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Unformatted text preview: International Journal of Psychology, 39 , 276-289. 4. McGroskey, J., McCain, T. (1974). The Measurement of Interpersonal Attraction. Speech Monographs , 41 (3), 261-266. Retrieved from Communication & Mass Media Complete database. 5. Woodall, W., Burgoon, J., & Markel, N. (1980). The Effects of Facial-Head Cue Combinations on Interpersonal Evaluation. Communication Quarterly , 28 (3), 47-55. Retrieved from Communication & Mass Media Complete database....
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