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"I hate when you do that!" : a multiple goals perspective of individuals using teasing to change their partner
Teasing is a pervasive form of communication that has been examined through limited lenses. Within romantic relationships, teasing can hurt a partner, enhance a relationship, or even change the attributes and behaviors of ...
Ambiguous artifacts : exploring sensemaking towards organizational identification
Scholars have long sought to understand how professionals construct their identity relative to the organizations in which they work. Organizations put in place loose and flexible structures to be responsive to emerging ...
The effects of person-first language on attributions about people with substance use disorders
Proponents of person-first language have called for using it as a stigma-reducing communication strategy when referring to individuals with substance use disorders. However, there has been lack of empirical evidence ...