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(p. 511) Index

(p. 511) Index

Note: The letters f, t indicate entries located in figures, tables

A
Abbey, A., 441, 442, 444
Abbott, A., 465
Abedi, J., 412
Abele, A., 162
Abelson, R. P., 257
Abraham, A., 274
Abrams, D., 17
Abrams, R. L., 288, 289
Abstract concept, 325
Abstraction (abstractness), linguistic, 166168
attribution of behavior and, 45, 253257 (See also under Attributions, implicit causal and dispositional information in)
attributions triggered by, 256257
definition of, 325
embodied cognition in, 324326
fundamentals of, 166
linguistic bias in
linguistic expectancy bias in, 167, 255256
linguistic intergroup bias in, 166167, 255256
social context in, 167168
nouns as fifth level of linguistic category model in, 168
Accents, attitudes toward, 2, 1118
beliefs and social judgment on, 1112
child discrimination and preferences for, 13
definition and scope of, 1112
lack of, 14
nonstandard, value of, 16
noting presence of, on attitude toward speaker, 120
prejudice on perception of, 15
self-categorization and frames of reference in, 1618
social significance of, 11
standardization and nonstandardization in, 1315
Accommodation, cultural, 5657
Acitelli, L., 197
Acknowledgments, 93
Acquaintance interactive outgroups, 4041
Action, HMOSAIC model of, 326
Action-identification theory, 253
Action orientation, of discourse, 301
Action potentials, 367
Action-sentence compatibility effect (ACE), 322323, 325
Action units, 121
Active conversation, 366367
Active listening, in conflict resolution, 463
Activities
joint, 8587
solo, 86
Activity type, 137
Actor-observer bias, 254
Acts, novel, 337, 338f, 339f
Adair, W. L., 460, 461, 464, 465
Adam, S., 268
Adams, R. B. Jr., 286
Adams-Curtis, L. E., 65
Adaptors
object-oriented, 115
self-oriented, 115, 121
Adaval, R., 237, 246
Addis, D. R., 268
Adenzato, M., 287, 374
Adjectives
in behavior descriptions, 237
in linguistic category model, 252253, 252f
nouns vs., 168
verbs vs., 5052, 51f
Adler, J. M., 268, 269, 270, 271
Adler, M., 439
Adolphs, R., 284
Adoptive admission, 455
Advertising, informativeness and truthfulness in, 244245
Affective AutoTutor, 499
Affiliative language, gender differences in, 70
Affirmation, cultural, 5658
Affordances, 322
of communication media, 472, 473t
on deceptive behavior, 485
Afifi, W. A., 21, 22
Agent, perspective-taking, 99
Aggarwal, A. P., 74
Aggressive controlling speech acts, 74
Agnew, C. R., 192
Agrawal, M., 202, 207
Agreeableness, in natural language, 207, 214t
Agreements, to work together, 8892
chaining in, 8990
embedding in, 90
hierarchies in dialogue in, 9192
joint commitment in, 88
presequencing in, 9091
projective pairs in, 8889, 94
Aharon-Peretz, J., 336
Ahlm, K., 239, 246
Ahmed, S., 70
Aiden, A. P., 206
Aiden, E. L., 206
Ainsworth, J., 455
Aksan, Y., 194
Albarracín, D., 258
Albright, J., 197
Alcohol, on memory, 444
Alderman, K., 269
Aldrich, N. J., 69
Aldridge, M., 454
Alem, L., 479
Alexander, S., 194
Alex-Ruf, S., 325
Alibali, M. W., 102, 118, 324
ALIGN, 474, 474t
Alignment, in dialogue, 3
in conversational success, 139
interactive, 133
language use and, 131139 (See also Interactive alignment)
prediction and
(p. 512) Alignment, in dialogue (Cont.)
content and form restrictions in, 137138
coupling and coordination in, 138139
prediction-by-simulation and, 135136
of representations, conversation and, 132133
Alison, L., 395
Alkhedairy, B., 70
Allegations, “pretext” call for investigation of, 445
Allen, B. V., 94
Allen, L., 158
Allen, M., 68, 69, 179
Allen, R., 114
Allison, M., 111, 116, 117, 118, 120, 127
Allison, S. C., 285, 287
Allopenna, P. D., 103
Allport, F. H., 281
Allport, G. W., 4, 12, 215
Almond, L., 395
Alrenga, P., 101
Altarriba, J., 288
Alter, A. L., 257
Alter, K., 377
Altman, I., 193
Altmann, R. J., 96
Altmann, U., 149, 335
Alvarado, N., 56
Amanzio, M., 336, 344
Amaral, D. G., 286
Ambady, H., 288
Ambady, N., 18, 172, 286
Ambiguity
mapping, 429
resolution of, strategies for, 9899
American Association of University Women, 7475
American Dialect Society, 412
Amos, B., 484
Amunts, K., 371
Analytic cognitive processing style, 47, 55
Anchoring-and-adjustment reasoning process, 100
Andersen, G. L., 33, 70
Anderson, A., 133, 135
Anderson, A. H., 101, 473, 474, 475, 476, 477, 480, 483
Anderson, A. K., 286
Anderson, C., 461
Anderson, F., 319
Anderson, G. L., 13, 16, 17, 18, 20
Anderson, K. J., 67, 68, 69
Anderson, L. R., 70
Anderson, N. H., 238
Anderson, T., 481
Andersson, L., 410
Andrews-Hanna, J. R., 284, 370
Andrighetto, L., 161
Ang, S., 29
Anger, as trait in natural language, 210, 214t
Anguas-Wong, A. M., 288
Angus, L., 194
Anolli, L., 255
Anooshian, L. J., 288
Anscombe, E., 350
Answers, survey, pragmatic processes in, 426429
context variables in, 426427, 426t
interpretation in
in strictly standardized interviews, inferring, 428429
survey dialogue in, adjusting, 427428
taking-all-aspects-together in, 426t, 427
maxim of quantity and norm of nonredundancy in, 426427, 426t
Antaki, C., 300, 303, 309
Antecedents, 374377
accommodation of, 376377
definition of, 374
in discourse model/MRC of listener, 374376
as present but not available, 377
Antonio, J., 416
Antonioni, D., 460
Antoun, C., 431, 434
Anyidoho, N. A., 269
Aoyama, Y., 365
Appearance of speaker, on attitudes, 18
Apperly, I. A., 100
Apple, K., 191
Appraisal views of emotion, 281
Apter, M. J., 242
Arbib, M. A., 319, 324
Archer, D., 434
Archer, J., 69, 74
Arcuri, A., 167
Arcuri, L., 160, 168, 255, 256
Ardelt, M., 270
Ardévol, E., 309
Areni, C. S., 183
Arfeller, C., 319
Argamon, S., 205, 207, 208
Argyle, M., 484
Ariel, M., 102, 142, 146, 150
Aries, E., 62, 67, 68
ARIES!, trialogs with, 500503, 501f
Aristotle., 330, 334
Arluke, A., 69
Armbruster, T., 258
Armstrong, J., 75
Arnold, J. A., 463
Arnold, J. E., 96, 101
Arnold, M. B., 281
Arnold, M. L., 270
Arnold, R., 194
Aron, A. R., 285
Aronson, E., 444
Aronsson, K., 300
Arroyo, I., 498
Articulation, decisions on, 101
Articulatory clarity, 101
Arzouan, Y., 336, 344
Asada, K., 191
Asbeck, J., 258
Asendorpf, J. B., 272
Ashmore, M., 304
Assadollahi, R., 285
Assanand, S., 267
Assertion of rights
comprehension of, 446447
Assertions, 495, 496
Assertive language, gender differences in, 70
Assertive speech acts, 350
Assessments, 9394. See also specific types
of classroom language variation, 413415
Assilamehou, Y., 167
Astésano, C., 377
Astolfi, L., 365
Asudeh, A., 101
Asymmetric loss account, 396
Atkinson, J. M., 298
Attardo, S., 150
Attitudes, toward language, 2, 1123
accents in, 1118 (See also Accents, attitudes toward)
assessment methodology for, 1213
comprehensibility in, 1516
content of message in, 18
context on, 1819
development of, in children, 13
interaction-based model of, 2022
media in, 1415
nonstandardization in, 1415
value of, 16
radio languages in, 19
research on, history of, 11
self-categorization and frames of reference in, 1618
socially diagnostic language cues for social evaluation in, 12
speaker in
appearance and facial features of, 18
name of, 18
standardization in, 1315
stereotypes in, negative
of gender, 19
of nonstandard dialects, 1920
of second language, 19
of social group, 19
Attneave, F., 147
Attribute
heuristic, 101
target, 101
Attribute substitution, 99, 101103
Attribution processes
language in, 45
linguistic abstractness in, 45
Attributions
(p. 513) causal inferences of, 251
consequences of, 250251
correspondent-inference model of, 251
definition of, 250
locus of, 251
semantics and, 251
Attributions, implicit causal and dispositional information in, 45, 250261
abstractness and attribution of behavior in, 253257
action-identification theory in, 253
actor-observer bias in, 254
attributions triggered by abstractness in, 256257
construal level theory and psychological distance in, 254
egocentric bias in, 255
fluency in, 257
fundamental attribution bias in, 253254
ingroup-serving bias in, 255
linguistic expectancy bias in, 167, 255256
linguistic intergroup bias in, 166167, 255256
nomina sunt omina in, 256
self-serving bias in, 255
dimensions of, 251
mapping word semantics onto, 251253, 252f
implicit verb causality in
explanations of, 257258
on explicit attribution tasks, 258
theory of, 257
pragmatic inference schemes in, 260
speech acts and, 250
truth in, attribution of, 258260, 259t
concreteness and apparent truth in, 259260
in criminal law, 259, 259t
Attributions, in law, 453456
“adoptive admission” and, 455
attribution of character in, 456
attribution of responsibility/blame in, 453455
deception in, language and assessment of, 455
of truth, 259, 259t
Auburn, T., 297, 303
Audibility, 473t
Audience design, 99
Auerbach, D., 493, 500
Augoustinos, M., 299
Augustine, A. A., 206, 207
Auld, F., 463
Aune, K., 196
Aune, R. K., 466
Austin, J. L., 46, 301, 439
Austin, T., 189, 190
AutoMentor, 503505
AutoTutor, 495, 496
Affective, 499
conversational turn in, structure of, 497
different versions of, 500
motivation and emotions in, 498500
Averill, J. R., 281
Aveyard, M. E., 317, 320, 321
Avoidance, linguistic, 455
Avramides, K., 498
Ayçiçegi, A., 288
Aydede, M., 318
Aylett, M., 101
Ayling, K., 484
Ayres, M. M., 66, 68, 70, 71, 72, 74, 76, 77
Azevedo, R., 493
Aziz-Zadeh, L., 285, 287
Azmitia, M., 269, 273
Azuma, H., 281
B
Babcock, L., 460
Babiloni, F., 365
Back, M. D., 207
Backchannel responses, 125126
Baddeley, J. L., 205, 207, 211, 213, 223
Bader, M., 476
Badr, H., 197
Badre, D., 284, 285
Bae, S. J., 480
Baggio, G., 368, 371
Baggott, S., 285
Bahrami, B., 321, 322
Bailey, K., 353
Bailey, T. M., 393, 401
Baillie, L. E., 210
Bain, P. G., 172
Bak, P., 358
Bakan, D., 66, 70
Baker, C., 72
Baker, R. S., 492, 493, 498, 504
Bales, R. F., 66, 70
Balin, J. A., 99, 100, 104
Ball, P., 12
Baltes, P. B., 270
Banaji, M. R., 170
Bandura, A., 76
Bangerter, A., 118
Banse, R., 272
Bar, M., 284, 286
Bara, B. G., 374
Barbey, A. K., 374
Barchard, K. A., 283
Barchiesi, G., 319
Barclay, J. R., 234
Bard, E. G., 101, 476
Bargh, J. A., 325
Barker, V., 33, 34
Barnett, R. C., 63, 75, 77, 78
Barr, D., 354, 356
Barr, D. J., 96, 99, 100, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 380
Barrett, E., 462
Barrett, K. T., 336
Barrett, L. F., 280, 282, 283, 284, 286, 287, 288
Barrière, M., 13
Barros-Loscertales, A., 321
Barsalou, L. W., 135, 145, 282, 284, 286, 287, 317, 318, 319, 321, 325, 326
Bar-Tal, D., 160
Barth, C. M., 492
Bartkiewicz, M. J., 75
Bartlett, F., 253
Basic View of emotion, 281
Bastiaansen, M., 368
Basu, A., 197198
Bates, E., 195
Batori, G., 336
Battaglia, D., 188
Bauer, J. J., 268, 269, 270, 271, 272
Bauer, M., 478
Bauminger, N., 193
Bavelas, J. B., 85, 94, 102, 105, 111, 112, 113, 114, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120121, 122, 123, 124, 126, 127, 128, 135, 266
Baxter, L., 191, 194, 196
Bayard, D., 16
Bayesian models, of language processing, 104105, 105f
Bayles, B., 194
Baylor, A. L., 500
Bazarova, N., 484, 485
Beach, S. R. H., 267
Beattie, G., 118, 127
Beatty, P., 421
Beauchamp, M. S., 321
Beaucousin, V., 370
Beaver, D. I., 223
Beavin, J. H., 463
Beazley, J. A., 163
Becker, S., 197
Beebe, S. A., 220
Beersma, B., 460, 462
Beevers, C. G., 211, 213
Begeer, S., 100
Behavior
abstractness and attribution of, 253257 (See also under Attributions, implicit causal and dispositional information in)
adjectives for, 237
context effects in research on, 213
cycles of, over time, 464465
nonliteral language comprehension on, 334335
self-generated labels on, 238239
Behavioral process awareness viewpoint, 2829
Behniea, H., 286
Bekker, M. M., 473, 478
Bekkering, H., 132
Bell, A., 101, 204
Bell, R., 196
Bell, R. A., 178
Bellert, I., 141
Bellgowan, P. S. F., 284, 285
Belli, R. F., 425
(p. 514) Belloti, V., 480
Bellour, F., 16
Belson, W. A., 428
Bem, D. J., 164
Bem, S. L., 66, 164
Bender, M., 271
Benet-Martínez, V., 56
Benevolent sexism, 65
Benko, H., 483
Bensley, L. S., 184
Benson, A., 193
Bentahila, A., 23
Bente, G., 365, 367
Benz, B., 388
Berg, C. A., 70
Bergen, B., 321
Berger, P. L., 299
Bergerbest, D., 150, 340
Bergsieker, H., 193
Berlyne, D. E., 242, 344
Berman, L., 239, 246
Bernat, E., 285
Bernstorff, D., 33
Berry, D. S., 260
Berry, J., 31
Berry, J. W., 55
Berscheid, E., 18
Bersick, M., 170
Bertoncini, J., 13
Berylne, D. E., 330
Besson, M., 377
Betancourt, H., 57
Between-category advantage, 283
Beune, K., 464
Bever, T. G., 131
Bianchi, M., 168, 256
Bias. See specific types
Biber, D., 208, 493
Biculturals, language and bilingualism in, 5558
Bienias, J., 425
Biernat, M., 18
Bietz, M. J., 485
Big Five personality domain, 205
Big Five personality language samples, 205209
agreeableness in, 207, 214t
conscientiousness in, 208209, 214t
extraversion in, 206, 214t
neuroticism in, 207208, 214t
openness in, 208, 214t
principles of, 205206
sex in, moderation by, 209
Bigler, R. S., 63, 64, 66
Bilinguals
in classroom, 409 (See also Classroom, language variation in)
compound, 57
coordinate, 57
culture and language in, 5558
language on emotion in, 287288
Billig, M., 298, 302
Bilsky, W., 462
Binder, J. R., 284, 285, 286, 321
Binkofski, F., 324
Binomial ordering, 163
Birch, M., 500
Bird, A., 268
Birnholtz, J. P., 480, 484, 485
Bischoping, K., 68
Bishop, G. F., 423
Bishop, H., 14
Bistricky, S. L., 211
Biswas, G., 492, 500, 502, 503
Bjork, R. A., 285
Black, A., 126
Black, J. B., 234, 235
Black, M., 453, 456
Black, S. E., 287
Black English, 409, 410, 412
Blackwood, H. L., 446
Blagov, P., 269
Blair, I. V., 18
Blair, J. R., 287
Blair, K., 194
Blakemore, J. E. O., 65
Blakemore, S.-J., 284
Blame attribution, 453455
Blanchard, A. A., 317, 321
Blanchard, P. N., 70
Blanco, E., 208
Blankenship, K. L., 183
Blasko, D. G., 340, 342
Bless, H., 425, 426
Bliss-Moreau, E., 283, 284, 288
Block, L., 179
Blogs, 274275
Bloom, B. S., 493
Bloom, J. E., 95, 432, 435
Bluck, S., 267, 268, 271
Bluemke, M., 256
Blum-Kulka, S., 179, 401
Bly, B., 354
Boals, A., 195
Boccaccini, M. T., 456
Boccato, G., 161
Bochner, S., 51
Bock, J. K., 133
Bodenhausen, G. V., 159, 169, 242
Bohanek, J. G., 266, 268
Bohner, G., 163, 425, 454
Bohrn, I. C., 149, 335
Boiger, M., 281
Bolden, G. B., 297, 307
Bolen, R. M., 75
Bolls, P., 194
Bolten, S., 253
Bombar, M., 196
Bond, M. H., 56, 57
Bonilla, D., 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
Bonnefon, J. F., 388, 391, 392, 394, 395, 396, 397, 398, 399, 400, 401
Bonnefon, J. R., 401
Bonser, I., 212
Bookheimer, S., 370
Bookheimer, S. Y., 335
Boomer, D. S., 95
Boonthum, C., 493, 500
Boonthum-Denecke, C., 493
Boot, I., 326
Booth, R. J., 202, 214, 221, 493
Booth-Butterfield, M., 196
Borden, R. J., 169
Borg Maneuver, 451
Borker, R., 62, 76
Bornkessel, I., 369, 377
Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, I., 368, 369
Bornschein, S., 287
Boroditsky, L., 162, 325, 454
Borreggine, K. L., 322
Bortfeld, H., 95
Bos, N., 485
Boski, P., 31
Bott, L, 393, 401
Bott, L., 394
Bottini, G., 336, 344
Boudewyn, M., 376
Bougie, È., 16
Boulenger, V., 323
Bourhis, R. Y., 1819, 32, 33, 415
Bourmeau, G., 398
Bourne, E. J., 51
Bourne, V. T., 12
Bousfield, D., 373
Bowden, J., 19
Bowdle, B. F., 335, 336
Bower, G., 181
Bower, G. H., 234, 235
Bowers, J. W., 461, 466
Bowes, A., 149, 150, 340
Bowles, A. R., 334
Bowman, C., 500
Bowman, H., 285
Bowman, P. J., 271
Bowyer, M. D., 12
Boxer, C. F., 75
Boxer, D., 65, 150
Boyde v. California, 450
Boyle, E. A., 474, 476
Bradac, J. C., 461, 466
Bradac, J. J., 13, 20, 183
Bradbury, T. N., 72
Bradley, M., 285, 286
Bradley, S., 194
Bradner E., 480
Bradshaw, C., 191
Brady, R., 466
Braine, M. D. S., 394
Brainerd, C. J., 444
Braisby, N., 283
Brandone, A. C., 50
Branigan, H. P., 132133, 135
Brannigan, H., 483
Branscombe, N. R., 16
Bransford, J., 351
Bransford, J. D., 234, 439
Bratman, M., 350
(p. 515) Brauer, M., 164
Braun, F., 63, 164, 165, 170
Brauner, J. S., 99, 100, 104
Breheny, R., 393, 394
Brehm, J. W., 180, 183
Brehm, S. S., 180, 183
Brenier, J., 204
Brenier, J. M., 101
Brennan, S. E., 93, 96, 101, 106, 107, 114, 133, 205, 366, 472, 473, 474, 475, 476, 477, 481, 484, 485, 493
Brennan, W.E., 7
Brett, J. M., 460, 461, 462, 463, 464, 465
Brewer, M. B., 58, 169, 260
Brewer, W., 351
Brice-Heath, S., 266
Bridging inferences, 380
Brinkmeyer, J., 284
Brislin, R., 37
Brock, R. L., 72
Brock, T. C., 211, 238
Bromme, R., 481
Brône, G., 334, 335, 343
Brook, A. T., 267
Brooks, R. A., 318
Broomell, S., 395
Brotman, M. A., 69
Brouwer, H., 365, 367, 368, 370, 371, 372, 373, 378, 381, 382
Brouwer, N., 413
Brown, A., 495
Brown, C., 269
Brown, C. M., 368, 369, 375, 377
Brown, C. S., 74
Brown, J. S., 495
Brown, M. C., 134
Brown, N. R., 425
Brown, P., 38, 89, 138, 150, 183, 189, 192, 205, 239, 284, 373, 391, 492
Brown, P. M., 99
Brown, R., 237, 257
Brownell, H. H., 336
Brown-Schmidt, S., 100, 104, 107
Brubaker, J., 271
Bruce, R., 412
Bruce, V., 473, 474, 475, 477
Bruess, C., 196
Brugman, H., 115
Brundell, P., 483
Bruner, J., 267
Brunner, L. J., 125126
Brysbaert, M., 134
Bub, D. N., 322, 323
Buccino, G., 287, 322, 324
Buchler, J., 113
Bucker, R. L., 284
Buckley, J. P., 450, 451, 452
Buckner, J. P., 69
Buckner, R. L., 284, 370
Budescu, D. V., 389, 395
Budesheim, T. L., 240, 241
Buechel, C., 162
Buerkel-Rothfuss, N., 196
Bufalari, 134
Buffardi, L. E., 212
Buhrmester, D., 68
Bull, R., 442
Buller, D. B., 484
Bullivant, B., 408
Bunce, S., 285
Burgers, C., 150, 340, 343
Burgoon, J. K., 19, 484
Burgoon, M., 178, 462
Burke, C. S., 220, 225, 500
Burke, D. R., 497
Burke, K., 190
Burkett, C., 495, 502, 504
Burkhardt, P., 376, 380
Burleson, B. R., 72, 75, 77
Burleson, W., 498
Burney, D. J., 119
Burnkrant, R. E., 178, 179
Burrell, N. A., 183
Burris, E. R., 224
Burtonwood, N., 412
Busan, P., 134
Bush, J. G., 259
Bussey, K., 76
Butler, C. L., 396
Butler, H., 492, 493, 500, 501
Butler, J., 15
Butterfield, E. C., 236
Buttrick, S., 422
Buxton, B., 483
Byrne, R. M. J., 398
C
Cabezon, J. I., 33
Cacioppo, J. T., 177, 179
Cade, W., 493, 496, 497, 504, 505
Cadinu, M., 19, 168, 256
Cai, D. A., 462
Cai, Z., 223, 493, 495, 500, 501, 502
Cairns, E., 15
Calabria, M., 287
Calder, A. J., 283, 287
Calogero, R. M., 158
Calvo, R. A., 498
Camblin, C. C., 376
Cameron, D., 75, 77
Campbell, J. D., 150, 267, 340
Campbell, M. C., 245
Campbell, T., 194
Campbell, W. K., 212
Canary, D. J., 28, 62
Canick, J., 210
Cann, R., 356, 357
Cannon-Bowers, J., 223
Cantor, J. R., 242
Cantril, H., 12
Caplan, D. N., 368
Capozza, D., 161
Cappa, S., 336
Cappella, J. N., 463
Cara, F., 390
Caramazza, A., 257
Cardillo, E. R., 336, 344
Cargile, A. C., 16, 20, 34
Carl, W. J., 189, 191, 195
Carli, L. L., 67, 75
Carlin, M. T., 444
Carlson, R., 492, 500
Carlson, T. B., 99
Carlson, W., 72
Carlston, D. E., 238, 260
Carmack, H., 194
Carnaghi, A., 158, 159, 160, 168, 256
Carnevale, P. J., 460, 463, 464
Caronnel, S., 285
Carpenter, B., 412
Carpenter, C. J., 64
Carr, A., 498
Carreiras, M., 370
Carrell, L. P., 142
Carrera, P., 283
Carroll, D. C., 284
Carroll, D. J., 100
Carroll, J. M., 483
Carroll, N. C., 283
Carson, M., 72
Carsten, M. K., 220
Carstensen, L. L., 266
Carter, S., 197
Carter, T., 101
Casado-Kehoe, M., 196
Casalegno, F., 484
Casarett, D., 194
Casasanto, D., 325
Casey, S., 118
Casillas, M., 96
Cassell, J., 492, 500
Cassidy, D. J., 64
Caswell, T. A., 64, 165
Categorical organization, in coherence, 145148
discourse segmentation in, 147148
informativeness requirement in, 146147
principles of, 145
relevance requirement in, 145146
Categorical perception, of emotional words, 283
Cattaneo, L., 319, 322
Caucci, G. M., 338
Causal inferences, 251
Causal information, implicit, in attributions, 250261. See also Attributions, implicit causal and dispositional information in
Causal structure, in polite conditionals, 398400, 399f
Cavanagh, S., 444
Ceccarelli, R., 167
Chafe, W. L., 102, 377
Chaiken, S., 177, 182
Chained storytelling, 266
Chaining, 8990
Chalmers, A., 304
Chambless, D. L., 209, 210
(p. 516) Chan, C. C. Y., 50
Chan, D. K., 75
Chandler, M. J., 267
Changnon, G., 28
Chao, L. L., 285
Chapanis, A., 471, 474, 480
Chapman, H. H., 177
Character, attribution of, 456
Charlatan (attribute substitution), 99, 101103
Chartrand, T. L., 204
Chase, C., 492, 500, 502
Chasing, T., 161
Chason, S., 193
Chassein, B., 424
Chater, N., 398, 401
Chatese, 504
Chatterjee, A., 336
Chauncey, A., 493, 503
Chauncey, G., 159
Chavez, M., 365
CHECK, 474, 474t
Chen, S. X., 52, 56, 57, 58
Chen, Y., 118, 169
Cheng, B. Y.-M., 56
Cherrie, C., 37
Cheung, S. F., 75
Chevallier, C., 394
Chevaux, F., 394
Cheylus, A., 379
Chi, M. T. H., 492, 493, 497, 501
Chiarello C., 336, 344
Chiarini, T., 166
Chierchia, G., 394
Childers, T. L., 235, 236
Childs, C., 303, 306
Chin, D., 492, 500, 502
Chiodo, L. M., 270
Chiu, M. H., 497
Choi, I., 47, 49, 51, 52, 55, 58, 170
Choi, S., 50
Chojnacki, D. E., 447
Chomsky, N., 52
Chopra, S., 284
Choudhurry, M., 197198
Chovil, N., 111, 118, 120121, 122, 123124, 125, 126
Chow, C. S. Y., 75
Chow, W.-Y., 368, 369
Christenfeld, N., 95
Christianson, K., 352
Christie, B., 472, 474, 484, 485
Chulvi, B., 161
Chung, C. K., 168, 202, 204, 207, 208, 219, 221, 223, 224
Chung, K. K. S., 220
Chung, L. C., 30
Chwilla, D. J., 368, 369
Chwilla, U. G., 369
Ciaccio, K., 484
Cialdini, R. B., 169, 238
Ciaramidaro, A., 374
Cicchini, M. D., 447
Cignacchi, M., 162
Civism, 408
Clabaugh, S. E., 197
Clancy, D., 206
Clarification dialogue, in survey interviewing
evidence about comprehension of, 432434, 433f
principles and examples of, 429432, 430f
Clarity, articulatory, 101
Clark, A., 288
Clark, F., 423, 424
Clark, H. H., 2, 7, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 91, 92, 93, 95, 96, 98, 99, 105, 106, 107, 113, 114, 119, 120, 123, 127, 133, 135, 137, 150, 205, 266, 353, 356, 366, 380, 421, 422, 472, 473, 474, 475, 476, 477, 478, 481, 485, 492, 493
Clark, J. W., 456
Clark, K., 455
Clark, R. A., 197
Clarke, C. M., 15
Clarke, J., 500
Classen, E., 356
Classroom, language variation in, 6, 407417
assessment and remediation in, 413415
bilingualism in, 409
civism vs. pluralism in, 408
contemporary currents in, 412413
dialects in, 407408
different-but-not-deficient argument on, 413
foreign language speakers in, 408
language power and preservation in, 415417
mainstream vs. non-mainstream speakers in, 408
minority group reaction in, 409
in multicultural and multilingual modern world, 408
multicultural sensitivity and inclusiveness in, 408409
social embeddedness of language in, 417
teacher education problems in, enduring, 411412
teacher preparation for, 409411
Clayman, S., 301
Claypool, H. M., 169
Clefting, 377
Cleland, A. A., 132133, 135
Clement, R., 33, 34
Clifford, M. M., 498
Clore, G. L., 281
Closed question formats, 423
Closeness, in vividness, 181
Closure pair, 94
Coates, J., 62, 150
Coates, L., 94, 105, 120, 121, 135, 266
Cochran-Smith, M., 412
Cocks, R., 15
Code switching, dynamic cross-cultural, 29
Cody, M., 191, 197
Coffman, K. J., 447
Cognition
contextual qualifications on, 49
heuristic, 101
predicate use on, 5152
Cognitive styles
field-dependent and -independent, 55
linguistic practice and, 55
Cohen, A. A., 102, 118
Cohen, A. S., 209, 210, 214
Cohen, B., 480
Cohen, D., 461
Cohen, J., 63, 274
Cohen, L., 289
Cohen, P. A., 493
Cohen, S. J., 209, 210, 214
Coherence, cognitive and social aspects of, 3, 141151
categorical organization in, 145148
discourse segmentation in, 147148
informativeness requirement in, 146147
principles of, 145
relevance requirement in, 145146
cohesion in, 141144
creativity vs., 149151
aesthetic effects and novelty in, 149
negative effects and indirectness in, 149150
perspective taking in, 150151
as necessary for cohesion, 144
salience and, degree of, 148149
standard pragmatic model for, 144
Coherence in conversation, event-related potentials of
inference in, 379381
information structure in, 377379
reference in, 374377
Cohesion
coherence and, 141144
group, computerized tracking of, 223224
Coiner, T., 433, 434, 435
Colby, A., 270
Coletti, S. F., 460
Coley, J. D., 49
Colich, N. L., 335
Collaboration, 8596
agreeing to work together in, 8892
chaining in, 8990
embedding in, 90
hierarchies in dialogue in, 9192
joint commitment in, 88
presequencing in, 9091
projective pairs in, 8889, 94
communication in, 85 (See also Communication)
managing, 9296
definition of, 85
joint activities in, 8587
joint commitment in, 88
(p. 517) Collaborative language, gender differences in, 7072
Collaborative physical tasks, 475477, 477f
Collaborative speech acts, 70
Collateral communication, 200
facial gestures as, 123126
emphasizers in, 124, 124f
facial backchannels in, 125126
facial shrug in, 125, 125f
principles of, 123124
question markers in, 112f, 124, 124f
thinking faces in, 124125, 125f
underliners in, 124, 124f
hand gestures as, 120121
Collectivistic worldviews, pronouns for, 169170
Collider model, 399400, 399f
Collie, P., 30, 32
Collins, A., 495
Collins, H., 492
Collins, J. C., 266, 267
Collins, J. E., 242
Colston, H. L., 342, 351
Columbetti, G., 288
Coluzzi, P., 19
Commentative conditional speech acts, 397
Commissive speech acts, 350
Commitments, joint, 8587, 88
Common ground, 9899
failures of, 439
in hand gestures, 119120
intentions and meaning in, 353
in lexical processing, 104
in natural language, 205
representations of, by interlocuters, 133
in tutoring systems, poverty of, 493494
Communication. See also Dialogue; Language; specific types and topics
adaptability of, 29
appropriateness of, 28
in collaboration, 85
constructive skills in, 29
contextual features for interpretation of, 441
definition of, 92
effectiveness of, 29
event-related potential study of
Hoeks et al. study in, 373374
pragmatic aspects in, 374381 (See also Pragmatic aspects of communication)
social aspects in, 372374
extracting meaning from, 56, 233
failures in, 92
managing, 9296
failures focus in, 92
negative evidence in, dealing with, 9496
positive evidence in, grounding based on, 9394
success focus in, 9293
in relationships, 188189 (See also Interpersonal relationships)
social, 233243 (See also Social communication)
success in, 9293
Communication accommodation theory (CAT), intergroup, 3437
in conflict resolution, 467
convergence and divergence in, 35, 35f
history and applications of, 35
interpersonal vs. intergroup communicative strategies in, 3637
quadrants in, 3536, 35f
Communicative act. See Speech acts
Communicative exchanges, 86
Communicative functions, 113114
Community membership face concern (CMMFC), 40
Comparative judgments, in questionnaire frequency scales, 425, 425t
Competence, intercultural. See Intercultural competence
Competition, in conflict and conflict resolution, 459460, 462f
Competitive language, 459
Complaints, 296
Complementary sequence, 463464
Compliance, incipient, 296
Components, of event-related potentials, 367
Compound bilinguals, 57
Comprehensibility, standardization and, 1516
Comprehension, in law
of judicial instructions, 448450
of rights to avoid self-incrimination, 445448
asserted nature of rights in, 446447
consent to search in, pragmatics of, 447448
consent to search in, voluntariness of, 446
obligation to speak to police (Miranda rights) in, 445446
pragmatic implication and perception of freedom to refuse in, 447448
principles of, 445446
Comprehension, language
embodied cognition in, 320324
motor representations in, 322324
perceptual representations in, 320322
event-related potential in, 6
metaphors in, 237
probabilistic constraint-based models of, 104
of survey dialogue, 432434, 433f
Comprehension, social. See Social comprehension
Computerized text analysis, 201203, 214215
Computerized text analysis, for tracking social processes, 219228
future directions in, 226228
language-based group intervention in, 225226
language markers for tracking processes in, 222225
fundamentals of, 222
group cohesiveness and performance in, 223224
group stability and longevity in, 223
real-world close relationships in, 224225
real-world group dynamics in, 224
status, power, leadership, and social hierarchies in, 223
language measurement strategy in, 220222
language content vs. style in, 221222
language style matching in, 222
Linguistic Inquiry Word Count in, 221
tracking group processes in
identifying coordinating mechanisms in, 220
input-process-outcome model of, 219220
measurement problem in, 220
Computer-mediated communication, 7, 471485
history of, 471
individual and group characteristics in, 481483
culture and intercultural interaction in, 481482
expertise in, 481
group size in, 483
native language in, 482483
limitations of, 483486
changes in use of CMC in, 483484
changing media landscape in, 483
relationship-oriented vs. task-oriented goals in, 484485
truthful vs. deceptive messages in, 485486
media differences in, conceptualizing, 472, 473t
media on task performance and conversational grounding in, 472481
conversational games analysis in, 473, 474t, 484
conversational ground theory in, 472473
co-presence in, 473t, 475478, 476t, 477f
gestures in, 478480, 479f, 479t
grounding strategies in, 473
reviewability and revisibility of text-based CMC in, 480481
visibility in, 473t, 474475
scope of, 471
Conant, L. L., 284, 286, 321
(p. 518) Co-narrators, listeners as, 94
Conati, C., 498
Conceptual metaphors, 325
Conceptual tasks, in perception of emotion, 282283
Conclusion explicitness, in persuasion, 179180
Concreteness, 180181
apparent truth and, 259260
Conditionals
as connectives, 388, 388t
polite, 397400
causal structure in, 398400, 399f
noncausal conditionals in, 397398
uncertainty propagation in, 398
Condor, S., 298, 299
Confessions
as “adoptive admission,” 455
false, interrogation-induced, 447, 450452
interrogation practices in, 447
Miranda rights and, 455 (See also Miranda rights)
Conflict and conflict resolution, 67, 459467
competition and cooperation in, 459460, 462f
conflict resolution process in, 463466
building blocks in, 463464
building blocks in, phases from, 464466
good stranger in, 459, 467
language intensity in, 461462
motivational goals in, 460461
structure of language in, 462463, 462f
thought and talk in, 466467
unanswered research questions in, 467
Conjunction, 388, 388t
Conkright, L., 64
Conley, M. W., 495, 497
Conley, T. D., 274
Connectives, 6, 388, 388t
Connell, L., 320
Connolly, J. A., 74
Conrad, F. G., 420, 421, 428, 429, 430, 431, 432, 433, 434, 435
Conrad, S., 493
Conscientiousness, 208209, 214t
Consciousness, in narratives, 271272
Consent to search
pragmatics of, 447448
voluntariness of, 446
Consent to sex
information in, 443
memory of communication of, 442444
Conspirator, 99, 103105, 105f
Constraint-based models, of language comprehension, 104
Constraints
of activity types, 137
content and form restrictions in, 137138
on coupling, degree of, 138139
Construal level theory, linguistic abstraction and, 254
Constructed discourse, 302
Constructionism, discursive, 299
Constructive communication skills, 29
Constructive discourse, 302
Content, 177
on attitude, 18
embodiment of, 319, 326
restrictions of, 137138
vs. style, 203205, 204t, 221222
Context, 4849, 49f. See also Settings
distribution of contextual qualifications in, 4849, 49f
fundamentals of, 48
implications for cognition in, 49
in meaning, 112113, 112f, 113f
Context effects, in behavioral research, 213
Contextual features, for interpretation of meaning, 441
Contextualization, 4855
context in
distribution of qualifications of, 4849, 49f
fundamentals of, 48
implications for cognition in, 49
definition of, 48
predicate in, 4952
distribution of use of, 4951, 50f
fundamentals of, 49
implications for cognition in, 5152
subject in, 5254
summary of, 5455
Context variables, in survey answers, 426427, 426t
Controlling language, 70
gender differences in, 7375
aggressive controlling speech acts in, 74
definition and scope of, 7374
sexist jokes in, 75
sexual harassment in, 7475
Convergence, in communication accommodation theory, 35, 35f
Convergent media computer-mediated communication (CMCMC), 481482
Conversation. See also Dialogue; specific types and contexts
active, 366367
alignment of representations and, 132133
dance metaphor for, 372
encoding and memory of, in law, 438439
as face-to-face dialogue, 114
gender variation in topics of, 68
involvement in, 366367
as joint activity, 86
overheard, 366
social, pragmatic, and dynamic dimensions of, 366
Conversational facial gestures, 121
Conversational games analysis, 473, 474t, 484
Conversational gestures. See Gestures, conversational hand and face
Conversational ground theory, 472473
Conversational hand gestures, 115
Conversational implicature, 350, 379
Conversational turn, in tutoring systems, 497
Conversation analysis, 299300
deviant case analysis in, 309
proof procedure in, 309
Conversation norm violations, 4
Conway, M. A., 268
Conway-Morris, S., 319
Cook, M., 484
Cooke, C., 442
Coombs, A., 266
Coon, H. M., 481
Cooper, D., 498
Cooper, J. C., 284
Cooper, L., 179
Cooper, W. E., 162, 163
“Cooperating witnesses,” undercover, 453
Cooperation, 459460
Cooperative language, 459, 462f
Cooperative principle, 86, 144, 350
in survey interviewing, 421
Cooper-Pye, E., 495
Coordinate bilinguals, 57
Coordinating joint actions, 88
Coordinating mechanisms, computerized text analysis identification of, 220
Coordination
of contributions to dialogue, 133135
coupling and, 138139
interactive, 99, 105107
in joint activities, 133
in language-based interaction, 3
Copeland, J., 504
Co-presence, 473t, 475478
collaborative physical tasks in, 475477, 477f
creation of, 476
dimensions of, 476477, 476t
full gaze awareness in, 478
on performance, benefits of, 477478
Co-presence heuristics, 9899
Corbetta, M., 285
Corcoran, R., 336
Core, M., 500
Corley, M., 96
Cornell, D., 267
Cornell, D. G., 456
Corner, A., 395, 396, 401
Corpus linguistics, 213
Correction model, 399400
Correll, J., 13, 18
Correspondence bias, in predicate use, 51
Correspondent-inference model, 251
Corriveau, K. H., 13
Corson, D., 413
(p. 519) Co-rumination, gender differences in, 72
Corvino, G., 167
Coslett, H. B., 285
Cosley, D., 225, 483
Cosmides, L., 18
Co-speech facial gestures, 121
Co-speech hand gestures, 115
Costa, P. T., Jr., 201
Costall, A., 365, 367
Cotelli, M., 287
Cotemporality, 473t
Coulson, S., 334, 335, 336, 343
Coulthard, M., 497, 504
Coupland, J., 56, 250
Coupland, N., 12, 14, 16, 56, 250, 466
Coupling, on coordination, 138139
Courtwright, J. A., 461, 466
Cousins, S. D., 51
Cowles, H. W., 377
Cox, K. C., 183
Cox, K. S., 267
Cox, R. W., 284, 285
Coyne, S. M., 69
Cozby, P., 192
Craig, S. D., 497, 498, 499, 501
Craig, T. Y., 183
Craig, W. M., 74
Craighero, L., 134
Craven, A., 296, 308
Crawford, J., 412
Crawford, M. E., 62, 65
Creativity, 149151
aesthetic effects and novelty in, 149
negative effects and indirectness in, 149150
perspective taking in, 150151
Creber, C., 13
Cree, G. S., 323
Crepaz, N., 267
Criminal law. See also Law, language and
attribution of truth in, 259, 259t
Crivello, F., 370
Crocker, J., 267
Crockett, E. E., 462
Crockett, M. J., 284
Croizet, J.-C., 19
Cromdal, J., 300
Cross, S. E., 461
Crow, D. M., 201202, 203, 206
Cruz, M., 180
Crystal, D., 13
Cuc, A., 266, 274
Cuddy, A. J. C., 16
Cue-response sequences, 463464
Culpeper, J., 373, 401
Cultural accommodation, 5657
Cultural affirmation, 5658
Cultural identity salience, 31
Culture, 23, 4659
analytic and holistic cognitive styles in, 47, 55
bilinguals, biculturals, and, 5558
components of, 46
in computer-mediated communication, 481482
contextualizing vs. decontextualizing linguistic practices in, 4855 (See also Contextualization)
context in, 4849, 49f
definitions of, 48
predicate in, 4952
subject in, 5254
summary of, 5455
contexualizing/field-dependent style in, 55
in culture transmission, 3
decontextualizing, 48
decontexualizing/field-independent style in, 55
field-dependent, 55
field-independent, 55
fundamentals of, 46
identity in, 23, 2742 (See also Identity-based perspectives, multiple)
in interpersonal relationships, 188
on interpersonal relationships, 188
linguistic practice in
cognitive style and, 55
language use and, 4748
meaning in, 46
nonverbal communication in, 27
unintended consequences of, 47
Culture-sensitive knowledge, 29
Cunniff, M. K., 56
Cupach, W., 28
Curhan, J. R., 466, 467
Curiel, J. M., 235
Curry, L., 204
Currya, J., 485
Cushner, K., 37
Custer, L., 194
Cutler, B. L., 448
Cycles, in behavior over time, 464465
D
Daar, R., 197
Dabbs, J., 201202, 206
Daft, R. L., 472, 474, 484, 485
Dahir, A. M., 210
Dahl, D., 351
Dailey, E. M., 447
Dailey, R. M., 16, 19
Daly-Jones, O., 474
Damasio, A. R., 287, 288
Damjanovic, L., 283
Dammers, J., 284
Damon, W., 268, 270
Danaher, D. L., 76
D’Andrade, R. G., 496
Daneš, F., 141, 142, 143, 144
Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, C., 223
Danforth, C. M., 206, 209
Daniel, G., 223
Daniels, L. M., 498
Danks, J. H., 250
Danna, M., 287, 324
Danner, D. D., 210
Danziger, K., 114
Dapretto, M., 335, 336
Dark triad, natural language in, 212213
DARPA, 459
Dasgupta, N., 64
Data, naturalistic, in discursive social psychology, 299
Datteri, D., 188
D’Augelli, A. R., 160
D’Ausilio, A., 134
Davidoff, J., 283
Davidson, P. R., 483
Davidson, R. J., 324
Davies, E., 23
Davis, D., 211, 438, 439, 440, 441, 443, 444, 446, 447, 451, 452
Davis, K. E., 251
Davis, M., 207, 223, 224
Davis, M. H., 134
Dawes, R. M., 423
Dawkins, R., 372
Day, R., 269
Deardoff, D., 29
Death penalty instructions, juror comprehension of, 450
Deatrick, L. M., 183
Deautomatization, of salient meanings, 336337
Deaux, K., 75, 76, 78, 160
De Boer, M., 323
Deception (deceit)
language and assessment of, 455
law enforcement and language of, 450452
vs. truth, in computer-mediated communication, 485486
undercover, linguistic strategies for, 452453
Deception patterns, 98108
Charlatan (attribute substitution), 99, 101103
common ground and, 9899
Conspirator (independent processing by functionally encapsulated subsystems), 99, 103105, 105f
Double (egocentric projection), 99, 100101
Freeloader (interactive coordination), 99, 105107
intersubjectivity and, 98
perspective taking in
criteria for, 99
need for, 100
Decety, J., 374
Deci, E. L., 269, 498
Declarative speech acts, 350
Decompositional model, 476
Decontextualizing, 48
vs. contextualizing, 4855
context in, 4849, 49f
definitions of, 48
(p. 520) Decontextualizing (Cont.)
predicate in, 4952
subject in, 5254
summary of, 5455
Dede, C., 500
De Dreu, C. K. W., 460, 461, 462, 466
Deficits, linguistic, 413414
Degen, J., 401
DeGroot, J., 193
Dehaene, S., 288, 289
Dehaene-Lambertz, G., 288
Dehghani, M., 18
Dehumanization
language in, 157
metaphors in, 160162
Deictic gestures, 115
Dejesus, J., 13
de la Vega, I., 325
DeLeeuw, N., 497
Dell, G. S., 99, 101, 102
Delle Luche, C., 389
DeLoache, J. S., 64
DeLong, K. A., 134
Dementia, language on emotion in, 287
Demeure, V., 391, 399
Demiray, B., 271
Demonstration
conversational gestures as
facial gestures, 112f, 113, 122123
hand gestures, 112f, 113
scope of, 113
vs. description, 128
Demoulin, S., 161
De Neys, W., 394, 400, 401
Denhières, G., 335
Dennis, A. R., 484
Dennis, S., 493
DePaulo, B., 197
de Poot, J. C, 163
Depression, natural language in, 210212, 214t
Deprez, A., 194
Deprez, V., 323
Deprivation, linguistic, 413414
Derogatory language, in intergroup relations, 158160
de Ruiter, J. P., 118119, 138
Derwing, T. M., 15
Desai, R. H., 284, 286, 321
Description, vs. demonstration, 128
Descriptive action verbs (DAV), 166, 237, 252253, 252f
Descriptive essentialist statements, 66
de Silveira, C. l., 268, 271
Desire for sex, indirect meaning and communication of, 442
Desmond, J. E., 285
Després, G., 19
Desrochers, A. B., 272, 274
de St. Aubin, E., 270
Deutsch, B., 246, 425
de Vega, M., 318
Devenport, J. L., 448
Devereux, B., 371
Deviant case analysis, 309
Dewaele, J-M., 206
DeWall, C. N., 212
Dewar, D., 409
Dewar, K., 282
Dews, S., 149
Dhawan, N., 51
Dialects. See also Accents, attitudes toward
Black English, 409, 410, 412
children on variations in, 13
classroom, 407408 (See also Classroom, language variation in)
assessment and remediation for, 413414
contemporary currents in, 412
multiple, validity and acceptance of, 410411, 415
power and preservation of, 415417
teacher preparation for, 410
as culture, 408
definition of, 408, 416
standard vs. nonstandard, 1315, 19, 407
Dialogue. See also Communication; Language; specific topics
coordination of contributions to, 133135
definition of, 132
interactive alignment in, 131132
in hand gestures, 120
hierarchies in, 9192
on speakers’ facial portrayals, 126
true vs. quasi-, 114115
unmediated, 114
internally managed, 138
nature of, 132
prediction-by-simulation on, 135
prediction in, 134, 135
types or genres of, 136137
Dialogue immersion paradigm, 365, 367
Dialogue moves, in tutoring systems, 496497
Diamond, A., 270
Diaz, E. M., 75
Diaz, M. T., 336
DiazGrandados, D., 225
Dickerson, B. C., 283
Dickson, M. W., 219
DICTION, 202
Diehl, M., 270
Diehl-Schmid, J., 287
Diekman, A. B., 76
Diermeier, D., 225, 466
Dietz, K. C., 285
Diez, M. E., 464
Dijksterhuis, A., 169
Dijkstra, W., 432, 434
Dikker, S., 134
Dillard, J. P., 178, 182, 184
DiMatteo, M. R., 434
Dimberg, U., 287
Dimitrova, D. V., 377, 378
Dindia, K., 62, 68, 69, 191, 193
Dings, P., 118
Dion, K., 18
Dion, K. K., 33
Dion, K. L., 33, 65
Di Paula, A., 267
Directive, language as, 4
Directive speech acts, 350
Discourse. See also specific topics
as action oriented, 301
analysis of, 299 (See also specific methods)
challenging conventions of, 150151
as constructed and constructive, 302
in discursive social psychology, 300301
illusion of alignment of, in tutoring systems, 494
noncognitivist, 303304
as psychological, 303
segmentation of, 147148
as situated, 301302
topic of
definition of, 145
informativeness requirement for, 146147
relevance requirement for, 145146
Discursive constructionism, 299
Discursive psychology, 298, 299
Discursive social psychology, 5, 295310
big issues in, 296297
complaints in, 296
definition of, 297, 300
digital video recording in, 295296
features of, defining, 302304
discourse produced as psychological, 303
noncognitivist, 303304
focus and questions in, 297
future directions in, 309310
history and development of, 297300
strand 1 in: interviews and repertoires, 298299
strand 2 in: naturalistic data and discursive constructionism, 299
strand 3 in: sequential analysis, 299300
theoretical lineage in, 297298
incipient compliance in, 296
methodological and analytical principles of, 304309
analysis in, 307308
data as central in, 304
data collection in, 305306
materials in, 305
research design in, 304305
research style in, 304
transcription in, 306307
validation in, 308309
object-side descriptions in, 296
progressivity in, 296
subject-side descriptions in, 296
summons in, 296
theoretical principles of, 300302
(p. 521) discourse is action oriented, 301
discourse is constructed and constructive, 302
discourse is situated, 301302
fundamentals of, 300301
threats in, 296
transcription of, 296
vignette of, 295296
Disjunction, as connective, 388, 388t
Dispositional information, implicit, in attributions, 250261. See also Attributions, implicit causal and dispositional information in
Distance
psychological, on linguistic abstraction, 254
relational, in intergroup-intercultural facework, 4041
Distributive orientation, 460
Ditman, T., 369, 379380
Divergence, in communication accommodation theory, 35, 35f
Diversity, language, classroom. See Classroom, language variation in
Dixon, J. A., 15, 20
D’Mello, S. K., 492, 493, 494, 495, 496, 497, 498, 499, 503, 504, 505
Dmitrow-Devold, K., 166
Dobbins, A., 503
Dodds, P. S., 206, 209
Dodson, C. S., 236
Doedens, G., 368, 369
Doherty, G. M., 476
Doherty-Sneddon, G., 101, 473, 474, 475, 477, 484
Domineering language, in persuasion, 183184
Donaghue, N., 299
Donald, I. J., 462, 463
Donaldson, D. I., 96
Donnellan, M. B., 212
Donohue, W. A., 460, 461, 464, 465
Dorfman, P., 38
Dorjee, T., 30, 32, 33, 34, 3637, 40
Dornyei, Z., 482
Double (egocentric projection), 99, 100101
Double grounding, 335, 342
Douglas, A., 465
Douglas, K. M., 167, 168, 172, 256
Dovidio, J. F., 11, 12, 14, 15, 20, 22, 169
Downie, J., 453, 456
Doya, K., 326
Dragojevic, M., 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 22, 178
Dragon, T., 498
Draine, S. C., 288
Drake, L. E., 460
Drake, M., 493, 498
Drake, S., 303
Drakich, J., 67
Drawing Over Video Environment (DOVE), 478479, 479f
Dress M. L., 338
Drew, P., 298, 301, 302
Driver, J., 321
Drizin, S. A., 447, 450
Drogin, E. Y., 446
Dronkers, N. F., 287, 370
Drucker, A., 150, 340, 343
Druckman, D., 464, 465, 466
Dryer, M. S., 172
Dryer, M. W., 53
Drzezga, A., 287
Du Bois, J., 360
Du Bois, W. J., 334, 336
Du Boulay, B., 498
Dubrovsky, V., 480, 483
Ducheneaut, N., 480
Duck, S. W., 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198
Duffau, H., 370
Duffy, S., 55
Duffy, S. A., 170
Dumais, S. T., 215
Dumas, G., 365
Dun, T., 466
Duñabeitia, J. A., 370
Duncan, O. D., 427
Duncan, S., 288
Dunham, P. J., 471, 480
Dunleavy, K., 196
Dunlop, W. L., 267, 270
Dunn, C., 194
Dunnett, A., 303
Dunphy, D. C., 202
Dupoux, E., 13, 289
Durante, F., 161
Duranti, A., 358
Duriez, B., 15
Durlach, P. J., 500
Durso, R., 401
Dushay, R. A., 118
Dweck, C. S., 498
Dykes, J., 64
Dynamic cross-cultural code switching, 29
Dynamic interactive theory of person construal, 18
Dynamics, real-world group, computerized tracking of, 224
Dziurzynski, L., 202, 207, 208
E
Eagly, A. H., 76, 177, 178, 205, 215
Eastwick, P. W., 205, 222, 224
Eavesdropper, 366
Ebanks, C. M., 272, 274
Eberhart, J. L., 161, 162
Echoing, for deautomatizing salient meanings, 336337
Eck, J., 13
Eckert, P., 62, 69, 70
Edel, J. R., 75
Edelman, G. M., 284
Edwards, D., 296, 297, 298, 299, 300, 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 307, 309
Edwards, J., 33, 408, 409, 410, 411, 412, 414, 415, 417, 418
Edwards, J. R., 14
Efficiency, 389390
politeness and, 390392, 392f
Egger, J. I. M., 369
Egloff, B., 207
Egocentric bias, 255
Egocentric projection, 99, 100101
Egocentric speakers, on intentions and meaning, 354
Ego development, in narratives, 270
Ehlen, P., 431, 433, 435
Ehlert-Lerche, S., 268
Eichstaedt, J. C., 202, 207, 208
Eikmeier, V., 325
Eisenberg, D., 340
Eisenberger, N. I., 284
Eisterhold, J., 150
Ekman, P., 121, 122, 124, 125, 126, 281, 484, 498
Elaboration, 7072
ELAN, 115, 127
Eldar, A., 143
Electroencephalography (EEG), 367368
Electronically Activated Recorder (EAR), 203
Electronic communication technologies. See Computer-mediated communication
Electrophysiological research, on discourse and conversation, 365382
active conversation in, rationale for, 366367
dance metaphor for, 372
dynamic aspects of communication in, 381
event-related brain potentials in, 367372 (See also Event-related brain potentials (ERPs))
issues in, 381382
pragmatic aspects of communication in, 374381
concept of, 374
conversational coherence in, inference, 379381
conversational coherence in, information structure, 377379
conversational coherence in, reference, 374377
social aspects of communication in, 372374
face management in, 373
Hoeks et al. study of, 373374
impression management in, 373
interaction in, 373
limbic system motivators in, 372
social rules in, 372373
“speakerless” nature of, 365366
Elfenbein, H. A., 288
Elias, P., 20
Elliot, A., 498
Ellis, D. S., 12
Ellison, N., 193, 194, 485
Ellsworth, P. C., 281
(p. 522) Elman, J. L., 371
Elmehed, K., 287
Elnatan, I., 149, 334, 335, 337
Elqayam, S., 394
Ely, R., 67
Ely, R. J., 268
Email, 472. See also Computer-mediated communication
reviewability and revisibility of, 480481
Embedding, 90
Emblems, 115, 121
Embodied cognition, 5, 317327
in abstract concepts and situations, 324326
emotion in, 324
evolutionary rationale for, 318319
fundamental principles of, 319320
language comprehension in, 320324
motor representations in, 322324
perceptual representations in, 320322
social cognitive abilities in, 319
symbol grounding problem in, 318
Embodiment
of content, 319, 326
of emotion, 286287
of form, 319, 326
Emmorey, K., 118, 283
Emotional interest, factors in, 180
Emotionality, trait, natural language in
anger, 210, 214t
negativity, 209210, 214t
positivity, 210, 214t
Emotions, 5, 280288
in bilingual populations, 287288
in dementia, 287
experience (embodiment) of, 286287, 324
expression of
indirect, in informal conversations, 242243
language in, 12
prejudice in, 15
in language processing, 22
stereotype threat on, 20, 120
uncertainty discrepancy on, 21
learning-centered, 498
perception of, 282286
conceptual tasks in, 282283
evoked response potential evidence in, 285286
mechanism of, possible, 286
neuroimaging evidence of, 284285
perceptual judgments in, 283
visual judgments in, 283284
stability of, low, 207
theories of, 280282
appraisal views of emotion, 281
Basic View of emotion, 281
psychological constructivist views of emotion, 282
social constructivist views of emotion, 281
in tutoring systems, 498500
Emphasizers, 124, 124f
Enabler model, 399, 399f
Encoding
of language and conversation in legal cases, 438439
levels of, in law, 439441
Enfield, N. J., 89, 138
Engelhaaf, M., 319
Engelhardt, P., 353
Englebretson, R., 360
Englert, C., 89, 138
English, P. W., 450
Enkvist, N. E., 141, 143
Entrainment, 200
Environment. See Settings
Epicenters, 370
Episodic associations, in initial name identification, 103
Epistemic action, 106
Epistemics, mundane, 300
Epley, N., 99, 100, 101, 480
Epstein, J., 197
Erez, S., 340
Erickson, B., 183
Erickson, T., 352
Erikson, E. H., 267, 270
Erikson, J. M., 267, 270
Erikson, R. S., 423
Ervin, S. M., 56, 57
Ervin-Tripp, S. M., 338
Eslea, M., 69
Essentialist language, 66
Essentializing, in interpersonal relationships, 191192
Esses, V. M., 75
Etcoff, N. L., 283
Ethnic identity salience, 31
Ethnolinguistic identity theory, language–identity bond in, 16
Ethnophaulisms, 158160
Evans, B., 412
Evans, J. S. B. T., 393, 394, 401
Evens, M. W., 493, 497
Event-related brain potentials (ERPs), for conversation and discourse processing, 367372
dialogue immersion paradigm for, 367
generation of, 367368
issues with, 381382
in language comprehension, 6
MRC in, 370
N400 in, 368369
P600 and N400 amplitudes in, additive, 381
P600 and N400 component overlap in, 381382
in perception of emotion, 285286
P600 in, 368, 369
prior research with, 365
retrieval-integration account in, 369372
argument for, 369370
brain basis of, 370372, 371f
semantic illusion phenomenon in, 368370
semantic integration hypothesis on, 368369
syntactic processing in, effortful, 369
Everyday talk, in interpersonal relationships. See also Interpersonal relationships
functions of, 191193
six practices of, 192197
Eviatar, Z., 336, 344
Ewy, G. A., 210, 223
Exclusive language, in gender marking, 164166
Exline, R. V., 484
Expectation
in sarcasm
frustrated, 340
no, 341
realized, 340341
in tutoring, human, 495
Expectation and misconception-tailored (EMT) dialogue, 494496
Expertise
in computer-mediated communication, 481
self-conceptions of, in narratives, 269
EXPLAIN, 474t
Explicit attribution tasks, implicit verb causality on, 258
Explicitness
conclusion, in persuasion, 179180
definition of, 179
Expressions, facial, vs. facial gestures, 112f, 121122
Expressive speech acts, 350
Extraversion, natural language in, 206, 214t
F
Face, 38
in conflict and conflict resolution, 461
definition of, 391, 461
protection of, politeness strategies for, 391
public, 373
of speaker, on attitudes, 18
Facebook, as narrative, 274275
Face management, 373
Face-negotiation dynamics, 37
Face-negotiation theory (FNT), 3841
core theoretical assumptions in, 38
cultural membership and face concerns in, 3839, 40
face in, 38
future research directions in, 4142
history and development of, 38
individual personality factors and facework in, 39
intergroup perspective on, 3941
situational factors and facework in, 39
Faces, remembering, 124125, 125f
Face-threats, minimization of, 391392
(p. 523) Face-to-face communication
affordances of, 473t
gestures in, 478480, 479f, 479t
Face-to-face dialogue
conversational interaction as, 114
Facework
individual personality factors and, 39
relational interaction categories in, 38
situational factors and, 39
Facework competence, intercultural, 38
Facial backchannels, 125126
Facial expressions, vs. facial gestures, 112f, 121122
Facial gestures, conversational, 3, 121127. See also Gestures, conversational hand and face
as collateral communication, 123126
emphasizers in, 124, 124f
facial backchannels in, 125126
facial shrug in, 125, 125f
principles of, 123124
question markers in, 112f, 124, 124f
thinking faces in, 124125, 125f
underliners in, 124, 124f
conversational factors on, 126
visibility and dialogue on speakers’ facial portrayals in, 126
visibility on addressees’ motor mimicry in, 126
as demonstrations, 113, 122123
facial expressions vs., 112f, 121122
fundamentals of, 121
information in
facial metaphors in, 123f
facial portrayals in, 112f, 123
personal reactions in, 123f
principles of, 123
terminology for, 121
visibility of, on addressees’ motor mimicry, 126
words and, 126
Facial metaphors, 123f
Facial portrayals, 112f, 123
speaker’s, visibility and dialogue on, 126
Facial shrug, 125, 125f
Fagnano, M., 96
Falomir-Pichastor, J. M., 160
False confessions, interrogation-induced, 447, 450452
False memories, of consent to sex, 443
Falvo, R., 161
Family surnames, 6566
Fan, R. M. -T., 56
Faries, J. M., 266
Farley, S. D., 70
Farmer, T. A, 134
Fasoli, F., 160
Fast, L. A., 203, 206, 208, 209, 212, 213
Fausey, C. M., 454
Faust, M., 335, 336, 344
Favaretto, X., 162
Federmeier, K. D., 368, 376
Feedback accuracy
illusion of, in tutoring systems, 494
short, 496
Feeley, T. H., 182
Feely, A. J., 482
Feeney, A., 392, 394, 400, 401
Fein, O., 149, 335, 337, 338, 340, 341, 342, 343, 344
Felmlee, D., 195
Feng, B., 75, 77
Ferguson, G., 410
Fernandes, T., 55
Fernandez-Dols, J-M., 283
Fernandez-Duque, D., 287
Ferreira, F., 352, 353
Ferreira, V. S., 99, 100, 101, 102
Ferrell, J. D., 225
Ferretti, T. R., 340, 342
Ferris, G. R., 18
Fiction, social media and, 273274
Fiduccia, C. E., 446, 447
Fiedler, K., 49, 166, 167, 168, 237, 251, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 261, 453
Field-dependent perceptual and cognitive styles, 55
Field-independent perceptual and cognitive styles, 55
Figurative vs. literal meanings, inferring, 351352
Fike, K., 499
Filardo, E. M., 78
Fillenbaum, S., 12, 17, 409
Fincher, C. L., 11, 54
Fine, M., 412
Fineran, S., 75
Finholt, T. A., 480
Fink, E. L., 462
Finkel, E. J., 205, 222, 224
Finkelstein, S., 492, 500
Finkenauer, C., 69, 255
Finzi-Dottan, R., 193
Fiorentino, R., 380
First mentioned, in intergroup relations, 162164
Fischer, M. H., 317, 325
Fischler, I., 285, 286
Fish, D., 237, 257
Fisher, C., 69
Fisher, W., 194
Fishman, J., 194
Fiske, S. T., 16, 65, 300, 303
Fitch, K., 191, 192
Fitz, H., 367, 382
Fitzsimons, G. M., 192
Five-Step Tutoring Frame, 497
Fivush, R., 69, 266, 268, 274, 275
Flanagan, J. R., 318
Flannagan, D., 64
Fletcher, B., 119
Fletcher, K., 163, 172
Fletcher, P., 50
Floccia, C., 13, 15
Flor, N., 475
Flores, F., 416
Fluck, M., 13
Fluency, in linguistic abstractness, 257
Focella, E. S., 207
Focus, 377
Foddy, M., 15
Fodor, J. A., 131
Foertsch, J., 171
Follette, W. C., 438, 446, 447, 451
Foltz, P. W., 220, 221, 222
Fombrun, C., 220
Fondacaro, R. A., 422
Fong, G. T., 269
Forbell, E., 500
Forbes, D., 76
Forbes, G. B., 65
Forbes-Riley, K., 493
Forced choice task, 282
Ford, C. E., 475
Ford, S., 70
Ford, T. E., 75
Forer, D., 19
Form
embodiment of, 319, 326
restrictions of, 137138
Foroni, F., 161, 287
Foroughi, A., 465
Förster, J., 234
Försterling, F., 253, 257
Forstl, H., 287
Forsyth, B., 389
Forsyth, C., 492, 493, 495, 500, 501, 502
Fortantet, I., 400
Foster, E. K., 69
Fournier, M. A., 270
Fowler, C., 21, 22, 361
Fowler, C. A., 101, 120
Fowler, F. J., 421
Fox, A. M., 211, 285
Fox, B. A., 497
Fox Tree, J. E., 95, 96
Frackowiak, R. S. J., 336
Frames, for influencing perceptions, 454455
Frames of reference, 1618
Framing, gain vs. loss, 181182
Francis, M. E., 202, 214, 221, 493
Francis v. Franklin, 450
Frank, E., 504
Frank, J., 179
Frank, M. G., 461
Franklin, N., 274
Franks, J. J., 234
Fraser, D., 455, 456
Frazee, J., 223
Frederick, S., 101
Freedman, D. J., 285
Freeloader (interactive coordination), 99, 105107
Freeman, J. B., 18, 286
Freeman, N. H., 13
Freeman, S., 169
(p. 524) French, J. W., 92
Frenzel, A. C., 498
Frequency estimates, in questionnaire frequency scales, 424425, 425t
Frequency scales, 424426, 425t
comparative judgments in, 425, 425t
frequency estimates in, 424425, 425t
question interpretation in, 424
reference periods in, 425426
Freud, S., 242, 330
Frey, K., 178
Fricker, S. S., 429, 430, 431
Fridlund, A. J., 122
Friederici, A. D., 321, 370, 371, 377, 379
Friedman, C. K., 66
Friedman, R. D., 438, 439, 440, 441, 443, 461
Friese, M., 256
Friesen, W. V., 121, 122, 210
Friestad, M., 245
Frijda, N. H., 281
Frimer, J. A., 267, 270
Frith, C. D., 336
Frith, U., 284
Fritz, H., 368
Frommelt, L., 165
Frontier learning, 495
Frontotemporal lobe dementia, language on emotion in, 287
Frost, J. A., 284, 285
Früholtz, S., 285
Frustrated expectation, 340. See also Sarcasm
Fu, X., 482
Fuchs, L. S., 493
Fuenes, M. J., 325
Fuertes, J. N., 16
Fugate, J. M. B., 283, 284
Fukuda, M., 365
Fukumura, K., 102
Full gaze awareness, 478
Functional, communicative approach, 113114
Functionally encapsulated subsystems, independent processing by, 99, 103105, 105f
Function words, 221
categories and examples of, 204, 204t
Fundamental attribution bias, 253254
Fundamental attribution error, 254
Funder, D. C., 203, 206, 208, 209, 212, 213
Funke, J., 492
Fun Law, J. S., 56
Furnham, A., 206
Furuyama, N., 116, 119, 120, 127
Fussell, S. R., 106, 189, 234, 473, 475, 476, 477, 478, 480, 481, 482, 483, 484, 485
Futch, V., 412
Fyler, B., 142
G
Gabbiadini, A., 161
Gabriel, U., 164, 165, 171
Gabrieli, J. D., 284, 285
Gacitua, M., 283
Gaelick, L., 242
Gahg, T.-J., 16
Gain framing, in persuasion, 181182
Galanaud, D., 289
Galati, A., 101
Gale, C., 478, 481
Galegher, J., 480
Galesic, M., 422
Galinsky, A. D., 159, 461
Gallese, V., 318, 324, 326
Gallois, C., 16, 30, 34
Gane, M., 298
Gann, T. M., 105, 106
Gao, G., 483
Garcia, A., 39
Garcia Marques, L., 55
Garcia-Marques, T., 169
Gardner, H., 336, 344
Gardner, R., 409
Gardner, R. C., 12, 17
Gardner, W., 58
Gardner, W. P., 495
Garfinkle, H., 304
Garnero, L., 365
Garnham, A., 170, 171, 234
Garrett, M. F., 15, 95, 131
Garrett, P., 12
Garrido, G., 285
Garrod, S., 99, 105, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 139, 204, 319, 326, 327, 356, 473, 474, 476, 477
Garry, M., 259
Garvey, C., 257
Gasiorek, J., 13, 16, 17, 18, 20
Gaskell, G., 131
Gaunt, R., 161
Gauzins, M.-E., 19
Gavrieli, R., 335
Gawronski, B., 272
Gay, G., 225
Gayle, B., 179
Gazal, O., 149, 335
Gee, J. P., 504
Gee, K., 484
Geelhoed, E., 476
Gelb, S. A., 64
Gelfand, M., 29, 48, 4950, 51, 52
Gelman, S. A., 49, 50, 66
Geminiani, G., 336
Gender, in language variation, 3, 6278
gender biases in languages in, 6366
essentialist language in, 66
family surnames in, 6566
marking gender in, 6364
masculine noun and pronoun use in, generic, 64
titles in, gendered, 6465
gender-related variations in language use in, 6677
conversation topics in, 68
criteria for, 6667
gossip in, 6970
self-disclosure in, conversational, 6869
self-disclosure in, online, 69
speech acts in, 7077 (See also Speech acts, gender differences in)
talkativeness in, 6768
turn-taking and interruption in, 68
grammatical, 6364
narrowing scope of review of, 6263
research on, history of, 62
Gendered languages, 63
Genderless languages, 63
Gender-marked pronouns, 170171
Gender marking, inclusive vs. exclusive language in, 164166
Gender-neutral pronouns, 170171
Gender stereotype, language attitudes in, 19
Gendron, M., 282, 283, 284
General Inquirer, 202
Genesee, F., 16
Genest, A. M., 483
Genovese, C. R., 460, 463
Gentner, D., 161, 282, 335, 336
George, C., 398
Geraghty, K., 224, 467
Gerend, M. A., 182
Gergen, K., 298
Gergle, D., 224, 467, 476, 477, 478, 480, 481, 484
Germany, M., 501
Gernsbacher, M. A., 171
Gerong, A., 56
Gerrig, R. J., 99, 103, 113, 150, 274, 356
Gershkovich, I., 272
Gertner, A. S., 493
Gerwing, G., 111
Gerwing, J., 102, 113, 116, 117, 118, 119, 127, 128
Geschke, D., 167
Gestures
in computer-mediated communication, 478480, 479f, 479t
representational, 324
seeing vs. being seen in use of, 102103
Gestures, conversational hand and face, 3, 111128
context in meaning in, 112113, 112f, 113f
definitions and assumptions in, 112
as demonstrations, 113
facial gestures in, 121127 (See also Facial gestures, conversational)
functional, communicative approach to, 113114
hand gestures in, 115121 (See also Hand gestures, conversational)
methodological issues in
conversational interaction as face-to-face dialogue in, 114
technical issues in, 115
true dialogue vs. quasi-dialogues in, 114115
(p. 525) microsocial moment in, 112113, 112f, 113f
sequential frame shots for study of, 111112, 112f
Gesture stroke, 115
Get-acquainted conversations, communication norms in, 243
Ghahramani, Z., 318
Gholson, B., 501
Ghuman, A. S. J., 286
Gibbs, J., 193, 194
Gibbs, R. W., Jr., 160, 237, 318, 330, 334, 338, 340, 342, 351, 354, 355, 356, 357, 358, 363
Gibson, J. J., 318
Gibson, L., 380
Gidron, D., 260
Giebels, E., 20, 459, 460, 461, 464, 466
Giessner, S. R., 18
Gilbert, D. T., 49, 51
Gilbert, G. N., 298
Gilbert, M., 88
Gilbert, T. C., 16
Giles, H., 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 30, 32, 33, 34, 35, 40, 56, 192, 250, 415, 466
Gilkey, R. W., 461
Gill, A. G., 467
Gill, A. J., 206, 213, 215, 224, 484
Gill, R., 303
Gillard, N. D., 446, 447
Gillespie, T. L., 18
Gillett, G., 298
Gillihan, S. J., 75, 77
Gilovich, T., 100, 480
Ginsberg, E., 251
Giora, R., 141, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 334, 335, 336, 337, 338, 340, 341, 342, 343, 344
Giordano, P., 191
Girand, C., 101, 204
Girard, F., 13, 15
Girard, F. d. r., 15
Girotto, V., 390
Gist memories, 443, 444
Gitelman, D. R., 284, 285
Giuliano, T., 169
Giusti, L., 484
Glasnapp, J., 484
Gleason, J. B., 67
Glenberg, A. M., 234, 287, 317, 318, 319, 321, 322, 323, 324, 325, 326
Glenn, P., 197
Glenn, S., 285, 287
Gleser, G. C., 202, 203
Glick, P., 16, 65, 77
Glover, G. H., 285
Glucksberg, S., 250, 334
Gluszek, A., 11, 12, 14, 15, 20, 22
Goals
motivational, in conflict and conflict resolution, 460461
in narratives, 269
relationship-oriented vs. task-oriented, in computer-mediated communication, 484485
social, 373
subgoals, 87
top, 87
Goates, N., 461
Godfrey, J. J., 96
Godley, A., 412
Goetz, T., 498
Goff, P. A., 161, 162
Goffman, E., 38, 193, 197, 373, 391
Goguen, L. A., 270
Gold, R., 335
Goldberg, A. E., 201, 325
Goldberg, L. R., 201, 254, 260
Goldberg, R. F., 321
Golder, S. A., 202
Goldin-Medows, S., 282
Goldman-Eisler, F., 95
Goldschmidt, C., 54
Goldsmith, D., 191
Goldstein, A., 336
Goldstein, I., 149, 335
Goldstein, N. E. S., 446
Goldstone, R., 283
Gomez, M., 19
Gonzales, A. L., 221, 222, 223, 224, 467
Gonzalez, A., 485
Gonzalez, J., 321
Good-bye exchange, 92
Goodenough, D. R., 55
Goodman, S. H., 69
Good stranger, in conflict, 459
being a, 467
structure of language use in, 462463, 462f
Goodwin, C., 93, 127, 475
Goodwin, D., 459
Goodwin, G. F., 220, 223, 225
Goodwin, M. H., 63, 78
Google Books Team, 206
Goorha, S., 204
Goorhaa, S., 485
Gopnik, A., 50
Gordon, D., 242
Gordon, P. C., 209, 210, 376
Gordon, R., 274
Gore, J. S., 461
Gore, K., 196
Gorham, B. W., 167
Gorno-Tempini, M. L., 285, 287
Gortner, E. M., 211, 212, 223
Görts, C. A., 50, 51
Goslin, J., 13, 15
Gosling, S. D., 56, 206, 207, 209, 213, 225
Gossip, gender variation in, 6970
Goto, S. G., 51
Gottdiener, W., 16
Gottman, J. M., 463
Gottschalk, L. A., 202, 203
Gouvea, A. C., 369
Gouzoules, H., 283
Grabowsky, G. L., 319
Graddol, D., 63
Graded salience hypothesis, 148, 334
Graesser, A. C., 207, 220, 223, 224, 237, 318, 492, 493, 494, 495, 496, 497, 498, 499, 500, 501, 502, 503, 504, 505
Grafman, J., 285, 374
Grafton, S. T., 323
Graham, L. E., 210
Graham, S., 100
Granular language, in persuasion, 178180
conclusion explicitness in, 179180
rhetorical questions in, 179
self-referencing in, 178179
Grasmuck, S., 193
Grattan, E., 483
Graumann, C. F., 158
Graves, A. R., 75, 77
Graves, W. W., 284, 286, 321
Gray, J., 62
Gray, M. K., 206
Graybeal, A., 5
Grayson, C. E., 424
Greatbatch, D., 309
Green, G. M., 239
Green, H. A. C., 207
Green, M. C., 238, 274
Greenberg, J., 159, 211
Greene, K., 205
Greenhalgh, L., 461
Greenwald, A. G., 172, 288, 289
Greer, K. M., 64
Gregoromichelaki, E., 356, 357
Gregory, M., 101, 204
Grello, C., 191
Grenoble, L., 412
Gresta, S., 168, 256
Grevet, C., 483
Greytak, E. A., 75
Grice, H. P., 5, 86, 144, 148, 150, 234, 239, 240, 241, 256, 326, 334, 350, 379, 390, 421, 422, 426, 439, 440
Gricean principles (maxims)
efficiency in, 389390
in informal conversation, 239
in survey questionnaires, 422
in survey responding, 246
Griffiths, T., 221
Grimmer, T., 287
Grinberg, J., 411, 413
Grinstein, A., 184
Grisso, T., 447, 450
Gritsenko, E., 65
Grodner, D., 100, 104, 393, 401
Grodzinsky, Y., 371
Groisman, M., 100
Grondelaers, S., 12, 14
Groom, C. J., 68, 159, 205
Gross, M., 503
Grotzer, T. A., 500
Grounding, 200
computer-mediated communication strategies for, 473
(p. 526) Grounding (Cont.)
in dialogue, alignment in, 133
double, 335, 342
hand gestures in, 120
in narratives, 266
in tutoring systems, illusion of, 494
Grounding language. See Embodied cognition
Group chat, reviewability and revisibility of, 480481
Group intervention, language-based, 225226
Groups
computerized markers for tracking of (See also Computerized text analysis, for tracking social processes)
cohesiveness in, 223224
performance of, 223224
real-world, 224
stability and longevity of, 223
measurement problem for, 220
Group size, in computer-mediated communication, 483
Group stereotypes, 157
Group vitality, 33
Gruenfeld, D. H., 243, 244
Grush, R., 137, 138
Guadagno, R. E., 181
Gudjonsson, G. H., 447, 450, 452
Gudykunst, W. B., 482
Guelminger, R., 394
Guichart-Gomez, E., 289
Guillory, G., 485
Guillory, J., 484
Gullberg, M., 115
Gulliver, P. H., 465
Gundel, J. K., 102
Gunlogson, C., 100, 104
Gunter, T., 379
Guo, J., 63, 78
Gupta, M. M., 74
Gupta, V., 38
Gur, I., 334, 342
Gurevich, P., 480
Gurtman, M. B., 169
Gusnard, D. A., 284
Gustafson, D. J., 56
Gutiérrez-Doña, B., 72
Gutowski, K. A., 324
Gutwin, C., 483
Gutwinski, W., 141
Guy, G. R., 15
Guzzo, R. A., 219
Gyatso, T., 33
Gygax, P., 164
H
Habermas, T., 267, 268, 271
Habert, M-O., 289
Hackman, J. R., 219
Hackney, A., 450
Haden, C. A., 268
Hagoort, P., 134, 368, 369, 371, 375, 377, 381, 382
Hahn, U., 396
Hakemulder, J., 344
Halberstadt, J. B., 283, 287
Hale, J. L., 484
Halevy, L., 330
Hall, D. G., 49
Hall, E. T., 55, 481, 482
Hall, J., 197
Hall, J. A., 69, 434
Hall, M. A., 504
Hallett, D., 267
Halliday, M. A. K., 141, 142, 143, 411
Halpern, D. F., 492, 493, 500, 501
Halpin, S. M., 225
Hamel, L. M., 193
Hamilton, H. E., 300
Hamilton, M., 412, 464
Hamilton, M. A., 178, 462
Hamilton, M. C., 64, 164
Hamilton, N. A., 461
Hamm, N. R., 65
Hammack, P. L., 160
Hammeke, T. A., 284, 285
Hammer, M., 461, 465
Hammersley, M., 304
Hampson, S. E., 254, 260
Han, J. J., 266
Hancock, J. T., 204, 222, 223, 224, 225, 467, 471, 480, 484, 485
Hand actions, 112f, 116
Handel, M., 480
Handelman, L. D., 68, 205
Hand gestures, conversational, 3, 115121. See also Gestures, conversational hand and face
as demonstrations, 113
factors in, 118121
collateral communication in, 120121
common ground in, 119120
dialogue vs. monologue in, 120
grounding in, 120
mutual visibility in, 118119
shared social space in, 119
information in
hand actions in, 112f, 116
motion in, 117
principles of, 115
relative positions in, 112f, 116f, 117118
spatial features in, 116117, 116f
phases of, 115
types of, 115
words and, 118
Handley, S. J., 393
Haney, C., 449, 450
Hanges, P., 38
Hanna, J. E., 100, 104, 107
Hannover, B., 58
Hansen, J., 256, 259, 260
Hansen, K., 15
Hansen, M. T., 220
Hardin, C. D., 170, 274
Hardy-Baylé, M.-C., 335
Hare, A. P., 220
Har-Even, D., 193
Harinck, F., 460, 466
Harlacher, U., 425
Harnad, S., 283, 318
Harper, C., 393
Harper, M., 191
Harré, R., 281, 298
Harriman, J., 16
Harris, A. J. L., 395, 396, 401
Harris, C. L., 288
Harris, E., 401
Harris, P. L., 13
Harris, T. E., 220
Harris, V. A., 49, 254
Harrison, C., 13
Harrison, J. K., 482
Harrison, K. S., 446
Harrison, R. P., 102, 118
Hart, D., 268
Hart, R. P., 202
Hart, W., 258
Harter, S., 266, 267, 268
Hartshorne, J., 401
Harvey, R. D., 16
Harwood, J., 30, 32, 34, 40
Harzing, A. W. K., 482
Hasan, R., 141, 142, 143
Haslam, N., 160, 161, 194
Haspelmath, M., 53
Hasson, U., 365
Hastie, R., 238, 260
Hastorf, A. H., 255
Hatfield, D., 504
Hauk, O., 287, 324
Hauser, G., 190, 193
Hauserman, N., 74
Hausmann, R. G. M., 492, 493, 501
Hautassari, A., 483
Havas, D., 287
Havas, D. A., 324
Haviland, S. E., 119, 380, 422
Hayashi, M., 89, 138
Hayes, P., 493, 496
Haynes, T. L., 498
Hazam, H., 69
Hazelwood, L. L., 446
Healey, J., 196, 357
Healey, P., 356
Healing, S., 113, 114, 118, 119, 120, 122, 128
Heaphy, E., 220
Heartfield, J., 331
Heath, D. C., 102, 118
Heaton, H., 14, 18
Heckler, S. E., 235, 236
Hedberg, N., 102
Hedden, T, 370
Hedging, 391
Heesacker, M., 179
Heffner, T. S., 223
Hefner, V., 197
Hegarty, P., 162, 163, 164, 172
(p. 527) Heim, S., 377
Heine, S. J., 78
Heinemann, T., 89, 138
Heino, R., 193, 194
Heise, E., 165
Hekkert, P., 335
Heller, D., 100, 104
Helmreich, R., 66, 73
Helmreich, R. L., 220, 223, 225
Hélot, C., 411
Hendler, T., 336
Hendrick, S. S., 69
Hendriks, P., 365, 378, 381
Hendron, M. G., 224
Henetz, T., 96, 105
Henkel, L. A., 447
Henle, M., 389
Henley, N. M., 62, 63, 64, 163
Henly, A., 102, 354
Henrich, J., 78
Henriques, J., 298
Henwood, K., 16
Hepburn, A., 296, 297, 299, 300, 302, 303, 304, 307, 310
Herbert, C., 285286
Herbsleb, J., 480
Heritage, J. C., 300, 301, 302, 304, 305, 309
Hernandez, J., 447
Hernandez, L. M., 335
Herring, S. C., 484
Herrman, M., 285
Hertel, P. T., 288
Hertwig, R., 388
Herv, P., 370
Hess, J., 192
Heuristic attribute, 101
Heuy, E. D., 285
Hewstone, M., 12, 16, 17, 35
Heyman, G. D., 49
Heyman, S., 482
Heyman, T., 401
Hickok, G., 370, 371
Hicks, C., 270
Hierarchies, dialogue, 9192
Higgins, E. T., 234, 238, 239, 422
High-stakes paradox, 400401
Hild, T., 425
Hill, R. W., 500
Hillyard, S. A., 6, 368, 369
Hilton, D. F., 251
Hilton, D. J., 395, 398
Hiltz, S. R., 484
Hints, 495, 496497
Hippler, H. J., 246, 423, 424, 425
Hirata, K., 480
Hirokawa, R. Y., 465
Hirsch, E., 355
Hirschberger, G., 223
Hirsh, J. B., 206, 207, 213
Hirshorn, E., 285
Hirst, W., 266, 269, 273, 274
Hite-Mitchell, H., 496
HMOSAIC model, of perception and action, 326
Hochschild, A. R., 281
Hodges, J. R., 287
Hodgins, H. S., 18
Hodgson, E. R., 12, 17
Hodgson, R., 409
Hoebeke, T., 194
Hoeks, J. C. J., 365, 367, 368, 368d, 369, 370, 372, 373, 376, 377, 378, 379, 381, 382
Hoey, M., 144
Hoffman, B. J., 269
Hoffmann, J. E., 369
Hoffner, C. A., 182
Hoffnung, M., 65
Hofmann, M. J., 285
Hofmann, W., 256
Hofstede, G., 29, 38, 53, 169, 481
Hogg, J., 98
Hogg, M. A., 17
Hogstrom, L. J., 336
Hoiberg, D., 206
Holcomb, P. J., 368
Hold, gesture, 115
Holistic cognitive processing style, 47, 55
Holler, J., 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 127, 128
Holleran, S. E., 207, 211, 213
Holley, S. R., 74
Holliday, H., 69, 70, 72
Holliman, E., 96
Hollin, C. R., 442
Hollingworth, A., 352
Hollinshead, M., 284
Hollway, W., 298, 302
Holmberg, D., 194
Holmes, J., 62, 63, 205
Holmes, J. G., 269
Holmes, M. E., 465
Holobow, N. E., 16
Holtgraves, T., 5, 40, 46, 47, 48, 150, 183, 206, 207, 208, 209, 234, 239, 242, 250, 253, 257, 258, 352, 391, 401, 439, 484, 493
Holtzman, N. S., 212, 213
Homophobic slurs, 158160
Hong, S. L., 209, 214
Hong, T., 182
Honorof, D. N., 12
Hoobler, G. D., 461
Hopper, R., 13, 20, 195, 196
Horn, D. B., 480
Horn, L. R., 390, 393
Hornak, J., 284
Hornberger, N., 412, 416
Horne, J., 309
Hornsey, M. J., 172
Hornstein, G., 193, 195
Horton, W. S., 99, 100, 103, 356
Horvitz, E., 484
Hoskins, A., 461
Hosman, L. A., 183
Hossain, L., 220
Hostetter, A. B., 324
Hotta, J., 30
Houd, O., 370
Houghton Mifflin, 259
House, R., 38
Housley, M. K., 169
Houston, M. J., 235, 236
Housum, J., 101
Houtkoop-Steenstra, H., 300, 420
Hovland, C., 180
Howard, D. J., 244
Hoymann, G., 138
Hoyt, T., 272, 273, 274, 275
Hruska, C., 377
Hsu, L.-H., 166
Hu, X., 493, 495, 496
Huang, Y. T., 269, 393
Hubbard, F., 431, 434
Hubs, 370
Huey, E. D., 285
Huffaker, D., 225, 466
Hugenberg, K., 159
Hughes, K. R., 12
Hughes, M., 191
Huguet, P., 19
Humor elicitation, in informal conversations, 242
Humphreys, G. W., 100
Hung, I. W., 236, 238, 245
Hunt, L., III, 380
Hunter, B., 164
Hunter, J. E., 178, 462
Hurt, L., 450
Huston, A. C., 77
Hutcheonk L., 150
Hwang, H. C., 461
Hwang, S. D., 482
Hyde, J. S., 63, 64, 77, 171
Hyder, E. B., 460, 463
Hyman, I. E., 266
Hypertexts, 196
Hypothetical intention, 355
I
Iacobonni, M., 287
Iakimovac, G., 335
Ickes, W., 213
Ide, S., 94
Identity
definition of, 267
language in, 23, 27 (See also specific topics)
personal, 2728, 32
relational role, 2728
social, 2728, 32
language and, 3233
voice in, 12
Identity-based perspectives, multiple, 2742
face-negotiation dynamics in, 37
face-negotiation theory in, 3841 (See also Face-negotiation theory (FNT))
(p. 528) Identity-based perspectives, multiple (Cont.)
future research directions in
face negotiation issues in, 4142
intergroup identity language issues in, 41
identities in, 2728
identity negotiation theory in, 3034 (See also Identity negotiation theory (INT))
intercultural process competence lens on, 2829
intergroup communication accommodation theory in, 3437 (See also Communication accommodation theory (CAT), intergroup)
Identity membership community, types of, 28
Identity negotiation theory (INT), 2932
constructive communication skills in, 29
core assumptions of, 3031
cultural-ethnic identity intersecting issues in, 3132
cultural identity salience in, 31
culture-sensitive knowledge in, 29
ethnic identity salience in, 31
intergroup perspective on, 3234
language and social identity in, 3233
multilingualism and social identity in, relationship perspective on, 3334
social identity and personal identity in, 2728, 32
mindfulness in, 29
synopsis of, 30
Identity orientation awareness viewpoint, 29
Idioms, personal, in interpersonal relationships, 196
Ifert, D. E., 462
Igou, E. R., 426
Ilie, C., 179
Ilies, R., 74
Imaginability, 181
Implicature
conversational, 350, 379
scalar, 379380
Implicit causal and dispositional information, in attributions, 250261. See also Attributions, implicit causal and dispositional information in
Implicit verb causality
explanations of, 257258
on explicit attribution tasks, 258
theory of, 257
Impression management, in communication, 373
Inaba, R., 483
Inbau, F. E., 450, 451, 452
Incipient compliance, 296
Inclusive language, in gender marking, 164166
Inclusiveness, multicultural, in classroom, 408409
Incomprehensibility, standardization and, 1516
Independent processing, by functionally encapsulated subsystems, 99, 103105, 105f
Indexical functions, of interpersonal relationships, 191
Indicating gestures, 115
Indirect emotional communication, in informal conversations, 242243
Indirect meaning
ambiguity of, 440
communication of desire and refusal of sexual consent in, 442
in legal disputes, 440
Indirect speech acts
in informal conversations, 242
“off-record,” 442
sarcasm as, 149150
Individualistic worldviews, pronouns for, 169170
Inferences, 379
bridging, 380
in event-related potential study of conversational coherence, 379381
in survey interviewing, 420421
of answers in strictly standardized interviews, 428429
inferring meaning in questionnaires from, 422426, 425t
Informal conversations, communication in, 240243
communication norms in get-acquainted conversations in, 243
humor elicitation in, 242
indirect speech acts and emotional communication in, 242243
principles of, 240241
reactions to individuals’ self-descriptions in, 241
teasing and sarcasm in, 241242
Information integration, illusion of, 105
Information structure, in event-related potential study of conversational coherence, 377379
Informativeness
in advertising, 244245
in psychological experiments, 245246
requirement of, for discourse topic, 146147
violations of, in media, 243244
Infrahumanization
language in, 157
metaphors in, 161
Ingram, R. E., 211
Ingroup membership face concern (IGMFC), 40
Ingroup-serving bias, 255
Inkpen, K., 483
Innovation
in creativity, 149
optimal
double-grounded, 335, 342
on environment, 336337
processing of, 334335
Input-process-output (IPO) model, 219220
language measurement strategy in, 220222
Insert sequences, 90
Insler, R. Z., 284
Instant messaging (IM), 472. See also Computer-mediated communication
affordances of, 473t
reviewability and revisibility of, 480481
INSTRUCT, 474t
Instrumental functions, of interpersonal relationships, 191
Instrumental goals, in conflict and conflict resolution, 460461
Integrative orientation, 460
Intellectualism, 208
Intensity, language, in conflict and conflict resolution, 461462
Intentional fallacy, 354355
Intentions
automatic recognition of, 352
failure in understanding of, 439440
Intentions, in meaningful experiences, 348363
assumptions about, 348
definition of, 350
as emergent products of complex self-organization processes, 349350
evidence on use and understanding of, 351354
automatic intention recognition in, 352
common ground information in, 353
egocentric speakers in, 354
excluding individual from understanding pragmatic meaning in, 353354
figurative vs. literal meanings in, inferring, 351352
interpretive errors in, 352353
listener understands intention but doesn’t respond in, 354
probe recognition judgments in, 352
examples of
face-to-face conversation between friends, 348
poetry, 349
written, email, 348349
written, text message, 349
meaning of, theories of, 350351
problems with intentional view in, 356358
collective (we-) intentions in, 357358
cultural specificity in, 358
(p. 529) face-to-face situations in, 357
give and take of conversation in, 357
interactive perspective in, 356357
linguistic understanding as direct perception in, 356
in multiauthored texts, 358
re-evaluation of empirical evidence in, 362363
as relevance-theoretic comprehension procedure, 351
self-organization of intentional meaning in, 358362
examples of, catching fumbled bar of soap, 359
examples of, nature, 358359
examples of, telephone conversation, 360362
examples of, tennis, 359
principles of, 358
in written language, 354356
authorial meanings in, 355
critics of intentionalism on, 354355
hypothetical intention in, 355
intentional fallacy in, 354355
poststructuralist and deconstructionist approaches in, 355
readers’ assumptions about authors in, 355356
subjective intentionalism in, 354
Interaction, in communication, 373
Interaction-based model, of language attitudes, 2022
Interactive alignment, 131139
in conflict resolution, 467
in conversational success, 139
conversation and alignment of representations in, 132133
coordination of contributions to dialogue in, 133135
dialogue in, 131132
prediction and alignment in, 137139
prediction-by-simulation in, 134
mutual support in, 135136
prediction on dialogue in, 135
social-communicative settings on, 136137
Interactive coordination, 99, 105107
Interactively emergent effects, 106107
Inter-connectedness, of utterances, 463
Intercultural competence
definition of, 29
facework, 3841
identity, key elements in, 2930
identity negotiation theory in, 2932 (See also Identity negotiation theory (INT))
Intercultural facework competence, 38
Intercultural interaction, in computer-mediated communication, 481482
Intercultural miscommunication, face-saving and face-recouping behaviors in, 37
Intercultural process competence lens
behavioral process awareness viewpoint in, 2829
identity orientation awareness viewpoint in, 29
key ideas in, 28
Interest in sex, memory of communication of, 442444
Interference effects, of processing strategies, 236
Intergroup communication accommodation theory, 3437. See also Communication accommodation theory (CAT), intergroup
Intergroup-intercultural facework, relational distance factors in, 4041
Intergroup perspective, on identity negotiation theory, 3234
language and social identity in, 3233
relationship perspective on multilingualism and social identity in, 3334
social identity and personal identity in, 2728, 32
Intergroup relations, language in, 157172
derogatory language in, 158160
inclusive vs. exclusive language and gender marking in, 164166
language abstraction in, 166168
fundamentals of, 166
linguistic bias in social context in, 167168
linguistic expectancy bias in, 167, 255256
linguistic intergroup bias in, 166167, 255256
nouns as fifth level of linguistic category model in, 168
metaphors in, 160162
pronouns in, 168171
definition and role of, 168
gender-marked vs. gender-neutral, 170171
for individualistic vs. collectivistic worldviews, 169170
for personal vs. social identity, 169
stereotypes in, 157
word order and first mentioned in, 162164
Internet relay chat (IRC) chatrooms, 473. See also Computer-mediated communication
Interpersonal processes, language in, 34
Interpersonal relationships, 188198
communication in, 188189
culture in, 188
future directions in, 197198
language in, 189191
as performative, 190
recapitulation in, 190191
as rhetorical, 189190
social facts and, 189
rhetorical vision in, 188
Interpersonal relationships, everyday talk in
functions of, 191193
essentializing in, 191192
indexical, 191
instrumental, 191
six practices of, 192197
intimate play, 196197
metaphors, 193194
narrative, 194195
personal idioms, 196
self-disclosure, 192193
taken-for-granteds, 195196
Interpretation. See also specific types
in conflicts and conflict resolution, 466
encoding in, levels of, 439441
of indirect communication, in legal disputes, 440
in reasoning, 387
salience-based, 334
in strictly standardized interviews, inferring, 428429
in survey dialogue, adjusting, 427428
Interpretive action verbs (IAV), 166, 237, 252253, 252f
Interpretive errors, of intentions, 352353
Interpretive repertoires, 298299
Interrogation, police
false confessions from, 447, 450452
four central messages of, 451
manipulative use of, pragmatic implications of, 450452
Miranda rights and, 445446
Interruption, gender variations in, 68
Intersubjectivity, 98
Interviewer-related error, 421
Interviews
discursive social psychology in, 298299
strictly standardized, inferring interpretation in, 428429
Intimate ingroups, 40
Intimate play, in interpersonal relationships, 196197
Intoxication, on memory of event, 444
Intrapersonal processes, language in, 45
Investigation of legal allegations, “pretext” call in, 445
Involvement, in conversations, 366367
Ioannides, A., 284
Ion, W., 481
Iqbal, S. T., 484
Ireland, M. E., 204, 221, 222, 224, 225, 466
Irmen, L., 63, 164, 165, 170
Ironic utterances, 379
Irony, sarcastic, 149150
Isaacs, E., 480, 481, 484
Isard, S., 473, 484
Isbell, L. M., 237
Ishida, T., 483
Ivkovic, Z., 483
(p. 530) Ivry, R. B., 285
Iwamoto, K., 484
Izard, C. E., 281
J
Jackson, D. D., 85, 463
Jackson, G. T., 220, 493, 495, 496
Jackson, L., 103
Jackson, M., 483
Jackson, M. C., 161, 162
Jackson, R., II, 30
Jackson, R. L., 30
Jackson, R. R., 33
Jacobs, A. M., 149, 285, 335
Jacobs, R. J., 336
Jacobsen, M., 14
Jacoby, L. L., 259
Jacques-Tiura, A. J., 442
Jaeger, J. J., 370
Jaffe-Walter, R., 412
Jain, V., 197198
James, D., 67
James, W., 282
James-Hughes, J., 30
Jameson, K. A., 56
Jamison, K. R., 211
Jansma, L. L., 16, 19
Janssen, J., 13
Jarmolowska, J., 134
Jassik-Gerschenfeld, D., 13
Javidan, M., 38
Jaworski, B., 318
Jay, T., 207
Jayne, B. C., 450, 451, 452
Jeannerod, M., 323
Jefferson, G., 90, 92, 93, 9495, 135, 138, 307, 504
Jefferson, T., 302
Jeffries, C. H., 172
Jelassi, M. T., 465
Jellinghaus, A., 285
Jennings, L., 273
Jensen, D., 194
Jensen, J. D., 182
Jeon, M., 207
Jeong, H., 492, 493, 500, 502
Jesso, B., 268
Ji, L.-J., 5657
Jiang, D., 74, 237
Jiang, Y. S., 235, 236, 238