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Western Journal of Speech Communication

1987 Volume 51, Number 1

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Number of articles: 7

  1. DART: A Microcomputer Program for Response Latency Analysis

    John O. Greene & Barry F. Greene

    Discusses how chronometric measures such as the DART (Display And Response Timing) computer program, have become virtually indispensable in testing cognitive theories of human social behavior.... More

    pp. 42-51

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  2. SEPARATE.BAS: A Microcomputer Program to Assist in the Textual Analysis of Qualitative Data

    Edward B. Winograd & Gaynell Rothermel Winograd

    Presents the computer program SEPARATE.BAS. and discusses how the use of microcomputer technology for processing textual data offers increased capabilities for the qualitative researcher in speech ... More

    pp. 52-67

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  3. "Strip Charter"--A Microcomputer Program to Quantify Psychological and Other Strip-Chart Data

    Michael T. Motley

    Presents how the computer program "Strip-Charter" assists communication research by quantifying the pen-trace data of psychophysiological and other strip-chart records. Describes the program's... More

    pp. 78-99

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  4. Procedure Print: A Printer Utility for the IBM PC and Compatibles

    John A. Courtright

    Discusses how PRINT, a Turbo Pascal computer program, can assist communication researchers who spend the majority of their time dealing with textual material. Provides an overview of the program's ... More

    pp. 100-16

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  5. The Prisoner's Dilemma: A Computer Adaption

    Timothy M. Ashmore

    Presents a computerized version of the Prisoner's Dilemma game, which runs on several Apple computers. Makes a case for utilizing the program in interpersonal, small group, and social conflict... More

    pp. 117-26

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  6. Microcomputer Feedback in Communication Training

    Ralph R. Behnke & Chris Sawyer

    Considers several applications of microcomputer technology to instructional feedback in communication training. Describes how this technology is advantageous in the delivery of immediate,... More

    pp. 127-35

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  7. A Commentary on Computer-Assisted Instruction in Speech Communication

    Roger C. Pace

    Discusses several advantages of communication education's relatively late response in the movement toward computer assisted instruction (CAI). Reviews CAI in general and with respect to speech... More

    pp. 136-41

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