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Attribution, Communication Behavior, and…

Attribution, Communication Behavior, and Close Relationships (Advances in…

by Valerie Manusov

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People often try to figure out why they acted the way they did or why others close to them acted in a certain way. The thoughts we have about why things happened are known as attributions. People have these thoughts about communication behavior, and they communicate the thoughts that they have. This book brings together scholars from a variety of disciplines whose work focuses on the interplay of attribution processes and communication behavior in close relationships.

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