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"You Stupid, Lazy Kid": Perceptions of Verbal Aggressiveness in Older Adults
Unformatted Document Text:  32 Infante, D. A., Wall, C. H., Leap, C. T., & Danielson, K. (1984). Verbal aggressiveness as a function of the receiver’s argumentativeness. Communication Research Reports, 1, 33-37. Infante, D. A., & Wigley, C. J. (1986). Verbal aggressiveness: An interpersonal model and measure. Communication Monographs, 56, 163-177. Kemper, S., & Lyons, K. (1994). The effects of Alzheimer’s dementia on language and communication. In M. L. Hummert, J. M. Wiemann, & J. F. Nussbaum (Eds.), Interpersonal communication in older adulthood: Interdisciplinary theory and research (pp. 58-82). Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. Kinney, T. A. (1994). An inductively derived typology of verbal aggressiveness and its association to distress. Human Communication Research, 21, 183-222. Kinney, T. A., Smith, B. A., & Donzella, B. (2001). The influence of sex, gender, self-discrepancies, and self-awareness on anger and verbal aggressiveness among U. S. students. Journal of Social Psychology, 141, 245-275. Leets, L., & Giles, H. (1997). Words as weapons-When do they hurt? Human Communication Research, 24, 260-301. Martin, M. M., & Anderson, C. M. (1997). Aggressive communication traits: How similar are young adults and their parents in argumentativeness, assertiveness, and verbal aggressiveness. Western Journal of Communication, 61, 299-314. McCrae, R. R., & Costa, P. T., Jr. (1999). A five factor theory of personality. In L. A. Pevin & O. P. John (Eds.), Handbook of Personality: Theory and research, 2nd ed. (pp. 139-153). New York: Guilford Press. Miller, G. R., Boster, F., Roloff, M. & Siebold, D. (1977). Compliance-gaining message strategies: A typology and some findings concerning effects of situational differences. Communication Monographs, 44, 37-51. O’ Keefe, D. J., & Sypher, H. E. (1981). Cognitive complexity measures and the relationship of cognitive complexity to communication. Human Communication Research, 8, 72-92. Payne, M. J., & Sabourin, T. C. (1990). Argumentative skill deficiency and its relationship to quality of marriage. Communication Research Reports, 7, 121-124. Pecchioni, L. L., & Croghan, J. M. (2002). Young adults’ stereotypes of older adults with their grandparents as the targets. Journal of Communication, 52, 715-730.

Authors: Croghan, Jon. and Pecchioni, Loretta.
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Infante, D. A., Wall, C. H., Leap, C. T., & Danielson, K. (1984). Verbal
aggressiveness as a function of the receiver’s argumentativeness. Communication
Research Reports
, 1, 33-37.

Infante, D. A., & Wigley, C. J. (1986). Verbal aggressiveness: An interpersonal model
and measure. Communication Monographs, 56, 163-177.

Kemper, S., & Lyons, K. (1994). The effects of Alzheimer’s dementia on language and
communication. In M. L. Hummert, J. M. Wiemann, & J. F. Nussbaum (Eds.),
Interpersonal communication in older adulthood: Interdisciplinary theory and
research
(pp. 58-82). Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
Kinney, T. A. (1994). An inductively derived typology of verbal aggressiveness and its
association to distress. Human Communication Research, 21, 183-222.

Kinney, T. A., Smith, B. A., & Donzella, B. (2001). The influence of sex, gender,
self-discrepancies, and self-awareness on anger and verbal aggressiveness among
U. S. students. Journal of Social Psychology, 141, 245-275.

Leets, L., & Giles, H. (1997). Words as weapons-When do they hurt? Human
Communication Research, 24, 260-301.

Martin, M. M., & Anderson, C. M. (1997). Aggressive communication traits: How
similar are young adults and their parents in argumentativeness, assertiveness, and
verbal aggressiveness. Western Journal of Communication, 61, 299-314.

McCrae, R. R., & Costa, P. T., Jr. (1999). A five factor theory of personality. In L. A.
Pevin & O. P. John (Eds.), Handbook of Personality: Theory and research, 2nd
ed
. (pp. 139-153). New York: Guilford Press.

Miller, G. R., Boster, F., Roloff, M. & Siebold, D. (1977). Compliance-gaining message
strategies: A typology and some findings concerning effects of situational
differences. Communication Monographs, 44, 37-51.

O’ Keefe, D. J., & Sypher, H. E. (1981). Cognitive complexity measures and the
relationship of cognitive complexity to communication. Human Communication
Research
, 8, 72-92.

Payne, M. J., & Sabourin, T. C. (1990). Argumentative skill deficiency and its
relationship to quality of marriage. Communication Research Reports, 7, 121-124.

Pecchioni, L. L., & Croghan, J. M. (2002). Young adults’ stereotypes of older adults with
their grandparents as the targets. Journal of Communication, 52, 715-730.


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