Date of Defense
Dr. Kathleen Propp
Dr. Peter Northouse
We cannot not communicate. Everything we say or do, what we wear, or who we interact with communicates something about ourselves to everyone. Much of our communicating takes place in small groups and on personal contexts. More important, however, is our ability to adequately communicate on an interpersonal basis.
Wilhelmi, Heidi M., "Changes in Students' Perceived Communication Competence: An Experimental Investigation of the Impact of an Interpersonal Communication Course" (2003). Honors Theses. 1691.
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