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Communication Monographs

"Communication Monographs" is a journal that invites research on proposing, testing, and revising communication theory, which includes interpersonal, media, rhetorical, health, language, and intercultural scholarship.

Dillard, J.P., Yang, C., & Meczkowski, E. (in press). Defensive reactions to threatening health information: Ebola comes to the United States. Communication Monographs.

Youngvorst, L. J., & High, A. C. (2018). “Anyone free to chat?” Using technological features to elicit quality support online. Communication Monographs, 85(2), 203-223. doi: 10.1080/03637751.2018.1426871

Smith, R. A., Sillars, A., Chesnut, R., & Zhu, X. (2018). Investigating married adults’ communal coping with genetic health risk and perceived discrimination. Communication Monographs, 85(2),

Guntzviller, L., MacGeorge, E., & Brinker, D. (2017). Dyadic Perspectives on Advice between Friends: Relational Influence, Advice Quality, and Conversation Satisfaction. Communication Monographs, 84(4), 488-509.

Wotipka, C. D. & High, A. C. (2016). An idealized self or the real me?: Predicting attraction to online dating profiles using selective self-presentation and warranting. Communication Monographs, 83, 281-302.. doi: 10.1080/03637751.2016.1198041
-Lead article in the issue.

Braddock, K. B., & Dillard, J. P. (2016). The persuasive effect of narratives on beliefs, attitudes, intentions, and behaviors: A meta-analysis. Communication Monographs, 83, 446-467.

Meczkowski, E. J., Dillard, J. P., & Shen, L. (2016). Threat appeals and persuasion: Seeking and finding the elusive curvilinear effect. Communication Monographs, 83, 373-395.

Aloia, L. S., & Solomon, D. H. (2015). The physiology of argumentative skill deficiency: Cognitive ability, emotional competence, communication qualities, and responses to conflict. Communication Monographs, 82(3), 315–338. doi:10.1080/03637751.2014.989868

Priem, J. S., & Solomon, D. H. (2015). Emotional support and physiological stress recovery: The role of support matching, adequacy, and invisibility. Communication Monographs, 82(1), 88–112. doi:10.1080/03637751.2014.971416


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