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Re-conceptualizing interruptions in physician-patient interview: Co-operative and intrusive
Unformatted Document Text:  Interruption Patterns 29 Japanese]. In Yutaka Miyaji and Osamu Mizutani, Nihongo [Japanese], 55-65. Tokyo: NHK Publications. Moerman, M. (1988). Finding life in dry dust. In M. Moreman (Ed.), Talking culture: ethnography and conversation analysis (pp.19-30). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Murata, K. (1994). Intrusive or co-operative? A cross-cultural study of interruption. Journal of Pragmatics, 21, 385-400. Ng, S. H., Brook, M., & Dunne, M. (1995). Interruption and influence in discussion group. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 14, 369-381. Nohara, M. (1992). Sex differences in interruption: An experimental reevaluation. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 21, 127-146. O’Hair, D. (1989). Dimensions of relational communication and control during physician- patient interactions. Health Communication, 2, 97-115. Pendleton, D. A., & Bochner, S. (1980). The communication of medical information in general practice consultations as a function of patients’ social class. Social Science & Medicine, 14A, 669-673. Robinson, L. F. & Reis, H. T. (1989). The effects of interruption, gender, and status on interpersonal perceptions. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 13, 141-153. Robinson, E. J., & Whitfield, M. J. (1985). Improving the efficiency of patients' comprehension monitoring: A way of increasing patients' participation in general practice consultations. Social Science & Medicine, 21, 915-919. Roger, D. B., Bull, P., & Smith, S. (1988). The development of a comprehensive system for classifying interruptions. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 7, 27-

Authors: Li, Han., Krysko, Michael., Desroches, Naghmeh. and Deagle, George.
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Interruption Patterns
29
Japanese]. In Yutaka Miyaji and Osamu Mizutani, Nihongo [Japanese], 55-65. Tokyo:
NHK Publications.
Moerman, M. (1988). Finding life in dry dust. In M. Moreman (Ed.), Talking
culture: ethnography and conversation analysis (pp.19-30). Philadelphia: University of
Pennsylvania Press.
Murata, K. (1994). Intrusive or co-operative? A cross-cultural study of interruption.
Journal of Pragmatics, 21, 385-400.
Ng, S. H., Brook, M., & Dunne, M. (1995). Interruption and influence in
discussion group. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 14, 369-381.
Nohara, M. (1992). Sex differences in interruption: An experimental reevaluation.
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 21, 127-146.
O’Hair, D. (1989). Dimensions of relational communication and control during physician-
patient interactions. Health Communication, 2, 97-115.
Pendleton, D. A., & Bochner, S. (1980). The communication of medical
information in general practice consultations as a function of patients’ social class. Social
Science & Medicine, 14A, 669-673.
Robinson, L. F. & Reis, H. T. (1989). The effects of interruption, gender, and
status on interpersonal perceptions. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 13, 141-153.
Robinson, E. J., & Whitfield, M. J. (1985). Improving the efficiency of patients'
comprehension monitoring: A way of increasing patients' participation in general practice
consultations. Social Science & Medicine, 21, 915-919.
Roger, D. B., Bull, P., & Smith, S. (1988). The development of a comprehensive
system for classifying interruptions. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 7, 27-


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