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Experimental: partition removed, and first
to avert gaze is noted.
People then participate in homogenous
BalesBales-type groups Rosa & Mazur (1979): Results
Experimental: r = .41 between gaze rank and number of
speech acts in the group r = .31 between gaze rank and speaking time
r = .49 first to speak in dyad and first to speak
in Bales-group, and r = .88 with speech act rank
Bales- 2 Interruption Amplitude Interruption Amplitude Morris (1971)—artificial boosting of vocal
amplitude during interruption attempts
Conversations via headset and bone
Control: normal dyadic conversation
Expt 1: boost defender 50% (*)
Expt 2: boost interrupter 50% (ns) Meltzer, Morris, & Hayes (1971) Interruption success and differential amplitude
differential Interruptions more successful for brief increases with
Interruptions more successful for brief increases with
amplitude increase (< 1s or so)
If interruption continues, amplitude no longer
predicts interruption success Do...
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