His main research concerns Social psychology, Verbal aggressiveness, Higher education, Nonverbal communication and College classroom. His studies deal with areas such as Citizen journalism, Credibility and Developmental psychology as well as Social psychology. In the field of Developmental psychology, his study on Sibling and Sibling relationship overlaps with subjects such as Association.
His study looks at the relationship between Verbal aggressiveness and topics such as Argumentative, which overlap with Organizational communication and Organizational behavior. Scott A. Myers interconnects Inclusion and Excuse in the investigation of issues within Higher education. In his works, Scott A. Myers conducts interdisciplinary research on Nonverbal communication and Immediacy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Interpersonal communication, Nonverbal communication and Verbal aggressiveness. His work on Competence as part of general Social psychology study is frequently linked to Immediacy, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His work carried out in the field of Competence brings together such families of science as Credibility and Human physical appearance.
He combines subjects such as Solidarity, Conflict management and Openness to experience with his study of Developmental psychology. His Interpersonal communication research integrates issues from Organizational communication, Affection, Applied psychology and Communication in small groups. His studies deal with areas such as Feeling and Social support as well as Sibling relationship.
Scott A. Myers focuses on Social psychology, Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Interpersonal communication and Developmental psychology. Scott A. Myers combines subjects such as Control and Likert scale with his study of Social psychology. His research on Mathematics education also deals with topics like
His Communication education and Educational research study in the realm of Pedagogy connects with subjects such as Volume and Field. The various areas that he examines in his Interpersonal communication study include Working mother, Surprise, Order and Dynamics. His work on Verbal aggressiveness and Sibling relationship as part of general Developmental psychology study is frequently connected to Computer-assisted web interviewing, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Test and Interpersonal communication. Scott A. Myers focuses mostly in the field of Social psychology, narrowing it down to matters related to Likert scale and, in some cases, Classroom climate, Teaching method, Courtesy and Citizenship. Scott A. Myers interconnects Discipline, Delphi method, Communication studies and Competence in the investigation of issues within Mathematics education.
His study in Pedagogy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Standardization, Grading, Academic standards and Scholarship. His work deals with themes such as Moderated mediation, Class size and Nonverbal communication, which intersect with Test. Scott A. Myers has researched Interpersonal communication in several fields, including Surprise, Prosocial behavior and Civility.
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The Effect of Teacher Confirmation on Student Communication and Learning Outcomes
Alan K. Goodboy;Scott A. Myers.
Communication Education (2008)
Students’ motives for communicating with their instructors
Matthew M. Martin;Scott A. Myers;Timothy P. Mottet.
Communication Education (1999)
Student perceptions of instructor immediacy in conventional and distributed learning classrooms
Frances Anne Freitas;Scott A. Myers;Theodore A. Avtgis.
Communication Education (1998)
The relationship between perceived instructor credibility and college student in‐class and out‐of‐class communication
Scott A. Myers.
Communication Reports (2004)
Argument and verbal aggression in constructive and destructive family and organizational disagreements
Dominic A. Infante;Scott A. Myers;Rick A. Buerkel.
Western Journal of Communication (1994)
Perceived Instructor Argumentativeness and Verbal Aggressiveness in the College Classroom: Effects on Student Perceptions of Climate, Apprehension, and State Motivation.
Scott A. Myers;Kelly A. Rocca.
Western Journal of Communication (2001)
Perceived aggressive instructor communication and student state motivation, learning, and satisfaction
Scott A. Myers.
Communication Reports (2002)
Students' Motives for Communicating with their Instructors: Considering Instructor Socio-communicative Style, Student Socio-communicative Orientation, and Student Gender
Scott A. Myers;Matthew M. Martin;Timothy P. Mottet.
Communication Education (2002)
Perceived instructor credibility and verbal aggressiveness in the college classroom
Scott A. Myers.
Communication Research Reports (2001)
Instructor immediacy in the Chinese college classroom
Scott A. Myers;Mei Zhong;Shijie Guan.
Communication Studies (1998)
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