The Cognitive Bases of Interpersonal Communication

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Subject Index

A
Action-assembly theory, 51, 57-65
activation process, 62, 63
empirical implications, 68
explanatory/intentional stance, 54-56
extensions to theory, 65
generative realism, 52-54, 67, 68
memory codes, 59-61
message behavior, 56, 57, 68, 69
multiple or competing goals, 73- 77
output system, 61
Affect, goals and, 163-165 in response generation, 39
Artificial intelligence
cognition and, 229, 230
cognitivism, 231

B, C
Behavior, patterns of seeAction-assembly theory
Cognition
problem-solution conditions, 69- 72
time processing processes, 68 see Communication
Cognitive vs. articulatory processes, 68
Cognitive-communication research
as social in domain and character, 235, 236
equifinal but varied phenomena, 237, 238
interaction routines, 236
interpretation, 234, 235
nonverbal communication, 3
open to transformation, 237
plan complexity and verbal fluency, 238-240
Question condition, 238, 239 seeNonverbal communication
Communication
action-assembly theory, 3, 51, 57-65
cognitive steps in, 8, 9
context/relationship levels, 9, 10
generative realism, 3
levels of meaning, 9
objectives, 39-42
organization, 8, 9
response generation, 37, 39
retrieval and inference, 9
semantic concepts, 10, 11
semantic encoding, 8
storage, 9 seeSemantic encoding process; Memory
Communication acts (conversations)
automatic responding, 38

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