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Affective Learning Institute (ALI) - Resources: Social-Emotional Communication

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Anderson, J. F. (1979). Teacher immediacy as a predictor of teaching effectiveness. Communication Yearbook, 3, 543-559.

Chatelain, M. (2018, October 21). We must help first generation students master academe's "hidden curriculum." The Chronicle of Higher Education. 

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.

Comadena, M. E., Hunt, S. K., & Simonds, C. J. (2007). The effects of teacher clarity, nonverbal immediacy, and caring on student motivation, affective and cognitive learning. Communication Research Reports, 24, 241–248.

Ellis, K. (2004). The impact of perceived teacher confirmation on receiver apprehension, motivation, and learning. Communication Education, 53, 1–20.

Frisby, B. N., & Martin, M. M. (2010). Instructor-student and student-student rapport in the classroom. Communication Education, 59, 146–164.

Goldrick-Rab, S. & Stromell, J. (2018, December 10). Teaching the students we have, not the students we wish we had. The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Hamilton, M. A., & Hunter, J. E. (1998). The effect of language intensity on receiver evaluations of message, source, and topic. In M. Allen, & R. W. Preiss (Eds.), Persuasion: Advances through meta-analysis. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Mazer, J. P., Murphy, R. E., & Simonds, C. J. (2009). The effects of teacher self-disclosure via Facebook on teacher credibility. Learning, Media and Technology, 34, 175–183.

Morand, D. A. (2001, Fall). The emotional intelligence of managers: Assessing the construct validity of a nonverbal measure of people ‘skills.’ Journal of Business and Psychology, 16, 21-33.

Richmond, V. P., Gorham, J., & McCroskey, J. C. (1987). The relationship between selected immediacy behaviors and cognitive learning. In M. L. McLaughlin (Eds.), Communication Yearbook, 10 (pp. 574–590). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

Witt, P. L. (2006). Students’ attributions of instructor credibility as a function of students’ expectations of instructional technology use and nonverbal immediacy. Communication Education, 55, 1–20.

Witt, P. L., & Wheeless, L. R. (2001). An experimental study of teacher’s verbal and nonverbal immediacy and students’ affective and cognitive learning. Communication Education, 50, 327-342.

Witt, P. L., Wheeless, L. R., & Allen, M. (2004). A meta-analytical review of the relationship between teacher immediacy and student learning. Communication Monographs, 71, 184-207.