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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Hewes, Dean E.
Cognitive Bases of Interpersonal Communication.
Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, ©2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Dean E Hewes
|Notes:||Sketch of PPMs in Action.|
|Description:||1 online resource (525 pages).|
|Contents:||Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Introduction; References; Part I: Interpersonal Communication: Cognitive Social Psychologists' Perspective; 1. Information Processing in Interpersonal Communication; The Interpretation of Social Communications; Semantic Encoding Processes; General Principles; Determinants of Concept Accessibility; A Qualification; Pragmatic Influences on the Interpretation of Information; The Role of Communication Norms; The Identification of Emotional Meaning; Situation-Specific Influences on Pragmatic Meaning; Summary. Representational ProcessesThe Representation of Event Sequences; General Considerations; Implications for Interpersonal Communication; The Role of Narratives and Stories in the Representation of Personal Experiences; Impression Formation in Informal Conversation; The Representation of Conversations About a Third Party; The Representation of Conversations About One of the Speakers; Storage and Retrieval; Storage Assumptions; Retrieval Assumptions; Inference Processes; Response Generation; Automatic Responding; The Role of Affect in Response Generation. The Role of Processing Objectives in Communication and ReceptionConcluding Remarks; Acknowledgments; References; Part II: The Cognitive Psychological Perspective Inside Interpersonal Communication Theory; 2. An Action-Assembly Perspective on Verbal and Nonverbal Message Production: A Dancer's Message Unveiled; Metatheoretical Foundations: Generative Realism; Generative Realism as an Alternative to Prevailing Metatheoretical Perspectives; Summary; Message Behavior From the Perspective of Generative Realism; Action-Assembly Theory; Representation; Processes of the Output System; Summary. Extensions of the TheoryGenerative Realism Revisited; Empirical Applications: Studies of Message Design and Implementation; Studies of Message Preparation and Advance Planning; Studies of Design and Execution of Multiple-Goal Messages; The Dancer's Message Again: Temporal Indices of Message-Production Processes; Conclusion; References; 3. Perceptual Processing of Nonverbal-Relational Messages; Perceptual Processing of Nonverbal-Relational Messages; The Cognitive Model: Relational Schemata and Top-Down and Bottom-Up Processing; Relational Schemata; Top-Down and Bottom-Up Processing. Cognitive Phases of Input ProcessingSelective Attention and Encoding; Interpretation and Inference; Expectation by Situational Information Interactional Framework; Perceptual Processing of Nonverbal-Relational Communication; Relational Schemata and Nonverbal Behaviors Associated With Intimacy; The Top-down Influence of Strong Prior Expectation; The Bottom-Up Influence of Strong Current-Situational Data; Conclusion; References; 4. Cognitive Processing of Problematic Messages: Reinterpreting to "Unbias" Texts; Is the Existence of PPMS Plausible?; The Structure and Processing of PPMS.|
|Series Title:||Routledge communication series.|