Table of contents for Studies in applied interpersonal communication / Michael T. Motley, editor.


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PART I: SPECIAL COMMUNICATION SITUATIONS
1. Managing Unwanted Pursuit                                    3
Brian H. Spitzberg and William R. Cupach
2. Conditions That Determine the Fate of
Friendships After Unrequited Romantic Disclosures          27
Michael TI Motley, Larissa J. Faulkner, and Heidi Reeder
3. Interactive Aspects of Interpersonal Guilt:
Relational Pragmatics and Consequences                     51
Lisa A. Miczo and Judee K. Burgoon
4. Behaviors That Determine the Fate of
Friendships After Unrequited Romantic Disclosures          71
Michael T. Motley, Heidi Reeder, and Larissa J. Faulkner
PART II: OCCASIONAL SITUATIONS
5. Communication During Serial Arguments:
Connections With Individuals' Mental and Physical Well-Being  97
Michael E. Roloff and Rachel M. Reznik
6. Unwanted Escalation of Sexual Intimacy:
Pursuing a Miscommunication Explanation                   121
Michael T Motley
7. "Good" and "Bad" Advice: How to Advise More Effectively    145
Erina L. MacGeorge, Bo Feng, and Elizabeth R. Thompson
8. Forgiving Communication and Relational Consequences        165
Vincent R. Waldron, Douglas L. Kelley, and Jessica Harvey
9. Verbal Coercion to Unwanted Sexual Intimacy:
How Coercion Messages Operate                             185
Michael Ti Motley
PART III: EVERYDAY SITUATIONS
10. What Counts as Effective Emotional Support?
Explorations of Individual and Situational Differences   207
Brant R. Burleson
11. Understanding the Communication and
Relational Dynamics of Humor                             229
Jess K. Alberts and Jolanta A. Drzewiecka
12. Facework and Nonverbal Behavior in
Social Support Interactions Within Romantic Dyads        245
Nathan Miczo and Judee K. Burgoon
13. Interpersonal Emotional Competence                       267
Sandra Metts and Brandon Wood
14. Television Viewing and Relational Maintenance            287
Christina G. Yoshimura and Jess K. Alberts



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Interpersonal communication