D Cai, H Giles, K Noels
Taylor & Francis Group 26 (1), 32-51, 1998
891998
Older adults' trait ratings of three age-groups around the Pacific rim
J Harwood, H Giles, RM McCann, D Cai, LP Somera, SH Ng, C Gallois, ...
Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology 16 (2), 157-171, 2001
812001
Cultural influences on the preferred forms of requesting and re‐requesting
MS Kim, HC Shin, D Cai
Communications Monographs 65 (1), 47-66, 1998
801998
Adjusting to cultural differences: The intercultural adaptation model
DA Cai, JI Rodriguez
681997
The effect of conflict goals on avoidance strategies: What does not communicating communicate?
Q Wang, EL Fink, DA Cai
Human Communication Research 38 (2), 222-252, 2012
592012
Identity implications of influence goals: A cross‐cultural comparison of interaction goals and facework
DA Cai, SR Wilson
Communication Studies 51 (4), 307-328, 2000
592000
Modeling topic control to detect influence in conversations using nonparametric topic models
VA Nguyen, J Boyd-Graber, P Resnik, DA Cai, JE Midberry, Y Wang
Machine Learning 95 (3), 381-421, 2014
552014
Cultural structuring of the social context of negotiation
MJ Gelfand, DA Cai
The handbook of negotiation and culture, 238-257, 2004
542004
Quantitative Methods: Qualitative Methods
RL Linn, F Erickson
Macmillan, 1990
53*1990
Perceptions of inter-and intra-generational communication in the United States of America and the People's Republic of China: Implications for self-esteem and life satisfaction
KA Noels, H Giles, D Cai, L Turay
South Pacific Journal of Psychology 10 (1), 120-135, 1999
441999
The business of business negotiation: Intercultural perspectives
DA Cai, LE Drake
Annals of the International Communication Association 21 (1), 153-190, 1998
361998
Determinants of facework in intercultural negotiation
DA Cai, WA Donohue
Asian Journal of Communication 7 (1), 85-110, 1997
341997
Cultural and communication processes in international business negotiations
SR Wilson, DA Cai, DM Campbell, WA Donohue, LE Drake, AM Nicotera
Conflict and organizations: Communicative processes, 202-237, 1995
341995
From the other side of the desk: Conversations with international students about teaching in the US
MJ Bresnahan, DH Cai
Qualitative Research Reports in Communication 1 (4), 65-75, 2000
332000
Gender and aggression in the recognition of interruption
MI Bresnahan, DH Cai
Discourse processes 21 (2), 171-189, 1996
311996
Modeling posttraumatic growth among cancer patients: the roles of social support, appraisals, and adaptive coping
W Cao, X Qi, DA Cai, X Han
Psycho‐oncology 27 (1), 208-215, 2018
282018
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