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Dale Hample
Dale Hample
Department of Communication, University of Maryland, Western Illinois University
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Arguing: Exchanging reasons face to face
D Hample
Routledge, 2006
1812006
Purposes and effects of lying
D Hample
Southern speech communication journal 46 (1), 33-47, 1980
1611980
A Lewinian perspective on taking conflict personally: Revision, refinement, and validation of the instrument
D Hample, JM Dallinger
Communication Quarterly 43 (3), 297-319, 1995
1251995
Individual differences in cognitive editing standards
D Hample, JM Dallinger
Human communication research 14 (2), 123-144, 1987
1061987
Arguing skill
D Hample
Handbook of communication and social interaction skills, 457-496, 2003
732003
Framing and editing interpersonal arguments
D Hample, B Warner, D Young
Argumentation 23 (1), 21-37, 2009
692009
Arguers as editors
D Hample, JM Dallinger
Argumentation 4 (2), 153-169, 1990
681990
A cognitive view of argument
D Hample
The Journal of the American Forensic Association 16 (3), 151-158, 1980
591980
The cognitive context of argument
D Hample
Western Journal of Communication (includes Communication Reports) 45 (2 …, 1981
571981
The Toulmin model and the syllogism
D Hample
The Journal of the American Forensic Association 14 (1), 1-9, 1977
57*1977
A third perspective on argument
D Hample
Philosophy & Rhetoric, 1-22, 1985
561985
Readings in argumentation
WL Benoit, D Hample, PJ Benoit
Foris Publications, 1992
551992
A test of the conflict linkage model in the context of serial arguments
D Hample, AS Richards, L Na
Western Journal of Communication 76 (5), 459-479, 2012
542012
Testing a model of value argument and evidence
D Hample
Communications Monographs 44 (2), 106-120, 1977
541977
Ironic message production: How and why we produce ironic messages
JM Averbeck, D Hample
Communication monographs 75 (4), 396-410, 2008
532008
Arguing to display identity
D Hample, AL Irions
Argumentation 29 (4), 389-416, 2015
502015
On the etiology of the rebuff phenomenon: Why are persuasive messages less polite after rebuffs?
D Hample, JM Dallinger
Communication Studies 49 (4), 305-321, 1998
491998
The use of multiple goals in cognitive editing of arguments
D Hample, J Dallinger
Argumentation and Advocacy 28 (3), 109-122, 1992
491992
The role of taking conflict personally in imagined interactions about conflict
KP Wallenfelsz, D Hample
Southern Communication Journal 75 (5), 471-487, 2010
472010
Predicting immediate belief change and adherence to argument claims
D Hample
Communications Monographs 45 (3), 219-228, 1978
451978
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