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Argumentativeness and verbal aggressiveness: Type of argument as a situational constraint
Unformatted Document Text:  Argumentativeness 21 Levine, T.R., & Boster, F.J. (1996). The impact of self and others’ argumentativeness on talk about controversial issues. Communication Quarterly, 44, 345-358. Markman, H. (1991). Constructive marital conflict is NOT an oxymoron. Behavioral Assessment, 13, 83-96. Martin, M., & Anderson, C. (1996). Argumentativeness and verbal aggressiveness. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 11, 547-554. Newell, S.E., & Stutman, R.K. (1988). The social confrontation episode. Communication Monographs, 55, 266-285. Nicotera, A., & Rancer, A. (1994). The influence of sex on self-perceptions and social stereotyping of aggressive communication predispositions. Western Journal of Communication, 58, 283-307. O’Keefe, D. (1977). Two concepts of argument. The Journal of the American Forensic Association, 13, 121-128. Onyekwere, E., Rubin, R., & Infante, D. (1991). Interpersonal perception and communication satisfaction as a function of argumentativeness and ego-involvement. Communication Quarterly, 39, 35-47. Rancer, A., Baukus, R., & Amato, P. (1986). Argumentativeness, verbal aggressiveness and marital satisfaction. Communication Research Reports, 3, 28-32. Rancer, A.S., Baukus, R.A., & Infante, D.A. (1985). Relations between argumentativeness and belief structures about arguing. Communication Education, 34, 37-47. Rancer, A., & Infante, D. (1985). Relations between motivation to argue and the argumentativeness of adversaries. Communication Quarterly, 33, 209-218. Sabourin, T., Infante, D., & Rudd, J. (1993). Verbal aggression in marriages: A comparison of

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Argumentativeness 21
Levine, T.R., & Boster, F.J. (1996). The impact of self and others’ argumentativeness on talk
about controversial issues. Communication Quarterly, 44, 345-358.
Markman, H. (1991). Constructive marital conflict is NOT an oxymoron. Behavioral
Assessment, 13, 83-96.
Martin, M., & Anderson, C. (1996). Argumentativeness and verbal aggressiveness. Journal of
Social Behavior and Personality, 11, 547-554.
Newell, S.E., & Stutman, R.K. (1988). The social confrontation episode. Communication
Monographs, 55, 266-285.
Nicotera, A., & Rancer, A. (1994). The influence of sex on self-perceptions and social
stereotyping of aggressive communication predispositions. Western Journal of
Communication, 58, 283-307.
O’Keefe, D. (1977). Two concepts of argument. The Journal of the American Forensic
Association, 13, 121-128.
Onyekwere, E., Rubin, R., & Infante, D. (1991). Interpersonal perception and communication
satisfaction as a function of argumentativeness and ego-involvement. Communication
Quarterly, 39, 35-47.
Rancer, A., Baukus, R., & Amato, P. (1986). Argumentativeness, verbal aggressiveness and
marital satisfaction. Communication Research Reports, 3, 28-32.
Rancer, A.S., Baukus, R.A., & Infante, D.A. (1985). Relations between argumentativeness and
belief structures about arguing. Communication Education, 34, 37-47.
Rancer, A., & Infante, D. (1985). Relations between motivation to argue and the
argumentativeness of adversaries. Communication Quarterly, 33, 209-218.
Sabourin, T., Infante, D., & Rudd, J. (1993). Verbal aggression in marriages: A comparison of


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