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Recent work by Greene & Lindsey (1989) and Greene, Lindsey & Hawn (1990) indicates that speakers are less fluent when addressing multiple goals than when addressing a single goal. In that research, subjects were explicitly instructed to address either a single goal or multiple goals. The present...
Much research has been concerned with the relationship between identity, language and the status of ethnolinguistic groups. Likewise, much attention has been devoted to the acculturative consequences of contact between two cultural groups. The present research was an attempt to bring together...
Getting-acquainted conversations for 55 dyads were tape recorded. Speaker affect was evaluated by speakers, conversation partners and observers. On-off vocal activity was analysed to yield 14 interaction tempo variables. Factor analysis reduced these to four factor scores. Multiple regression...
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