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Sara LaBelle
Sara LaBelle
Associate Professor, School of Communication, Chapman University
Verified email at chapman.edu
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What do college students want? A prioritization of instructional behaviors and characteristics
ZW Goldman, GA Cranmer, M Sollitto, S Labelle, AL Lancaster
Communication Education 66 (3), 280-298, 2017
1012017
An examination of teacher authenticity in the college classroom
ZD Johnson, S LaBelle
Communication Education 66 (4), 423-439, 2017
842017
Instructional dissent in the college classroom: Using the instructional beliefs model as a framework
S LaBelle, MM Martin, K Weber
Communication Education 62 (2), 169-190, 2013
792013
Discussions of sexual health testing: Applying the theory of motivated information management
MR Dillow, S Labelle
Personal Relationships 21 (4), 676-691, 2014
552014
A qualitative investigation of instructors’ perceived communicative roles in students’ mental health management
A White, S LaBelle
Communication Education 68 (2), 133-155, 2019
462019
Educating young men about testicular cancer: support for a comprehensive testicular cancer campaign
MB Wanzer, SC Foster, T Servoss, S LaBelle
Journal of Health Communication 19 (3), 303-320, 2014
432014
Student-to-student confirmation in the college classroom: An initial investigation of the dimensions and outcomes of students’ confirming messages
ZD Johnson, S LaBelle
Communication Education 65 (1), 44-63, 2016
392016
Attachment, identity gaps, and communication and relational outcomes in marital couples’ public performances
CD Kennedy-Lightsey, MM Martin, S LaBelle, K Weber
Journal of Family Communication 15 (3), 232-248, 2015
392015
Attitudes toward profoundly hearing impaired and deaf individuals: Links with intergroup anxiety, social dominance orientation, and contact
S LaBelle, M Booth-Butterfield, CE Rittenour
Western Journal of Communication 77 (4), 489-506, 2013
392013
Attribution theory in the college classroom: Examining the relationship of student attributions and instructional dissent
S LaBelle, MM Martin
Communication Research Reports 31 (1), 110-116, 2014
372014
Student-to-student confirmation in the college classroom: The development and validation of the student-to-student confirmation scale
S LaBelle, ZD Johnson
Communication Education 67 (2), 185-205, 2018
362018
The role of direct-to-consumer pharmaceutical advertisements and individual differences in getting people to talk to physicians
E Krezmien, MB Wanzer, T Servoss, S LaBelle
Journal of Health Communication 16 (8), 831-848, 2011
352011
Examining the role of self-disclosure and connectedness in the process of instructional dissent: A test of the instructional beliefs model
ZD Johnson, S LaBelle
Communication Education 64 (2), 154-170, 2015
322015
Using the disclosure decision-making model to understand high school football players’ disclosures of concussion symptoms
GA Cranmer, S LaBelle
International Journal of Sport Communication 11 (2), 241-260, 2018
292018
Strategic communication for organizations
S LaBelle, JH Waldeck
University of California Press, 2020
282020
Theoretical and methodological approaches to instructional communication
JH Waldeck, S LaBelle
Communication and learning, 67-101, 2016
272016
A cautious approach to reliance on interpersonal communication frameworks: the importance of context in instructional communication research
ZD Johnson, S LaBelle, JH Waldeck
Communication Education 66 (1), 115-117, 2017
232017
The relationship of student-to-student confirmation and student engagement
S LaBelle, ZD Johnson
Communication Research Reports 37 (5), 234-242, 2020
222020
The relationship of student-to-student confirmation in the classroom to college students’ mental health and well-being
S LaBelle, ZD Johnson
Communication Quarterly 69 (2), 133-151, 2021
172021
Confirmation in the college classroom: The connections between teacher’s use of confirming messages and student’s own communicative behaviors
ZD Johnson, S LaBelle
Communication Research Reports 37 (4), 172-181, 2020
142020
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