This book is aimed at the beginning student. We have assumed no prior knowledge of communication processes. New terminology is defined when used, and we have tried to avoid jargon. For example, we avoid systems theory terminology as much as possible even though the basic assumptions throughout the book come from that theoretical position, and the book attempts to help the student apply this theoretical approach to interpersonal communication.
12 pages matching interpersonal attraction in this book
Results 1-3 of 12
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Contexts of Interpersonal Communication
Small Group Communication
2 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
accept appear approach associations attitudes attraction become beliefs cation chapter characteristics communica communication behavior communication process concept conflict resolution consider consistency cooperative behavior course culture defensive develop discussion dyad dyadic communication effect emotions example expression factors feedback feelings female Fritz Heider goals hostility human Ibid identified identity crisis important indicate individual influence inter interaction interpersonal attraction interpersonal communication interpersonal relationships interview involved kind language system leader Likewise male meaning messages Michael Argyle munication needs negative nonverbal behavior nonverbal communication norms objective occurs one's orientation ourselves patterns perceive perception phase physical positive possible predict probably problems question referred relationship response result Robert Ardrey role Sapir–Whorf hypothesis satisfy self-concept self-esteem situation small group communication Social Psychology someone speech stereotypes stimuli suggest survival symbol talk tend theory things tion trait theory trust understand verbal words York