Katie N. Dunleavy, Ph.D.

2007 West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, United States 
Speech Communication, Higher Education, Sociology of Education
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Matthew M. Martin grad student 2007 West Virginia University
 (Student nagging behavior in the college classroom.)
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Dunleavy KN, Wanzer MB, Krezmien E, et al. (2011) Daughters' Perceptions of Communication with Their Fathers: The Role of Skill Similarity and Co-Orientation in Relationship Satisfaction Communication Studies. 62: 581-596
Martin MM, Dunleavy KN, Zigarovich KL, et al. (2011) Student Excuse-Making from a Face Needs Perspective North American Journal of Psychology. 13: 65-73
Rocca KA, Martin MM, Dunleavy KN. (2010) Siblings' motives for talking to each other. The Journal of Psychology. 144: 205-19
Dunleavy KN, Chory RM, Goodboy AK. (2010) Responses to deception in the workplace: Perceptions of credibility, power, and trustworthiness Communication Studies. 61: 239-255
Dunleavy KN, Martin MM. (2010) Instructors' and students' perspectives of student nagging: Frequency, appropriateness, and effectiveness Communication Research Reports. 27: 310-319
Dunleavy KN, Martin MM, Brann M, et al. (2009) Student Nagging Behavior in the College Classroom Communication Education. 57: 1-19
Dunleavy KN, Martin MM. (2006) A convergent validity study of the decision-making collaboration scale North American Journal of Psychology. 8: 339-344
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