Melanie Booth-Butterfield
Melanie Booth-Butterfield
Professor of Communication Studies, West Virginia University
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Perceptions of health care providers' communication: relationships between patient-centered communication and satisfaction
MB Wanzer, M Booth-Butterfield, K Gruber
Health communication 16 (3), 363-384, 2004
Investigating helicopter parenting, family environments, and relational outcomes for millennials
KG Odenweller, M Booth-Butterfield, K Weber
Communication Studies 65 (4), 407-425, 2014
Individual differences in the communication of humorous messages
S Booth‐Butterfield, M Booth‐Butterfield
Southern Journal of Communication 56 (3), 205-218, 1991
“If we didn't use humor, we'd cry”: Humorous coping communication in health care settings
M Wanzer, M Booth-Butterfield, S Booth-Butterfield
Journal of health communication 10 (2), 105-125, 2005
Co-constructing student involvement: An examination of teacher confirmation and student-to-student connectedness in the college classroom
RJ Sidelinger, M Booth-Butterfield
Communication Education 59 (2), 165-184, 2010
Conceptualizing affect as information in communication production
M Booth‐Butterfield, S Booth‐Butterfield
Human communication research 16 (4), 451-476, 1990
Are funny people popular? An examination of humor orientation, loneliness, and social attraction
MB Wanzer, M Booth‐Butterfield, S Booth‐Butterfield
Communication Quarterly 44 (1), 42-52, 1996
The influence of family communication on the college‐aged child: Openness, attitudes and actions about sex and alcohol
M Booth‐Butterfield, R Sidelinger
Communication Quarterly 46 (3), 295-308, 1998
Funny students cope better: Patterns of humor enactment and coping effectiveness
M Booth-Butterfield, S Booth-Butterfield, M Wanzer
Communication Quarterly 55 (3), 299-315, 2007
The funny people: A source‐orientation to the communication of humor
M Wanzer, M Booth‐Butterfield, S Booth‐Butterfield
Communication Quarterly 43 (2), 142-154, 1995
Investing in affection: An investigation of affection exchange theory and relational qualities
SM Horan, M Booth-Butterfield
Communication Quarterly 58 (4), 394-413, 2010
The influence of relational maintenance strategies among coworkers
PE Madlock, M Booth-Butterfield
The Journal of Business Communication (1973) 49 (1), 21-47, 2012
Reach out and touch someone: Analysis of nonverbal comforting responses
DJ Dolin, M Booth‐Butterfield
Communication Quarterly 41 (4), 383-393, 1993
The Role of Instructor Humor and Students’ Educational Orientations inStudent Learning, Extra Effort, Participation, and Out-of-Class Communication
AK Goodboy, M Booth-Butterfield, S Bolkan, DJ Griffin
Communication Quarterly 63 (1), 44-61, 2015
Increasing patient satisfaction and compliance: An examination of physician humor orientation, compliance‐gaining strategies, and perceived credibility
JS Wrench, M Booth‐Butterfield
Communication Quarterly 51 (4), 482-503, 2003
Face and resilience in divorce: The impact on emotions, stress, and post-divorce relationships
BN Frisby, M Booth-Butterfield, MR Dillow, MM Martin, KD Weber
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 29 (6), 715-735, 2012
The relationship between instructor misbehaviors and student antisocial behavioral alteration techniques: The roles of instructor attractiveness, humor, and relational closeness
CJ Claus, M Booth-Butterfield, RM Chory
Communication Education 61 (2), 161-183, 2012
Mate value discrepancy as predictor of forgiveness and jealousy in romantic relationships
RJ Sidelinger, M Booth–Butterfield
Communication Quarterly 55 (2), 207-223, 2007
Individual differences in managers’ use of humor. Subordinate perceptions of managers’ humor
BJ Rizzo, MB Wanzer, M Booth‐Butterfield
Communication Research Reports 16 (4), 360-369, 1999
Stifle or stimulate? The effects of communication task structure on apprehensive and non‐apprehensive students
M Booth‐Butterfield
Communication Education 35 (4), 337-348, 1986
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