His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Deception, Interpersonal deception theory, Interpersonal communication and Nonverbal communication. His Social psychology research integrates issues from Organizational communication, Health communication and Mass media. His studies deal with areas such as Social information processing and Communication theory as well as Organizational communication.
Deception is frequently linked to Social skills in his study. In his papers, David B. Buller integrates diverse fields, such as Interpersonal communication, Equivocation and Credibility. His work on Nonverbal behavior is typically connected to Lying as part of general Nonverbal communication study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Social psychology, Randomized controlled trial, Sun protection, Environmental health and Sun safety are his primary areas of study. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Developmental psychology and Nonverbal communication. His Randomized controlled trial study also includes fields such as
In his study, Sunburn and Response rate is strongly linked to Public health, which falls under the umbrella field of Environmental health. His Sun safety research includes elements of Outdoor workers, Family medicine, Public relations, Medical education and Health promotion. He is involved in the study of Deception that focuses on Interpersonal deception theory in particular.
David B. Buller mostly deals with Randomized controlled trial, Sun protection, Sun safety, Intervention and Family medicine. His work deals with themes such as Health communication, Gerontology, Vendor and Cannabis, which intersect with Randomized controlled trial. David B. Buller focuses mostly in the field of Sun safety, narrowing it down to topics relating to Psychological intervention and, in certain cases, Odds ratio, Public relations and Behavior change.
He has included themes like Trial registration, Clinical trial and Peer group in his Intervention study. His Family medicine research incorporates elements of Adolescent health, Social media, Skin Cancer Prevention and Health promotion. Health promotion is a subfield of Public health that he tackles.
David B. Buller focuses on Sun safety, Sun protection, Randomized controlled trial, Medical education and Intervention. His Sun safety study incorporates themes from Outdoor workers, Environmental health and Occupational skin cancer. Throughout his Sun protection studies, David B. Buller incorporates elements of other sciences such as Health knowledge, Behavior change, Skin physiology, Public relations and Health outcomes.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Hpv vaccination, Human papillomavirus vaccination, Affect, Family medicine and Social media in addition to Randomized controlled trial. Medical education and School district are commonly linked in his work. His Intervention research incorporates themes from PsycINFO, Physical therapy and Peer group.
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Interpersonal Deception Theory
David B. Buller;Judee K. Burgoon.
Communication Theory (1996)
Nonverbal communication : the unspoken dialogue
Judee K. Burgoon;David B. Buller;William Gill Woodall.
Physicians' communication style and patient satisfaction.
Mary Klein Buller;David B. Buller.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior (1987)
Measures of Sun Exposure and Sun Protection Practices for Behavioral and Epidemiologic Research
Karen Glanz;Amy L. Yaroch;Monica Dancel;Mona Saraiya.
Archives of Dermatology (2008)
Prevalence of sunburn, sun protection, and indoor tanning behaviors among Americans: review from national surveys and case studies of 3 states.
David B. Buller;Vilma Cokkinides;H. Irene Hall;Anne M. Hartman.
Journal of The American Academy of Dermatology (2011)
5 a day for better health: A new research initiative
Stephen Havas;Jerianne Heimendinger;Kim Reynolds;Tom Baranowski.
Journal of The American Dietetic Association (1994)
Interpersonal deception: II. The inferiority of conversational participants as deception detectors.
David B. Buller;Krystyna D. Strzyzewski;Frank G. Hunsaker.
Communication Monographs (1991)
Interpersonal deception: XII. Information management dimensions underlying deceptive and truthful messages
Judee K. Burgoon;David B. Buller;Laura K. Guerrero;Walid A. Afifi.
Communication Monographs (1996)
Interpersonal deception: VII. Behavioral profiles of falsification, equivocation, and concealment.
David B. Buller;Judee K. Burgoon;Cindy H. White;Amy S. Ebesu.
Journal of Language and Social Psychology (1994)
Skin Cancer Prevention for Children: A Critical Review
David B. Buller;Ron Borland.
Health Education & Behavior (1999)
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