University of Montana
32 Campus Dr.
Missoula, Mt 59812-1028
Variable by semester, but always by appointment.
My research program focuses on how people communicatively manage problematic events in the context of personal relationships, specifically how people manage and enact emotions related to revenge and jealousy. Recently, I have begun researching the associations between communication in personal relationships (problematic and otherwise) and physical and emotional well-being.
For more information about the Department of Communication Studies, please see: http://www.cas.umt.edu/dcs/
Arizona State University (Ph.D., 2002)
San Francisco State University (M.A., 1998)
Arizona State University (B.A., 1994)
Nonverbal Communication (COMM 202)
Communication and Health (COMM 395)
COMM 410 - Communication in Personal Relationships COMM 202 - Nonverbal Communication COMM 241 - Persuasion COMM 395 - Communication and Health COMM 460 - Research Methods COMM 510 - Seminar in Communication in Personal Relationships COMM 512 - Seminar in Communication and Conflict
Communication of vengeful and jealous emotion; Associations between interpersonal communicative activity and health indicators