Nicholas A. Palomares
Nicholas A. Palomares
Professor of Communication, University of California, Davis
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Strategic topic avoidance: An investigation of topic avoidance frequency, strategies used, and relational correlates
RM Dailey, NA Palomares
Communication Monographs 71 (4), 471-496, 2004
Intergroup theory and communication processes
J Harwood, H Giles, NA Palomares
Intergroup communication: Multiple perspectives, 1-17, 2005
Gender schematicity, gender identity salience, and gender‐linked language use
NA Palomares
Human Communication Research 30 (4), 556-588, 2004
Language, gender salience, and social influence
SA Reid, N Keerie, NA Palomares
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 22 (2), 210-233, 2003
Explaining gender-based language use: Effects of gender identity salience on references to emotion and tentative language in intra-and intergroup contexts
NA Palomares
Human Communication Research 34 (2), 263-286, 2008
Virtual gender identity: the linguistic assimilation to gendered avatars in computer-mediated communication
NA Palomares, EJ Lee
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 29, 5-23, 2010
Gender, language, and social influence: A test of expectation states, role congruity, and self-categorization theories
SA Reid, NA Palomares, GL Anderson, B Bondad-Brown
Human communication research 35 (4), 465-490, 2009
Women are sort of more tentative than men, aren't they? How men and women use tentative language differently, similarly, and counterstereotypically as a function of gender salience
NA Palomares
Communication Research 36 (4), 538-560, 2009
Toward a theory of goal detection in social interaction: Effects of contextual ambiguity and tactical functionality on goal inferences and inference certainty
NA Palomares
Communication Research 35 (1), 109-148, 2008
Intergroup accommodation, social categories, and identities
NA Palomares, H Giles, J Soliz, C Gallois
Communication accommodation theory: Negotiating personal relationships and …, 2016
Topical profiling: Emergent, co-occurring, and relationally defining topics in talk
K Kellermann, NA Palomares
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 23 (3), 308-337, 2004
The gender-linked language effect: an empirical test of a general process model
A Mulac, H Giles, JJ Bradac, NA Palomares
Language Sciences 38, 22-31, 2013
Knowledge structures and social interaction
CR Berger, NA Palomares
The SAGE handbook of interpersonal communication, 2011
Did you see it coming? Effects of the specificity and efficiency of goal pursuit on the accuracy and onset of goal detection in social interaction
NA Palomares
Communication Research 36 (4), 475-509, 2009
The dynamics of goal congruency and cognitive busyness in goal detection
NA Palomares
Communication Research 38 (4), 517-542, 2011
When and how goals are contagious in social interaction
NA Palomares
Human Communication Research 39 (1), 74-100, 2013
Gender and intergroup communication
NA Palomares
The handbook of intergroup communication, 197-210, 2012
The goal construct in interpersonal communication
NA Palomares
Interpersonal communication, 77-99, 2014
One size fits all: Context collapse, self-presentation strategies and language styles on Facebook
T Gil-Lopez, C Shen, GA Benefield, NA Palomares, M Kosinski, D Stillwell
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 23 (3), 127-145, 2018
A self-categorization perspective on gender and communication: Reconciling the gender-as-culture and dominance explanations
NA Palomares, SA Reid, JJ Bradac
Language matters: Communication, identity, and culture, 85-109, 2004
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