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Argumentativeness and verbal aggressiveness: Type of argument as a situational constraint
Unformatted Document Text:  Argumentativeness 19 (Ed.), Conflict in personal relationships (pp. 163-181). Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers. Cahn, D. (1990). Intimates in conflict: A research review. In Cahn, D. (Ed.), Intimates in conflict: A communication perspective (pp. 1-22). Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers. Canary, D.J., Brossmann, J.E., Brossmann, B.G., & Weger, H. (1995). Toward a theory of minimally rational argument. Analyses of episode-specific effects of argument structures. Communication Monographs, 62, 183-212. Canary, D.J., Weger, H., & Stafford, L. (1991). Couples’ argument sequences and their associations with relational characteristics. Western Journal of Speech Communication, 55, 159-179. Dowling, R., & Flint, L. (1990). The argumentativeness scale: Problems and promise. Communication Studies, 41, 183-198. Downs, V., Kaid, L., & Ragan, S. (1990). The impact of argumentativeness and verbal aggression on communicator image: The exchange between George Bush and Dan Rather. Western Journal of Speech Communication, 54, 99-112. Infante, D.A. (1981). Trait argumentativeness as a predictor of communicative behavior in situations requiring argument. Central States Speech Journal, 32, 255-272. Infante, D.A. (1982). Trait argumentativeness as a predictor of communicative behavior in situations requiring argument. Central States Speech Journal, 32, 265-272. Infante, D. (1987). Aggressiveness. In J.C. McCroskey, & J.A. Daly (Eds.), Personality and interpersonal communication (pp. 157-192). Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Infante, D.A., Chandler, T., & Rudd, J. (1989). Test of an argumentative skill deficiency model

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Argumentativeness 19
(Ed.), Conflict in personal relationships (pp. 163-181). Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence
Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.
Cahn, D. (1990). Intimates in conflict: A research review. In Cahn, D. (Ed.), Intimates in
conflict: A communication perspective (pp. 1-22). Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum
Associates, Publishers.
Canary, D.J., Brossmann, J.E., Brossmann, B.G., & Weger, H. (1995). Toward a theory of
minimally rational argument. Analyses of episode-specific effects of argument structures.
Communication Monographs, 62, 183-212.
Canary, D.J., Weger, H., & Stafford, L. (1991). Couples’ argument sequences and their
associations with relational characteristics. Western Journal of Speech Communication,
55, 159-179.
Dowling, R., & Flint, L. (1990). The argumentativeness scale: Problems and promise.
Communication Studies, 41, 183-198.
Downs, V., Kaid, L., & Ragan, S. (1990). The impact of argumentativeness and verbal
aggression on communicator image: The exchange between George Bush and Dan
Rather. Western Journal of Speech Communication, 54, 99-112.
Infante, D.A. (1981). Trait argumentativeness as a predictor of communicative behavior in
situations requiring argument. Central States Speech Journal, 32, 255-272.
Infante, D.A. (1982). Trait argumentativeness as a predictor of communicative behavior in
situations requiring argument. Central States Speech Journal, 32, 265-272.
Infante, D. (1987). Aggressiveness. In J.C. McCroskey, & J.A. Daly (Eds.), Personality and
interpersonal communication (pp. 157-192). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Infante, D.A., Chandler, T., & Rudd, J. (1989). Test of an argumentative skill deficiency model


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