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Woelfel, J., & Barnett, G. A. (1992). Procedures for controlling reference frame effects in the measurement of multidimensional processes. Quality and Quantity, 26, 367-381. [also see ID#143]
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Woelfel, J., Holmes, R. A., Cody, M. J., & Fink, E. L. (1988). A multi-dimensional scaling based procedure for designing persuasive messages and measuring their effects. In G. A. Barnett & J. Woelfel (Eds.), Readings in the Galileo system: Theory, methods, and applications (pp. 313-332). Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt.
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Haller, A., & Woelfel, J. (1972). Significant others and their expectations: Concepts and instruments to measure interpersonal influence on status aspirations. Rural Sociology, 37(4), 591-622.
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Barnett, G. A., Serota, K. B., & Taylor, J. A. (1976). Campaign communication and attitude change: A multidimensional analysis. Human Communication Research, 2(3), 227-244.
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Woelfel, J., & Saltiel, J. (1978). Cognitive processes as motions in a multi-dimensional space: A general linear model. In F. Casmir (Ed.), Intercultural and international communication (pp. 105-130). Washington, D.C.: University Press of America.
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Kincaid, D. L., Yum, J. O., Woelfel, J., & Barnett, G. A. (1983). The cultural covergence of Korean immigrants in Hawaii: An empirical test of a mathematical theory. Quality and Quantity, 18, 59-79.
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Barnett, G. A., & Woelfel, J. (1979). On the dimensionality of psychological processes. Quality and Quantity, 13, 215-232.
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Gillham, J., & Woelfel, J. (1977). The Galileo system of measurement: Preliminary evidence for precision, stability, and equivalence to traditional measures. Human Communication Research, 3(3), 223-234.
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[written in 1989] Woelfel, J., & Richards, W. (2009). A general theory of intelligent, self referencing networks. Amherst, NY: RAH Press.
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Woelfel, J. (1982). Marx's theory and the communication revolution. Informatologia Yugaslavica, 14(3), 225-233.
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[written in 1990] Woelfel, J. (2009). Cognitive processes and communication networks: A general theory. Amherst, NY: RAH Press.
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[date written unknown] Woelfel, J. (2009). Foundations of cognitive theory. Amherst, NY: RAH Press.
13
Woelfel, J., & Danes, J. E. (1980). Multidimensional scaling model for communication research. In P. Monge & J. N. Capella (Eds.), Multivariate techniques in human communication research (pp. 333-364). New York: Academic Press.
14
Woelfel, J., Hernandez, D., & Allen, R. L. (1973). Media and interpersonal effects on attitude formation and behavior. [unpublished]
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[written 1990-1998] Woelfel, J. (2009). Neural networks: Application of the cognitive revolution to advertising, marketing, and political research. Amherst, NY: RAH Press.
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Saltiel, J. (1990). Occupational prestige and sex typing in the collective conscience. Quality & Quantity, 24, 283-296.
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[written in 1972] Woelfel, J. (2009). Procedure for the precise measurement of cultural processes. Amherst, NY: RAH Press.
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Barnett, G. A. (1972). Reliability and metric multidimensional scaling. [unpublished]
19
Woelfel, J., Holmes, R. A., & Kincaid, D. L. (1980). Rotation to congruence for general Riemann surfaces under theoretical constraints. [unpublished?]
20
Gordon, T., & DeLeo, H. (April, 1976). Structural variation in "Galileo" space: Effects of varying the criterion pair in metric multidimensional scaling. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Portland, OR.
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[written in 1976] Gordon, T. (1988). Subject abilities to use metric MDS: Effects of varying the criterion pair. In G.A. Barnett & J. Woelfel (Eds.), Readings in the Galileo System: Theory, methods and applications (pp.179-202). Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.
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[written in 1974] Woelfel, J. (2009). Metric measurement of cultural processes. Amherst, NY: RAH Press. [presented in December, 1974, at the Speech Communication Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.]
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Newton, B. J., Buck, E. B., & Woelfel, J. (1986). Metric multidimensional scaling of viewers' perceptions of TV in five countries. Human Organization, (45)2, 162-170.
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[written in 1973] Woelfel, J. (2009). Multivariate analysis as spatial representations of distances. Amherst, NY: RAH Press. [presented in 1973 to the American Sociological Annual Meetings, New York, NY]
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Woelfel, J., & Barnett, G. A. (1974, April). A paradigm for mass communication research. Paper presented at the special session on socialization and the media of the Mass Communication Division of International Communication Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
26
Woelfel, J., Newton, B. J., Kincaid, D. L., & Holmes, R. A. (1979). Precise measures of cognitive structures: Perception of occupational names. Honolulu, HI: The East West Center. [unpublished]
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Woelfel, J., Saltiel, J., McPhee, K., Danes, J. E., Cody, M., Barnett, G. A., et al. (1975, August). Orthogonal rotation of theoretical criteria: Comparison of multidimensional spaces. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Mathematical Psychology Association, Purdue, IN.
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Iacobucci, C., & Woelfel, J. (1995). Artificial neural networks and virtual reality as a basis for research in the new millennium. Birmingham, MI: RAH Press.
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[written in 1993] Woelfel, J. (2009). Artificial neural networks for cluster analysis. Amherst, NY: RAH Press. [presented January, 1993, at the American Marketing Association Attitude Research Conference, Phoenix, AZ.]
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[date written unknown] Woelfel, J. (2009). Galileo as a cognitive system. Amherst, NY: RAH Press.
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Woelfel, J., Newton, B., Holmes, R., Kincaid, D. L., & Lee, J.-Y. (1986). Effects of compound messages on global characteristics of Galileo spaces. Quality and Quantity, 20, 133-145.
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Woelfel, J. (1980). Foundations of cognitive theory: A multidimensional model of the message-attitude-behavior relationship. In D. P. Cushman & R. McPhee (Eds.), Message-attitude-behavior relationship: Theory, methodology, and applications (pp. 89-116). New York: Academic Press.
33
Barnett, G. A., Palmer, M. T., & Al-Deen, H.N. (1984). Translation accuracy: Using multidimensional scaling. In R. Bostrom (Ed.), Communication yearbook 8 (pp. 659-679). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications.
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Saltiel, J. (1988). The Wisconsin Model of Status Attainment and the occupational choice process: Applying a continuous-choice model to a discrete-choice situation. Work and Occupations, 15(3), 334-355.
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Barnett, G. A. (1978, April). A mulitidimensional analysis of the 1976 election: An over time study. Paper presented at the workshop on metric multidimensional scaling, International Communication Association, Chicago, IL.
36
Brandt, D. R., & Barnett, G. A. (1979). Coding of facial and verbal expression of emotion: A Metric Multi-Dimensional Scaling analysis. [unpublished]
37
Barnett, G. A., Wigand, R., Harrison, R., Woelfel, J., & Cohen, A. (1981). Communication and cultural development: A multidimensional analysis. Human Organization, 40(4), 330-337.
38
Canan, P., & Hennesse, M. (1989). The growth machine, tourism, and the selling of culture. Sociological Perspectives, 32(2), 227-243.
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Cody, M., Marlier, J., & Woelfel, J. (August, 1975). A reconceptualization of multiple attribute measurement: The location of unidimensional scales in an N-dimensional space. Paper presented at the Eighth Annual Mathematical Psychology Meeting, West Lafayette, IN.
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Woelfel, J., Fink, E. L., Holmes, R., Cody, M., & Taylor, J. (1974). A mathematical procedure for optimizing political campaign strategy. Michigan State University Communication Research Services, Inc. [unpublished]
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Cody, M. J. (1980) The validity of experimentally induced motions of public figures in multidimensional scaling configurations. In D. Nimmo (Ed.), Communication Yearbook (Vol. 4), New Brunswick, NJ, Transaction Books.
42
Serota, K. B., Fink, E. L., Noell, J., & Woelfel, J. (1976). Precise measures of public ideologies. Revised version of the paper presented at the April, 1975 International Communication Association conference, Chicago, IL.
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Barnett, G. A. (1979, May). Spatial modelling of social networks with applications to the diffusion process: An initial analysis. Paper presented at the workshop on metric multidimensional scaling, International Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA.
44
Barresi, P., Berens, J., Henne, S., Iacobucci, C., & Redmond, E. (2000). Social environment study of Lansing High School students--A study by the Committee Against Violence in Education (CAVE).
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Woelfel, J. (1993). Artificial neural networks in policy research: A current assessment. Journal of Communication, 43(1), 63-80.
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Colfer, C. J., Woelfel, J., Wadley, R. L., & Harwell, E. (2001). Assessing people's perceptions of forests: Research in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. In C. J. P. Colfer & Y. Byron (Eds.), People managing forests: The links between human well-being and sustainability (pp. 135-154). Washington, D.C.: Resources for the Future. [also see ID#129]
47
Stoyanoff, N. J., Woelfel, J., & Danielsen, S. (1995). Datorer som härmar hjärnan hjälper chefer att fatta rätt beslut. In M. Wiman (Ed.), Quid Novi, Nya perspektiv I ledarskap, Ledarskap 96 (pp. 126-131). Stockholm, Sweden: Boëthius & Ehdin.
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Danes, J. E., Hunter, J. E., & Woelfel, J. (1984). Belief change and accumulated information. In J. E. Hunter, J. E. Danes & S. H. Cohen (Ed.), Mathematical models of attitude change: Vol. 1. Change in single attitudes and cognitive structure (pp. 204-216). New York, NY: Academic Press.
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Woelfel, J., & Stoyanoff, N. J. (2007). The Galileo System: A rational alternative to the dominant paradigm for social science research. In M. Hinner (Ed.), Freiberger beiträge zur interkulturellen und wirtschaftskommunikation: A forum for general and Intercultural business communication, Vol. 3: The role of communication in business transactions and relationships (pp. 433-462). Berlin: Peter Lang.
50
Saltiel, J. (1988). Perceptions of occupation names: A multidimensional scaling approach. In G. A. Barnett & J. Woelfel (Eds.), Readings in the Galileo system: Theory, methods and applications (pp.295-312). Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.
51
[date written unknown] Saltiel, J. (2009). An application of a social psychological model to the problem of occupational choice. Amherst, NY: RAH Press.
52
Fink, E. L., & Chen, S.-S. (1995). A Galileo analysis of organizational climate. Human Communication Research, 21, 494-521.
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Fink, E. L., Robinson, J., & Dowden, S. (1985). The structure of music preference and attendance. Communication Research, 12(3), 301-318. (Invited article.)
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[date written unknown] Cody, M., & Marlier, J. Measurement of perceptions of multiple attributes of communicative sources: A metric multidimensional alternative to factor analytic models. [p18 missing in original, may have been numbered incorrectly]
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Haller, A. (2000) Societal stratification. In E. Borgatta & R. Montgomery (Eds.), Encyclopedia of sociology. (2nd ed., Vol 4, pp. 2864-2874). New York: Macmillan Reference, USA.
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Dinauer, L., & Fink, E. L. (2005). Interattitude structure and attitude dynamics: A comparison of the hierarchical and Galileo spatial-linkage models. Human Communication Research, 31(1), 1-32.
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DeLeo, H. C. (1976). A technique for the development of strategies for attitude change: Multidimensional scaling of sex-role concepts (MA thesis). Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.
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Foldy, J., & Woelfel, J. (1990). Conceptual structures as damped harmonic oscillators. Quality & Quantity, 24, 1-16.
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Wilkinson, R. L., & Cary, J. W. (1992). Monitoring landcare in central Victoria. School of Agriculture and Forestry, University of Melbourne.
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Cary, J. W., Beel, A. J., & Hawkins, H. S. (1986). Farmers' attitudes towards land management for conservation. School of Agriculture and Forestry, University of Melbourne. Melbourne, Australia: FD Atkinson Government Printer.
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Vishwanath, A., & Chen, H. (2006). Technology clusters: Using multidimensional scaling to evaluate and structure technology clusters. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 57(11), 1451-1460.
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Hsieh, R. (2004). Comparison across the reference frame: Rotation of Galileo spaces with inconsistent objects--an example of comparison of user's perceptions and online legal policies (Doctoral dissertation). University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY.
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Dinauer, L. (2003). Attitude and belief change in explicit and implicit concept hierarchies: A comparison of two models of interattitudinal structure (Doctoral dissertation). University of Maryland, College Park, MD.
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Woelfel, J., & Murero, M. (2005). Spaces and networks: Concepts for social stratification. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 22, 51-71.
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Woelfel, J., & Fink, E.L. (1980). The measurement of communication processes: Galileo theory and method. New York: Academic Press.
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Fitzgerald, G., Saunders, L., & Wilkinson, R. (1995). Public perceptions and issues in the present and future management of possums. Web site: http://www.maf.govt.nz/mafnet/rural-nz/research-and-development/pest-control/public-perceptions-of-possum-management/posat.htm#E13E1
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Jorgensen, P. (2002). Continuous analysis of internet text by artificial neural network (Doctoral dissertation). University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY.
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Woelfel, J. (1987). Development of the western model: Toward a reconciliation of eastern and western perspectives. In D. L. Kincaid (Ed.), Communication theory: Eastern and western perspectives (pp. 299-314). San Diego: Academic Press.
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Yum, J. O. (1988). Multidimensional analysis of international images among college students in Japan, Hong Kong, and the United States. Journal of Social Psychology, 128(6), 765-777.
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Woelfel, J., & Haller, A. (1971). Significant others: The self-reflexive act and the attitude formation process. American Sociological Review, 36(1), 74-87.
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Mettlin, C., & Woelfel, J. (1974). Interpersonal influence and symptoms of stress. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 15(4), 311-319.
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Woelfel, J. (1993). Cognitive processes and communication networks: A general theory. In W. Richards and G. A. Barnett (Eds.), Progress in communication sciences, 12 (pp. 21-42). Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Publishing.
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Woelfel, J., Richards, W., & Stoyanoff, N. J. (1993). Conversational networks. In W. Richards and G. A. Barnett (Eds.) Progress in communication sciences, 12 (pp. 223-245). Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Publishing.
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Woelfel, J. (1997). Attitudes as nonhierarchical clusters in neural networks. In G. A. Barnett & F. Boster (Eds.), Progress in communication sciences 13 (pp. 213-227). Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing.
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Woelfel, J., Woelfel, J., Gillham, J., & McPhail, T. (1974). Political radicalization as a communication process. Communication Research 1(3), 243-263.
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Danes, J. E., Hunter, J. E., & Woelfel, J. (1978). Mass communication and belief change: A test of three mathematical models. Human Communication Research 4(3), 243-252.
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Saltiel, J., & Woelfel, J. (1975). Inertia in cognitive processes: The role of accumulated information in attitude change. Human Communication Research. 1(4), 333-344.
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Woelfel, J., Cody, M. J., Gillham, J., & Holmes, R. A. (1980). Basic premises of multidimensional attitude change theory: An experimental analysis. Human Communication Research 6(2), 153-167.
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Woelfel, J. (1972). Significant others and their role relationships to students in a high school population. Rural Sociology, 37(1), 86-97.
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Woelfel, J. (1975). Theoretical issues and alternatives: A theory of occupational choice. In J. S. Picou, & R. E. Campbell (Ed.s), Career behavior of special groups (pp, 41-61). Columbus, Ohio: Merrill.
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Woelfel, J. (2009). Hiding the world with (bad) measurement. Amherst, NY: RAH Press.
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Brown-Syed, C. (2004). Using Galileo's Catpac and ThoughtView to analyze texts. Library and Archival Security, 19(1), 63-67.
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Barnett, G. A. (1988). Frequency of occurrence as an estimate of inertial mass: pigs in space. In G. A. Barnett & J. Woelfel (Eds.), Readings in the Galileo system: Theory, methods, and application (pp. 243-264). Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.
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Woelfel, J.C., Woelfel, J., & Woelfel, M. (1980). Standardized versus unstandardized data matrices: Which type is more appropriate for factor analysis. Quality and Quantity, 14, 699-710.
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Lim, Y., Barnett, G. A., & Kim, H. (2008, May). The structure of attitudes toward international aid: Exploring an effective communication campaign strategy for international aid. Paper presented at the International Communication Association conference in Montreal, Canada.
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Dastidar, P. G. (2007). Chapter 7: Thematic analysis of Antarctic science, ocean science and ocean engineering research specialties, 117-149.
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Chung, S., & Fink, E. L. (2008). The cognitive dynamics of beliefs: The effect of information on message processing. Human Communication Research, 34, 477-504.
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Chung, S., Fink, E. L., & Kaplowitz, S. A. (2008). The comparative statics and dynamics of beliefs: The effect of message discrepancy and source credibility. Communication Monographs, 75(2), 139-170. [also see PowerPoint presentation, item #142]
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Allen, S. (2005). Using perceptual maps to communicate concepts of Sustainable Forest Management: Collaborative research with the Office of the Wet'suwet'en Nation in British Columbia. The Forestry Chronicle, 81(1), 381-386.
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Borgatta, E. (1967). Historical notes on "Symbolic Interaction." The University of Wisconsin, DRAFT
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Doerfel, M., Barnett, G. A. (1999). A semantic network analysis of the International Communication Association. Human Communication Research, 25(4), 589-603.
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Wölfel, J., Chen, H., Kim, J., Murero, M., Sharma, B., Woelfel, J., et al. [Hsieh, R.] (2005, October). Artificial neural networks for the analysis of text across cultures and languages. Paper presented at the International Communication Association conference, New York, NY.
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Wölfel, J., Hsieh, R., Chen, H., Hwang, J., Cheong, P., Rosen, D., et al. [Woelfel, J.] (2005, February). Wölfpak: A neural network for multilingual text analysis. Paper presented at the 25th Annual Meeting of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA) conference, Redondo Beach, CA.
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Barnett, G. A., Chang, H., Fink, E. L., Richards, W. (1991). Seasonality in TV viewing: A mathematical model of cultural processes. Communication Research, 18(6), 755-772.
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Barnett, G. A. (1992). The acoustical presentation of technical information. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication (22)1, 39-52.
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Cai, D. A., & Fink, E. L. (2002). Conflict style differences between individualists and collectivists. Communication Monographs, 69(1), 67-87.
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[written in 1988] Woelfel, J., Danielsen, S., & Yum, J. O. (2009). Cognitive theory of collective consciousness. Amherst, NY: RAH Press.
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Rezaei-Moghaddam, K., Karami, E., & Woelfel, J. (2006). The agricultural specialists' attitudes toward alternative sustainable agricultural paradigms: A Galileo method analysis. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment 4(2), 310-319.
99
Wang, G., Dissanayake, W., & Newton, B. (1983). A cultural mediation approach to development and change. Nagoya, Japan: United Nations Centre for Regional Development.
100
Wisan, G. (1972). The construction of a continuous manifold for social objects: A prolegomenous study (Doctoral Dissertation). University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL.
101
Woelfel, J., Barnett, G. A., Pruzek, R., Zimmelman, R. (1989). Rotation to simple processes: The effect of alternative rotation rules on observed patterns in time-ordered measurements. Quality & Quantity, 23, 3-20.
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Woelfel, J. (1992). Communication and science. New York: McGraw-Hill.
103
Woelfel, J., & Napoli, N. (1984). Measuring human emotion: Proposed standards. In W. B. Gudykunst & Y. Y. Kim (Eds.) Methods for intercultural communication research (pp. 117-127). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications.
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Woelfel, J. (1990). Development of the western model: Toward a reconciliation of eastern and western perspectives. Communication theory: Eastern and western perspectives (pp. 219-242). ISBN 4-535-5784-6 C3036 P4500E [Japanese translation of ID#68]
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Dr. Woelfel answers questions from students at UB in COM500, fall 2008
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Woelfel, J., & Evans, C. (2009). Galileo and multidimensional scaling. Amherst, NY: RAH Press.
107
Barnett, G. A., & Woelfel, J. (Eds.). (1988). Readings in the Galileo system: Theory, methods and applications. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt. [.pdf includes TOC & chapters 1-11]
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Barnett, G. A., & Woelfel, J. (Eds.). (1988). Readings in the Galileo system: Theory, methods and applications. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt. [.pdf includes chapters 12-21]
109
[written in 1983] Woelfel, J., & Pruzek, R. (2010). Scaling stimuli as regions in Euclidian space. Amherst, NY: RAH Press.
110
Cheong, P., Hwang, J., Elbirt, B., Chen, H., Evans, C., Woelfel, J. (2010). Media use as a function of identity: The role of the self concept in media usage. In M. Hinner (Ed.), Freiberger beiträge zur interkulturellen und wirtschaftskommunikation: A forum for general and intercultural business communication, Vol. 6: The interrelationship of business and communication (pp. 365 - 381). Berlin: Peter Lang.
111
Mettlin, C. (1973). Smoking as behavior: Applying a social psychological theory. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 14(2), 144-152.
112
link to Richard Feynman physics lectures (4 lectures, 1979 Douglas Robb Memorial Lectures given at University of Auckland, New Zealand); http://vega.org.uk/video/subseries/8 Strong background in physics or math not necessary. Files listing time of topics in the first three lectures available at http://www.buffalo.edu/~c5a/feynmanVids
113
Woelfel, J., & Barnett, G. A. (1982). Multidimensional scaling in Riemann space. Quality and Quantity, 16, 469-491.
114
Fink, E. L., Cai, D. A., Kaplowitz, S. A., Chung, S., Van Dyke, M., & Kim, J.-N. (2003). The semantics of social influence: Threats versus persuasion. Communication Monographs, 70, 295-316.
115
Fink, E. L., Monahan, J. L., & Kaplowitz, S. A. (1989). A spatial model of the mere exposure effect. Communication Research, 16, 746-769.
116
Maase, S. W., Fink, E. L., & Kaplowitz, S. A. (1984). Incongruity in humor: The cognitive dynamics. In R. N. Bostrom (Ed.), Communication yearbook 8 (pp. 80-105). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications.
117
Fink, E. L., Kaplowitz, S. A., & Hubbard, S. M. (2002). Oscillation in beliefs and decisions. In J. P. Dillard & M. Pfau (Eds.), The persuasion handbook: Theory and practice (pp. 17-37). Thousand Oaks CA: Sage Publications.
118
Hsieh, R. (2009). Cognitive mapping: Comparison across the reference frame in multidimensional Galileo space with an example of comparison of user's perceptions and online legal policies. Saarbrücken, Germany: VDM Verlag. [Note: link at left goes to author's webpage.]
119
Marshall, H. (2006). The use of multidimensional scaling in the assessment of college students' attitudes toward organ donation (Doctoral dissertation). University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY.
120
[written in 1977] Woelfel, J., Holmes, R., Kincaid, D. L., Barnett, G. A. (2009). How to do a galileo study. Amherst, NY: Good Books, RAH Press. [written in 1977, reissued in 1980 & 2009]
121
Tickoo, V. (2003) The impact of culture and socio-economic differences on communication technology diffusion in different countries: The diffusion of mobile telephones in USA and India (MA thesis draft: thesis submitted 2004). University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY.
122
Larson, E., Darilek, R., Gibran, D., Nichiporuk, B., Richardson, A., Schwartz, L., Thurston, C. (2009). Foundations of effective influence operations: A framework for enhancing army capabilities. RAND Corporation, RAND Arroyo Center. [available online at http://www.rand.org/pubs/monographs/2009/RAND_MG654.pdf ]
123
Bass, S., Gordon, T.,Ruzek, S., Hausman, A.(2008). Mapping perceptions related to acceptance of smallpox vaccination by hospital emergency room personnel. Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science, 6(2), 179-190. doi:10.1089/bsp.2007.0054.
124
Koll, M. (1980). Information retrieval theory and design based on a model of the user's concept relations. Paper presented at the 3rd annual ACM (Association for Computing Machinery: British Computer Society) conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval, 77 - 93. Cambridge, England. ISBN:0-408-10775-8
125
Kincaid., D. L. (2002). Drama, emotion, and cultural covergence. Communication Theory 12(2), 136-152.
126
[2009: has 2009 revised equations for 17, 18, and 21] Abdi, H. (2007) Metric multidimensional scaling (MDS): Analyzing distance matrices. In Neil Salkind (Ed.), Encyclopedia of measurement and statistics.,Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
127
Haller, A. (1965). The scope and nature of social psychology. Paper presented at the Ohio Valley Sociological Society Meeting, May 1, 1964, Columbus, OH. [revised 1965]
128
Nicotera, A (1993). Interpersonal communication in friend and mate relationships. SUNY series, Human Communication Processes. Albany: State University of New York. [p 34 describes use of Galileo]
129
Colfer, C., Byron, Y., Prabhu, R., Wollenberg, E.(2001). Introduction: History and conceptual framework. In C.J.P. Colfer & Y. Byron (Eds.), People managing forests: The links between human well-being and sustainability (pp. 1-45). Washington, D.C.: Resources for the Future. http://www.rff.org/rff/Documents/RFF-Bk-managing-forest-intro.pdf [also see ID#46]
130
Woelfel, J., Stover, B. (Oct., 1985). Cockpit communication and aircraft safety: An empirical study. Aerospace Technology Conference & Exposition (Oct., 14-17, 1985). Abstract available at SAE Technical Paper Series http://www.sae.org/technical/papers/851858 Document Number: 851858
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Korzenny, F., Stoyanoff, N. J., Ruiz, M., & David, A. (1980). Metric multidimensional scaling and automatic message generation applied to the tourism industry: The case of Israel. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 4, 77-95.
132
Fink, E. L. (2009). The FAQs on data transformation.Communication Monographs, 76(4), 379-397.
133
Craig, R. T. (1977). Limiting the scope of the spacial model of communication effects. Human Communication Research, 3(4), 309-325.
134
Craig, R. T. (1983). Galilean rhetoric and practical theory. Communication Monographs, 50(4), 395-412.
135
Kwon, K. H., Barnett, G. A., Chen, H. (2009). Assessing cultural differences in translations: A semantic network analysis of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Journal of International and Intercultural Communication, 2(2), 107-138. [ 2008 ICA presentation version is available at http://www.allacademic.com//meta/p_mla_apa_research_citation/2/3/0/3/1/pages230314/p230314-1.php]
136
Craig, R. T. (1976). An investigation of communication effects in cognitive space.(Doctoral dissertation, Michigan State University). [Note: link at left goes to the author's webpage]
137
DRPI NN team, University at Buffalo (2008). Neural network section of Developing a global methodology for monitoring human rights in media depictions of disability by Disability Rights Promotion International.
138
Sandhaus, D., Fink, E.L., Kaplowitz, S. (1987). Asymmetry in judgments of similarity. Communication & Science Journal, Classic Series 2012. [also see item #209, original paper they were testing results from]
139
Lee, H. & Woelfel, J. (2010, June). Self, information topics of interest, information seeking media use among Korean young adults. Paper presented at the International Communication Association conference, Singapore.
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Battleson, B. L., Chen, H., Evans, C., Woelfel, J. (2007). A nonhierarchical neural network approach for analyzing textual data. Presented January 2008 at Sunbelt XXVIII, INSNA Social Networking Conference, St. Pete Beach, FL.
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D'Elia, G., & Jörgensen, C., & Woelfel, J., & Rodger, E. J. (2002). The impact of the internet on public library use: An analysis of the current consumer market for library and internet services. Journal for the American Society for information science and technology, 53 (10). http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/asi.10102/abstract [The Jesse H. Shera Award for Distinguished Published Research 2002, Alise-Bohdan Wynar Research Paper Award 2001]
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