Brant R. Burleson, Ph.D. - Publications

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Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States 

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2015 Holmstrom AJ, Bodie GD, Burleson BR, McCullough JD, Rack JJ, Hanasono LK, Rosier JG. Testing a Dual-Process Theory of Supportive Communication Outcomes: How Multiple Factors Influence Outcomes in Support Situations Communication Research. 42: 526-546. DOI: 10.1177/0093650213476293  0.48
2014 Burleson BR, Denton WH. The Association Between Spousal Initiator Tendency and Partner Marital Satisfaction: Some Moderating Effects of Supportive Communication Values American Journal of Family Therapy. 42: 141-152. DOI: 10.1080/01926187.2012.754244  0.48
2012 Bodie GD, Burleson BR, Jones SM. Explaining the Relationships among Supportive Message Quality, Evaluations, and Outcomes: A Dual-Process Approach Communication Monographs. 79: 1-22. DOI: 10.1080/03637751.2011.646491  0.48
2011 Holmstrom AJ, Burleson BR. An initial test of a cognitive-emotional theory of esteem support messages Communication Research. 38: 326-355. DOI: 10.1177/0093650210376191  0.48
2011 Bodie GD, Burleson BR, Gill-Rosier J, McCullough JD, Holmstrom AJ, Rack JJ, Hanasono L, Mincy J. Explaining the impact of attachment style on evaluations of supportive messages: A dual-process framework Communication Research. 38: 228-247. DOI: 10.1177/0093650210362678  0.48
2011 Bodie GD, Burleson BR, Holmstrom AJ, Mccullough JD, Rack JJ, Hanasono LK, Rosier JG. Effects of cognitive complexity and emotional upset on processing supportive messages: Two tests of a dual-process theory of supportive communication outcomes Human Communication Research. 37: 350-376. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-2958.2011.01405.x  0.48
2011 Burleson BR. A constructivist approach to listening International Journal of Listening. 25: 27-46. DOI: 10.1080/10904018.2011.536470  0.48
2011 Hanasono LK, Burleson BR, Bodie GD, Holmstrom AJ, Rack J, Mccullough JD, Rosier JG. Explaining gender differences in the perception of support availability: The mediating effects of construct availability and accessibility Communication Research Reports. 28: 254-265. DOI: 10.1080/08824096.2011.588580  0.48
2011 Burleson BR, Hanasono LK, Bodie GD, Holmstrom AJ, McCullough JD, Rack JJ, Rosier JG. Are gender differences in responses to supportive communication a matter of ability, motivation, or both? reading patterns of situation effects through the lens of a dual-process theory Communication Quarterly. 59: 37-60. DOI: 10.1080/01463373.2011.541324  0.48
2010 Denton WH, Burleson BR, Brubaker PH. Avoidance may be bad for the heart: a comparison of dyadic initiator tendency in cardiac rehabilitation patients and matched controls. Behavioral Medicine (Washington, D.C.). 35: 135-42. PMID 19933060 DOI: 10.1080/08964280903334535  0.48
2010 Burleson BR. Explaining recipient responses to supportive messages: Development and tests of a dual-process theory New Directions in Interpersonal Communication Research. 159-179. DOI: 10.4135/9781483349619.n8  0.48
2010 Burleson BR. The nature of interpersonal communication: A message-centered approach The Handbook of Communication Science. 145-166. DOI: 10.4135/9781412982818.n9  0.48
2010 Burleson BR, Hanasono LK. Explaining Cultural and Sex Differences in Responses to Supportive Communication: A Dual-Process Approach Support Processes in Intimate Relationships. DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195380170.003.0012  0.48
2009 Denton WH, Johnson SM, Burleson BR. Emotion Focused Therapy-Therapist Fidelity Scale (EFT-TFS): Conceptual Development and Content Validity. Journal of Couple & Relationship Therapy. 8: 226-246. PMID 20052311 DOI: 10.1080/15332690903048820  0.48
2009 Burleson BR. Understanding the outcomes of supportive communication: A dual-process approach Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. 26: 21-38. DOI: 10.1177/0265407509105519  0.48
2009 Burleson BR, Hanasono LK, Bodie GD, Holmstrom AJ, Rack JJ, Rosier JG, McCullough JD. Explaining gender differences in responses to supportive messages: Two tests of a dual-process approach Sex Roles. 61: 265-280. DOI: 10.1007/s11199-009-9623-7  0.48
2008 Rack JJ, Burleson BR, Bodie GD, Holmstrom AJ, Servaty-Seib H. Bereaved adults' evaluations of grief management messages: effects of message person centeredness, recipient individual differences, and contextual factors. Death Studies. 32: 399-427. PMID 18767235 DOI: 10.1080/07481180802006711  0.48
2008 Feng B, Burleson BR. The effects of argument explicitness on responses to advice in supportive interactions Communication Research. 35: 849-874. DOI: 10.1177/0093650208324274  0.48
2007 Servaty-Seib HL, Burleson BR. Bereaved adolescents' evaluations of the helpfulness of support-intended statements: Associations with person centeredness and demographic, personality, and contextual factors Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. 24: 207-223. DOI: 10.1177/0265407507075411  0.48
2007 Denton WH, Burleson BR. The Initiator Style Questionnaire: A scale to assess initiator tendency in couples Personal Relationships. 14: 245-268. DOI: 10.1111/j.1475-6811.2007.00153.x  0.48
2006 Burleson BR, Liu M, Liu Y, Mortenson ST. Chinese evaluations of emotional support skills, goals, and behaviors an assessment of gender-related similarities and differences Communication Research. 33: 38-63. DOI: 10.1177/0093650205283101  0.48
2006 Mortenson S, Liu M, Burleson BR, Liu Y. A fluency of feeling: Exploring cultural and individual differences (and similarities) related to skilled emotional support Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 37: 366-385. DOI: 10.1177/0022022106288475  0.48
2005 Caplan SE, Haslett BJ, Burleson BR. Telling it like it is: the adaptive function of narratives in coping with loss in later life. Health Communication. 17: 233-51. PMID 15855071 DOI: 10.1207/s15327027hc1703_2  0.48
2005 Burleson BR, Holmstrom AJ, Gilstrap CM. "Guys can't say that to guys": Four experiments assessing the normative motivation account for deficiencies in the emotional support provided by men Communication Monographs. 72: 468-501. DOI: 10.1080/03637750500322636  0.48
2005 Holmstrom AJ, Burleson BR, Jones SM. Some consequences for helpers who deliver "cold comfort": Why it's worse for women than men to be inept when providing emotional support Sex Roles. 53: 153-172. DOI: 10.1007/s11199-005-5676-4  0.48
2004 MacGeorge EL, Graves AR, Feng B, Gillihan SJ, Burleson BR. The Myth of Gender Cultures: Similarities Outweigh Differences in Men's and Women's Provision of and Responses to Supportive Communication Sex Roles. 50: 143-175.  0.48
2003 Burleson BR, Mortenson SR. Explaining cultural differences in evaluations of emotional support behaviors: Exploring the mediating influences of value systems and interaction goals Communication Research. 30: 113-146. DOI: 10.1177/0093650202250873  0.48
2003 Jones SM, Burleson BR. Effects of helper and recipient sex on the experience and outcomes of comforting messages: An experimental investigation Sex Roles. 48: 1-19. DOI: 10.1023/A:1022393827581  0.48
2003 Burleson BR. The experience and effects of emotional support: What the study of cultural and gender differences can tell us about close relationships, emotion, and interpersonal communication Personal Relationships. 10: 1-23.  0.48
2001 Denton WH, Burleson BR, Hobbs BV, Von Stein M, Rodriguez CP. Cardiovascular reactivity and initiate/avoid patterns of marital communication: a test of Gottman's psychophysiologic model of marital interaction. Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 24: 401-21. PMID 11702357 DOI: 10.1023/A:1012278209577  0.48
2001 Xu Y, Burleson BR. Effects of sex, culture, and support type on perceptions of spousal social support: An assessment of the "support gap" hypothesis in early marriage Human Communication Research. 27: 535-566. DOI: 10.1093/hcr/27.4.535  0.48
2000 Denton WH, Burleson BR, Clark TE, Rodriguez CP, Hobbs BV. A randomized trial of emotion-focused therapy for couples in a training clinic. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy. 26: 65-78. PMID 10685353  0.48
1999 Denton WH, Reynolds DL, Burleson BR, Anderson RT. The role of marital status in health services expenditures for psychiatric outpatients. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy. 25: 383-92. PMID 10405922  0.48
1999 Kunkel AW, Burleson BR. Assessing explanations for sex differences in emotional support: A test of the different cultures and skill specialization accounts Human Communication Research. 25: 307-340.  0.48
1997 Samter W, Whaley BB, Mortenson ST, Burleson BR. Ethnicity and emotional support in same-sex friendship: A comparison of Asian-Americans, African-Americans, and Euro-Americans Personal Relationships. 4: 413-430.  0.48
1997 Burleson BR, Denton WH. The relationship between communication skill and marital satisfaction: Some moderating effects Journal of Marriage and Family. 59: 884-902.  0.48
1997 Jones SM, Burleson BR. The impact of situational variables on helpers' perceptions of comforting messages: An attributional analysis Communication Research. 24: 530-555.  0.48
1997 Burleson BR, Kunkel AW, Szolwinski JB. Similarity in cognitive complexity and attraction to friends and lovers: Experimental and correlational studies Journal of Constructivist Psychology. 10: 221-248.  0.48
1997 Waltman MS, Burleson BR. Explaining bias in teacher ratings of behavior alteration techniques: An experimental test of the heuristic processing account Communication Education. 46: X-94.  0.48
1997 Waltman MS, Burleson BR. The reality of item desirability and heuristic processing in BAT ratings: Respecting the data Communication Education. 46: 100-103.  0.48
1996 Burleson BR, Kunkel AW, Samter W, Werking KJ. Men's and women's evaluations of communication skills in personal relationships: When sex differences make a difference -and when they don't Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. 13: 201-224.  0.48
1995 Denton WH, Burleson BR, Sprenkle DH. Association of interpersonal cognitive complexity with communication skill in marriage: moderating effects of marital distress. Family Process. 34: 101-11. PMID 7628597  0.48
1994 Denton WH, Burleson BR, Sprenkle DH. Motivation in Marital Communication: Comparison of Distressed and Nondistressed Husbands and Wives American Journal of Family Therapy. 22: 17-26. DOI: 10.1080/01926189408251294  0.48
1994 Burleson BR, Kunkel AW, Birch JD. Thoughts about Talk in Romantic Relationships: Similarity Makes for Attraction (and Happiness, Too) Communication Quarterly. 42: 259-273. DOI: 10.1080/01463379409369933  0.48
1992 Burleson BR, Samter W, Lucchetti AE. Similarity in communication values as a predictor of friendship choices: Studies of friends and best friends Southern Communication Journal. 57: 260-276. DOI: 10.1080/10417949209372873  0.48
1992 Burleson BR, Denton WH. A new look at similarity and attraction in marriage: Similarities in social-cognitive and communication skills as predictors of attraction and satisfaction Communication Monographs. 59: 268-287. DOI: 10.1080/03637759209376269  0.48
1992 Burleson BR. Chautauqua: A reprise of “why are there so few communication theories?”: Taking communication seriously Communication Monographs. 59: 79-86. DOI: 10.1080/03637759209376250  0.48
1991 Burleson BR, Applegate JL, Delia JG. On Validly Assessing the Validity of the Role Category Questionnaire: A Reply to Allen et al Communication Reports. 4: 113-119. DOI: 10.1080/08934219109367532  0.48
1990 Samter W, Burleson BR. Evaluations of Communication Skills as Predictors of Peer Acceptance in a Group Living Situation Communication Studies. 41: 311-326. DOI: 10.1080/10510979009368313  0.48
1987 Samter W, Burleson BR, Murphy LB. Comforting conversations:The effects of strategy type on evaluations of messages and message producers Southern Speech Communication Journal. 52: 263-284. DOI: 10.1080/10417948709372694  0.48
1987 Burleson BR, Samter W, Waltman MS. More evidence that cognitive complexity is not loquacity: A reply to beatty and payne Communication Quarterly. 35: 317-328. DOI: 10.1080/01463378709369697  0.48
1986 Burleson BR, Applegate JL, Burke JA, Clark RA, Kline SL, Delia JG. Communicative correlates of peer acceptance in childhood Communication Education. 35: 349-361. DOI: 10.1080/03634528609388359  0.48
1985 Burleson BR, Samter W. Consistencies in theoretical and naive evaluations of comforting messages Communication Monographs. 52: 103-123. DOI: 10.1080/03637758509376099  0.48
1984 Burleson BR. Role-taking and communication skills in childhood: Why they aren’t related and what can be done about it Western Journal of Speech Communication. 48: 155-170. DOI: 10.1080/10570318409374151  0.48
1984 Burleson BR. Age, social-cognitive development, and the use of comforting strategies Communication Monographs. 51: 140-153. DOI: 10.1080/03637758409390190  0.48
1981 BURLESON BR, APPLEGATE JL, NEUWIRTH CM. IS COGNITIVE COMPLEXITY LOQUACITY? A REPLY TO POWERS, JORDAN, AND STREET Human Communication Research. 7: 212-225. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-2958.1981.tb00570.x  0.48
1981 Burleson BR. A cognitive-developmental perspective on social reasoning processes Western Journal of Speech Communication. 45: 133-147. DOI: 10.1080/10570318109374036  0.48
1979 Delia JG, Kline SL, Burleson BR. The development of persuasive communication strategies in kindergarteners through twelfth-graders Communication Monographs. 46: 241-256. DOI: 10.1080/03637757909376010  0.48
1979 Burleson BR, Kline SL. Habermas’ theory of communication: A critical explication Quarterly Journal of Speech. 65: 412-428. DOI: 10.1080/00335637909383492  0.48
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