1984
DOI: 10.2466/pms.1984.59.3.855
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Abstract: The purpose of the present study was to develop a set of eight nonverbal displays consistent with the eight interpersonal roles specified by Leary in 1957. The development of these displays was also based on the notion of a convergence of theory and fact based on the work of Leary, Osgood, and Schlosberg. Naive subjects' reactions to each of the eight displays were elicited on Leary's Interpersonal Check List and a simplified bipolar adjective instrument. Naive subjects placed the nonverbal displays as predict… Show more

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“…Furthermore, factor analytic studies confirm that dominance and supportiveness are orthogonal dimensions of relational communication (e.g., Benjamin, 1974;Bochner & Kaminski, 1973;Gough, 1957;Longabaugh, 1966;Lorr & McNair, 1963, 1965. Other studies have found the two dimensions prevalent in varying interpersonal and group contexts (e.g., Ellis, 1976;Ericson & Rogers, 1973;York, Bedard, & Colindres, 1984).…”
Section: Relational Communication Influences Leader-member Relationshipsmentioning
confidence: 91%
“…Furthermore, factor analytic studies confirm that dominance and supportiveness are orthogonal dimensions of relational communication (e.g., Benjamin, 1974;Bochner & Kaminski, 1973;Gough, 1957;Longabaugh, 1966;Lorr & McNair, 1963, 1965. Other studies have found the two dimensions prevalent in varying interpersonal and group contexts (e.g., Ellis, 1976;Ericson & Rogers, 1973;York, Bedard, & Colindres, 1984).…”
Section: Relational Communication Influences Leader-member Relationshipsmentioning
confidence: 91%