PERIODICALS

1. McCroskey, J. C. (1958). Elocution or public speaking?Speech Bulletin of the South Dakota Speech Teachers' Association, 12, 5-7.

2. McCroskey, J. C. (1962). The effect of college speech training on academic marks. The AFA Register, 10, 6-11.

3. McCroskey, J. C. (1962). Still more debate over debate.The Forensic of Pi Kappa Delta, 48, 7-9.

4. Klopf, D. W., & McCroskey, J. C. (1963). Speech professionalism and the high school teacher. Speech Bulletin of the South Dakota Speech Teachers' Association, 18, 13-15.

5. Klopf, D. W., & McCroskey, J. C. (1964). Debating both sides ethical? Controversy Pau! The Central States Speech Journal, 15, 36-39.

6. Klopf, D. W., & McCroskey, J. C. (1964). Ethical practices in debate. The Journal of the American Forensic Association, 1(1), 13-16.

7. Klopf, D. W., & McCroskey, J. C. (1964). The professional affiliations of high school teachers. Special Bulletin of the Pacific Speech Association.

8. Klopf, D. W., & McCroskey, J. C. (1964). Characteristics of selected NFL sponsors. Rostrum, 38, 3-5.

9. Klopf, D. W., & McCroskey, J. C. (1964). NFL debate directors' attitudes toward ethics in debate. Rostrum, January, 5-7.

10. McCroskey, J. C. (1964). Fifty articles in fifty years. The Journal of the American Forensic Association, 1(2), 67-69.

11. McCroskey, J. C. (1964). Discussion as a contest event: 1963-64. The Journal of the American Forensic Association, 1(3), 91-97. (Reprinted in Rostrum, December, 1964, 5-7).

12. McCroskey, J. C. (1964). How about the negative? Newsletter of the Pennsylvania High School Speech League, 3, 10. (Reprinted in Rostrum, December, 5-7).

13. McCroskey, J. C., & Camp, L. R. (1964). A study of stock issues, judging criteria and decisions in debate. The Southern Journal of Speech, 30, 158-168.

14. McCroskey, J. C., & Klopf, D. W. (1964). Primary sources as debate evidence. Speaker and Gavel, 1, 78-80.

15. McCroskey, J. C. (1965). Our sophistic heritage: Implications for modern forensics. Newsletter of the Pennsylvania High School Speech League, 4(6), 4-8.

16. McCroskey, J. C. (1965). The double summary ballot--A second look. Newsletter of the Pennsylvania High School Speech League, 4(8), 4-9.

17. McCroskey, J. C. (1965). Toulmin and the basic course. The Speech Teacher, 14, 91-100.

18. Arnold, W. E., McCroskey, J. C., & Prichard, S. (1966). The semantic differential. Today's Speech, 14(4), 29-30.

19. Knapp, M. L., & McCroskey, J. C. (1966). The siamese twins: inventio and disposition. Today's Speech, 14(2), 17-18, & 44.

20. McCroskey, J. C., & Camp, L. R. (1966). Judging criteria and judges' bias in debate. The Journal of the American Forensic Association, 3, 59-62.

21. McCroskey, J. C. (1966). Toward an understanding of the importance of "evidence" in persuasive communication.The Pennsylvania Speech Annual, 23, 65-71.

22. McCroskey, J. C. (1966). Scales for the measurement of ethos. Speech Monographs, 33(1), 65-72.

23. McCroskey, J. C., & Dunham, R. E. (1966). Ethos:A confounding element in communication research. Speech Monographs, 33(4), 456-463.

24. Arnold, W. E., & McCroskey, J. C. (1967). The credibility of reluctant testimony. The Central States Speech Journal,18, 97-103.

25. Arnold, W. E., McCroskey, J. C., & Prichard, S. V. O. (1967). The Likert-type scale. Today's Speech, 15, 31-33.

26. Holtzman, P. D., McCroskey, J. C. & Dunham,R. E. (1967). Rejoinder to "The McCroskey-Dunham and Holtzman reports on 'Ethos: A confounding element in communication research'". P. K. Tompkins. Speech Monographs, 34, 176-179.

27. McCroskey, J. C. (1967). The essence of negative debating. Connecticut Speech Journal, 2, 17-23.

28. McCroskey, J. C. (1967). The effect of the basic speech course on students' attitudes. The Speech Teacher, 16, 115-117.

29. McCroskey, J. C. (1967). The effects of evidence in persuasive communication. Western Speech, 31, 189-199.

30. McCroskey, J. C., & Prichard, S. V. O. (1967). Selective-exposure and Lyndon B. Johnson's 1966 "State of the Union" address. Journal of Broadcasting, 11, 331-337.

31. McCroskey, J. C., Prichard, S. V. O., & Arnold, W. E. (1967-68). Attitude intensity and the neutral point on semantic differential scales. The Public Opinion Quarterly, 31, 642-645.

32. Prichard, S. V. O., & McCroskey, J. C. (1967). An empirical look at an international debate. The Journal of the American Forensic Association, 4, 21-25.

33. Arnold, W. E., & McCroskey, J. C. (1968). General semantics methodology. General Semantics Newsletter.

34. Knapp, M. L., & McCroskey, J. C. (1968). Communication research and the American Labor Union. The Journal of Communication, 18, 160-172.

35. Arnold, W. E., & McCroskey, J. C. (1969). Perception distortion and the extensional device of dating. Etc: Review of General Semantics, Dec., 463-465.

36. McCroskey, J. C. (1968). Latitude of acceptance and the semantic differential. The Journal of Social Psychology, 74, 127-132.

37. McCroskey, J. C. (1969). A summary of experimental research on the effects of evidence in persuasive communication. The Quarterly Journal of Speech, 55, 169-176.

38. McCroskey, J. C., & Combs, W. H. (1969). The effects of the use of analogy on attitude change and source credibility. The Journal of Communication, 19, 333-339.

39. McCroskey, J. C., & Mehrley, R. S. (1969). The effects of disorganization and nonfluency on attitude change and source credibility. Speech Monographs, 36, 13-21.

40. McCroskey, J. C. (1970). The effects of evidence as an inhibitor of counter-persuasion. Speech Monographs, 37(3), 188-193.

41. McCroskey, J. C. (1970). Measures of communication-bound anxiety. Speech Monographs, 37(4), 269-277.

42. McCroskey, J. C., & Lashbrook, W. B. (1970). The effect of various methods of employing video-taped television playback in a course in public speaking. The Speech Teacher, 19(3), 199-205.

43. McCroskey, J. C., Ralph, D. C., & Barrick, J. E. (1970). The effect of systematic desensitization on speech anxiety. The Speech Teacher, 19(1), 32-36.

44. Mehrley, R. S., & McCroskey, J. C. (1970). Opinionated statements and attitude intensity as predictors of attitude change and source credibility. Speech Monographs, 37(1), 47-52.

45. McCroskey, J. C., & Wright, D. W. (1971). A comparison of the effects of punishment-oriented and reward-oriented messages in persuasive communication. The Journal of Communication, 21, 83-93.

46. McCroskey, J. C. (1971). Ethos, credibility and communication in the real world. North Carolina Journal of Speech, 4, 24-31.

47. McCroskey, J. C., & Wright, D. W. (1971). The development of an instrument for measuring interaction behavior in small groups. Speech Monographs, 38, 335-340.

48. Arnold, W. E., McCroskey, J. C., & Prichard, S. V. O. (1972). The intensity component of semantic differential scores for measuring attitude. Western Speech, 36, 251-268.

49. McCroskey, J. C. (1972). The implementation of a large-scale program of systematic desensitization for communication apprehension. The Speech Teacher, 21, 255-264.

50. McCroskey, J. C., Young, T. J., & Scott, M. D. (1972). The effects of message sidedness and evidence on inoculation against counterpersuasion in small group communication. Speech Monographs, 39, 205-212.

51. Klopf, D. W., & McCroskey, J. C. (1973). The process and effects of mass communication. Communication, 2, 69-106.

52. McCroskey, J. C. (1973). Audience-centered messages. Communication, Special Edition, 7-26.

53. Wheeless, L. R., & McCroskey, J. C. (1973). The effects of selected syntactical choices on source credibility, attitude, behavior, and perception of message. The Southern Speech Communication Journal, 38, 213-222.

54. McCroskey, J. C., & Burgoon, M. (1974). Establishing predictors of latitude of acceptance-rejection and attitudinal intensity: A comparison of assumptions of social judgment and authoritarian personality theories. Speech Monographs, 41(4), 421-426.

55. McCroskey, J. C., Hamilton, P. R., & Weiner, A. N. (1974). The effect of interaction behavior on source credibility, homophily, and interpersonal attraction. Human Communication Research, 1(1), 42-52.

56. McCroskey, J. C., Holdridge, W., & Toomb, J. K. (1974). An instrument for measuring the source credibility of basic speech communication instructors. The Speech Teacher, 23, 26-33.

57. McCroskey, J. C., & McCain, T. A. (1974). The measurement of interpersonal attraction. Speech Monographs, 41(3),261-266.

58. Daly, J. A., & McCroskey, J. C. (1975). Occupational desirability and choice as a function of communication apprehension. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 22, 309-313.

59. McCroskey, J. C., & Jenson, T. A. (1975). Image of mass media news sources. Journal of Broadcasting, 19, 169-180.

60. McCroskey, J. C., Richmond, V. P., & Daly, J. A. (1975). The development of a measure of perceived homophily in interpersonal communication. Human Communication Research, 1(4), 323-332.

61. McCroskey, J. C., Richmond, V. P., Daly, J. A.,Camp; Cox, B. G. (1975). The effects of communication apprehension on interpersonal attraction. Human Communication Research, 2(1), 51-65.

62. Richmond, V. P., & McCroskey, J. C. (1975). Whose opinion do you trust? The Journal of Communication, 25, 43-50.

63. Rosegrant, T., & McCroskey, J. C. (1975). The effects of race and sex on proxemic behavior in an interview setting. The Southern Speech Communication Journal, 40, 408-419.

64. Daly, J. A., McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (1976). Judgements of quality, listening, and understanding based upon vocal activity. The Southern Speech Communication Journal, 41, 189-197.

65. McCroskey, J. C. (1976). The effects of communication apprehension on nonverbal behavior. Communication Quarterly, 24, 39-44.

66. McCroskey, J. C. (1976). The problems of communication apprehension in the classroom. The Florida Speech Communication Journal, 4, 1-12. (Also published in Communication, Convention Edition, 4(2), 115-133).

67. McCroskey, J. C., & Andersen, J. F. (1976). The relationship between communication apprehension and academic achievement among college students. Human Communication Research, 3(1), 73-81.

68. McCroskey, J. C., & Daly, J. A. (1976). Teachers' expectations of the communication apprehensive child in the elementary school. Human Communication Research, 3(1), 67-72.

69. McCroskey, J. C., Daly, J. A., & Sorensen, G. (1976). Personality correlates of communication apprehension: A research note. Human Communication Research, 2(4), 376-380.

70. McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (1976). The effects of communication apprehension on the perception of peers. Western Speech Communication, Winter, 14-21.

71. Daly, J. A., McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (1977). Relationships between vocal activity and perception of communicators in small group interaction. Western Journal of Speech Communication, 41, 175-187.

72. Falcione, R. L., McCroskey, J. C., & Daly, J. A. (1977). Job satisfaction as a function of employees' communication apprehension, self-esteem, and perceptions of their immediate supervisors. Communication Yearbook, 1, 363-375.

73. McCroskey, J. C. (1977). Classroom Consequences of communication apprehension. Communication Education, 26, 27-33.

74. McCroskey, J. C. (1977). Oral communication apprehension: A summary of recent theory and research Human Communication Research, 4, 78-96.

75. McCroskey, J. C., Daly, J. A., Richmond, V. P., & Falcione, R. L. (1977). Studies of the relationship between communication apprehension and self-esteem. Human Communication Research, 3(3), 269-277.

76. McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (1977). Communication apprehension as a predictor of self-disclosure. Communication Quarterly, 25, 40-43.

77. McCroskey, J. C., Young, T. J., & Richmond, V. P. (1977). A simulation methodology for proxemic research. Sign Language Studies, 17, 357-368.

78. Sorensen, G., & McCroskey, J. C. (1977). The prediction of interaction behavior in small groups: Zero history vs. intact groups. Communication Monographs, 44, 73-80.

79. Glogower, F. D., Fremouw, W. J., & McCroskey, J. C. (1978). A component analysis of cognitive restructuring. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 2, 209-223.

80. Luchok, J. A., & McCroskey, J. C. (1978). The effect of quality of evidence on attitude change and source credibility. The Southern Speech Communication Journal, 43, 371-383.

81. McCroskey, J. C. (1978). Validity of the PRCA as an index of oral communication apprehension. Communication Monographs, 45, 192-203.

82. McCroskey, J. C., & McVetta, R. W. (1978). Classroom seating arrangements: Instructional communication theory versus student preferences. Communication Education, 27(2), 99-111.

83. McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (1978). Community size as a predictor of development of communication apprehension: Replication and extension. Communication Education, 27(3), 212-219.

84. McCroskey, J. C., & Sheahan, M. E. (1978). Communication apprehension, social preference, and social behavior in a college environment. Communication Quarterly, 26, 41-45.

85. Scott, M. D., McCroskey, J. C., & Sheahan, M. E. (1978). Measuring communication apprehension. The Journal of Communication, 28, 104-111.

86. Baldwin, H. J., McCroskey, J. C., & Knutson, T. J. (1979). Communication apprehension in the pharmacy student. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 43, 91-93.

87. McCroskey, J. C. (1979). Applied graduate education: An alternative for the future. Communication Education, 28, 353-358.

88. McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (1979). The impact of communication apprehension on individuals in organizations. Communication Quarterly, 27, 55-61. (Also published in Communication, 7, 112-120).

89. McCroskey, J. C., & Young, T. J. (1979). The use and abuse of factor analysis in communication research. Human Communication Research, 5, 375-382.

90. Richmond, V. P., & McCroskey, J. C. (1979). Management communication style, tolerance for disagreement, and innovativeness as predictors of employee satisfaction: A comparison of single-factor, two-factor, and multiple-factor approaches. Communication Yearbook, 3, 359-373.

91. McCroskey, J. C. (1980). On communication competence and communication apprehension: A response to Page. Communication Education, 29(2), 109-111.

92. McCroskey, J. C. (1980). Quiet children in the classroom: On helping not hurting. Communication Education, 29, 239-244.

93. Kearney, P., & McCroskey, J. C. (1980). Relationships among teacher communication style, trait and state communication apprehension and teacher effectiveness. Communication Yearbook, 4, 533-551.

94. Richmond, V. P., McCroskey, J. C., Davis, L. M., & Koontz, K. A. (1980). Perceived power as a mediator of management style and employee satisfaction: A preliminary investigation. Communication Quarterly, 28, 37-46.

95. McCroskey, J. C., Andersen, J. A., Richmond, V.P., & Wheeless, L. R. (1981). Communication apprehension of elementary and secondary students and teachers. Communication Education, 30, 122-132.

96. McCroskey, J. C., & Young, T. J. (1981). Ethos and credibility: The construct and its' measurement after three decades. The Central States Speech Journal, 32, 24-34.

97. Baldwin, H. J., Richmond, V. P., McCroskey, J. C., Berger, B. A. (1982). The quiet pharmacist. American Pharmacy, 10, 24-27.

98. Berger, B. A., Baldwin, H. J., McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (1982). Implementation of systematic desensitization program and classroom instruction to reduce communication apprehension in pharmacy students. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 46, 227-234.

99. Berger, B. A., & McCroskey, J. C. (1982). Reducing communication apprehension in pharmacy students. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 46, 132-136.

100. McCroskey, J. C. (1982). Strategies for helping the communication administrator cope with problems of identity and visibility. ACA Bulletin, 42, 13-14.

101. McCroskey, J. C. (1982). Oral communication apprehension: A reconceptualization. Communication Yearbook, 6, 136-170.

102. McCroskey, J. C. (1982). Communication competence and performance: A research and pedagogical perspective. Communication Education, 31(1), 1-7.

103. McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (1982). Communication apprehension and shyness: Conceptual and operational distinctions. The Central States Speech Journal, 33, 458-468.

104. McCroskey, J. C., Simpson, T. J., & Richmond, V. P. (1982). Biological sex and communication apprehension. Communication Quarterly, 30, 129-133.

105. Phillips, G. M., & McCroskey, J. C. (1982). Postscript. Communication Education, 31(3), 222.

106. Richmond, V. P., McCroskey, J. C., & Davis, L. M. (1982). Individual differences among employees, management communication style, and employee satisfaction: Replication and extension. Human Communication Research, 8, 170-188.

107. Rubin, D. L., Daly, J., McCroskey, J. C., & Mead, N. A. (1982). Listening skills among preschool through grade twelve students.Communication Education, 31(4), 285-303.

108. Baldwin, H. J., Richmond, V. P., McCroskey, J. C., & Berger, B. A. (1983). Understanding (and conquering) communication apprehension. Patient Counseling in Community Pharmacy, 2, 8-12.

109. Berger, B. A., Baldwin, H. J., McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (1983). Communication apprehension in pharmacy students: A national study. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education,47, 95-102.

110. McCroskey, J. C. (1983). The communication apprehension perspective. Communication, 12(1), 1-25.

111. McCroskey, J. C., Richmond, V. P., Berger, B. A., & Baldwin, J. H. (1983). How to make a good thing worse: A comparison of approaches to helping students overcome communication apprehension.Communication, 12(1), 213-219.

112. McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (1983). Power in the classroom I: Teacher and student perceptions. CommunicationEducation, 32, 175-184.

113. Richmond, V. P., Wagner, J. P., & McCroskey, J. C. (1983). The impact of perceptions of leadership style, use of power,and conflict management style on organizational outcomes. Communication Quarterly, 31, 27-36.

114. Allen, J., Richmond, V. P., & McCroskey, J. C. (1984). Communication and the chiropractic profession, part I. Journal of Chiropractic, 21(9), 24-30.

115. Allen, J., Richmond, V. P., & McCroskey, J. C. (1984). Communication and the chiropractic profession, part II. Journal of Chiropractic, 21(10), 46-50.

116. Allen, J., Richmond, V. P., & McCroskey, J. C. (1984). Communication and the chiropractic profession, part III. Journal of Chiropractic, 21(11), 36-38.

117. Berger, B. A., Richmond, V. P., McCroskey, J. C., & Baldwin, H. J. (1984). Reducing communication apprehension: Is there a better way? American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 48, 46-50.

118. Fayer, J. M., McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (1984). Communication apprehension in Puerto Rico and the United States I: Initial comparisons. World Communication, 13, 49-66.

119. Kearney, P., Beatty, M. J., Plax, T. G., & McCroskey, J. C. (1984). Factor analysis of the Rathus assertiveness schedule and the personal report of communication apprehension-24: Replication and extension. Psychological Reports, 54, 851-854.

120. Kearney, P., Plax, T. G., Richmond, V. P., &McCroskey, J. C. (1984). Power in the classroom IV: Alternatives to discipline.Communication Yearbook, 8, 724-746.

121. McCroskey, J. C., & Beatty, M. J. (1984). Communication apprehension and accumulated communication state anxiety experiences: A research note. Communication Monographs, 51, 79-84.

122. Richmond, V. P., Davis, L. M., Saylor, K., &McCroskey, J. C. (1984). Power strategies in organizations, communication techniques, and messages. Human Communication Research, 11, 85-108.

123. Richmond, V. P., & McCroskey, J. C. (1984). Power in the classroom II: Power and learning. Communication Education, 33, 125-136.

124. Kearney, P., Plax, T. G., Richmond, V. P., &McCroskey, J. C. (1985). Power in the classroom III: Teacher communication techniques and messages. Communication Education, 34(1), 19-28.

125. McCroskey, J. C., Fayer, J. M., & Richmond, V. P. (1985). Don't speak to me in English: Communication apprehension in Puerto Rico. Communication Quarterly, 33(3), 185-192.

126. McCroskey, J. M., Gudykunst, W. B., & Nishida, T. (1985). Communication apprehension among Japanese students in native and second language. Communication Research Reports, 2, 11-15.

127. McCroskey, J. C., Beatty, M. J., Kearney, P., & Plax, T. G. (1985). The content validity of the PRCA-24 as a measure of communication apprehension across communication contexts. Communication Quarterly, 33(3), 165-173.

128. McCroskey, J. C., Richmond, V. P., Plax, T. G., & Kearney, P. (1985). Power in the classroom V: Behavior alteration techniques, communication training and learning. Communication Education, 34(3), 214-226.

129. Berger, B. A., McCroskey, J. C., Richmond, V. P., & Baldwin, H. J. (1986). Cognitive change in pharmacy communication courses: Need and assessment. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 50, 51-55.

130. McCroskey, J. C., & McCroskey, L. L. (1986). The affinity-seeking of classroom teachers. Communication Research Reports, 3, 158-167.

131. McCroskey, J. C., & Payne, S. K. (1986). The impact of communication apprehension on student retention and success: A preliminary report. ACA Bulletin, 56, 65-69.

132. McCroskey, J. C., Richmond, V. P., & Davis, L. M. (1986). Apprehension about communicating with supervisors: A test of a theoretical relationship between types of communication apprehension. Western Journal of Speech Communication, 50, 171-182.

133. Plax, T. G., Kearney, P., McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (1986). Power in the classroom VI: Verbal control strategies, nonverbal immediacy and affective learning. Communication Education, 35, 43-55.

134. Richmond, V. P., McCroskey, J. C., & Davis, L. M. (1986). The relationship of supervisor use of power and affinity-seeking strategies with subordinate satisfaction. Communication Quarterly, 34, 178-193.

135. Richmond, V. P., McCroskey, J. C., & Davis, L. M. (1986). Communication apprehension and affinity-seeking in superior-subordinate relationships. World Communication, 15, 41-54.

136. Richmond, V. P., McCroskey, J. C., Plax, T. G., & Kearney, P. (1986). Teacher nonverbal immediacy training and student affect. World Communication, 15, 181-194.

137. Wheeless, L. R., Nesser, K., & McCroskey, J. M. (1986). The relationships of self-disclosure and disclosiveness to high and low communication apprehension. Communication Research Reports, 3, 129-134.

138. Chan, B., & McCroskey, J. C. (1987). The WTC scale as a predictor of classroom participation. Communication Research Reports, 4, 47-50.

139. Knapp, M. L., Miller, G. R., Berger, C., & McCroskey, J. C. (1987). The issues at issue: A discussion. Communication Education, 36(4), 397-401.

140. Richmond, V. P., Gorham, J. S., & McCroskey, J. C. (1987). The relationship between selected immediacy behaviors and cognitive learning. Communication Yearbook, 10, 574-590.

141. Richmond, V. P., McCroskey, J. C., Kearney,, P., & Plax, T. G. (1987). Power in the classroom VII: Linking behavior alteration techniques to cognitive learning. Communication Education, 36(1), 1-12.

142. Barraclough, R. A., Christophel, D. M., & McCroskey, J. C. (1988). Willingness to communicate: A cross-cultural investigation. Communication Research Reports, 5(2), 187-192.

143. McCroskey, J. C., & McCroskey, L. L. (1988). Self-report as an approach to measuring communication competence. Communication Research Reports, 5(2), 108-113.

144. Gorham, J., Kelley, D. H., & McCroskey, J.C. (1989). The affinity-seeking classroom teachers: A second perspective. Communication Quarterly, 37(1), 16-26.

145. McCroskey, J. C., Booth-Butterfield, S., & Payne, S. K. (1989). The impact of communication apprehension on college student retention and success. Communication Quarterly, 37(2), 100-107.

146. Richmond, V. P., McCroskey, J. C., & McCroskey, L. L. (1989). An investigation of self-perceived communication competence and personality orientations. Communication Research Reports, 6, 28-36.

147. Levine, T. R., & McCroskey, J. C. (1990). Measuring trait communication apprehension: A test of rival measurement models of the PRCA-24. Communication Monographs, 57, 62-72.

148. McCroskey, J. C., Burroughs, N. F., Daun, A., Richmond, V. P. (1990). Correlates of quietness: Swedish and American perspectives. Communication Quarterly, 38, 127-137.

149. Zakahi, W. R., & McCroskey, J. C. (1989). Willingness to communicate: A potential confounding variable in communication research. Communication Reports, 2, 96-104.

150. McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (1990). Willingness to communicate: A cognitive view. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 5, 19-37.

151. McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (1990). Reliability and separation of factors on the assertiveness-responsiveness measure. Psychological Reports, 67, 449-450.

152. McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (1990). Willingness to communicate: Differing cultural perspectives. The Southern Communication Journal, 56, 72-77.

153. Hickson, M. III, & McCroskey, J. C. (1991).Diagnosing communication problems of academic chairs: Applied communication in context. ACA Bulletin, 78, 8-13.

154. Sallinen-Kuparinen, A., McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (1991). Willingness to communicate, communication apprehension,introversion, and self-reported communication competence: Finnish and American comparisons. Communication Research Reports, 8, 55-64.

155. Chesebro, J. W., McCroskey, J. C., Atwater, D.F., Bahrenfuss, R. M., Cawelti, G., Gaudino, J. L., & Hodges, H. (1992). Communication apprehension and self-perceived communication competenceof at-risk students. Communication Education, 41(4), 345-360.

156. McCroskey, J. C. (1992). Reliability and validity of the willingness to communicate scale. Communication Quarterly, 40, 16-25.

157. McCroskey, J. C. & Richmond, V. P. (1992).An instructional communication program for in-service teachers. Communication Education, 41(2), 216-223.

158. McCroskey, J. C. & Richmond, V. P. (1993). Identifying compulsive communicators: The talkaholic scale. Communication Research Reports, 10, 107-114.

159. Thomas, C. E., Richmond, V. P., & McCroskey, J. C. (1994). The association between immediacy and socio-communicative style. Communication Research Reports, 11, 107-114.

160. McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (1995). Correlates of compulsive communication: Quantitative and qualitative characterizations. Communication Quarterly, 43, 39-52.

161. Rosenfeld, L. B., Grant, C. H. III, & McCroskey, J. C. (1995). Communication apprehension and self- perceived communication competence of academically gifted students. Communication Education, 44, 79-86.

162. McCroskey, J. C., Richmond, V. P., Sallinen,A., Fayer, J. M., & Barraclough, R. A. (1995). A cross-cultural and multi-behavioral analysis of the relationship between nonverbal immediacy and teacher evaluation. Communication Education, 44, 281-290.

163. McCroskey, J. C., Fayer, J. M., Richmond, V. P., Sallinen, A., & Barraclough, R. A. (1996). A multi-cultural examination of the relationship between nonverbal immediacy and affective learning. Communication Quarterly, 44, 297-307.

164. McCroskey, J. C., Sallinen, A., Fayer, J. M., Richmond, V. P., & Barraclough, R. A. (1996). Nonverbal immediacy and cognitive learning: A cross-cultural investigation. Communication Education, 45, 200-211.

165. Wooten, A. G., & McCroskey, J. C. (1996). Student trust of teacher as a function of socio-communicative style of teacher and socio-communicative orientation of student. Communication Research Reports, 13, 94-100.

166. Thweatt, K.S., & McCroskey, J.C. (1996). Teacher Nonimmediacy and Misbehavior: Unintentional Negative Communication. Communication Research Reports, 13 (2), 198-204. 

167. Teven, J. J., & McCroskey, J. C. (1997). The relationship of perceived teacher caring with student learning and teacher evaluation. Communication Education, 46, 1-9.

168. Sidelinger, R.J., & McCroskey, J.C. (1997). Communication correlates of teacher clarity in the college classroom. Communication Research Reports, 14, 1-10.169.

169. Neuliep, J.W., & McCroskey, J.C. (1997). The development of intercultural and interethnic communication apprehension scales. Communication Research Reports, 14, 145-156.

170. Beatty, M.J., & McCroskey, J.C. (1997). It's in our nature: Verbal aggressiveness as temperamental expression. Communication Quarterly, 45, 446-460.

171. Richmond, V.P., McCroskey, J.C., & Roach, K.D. (1997). Communication and decision-making styles, power base usage, and satisfaction in marital dyads. Communication Quarterly, 45,410-426.

172.Neuliep, J. W., & McCroskey, J. C. (1997). The development of a U.S. and generalized ethnocentrism scale. Communication Research Reports, 14 (4), 385-398.

173. Wanzer, M.A., & McCroskey, J.C. (1998). Teacher socio-communicative style as a correlate of student affect toward teacher and course material. Communication Education, 47, 43-52.

174. Beatty, M. J., McCroskey, J. C., & Heisel, A.D. (1998). Communication apprehension as temperamental expression: A communibiological paradigm. Communication Monographs, 65, 197-219.

175. Thweatt, K. S., & McCroskey, J. C. (1998). The impact of teacher immediacy and misbehaviors on teacher credibility. Communication Education, 47, 348-358.

176. Teven, J. J., Richmond, V.P., & McCroskey, J. C. (1998). Measuring tolerance for disagreement. Communication Research Reports, 15, 209-217.

177. Chesebro, J. L., & McCroskey, J. C. (1998). The development of the teacher clarity short inventory (TCSI) to measure clear teaching in the classroom. Communication Research Reports, 15, 262-266.

178. Richmond, V. P., Smith, R. S., Heisel, A. M., & McCroskey, J. C. (1998). The impact of communication apprehension and fear of talking with a physician and perceived medical outcomes. Communication Research Reports, 15, 344-353.

179. Chesebro, J. L., & McCroskey, J. C. (1998). The relationship of teacher clarity and teacher immediacy with students' experiences of state receiver apprehension. Communication Quarterly, 46, 446-456.

180. McCroskey, J. C., & Teven, J. J. (1999). Goodwill: A reexamination of the construct and its measurement. Communication Monographs, 66, 90-103.

181. Heisel, A. D., McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (1999). Testing theoretical relationships and non-relationships of genetically-based predictors: Getting started with communibiology. Communication Research Reports, 16, 1-9.

182. Rocca, K. A., & McCroskey, J. C. (1999). The interrelationship of student ratings of instructors' immediacy, verbal aggressiveness, homophily, and interpersonal attraction. Communication Education, 48, 308-316.

183. Chory, R. M., & McCroskey, J. C. (1999). The relationship between teacher management communication style and affective learning. Communication Quarterly, 47,1-11.

184. Baringer, D. K., & McCroskey, J. C. (2000). Immediacy in the classroom: Student immediacy. Communication Education, 49, 178-186.

185. McCroskey, J. C., & Beatty, M. J. (2000). The communibiological perspective: Implications for communication instruction. Communication Education, 49, 1-6.

186. Beatty, M. J., & McCroskey, J. C. (2000). A few comments about communibiology and the nature/nurture qustion. Communication Education, 49, 25-28.

187. Beatty, M. J., & McCroskey, J. C. (2000). Theory, scientific evidence, and the communibiological paradigm: Reflections on misguided criticism. Communication Education, 49, 36-44.

188. Chesebro, J. L., & McCroskey, J. C. (2000). The relationship between students' reports of learning and their actual recall of lecture material: A validity test. Communication Education, 49, 297-301.

189. Richmond, V. P., & McCroskey, J. C. (2000). The impact of supervisor and subordinate immediacy on relational and organizational outcomes. Communication Monographs, 67, 85-95.

190. Cole, J. G., & McCroskey, J. C. (2000). Temperament and socio-communicative orientation. Communication Research Reports, 17, 105-114.

191. McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (2000). Applying reciprocity and accommodation theories to supervisor/subordinate communication. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 28, 278-289.

192. Chesebro, J. L., & McCroskey, J. C. (2001). The relationship of teacher clarity and immediacy with student state receiver apprehension, affect, and cognitive learning. Communication Education, 50, 59-68.

193. Neuliep, J. W., Chaudoir, M., & McCroskey, J. C. (2001). A cross-cultural comparison of ethnocentrism among Japanese and United States college students. Communication Research Reports, 18, 137-146.

194. Richmond, V. P., Smith, R. S., Jr., Heisel, A. D., & McCroskey, J. C. (2001). Immediacy in the physician/patient relationship. Communication Research Reports, 18, 211-216.

195. Toale, M. C., & McCroskey, J. C. (2001). Ethnocentrism and trait communication apprehension as predictors of interethnic communication apprehension and use of relational maintenance strategies in interethnic communication. Communication Quarterly, 49, 142-159.

196. Wrench, J. S. & McCroskey, J. C. (2001). A temperamental understanding of humor communication and exhilaratability. Communication Quarterly, 49, 170-183.

197. McCroskey, J. C., Heisel, A. D., & Richmond, V. P. (2001). Eysenck's BIG THREE and communication traits: Three correlational studies. Communication Monographs, 68, 360-366.

198. Richmond, V. P., Smith, R. S., Jr., Heisel, A. D., & McCroskey, J. C. (2002). The association of physician communicative style with physician credibility and patient satisfaction. Communication Research Reports, 19, 207-215.

199. McCroskey, L. L., Richmond, V. P., & McCroskey, J. C. (2002). The scholarship of teaching and learning: Contributions from the discipline of communication. Communication Education, 51, 383-391.

200. Wrench, J. S., & McCroskey, J. C. (2003). A communibiological explanation of ethnocentrism and homophobia. Communication Research Reports, 20, 24-33.

201. Cole, J. G., & McCroskey, J. C. (2003). The association of perceived communication apprehension, shyness, and verbal aggression with perceptions of source crediblity and affect in organizational and interpersonal contexts. Communication Quarterly, 51, 101-110.

202. Burroughs, N. F., Marie, V., & McCroskey, J. C. (2003). Relationships of self-perceived communication competence and communication apprehension with willingness to communicate: A comparison with first and second languages in Micronesia. Communication Research Reports, 20, 230-239.

203. Richmond, V. P., McCroskey, J. C., & Johnson, A. D. (2003). Development of the nonverbal immediacy scale (NIS): Measures of self- and other-reported nonverbal immediacy. Communication Quarterly, 51, 504-517.

204. Neuliep, J. W., Chadouir, M., McCroskey, J. C. (2003). A cross-cultural test of the association between temperament and communication apprehension. Communication Research Reports, 20, 320-330.

205. McCroskey, J. C., Richmond, V. P., Johnson, A. D., & Smith, H. T. (2004). Organizational orientations theory and measurement: Development of measures and preliminary investigations. Communication Quarterly, 52, 1-14.

206. Yung, H. Y., & McCroskey, J. C. (2004). Communication apprehension in a first language and self-perceived competence as predictors of communication apprehension in a second language: A study of speakers of English as a second language. Communication Quarterly, 52, 170-181.

207. McCroskey, J. C., Valencic, K. M., & Richmond, V. P. (2004). Toward a general model of instructional communication. Communication Quarterly, 53, 197-210.

208. McCroskey, J. C., Richmond, V. P., Heisel, A. D., & Hayhurst, J. L. (2004). Eysenck's BIG THREE and communication traits: Communication traits as manifestations of temperament. Communication Research Reports, 21, 404-410.

209. McCroskey, L. L., McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (2005). Applying organizational orientations theory to employees of profit and non-profit organizations, Communicaation Quarterly, 53, 21-40.

210. Neuliep, J. W., Hintz, S. M., & McCroskey, J. C. (2005). The influence of ethnocentrism in organizational contexts: Perceptions of interviewee and managerial attractiveness, credibility, and effectiveness, Communication Quarterly, 53, 41-56.

211. Wahba, J. L., & McCroskey, J. C. (2005). Temperament and brain systems as predictors of assertive communication traits, Communication Research Reports, 22, 157-164.

212. Paulsel, M. L., Richmond, V. P., McCroskey, J. C., & Cayanus, J. L. (2005). The relationships of perceived health proffessionals' communication traits and crediblity with perceived patient confidentiality, Communication Research Reports, 22, 129-142.

213. McCroskey, J. C. (2005). Motives and Communibiology's Texts: Whose Motives?, Communication Theory, 15, 468-474.

214. McCroskey, L. L., McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (2006). Analysis and improvement of the measurement of interpersonal attraction and homophily, Communication Quarterly, 54, 1-31.

215. Banfield, S. R., Richmond, V. P., & McCroskey, J. C. (2006). The effect of teacher misbehaviors on teacher credibility and affect for teacher, Communication Education, 55, 63-72.

216. Teven, J. J., McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (2006). Communication correlates of perceived Machiavellianism of supervisors: Communication orientations and outcomes, Communication Quarterly, 54, 127-142.

217. Paulsel, M. L., McCroskey, J. C., & Richmond, V. P. (2006). Perceptions of health care professionals' credibility as a predictor of patients' satisfaction with their medical care and physician. Communication Research Reports, 23, 69-76.

218. Wrench, J. S., Corrigan, M. W., McCroskey, J. C., & Punyanunt-Carter, N. M. (2006). Religiious fundamentalism and intercultural communication: The relationships among ethnocentrism, intercultural communication apprehension, religious fundamentalism, homonegativity, and tolerance for religious disagreements. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, 35, 23-44.  

219. Corrigan, M. W.,  Pennington, B., & McCroskey, J. C. (2006). Are we making a difference?: A mixed methods assessment of the impact of intercultural communication instruction on American students, Ohio Communication Journal, 44, 1-32. 

220. McCroskey, J. C. (2006). Reliability and validity of the Generalized Attitude Measure and Generalized Belief Measure, Communication Quarterly, 54, 265-274.

 

221. McCroskey, J. C., Richmond, V. P., & Bennett, V. E. (2006). The relationships of student end-of-class motivation with teacher communication behaviors and instructional outcomes, Communication Education, 55, 403-414.

 

222. McCroskey, J.C. (2006). The role of culture in a communibiological approach to communication, Human Communication, 9, 31-35.

223. McCroskey J.C. (2007). Raising the Question #8, Assessment: Is It Just Measurement? Communication Education 56, 509-514.

224. Johnson S., Bodon J. and McCroskey J.C. (2008). Nature Nor Nurture: Understanding Verbal Aggression in the Military. Human Communication 11, 115-132.

225. Wrench J. and McCroskey J.C. (2008). Organizational Coaching as Instructional Communication. Human Communication 11 (3), 273-286.

226. Goodboy A. and McCroskey J.C. (2008). Toward a Theoretical Model of the Role of Organizational Orientations and Machiavellianism on Nonverbal Immediacy Behavior and Job Satisfaction. Human Communication 11 (3), 287-302.

227. Wrench J., Brogan S., McCroskey J.C. and Jowi D. (2008). Social Communication Apprehension: The Intersection of Communication Apprehension and Social Phobia. Human Communication 11 (4), 401-422.

228. McCroskey J.C. (2008). Communication Apprehension: What Have We Learned in the Last Four Decades? Human Communication 12 (2), 157-171.

229. Dilbeck K. and McCroskey J.C. (2008). Socio-Communicative Orientation, Communication Competence, and Rhetorical Sensitivity. Human Communication 13 (3), 255-266.

230. Amsbary J. and McCroskey J.C. (2008). Communication Traits and Social Phobia. Human Communication 12 (4), 458-492.

231. Tibbles D., Richmond V., McCroskey J.C. and Weber K (2008). Organizational Orientations in an Instructional Setting. Communication Education 57 (3), 389-407.

232. Punyanunt-Carter N., Wrench J., Corrigan M. and McCroskey J.C. (2008). An Examination of Reliability and Validity of the Religious Communication Apprehension Sale. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research 37, 1-15.

233. Richmond V., McCroskey J.C., McCroskey L. and Fayer J. (2008). Communication Traits in First and Second Languages: Puerto Rico. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research 37 (2), 65-73.

234. Katt J., McCroskey J.C., Sivo S., Richmond V. and Valencic K (2009). A Structural Equation Modeling Evaluation of the General Model of Instructional Communication. Communication Quarterly 57 (3), 239-258.

235. Dilbeck K. and McCroskey J.C., Richmond V. and McCroskey L. (2009). Self- Perceived Communication Competence in the Thai Culture. Journal of Intercultural Communications Research 38, 1-7.

236. McCroskey J.C. (2009). Communication Apprehension: What We Have Learned in the Last Four Decades. Human Communication 12(2), 179-187.  

237. Punyanunt-Carter N.M., Corrigan M.W., Wrench J.S., McCroskey J.C. (2010) A Quantitative Analysis of Political Affiliation, Religiosity, and Religious-Based Communication. Journal of Communication and Religion, 1-32.

238.  Teven J., Richmond V., McCroskey J. and McCroskey L. (2010) Updating Relationships Between Communication Traits and Communication Competence. Communication Research Reports 27 (3), 263-270.

239. Bakar H.A., Dilbeck K.E. and McCroskey J.C. (2010) Mediating Role of Supervisory Communication Practices on Relations Between Leader-Member Exchange and Perceived Employee Commitment to Workgroup. Communication Monographs 77 (4): 637-656.

240. McCroskey J.C. (2010) Don W. Klopf: A Remembrance. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research 39 (3): 153-154.



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