Michael J. Cody mainly investigates Social psychology, Interpersonal relationship, Drama, Compliance gaining and Situational ethics. His studies deal with areas such as Developmental psychology and Multidimensional scaling as well as Social psychology. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Interpersonal relationship, Affect, Denial and Locus of control is strongly linked to Interpersonal communication.
His Drama study overlaps with Entertainment, Social learning, Organ donation, Donation and Incentive. His Compliance gaining research includes themes of Dominance, Resistance, Perception and Self-concept. His research in the fields of Situational judgement test overlaps with other disciplines such as Negotiation.
Social psychology, Deception, Developmental psychology, Interpersonal relationship and Attribution are his primary areas of study. His Social psychology study which covers Perception that intersects with Descriptive research. His Deception study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Eye contact, Machiavellianism and Job interview.
Michael J. Cody interconnects Anger and Arousal in the investigation of issues within Developmental psychology. His work deals with themes such as Credibility and Nothing, which intersect with Attribution. His Compliance gaining research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Test, Multidimensional scaling and Resistance.
Michael J. Cody mostly deals with Social psychology, Self-monitoring, Big Five personality traits, Misrepresentation and Gerontology. In general Social psychology study, his work on Flirting often relates to the realm of Organ donation, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Flirting research includes elements of Developmental psychology, Predictive validity and Romance.
His Big Five personality traits research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Deception and Openness to experience. Combining a variety of fields, including Gerontology, Digital divide, Self-efficacy, Downtown, The Internet and Computer literacy, are what the author presents in his essays. His Beauty research integrates issues from Relational communication and Conversation.
Michael J. Cody spends much of his time researching Entertainment, Social psychology, Media studies, Program evaluation and Gerontology. His study of Entertainment brings together topics like Drama, Incentive, Donation, Organ donation and Human services. His Openness to experience and Self-monitoring investigations are all subjects of Social psychology research.
His Media studies study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Identity formation and Explication. His Program evaluation research covers fields of interest such as Health promotion, Social marketing, Focus group and Health education.
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Serious games : mechanisms and effects
Ute Ritterfeld;Michael J. Cody;Peter Vorderer.
Entertainment-education and social change : history, research, and practice
Arvind Singhal;Michael J. Cody;Everett M. Rogers;Miguel Sabido.
The Management of Failure Events: Some Contextual Determinants of Accounting Behavior
Margaret L. McLAUGHUN;Michael J. Cody;H. Dan O'hair.
Human Communication Research (1983)
Silver surfers: Training and evaluating internet use among older adult learners
Michael J. Cody;Deborah Dunn;Shari Hoppin;Pamela Wendt.
Communication Education (1999)
The Power of Narratives: The Effect of Entertainment Television Organ Donation Storylines on the Attitudes, Knowledge, and Behaviors of Donors and Nondonors
Susan E. Morgan;Lauren Movius;Michael J. Cody.
Journal of Communication (2009)
Strategic misrepresentation in online dating: The effects of gender, self-monitoring, and personality traits
Jeffrey A. Hall;Namkee Park;Hayeon Song;Michael J. Cody.
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships (2010)
Interpersonal Communication: A Goals-Based Approach
Daniel J. Canary;Michael J. Cody;Valerie Lynn Manusov.
Goal Types, Gender, and Locus of Control in Managing Interpersonal Conflict.
Daniel J. Canary;Ellen M. Cunningham;Michael J. Cody.
Communication Research (1988)
Perceptions of compliance‐gaining situations: A dimensional analysis
Michael J. Cody;Margaret L. McLaughlin.
Communication Monographs (1980)
Situational Influences on the Selection of Strategies to Resist Compliance-Gaining Attempts.
Margaret L. McLAUGHLIN;Michael J. Cody;Carl S. Robey.
Human Communication Research (1980)
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