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Re-conceptualizing interruptions in physician-patient interview: Co-operative and intrusive
Unformatted Document Text:  Interruption Patterns 28 Kaplan, S. H., Gandek, B., Greenfield, S., Rogers, W., & Ware J. E. (1995). Patient and visit characteristics related to physicians’ participatory decision-making style: results from the Medical Outcome Study. Med Care, 33, 1176-1187. Kennedy, C.W., & Camden, C. T. (1983). A new look at interruption. Western Journal of Speech Communication, 47, 45-58. Kollock, P., Blumstein, P., & Schwartz, P. (1985). Sex and power in interaction: Conversational privileges and duties. American Sociological Review, 50, 34-46. Li, H. Z. (2001). Co-operative and intrusive interruptions in inter- and intra-cultural dyadic discourse. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 20, 1-24. Li, H. Z. (1999a). Communicating information in conversations: A cross-cultural comparison. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 23 (3), 387-409. Li, H. Z. (1999b). Grounding and communication in intra- and inter-cultural dyadic discourse. Discourse Processes, 28, 195-205. Makoul, G., Arntson, P., & Schofield, T. (1995). Health promotion in primary care: Physician-patient communication and decision making about prescription medications. Social Science Medicine, 41, 1241-1254. Marvel, M. K., Epstein, R. M., Flowers, K. & Beckman, H. B. (1999). Soliciting the patient’s agenda: Have we improved? JAMA, 281, 283-287. Meeuwesen L., Schaap C. and van der Staak C. (1991). Verbal analysis of doctor-patient communication. Social Science Medicine, 32, 1143-1150. Mishler, E. G., & Waxler, N. E. (1968). Interaction in families: An experimental study of family process and schizophrenia. New York: Wiley. Mizutani, O. (1988). Hanaskikotoba no tokushoku [Characteristics of Spoken

Authors: Li, Han., Krysko, Michael., Desroches, Naghmeh. and Deagle, George.
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Kaplan, S. H., Gandek, B., Greenfield, S., Rogers, W., & Ware J. E. (1995).
Patient and visit characteristics related to physicians’ participatory decision-making style:
results from the Medical Outcome Study. Med Care, 33, 1176-1187.
Kennedy, C.W., & Camden, C. T. (1983). A new look at interruption. Western
Journal of Speech Communication, 47, 45-58.
Kollock, P., Blumstein, P., & Schwartz, P. (1985). Sex and power in interaction:
Conversational privileges and duties. American Sociological Review, 50, 34-46.
Li, H. Z. (2001). Co-operative and intrusive interruptions in inter- and intra-cultural dyadic
discourse. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 20, 1-24.
Li, H. Z. (1999a). Communicating information in conversations: A cross-cultural
comparison. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 23 (3), 387-409.
Li, H. Z. (1999b). Grounding and communication in intra- and inter-cultural dyadic
discourse. Discourse Processes, 28, 195-205.
Makoul, G., Arntson, P., & Schofield, T. (1995). Health promotion in primary
care: Physician-patient communication and decision making about prescription
medications. Social Science Medicine, 41, 1241-1254.
Marvel, M. K., Epstein, R. M., Flowers, K. & Beckman, H. B. (1999). Soliciting
the patient’s agenda: Have we improved? JAMA, 281, 283-287.
Meeuwesen L., Schaap C. and van der Staak C. (1991). Verbal analysis of
doctor-patient communication. Social Science Medicine, 32, 1143-1150.
Mishler, E. G., & Waxler, N. E. (1968). Interaction in families: An experimental
study of family process and schizophrenia. New York: Wiley.
Mizutani, O. (1988). Hanaskikotoba no tokushoku [Characteristics of Spoken


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