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Sean Limon

Oral Communication Coordinator
University of Florida,
Warrington College of Business
Management Communication Center
PO Box 117150 Gainesville FL 32611
Bryan Hall 233L
(352) 273-3214


PhD - Michigan State University, 2000
MS - Illinois State University, 1997
BA - California State University-Fresno, 1995

Research Areas

Speaking and Presentations, Teamwork, Decision-Making
Communication theories for everyday life
Published Year: 2002
Authors: J. Baldwin S. Perry M. Moffit M. Limon
Informal arguing: The likelihood of providing arguments, rebuttals, refutations and evidence in an argumentative interaction
Journal: Argumentation & Advocacy
Published Year: 2008
Authors: M. Mitchell J. Zompetti M. Limon

The Moderators and Mediators of Door-in-the-Face Requests: Is it a negotiation or helping experience?
Journal: Human Communication Research
Published Year: 2007
Authors: M. Mitchell R. Tamborini C. Zuckerman-Hyman M. Limon

Instructors, Students, Managers, and the Basic Organizational Communication Course: Are We All Working Together or Working Apart?
Journal: Basic Communication Course Annual
Published Year: 2006
Authors: P. Aust L. Lippert M. Limon

Communication traits and leadership emergence: Examining the impact of argumentativeness, communication apprehension, and verbal aggressiveness in work groups.
Journal: Southern Communication Journal
Published Year: 2005
Authors: B. LaFrance M. Limon

A comparison of exemplar and statistical evidence in reducing counter-arguments and responses to a message.
Journal: Communication Research Reports
Published Year: 2004
Authors: D. Kazoleas M. Limon

The two dimensions of the verbal aggressiveness scale.
Journal: Communication Monographs
Accepted Year: 2004
Authors: t Levine m Beatty m Hamilton r Buck sean Limon

The effects of performance feedback on group members' perceptions of prestige, task competencies, group belonging, and loafing
Journal: Communication Research Reports
Published Year: 2003
Authors: F. Boster M. Limon

The Impact of Varying Argument Quality and Minority Size on Influencing the Majority and Perceptions of the Minority.
Journal: Communication Quarterly
Published Year: 2001
Authors: F. Boster M. Limon
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