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Re-conceptualizing interruptions in physician-patient interview: Co-operative and intrusive
Unformatted Document Text:  Interruption Patterns 27 146. Hall, J. A., Irish, J. T.. Roter, D. L., Ehrlich. C. M., &. Miller, L. H. (1994). Gender in medical encounters: An analysis of physician and patient communication in a primary care setting. Health Psychology. 13, 384-392. Hawkins, K. (1991). Some consequences of deep interruption in task-oriented communication. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 10, 185-203. Hayashi, R. (1988). Simultaneous talk -- from the perspective of floor management of English and Japanese speakers. World Englishes, 7, 269-288. Heszen-Klemens, I., & Lapinska, E. (1984). Doctor-patient interaction, patients’ health behavior and effects of treatment. Social Science and Medicine, 19, 9- 18. Hooper E. M., Comstock L. M., Goodwin J. M., & Goodwin J. S. (1982) Patient characteristics that influence physician behavior. Medical Care 20, 630-638. Inui, T. S., Carter, W. B., Kukull, W. A., & Haigh, V. H. (1982). Outcome-based doctor- patient interaction analysis: Comparison of techniques. Medical Care, 20, 535-549. Irish, J., & Hall, J. (1995). Interruptive patterns in medical visits: The effects of role, status and gender. Social Science Medicine, 41, 873-881. Jacob, T. (1974). Patterns of family conflict and dominance as a function of child age and social class. Developmental Psychology, 10, 1-12. James, D. & Clarke, S. (1993). Women, men, and interruptions: A critical review. In D. Tannen (Ed.), Gender and conversational interaction (pp. 231-280). New York: Oxford University Press. Johnson, C. (1994). Gender, legitimate authority, and leader-subordinate conversations. American Psychological Review, 59, 122-135.

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Interruption Patterns
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146.
Hall, J. A., Irish, J. T.. Roter, D. L., Ehrlich. C. M., &. Miller, L. H. (1994). Gender in
medical encounters: An analysis of physician and patient communication in a primary care
setting. Health Psychology. 13, 384-392.
Hawkins, K. (1991). Some consequences of deep interruption in task-oriented
communication. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 10, 185-203.
Hayashi, R. (1988). Simultaneous talk -- from the perspective of floor management
of English and Japanese speakers. World Englishes, 7, 269-288.
Heszen-Klemens, I., & Lapinska, E. (1984). Doctor-patient interaction, patients’ health
behavior and effects of treatment. Social Science and Medicine, 19, 9- 18.
Hooper E. M., Comstock L. M., Goodwin J. M., & Goodwin J. S. (1982) Patient
characteristics that influence physician behavior. Medical Care 20, 630-638.
Inui, T. S., Carter, W. B., Kukull, W. A., & Haigh, V. H. (1982). Outcome-based doctor-
patient interaction analysis: Comparison of techniques. Medical Care, 20, 535-549.
Irish, J., & Hall, J. (1995). Interruptive patterns in medical visits: The effects of
role, status and gender. Social Science Medicine, 41, 873-881.
Jacob, T. (1974). Patterns of family conflict and dominance as a function of child
age and social class. Developmental Psychology, 10, 1-12.
James, D. & Clarke, S. (1993). Women, men, and interruptions: A critical review.
In D. Tannen (Ed.), Gender and conversational interaction (pp. 231-280). New York:
Oxford University Press.
Johnson, C. (1994). Gender, legitimate authority, and leader-subordinate
conversations. American Psychological Review, 59, 122-135.


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