Alan K. Goodboy, Ph.D

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West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, United States 
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Goodboy AK, Martin MM, Rittenour CE. (2016) Bullying as a Display of Social Dominance Orientation Communication Research Reports. 33: 159-165
Bolkan S, Goodboy AK, Kelsey DM. (2016) Instructor Clarity and Student Motivation: Academic Performance as A Product of Students’ Ability and Motivation to Process Instructional Material Communication Education. 65: 129-148
Bolkan S, Goodboy AK. (2016) Rhetorical Dissent as an Adaptive Response to Classroom Problems: A Test of Protection Motivation Theory Communication Education. 65: 24-43
Goldman ZW, Goodboy AK, Bolkan S. (2016) A Meta-Analytical Review of Students’ Out-of-Class Communication and Learning Effects Communication Quarterly. 1-18
Goodboy AK, Martin MM, Goldman ZW. (2015) Students’ Experiences of Bullying in High School and Their Adjustment and Motivation During the First Semester of College Western Journal of Communication
Cranmer GA, Goodboy AK. (2015) Power Play: Coach Power Use and Athletes’ Communicative Evaluations and Responses Western Journal of Communication. 79: 614-633
Bolkan S, Goodboy AK. (2015) Personal, Cognitive, and Emotive Antecedents of Consumers' Choices Regarding Complaint Messages Western Journal of Communication. 79: 413-434
Goodboy AK, Bolkan S, Goldman ZW. (2015) Students’ Imagined Interactions as Intrapersonal Explanations for Instructional Dissent Communication Reports. 28: 115-127
Goodboy A, Martin M, Johnson Z. (2015) The Relationships Between Workplace Bullying by Graduate Faculty with Graduate Students’ Burnout and Organizational Citizenship Behaviors Communication Research Reports. 32: 272-280
Carton ST, Goodboy AK. (2015) College Students’ Psychological Well-Being and Interaction Involvement in Class Communication Research Reports. 32: 180-184
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