The Cognitive Bases of Interpersonal Communication

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stem from the characteristics of the activation and assembly processes operating over the store of procedural records. Finally, the procedures established in empirical tests of elements of action-assembly theory can be applied to the sample message as well. These procedures highlight the temporal characteristics of the message, which provides a window on the underlying cognitive processes.


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