Biology of Communication A Communibiological Perspective
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Description: This volume focuses on communibiology, which provides a theoretical framework for developing and testing biologically-oriented communication theory.
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Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Hampton Press, Incorporated
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.25" tall
|Introduction to the Biology of Communication: Toward the Development of Scientific Theories of Communication||p. 1|
|Necessary and Desirable Characteristics of Scientific Theory in Communication||p. 13|
|Rationale for a New Paradigm: Limitations of Existing Models of Communication||p. 27|
|Revisiting Discarded Models of Communication: Methodological and Conceptual Oversights Underlying the Rejection of Trait Models||p. 43|
|Contributions of Contemporary Temperament Theorists and Psychobiologists: A Brief Overview||p. 57|
|Communication as Temperamental Expression: Communibiology||p. 67|
|Dimensions of Communicative Functioning: Super Traits||p. 83|
|Neurobiological Bases of Communicative Functioning||p. 93|
|Strategies for Communibiological Research||p. 107|
|Implications for Theory and Research: What Needs Doing and What It All Means||p. 115|
|Implications of Communibiology for Applied Contexts: How Does It Change Our Approach in the "Real World?"||p. 127|
|Author Index||p. 151|
|Subject Index||p. 155|
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