Charles Pavitt
Charles Pavitt
Professor of Communication, University of Delaware
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Theorizing about the group communication-leadership relationship
C Pavitt
The handbook of group communication theory and research, 313-334, 1999
The “competent communicator” as a cognitive prototype
C Pavitt, L Haight
Human communication research 12 (2), 225-241, 1985
Small group discussion: A theoretical approach
C Pavitt, E Curtis
Gorsuch Scarisbrick, 1994
Implicit theories of communicative competence: Situational and competence level differences in judgments of prototype and target
C Pavitt, L Haight
Communications Monographs 53 (3), 221-235, 1986
The third way: Scientific realism and communication theory
C Pavitt
Communication theory 9 (2), 162-188, 1999
Colloquy: Do interacting groups perform better than aggregates of individuals? Why we have to be reductionists about group memory
C Pavitt
Human Communication Research 29 (4), 592-599, 2003
Resource and public goods dilemmas: a new issue for communication research
A Shankar, C Pavitt
The Review of Communication 2 (3), 251-272, 2002
“Second‐guessing” Message interpretation in social networks
DE Hewes, ML Graham, J Doelger, C Pavitt
Human Communication Research 11 (3), 299-334, 1985
An examination of the coherence of group discussions
C Pavitt, KK Johnson
Communication Research 26 (3), 303-321, 1999
What (little) we know about formal group discussion procedures: A review of relevant research
C Pavht
Small Group Research 24 (2), 217-235, 1993
Does communication matter in social influence during small group discussion? Five positions
C Pavitt
Communication Studies 44 (3-4), 216-227, 1993
Accounting for the process of communicative competence evaluation: A comparison of predictive models
C Pavitt
Communication Research 16 (3), 405-433, 1989
Implicit theories of leadership and judgments of leadership among group members
C Pavitt, P Sackaroff
Small Group Research 21 (3), 374-392, 1990
Implicit theories of marriage and evaluations of marriage on television
EM Perse, C Pavitt, CS Burggraf
Human Communication Research 16 (3), 387-408, 1990
Another view of group polarizing: The “reasons for” one-sided oral argumentation
C Pavitt
Communication Research 21 (5), 625-642, 1994
Melding the objective and subjective sides of leadership: Communication and social judgments in decision‐making groups
C Pavitt, GG Whitchurch, H McClurg, N Petersen
Communications Monographs 62 (3), 243-264, 1995
Alternative approaches to theorizing in communication science
C Pavitt
The handbook of communication science, 37-54, 2010
Theoretical commitments presupposed by functional approaches to group discussion
C Pavitt
Small Group Research 25 (4), 520-541, 1994
An interactive input–process–output model of social influence in decision-making groups
C Pavitt
Small Group Research 45 (6), 704-730, 2014
Small group communication: a theoretical approach
C Pavitt
Charles Pavitt. Available online at: http://www. uky. edu/~ drlane/teams …, 1998
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