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Dr. Scott Johnson
Associate Provost for Student Academic Initiatives
Associate Professor of Communication Studies
Johnson, S. D., & Williams, L. B. (2005). Deference, denial, & exclusion: Men talk about contraception and unplanned pregnancy. International Journal of Men's Health, 4, 223-242.
Johnson, S. D., & Miller, A. N. (2002). A Cross-Cultural Study of Immediacy, Credibility, and Learning in the U.S. and Kenya. Communication Education, 51, 280-292.
Mifsud, M. L., & Johnson, S. D. (2000). Dialogic, Dialectic, and Rhetoric: Human dialogue across the discipline. The Southern Communication Journal, 65, 91-104.

Johnson, S. D., & Roellke, C. F. (1999). Secondary teachers' and undergraduate education faculty members' perceptions of teaching effectiveness criteria: A national survey. Communication Education, 48, 127-138.

Johnson, S. D., & Bechler, C. (1998).  Examining the relationship between listening effectiveness and leadership emergence: Perceptions, behaviors, and recall. Small Group Research, 29, 452-471.

Johnson, S. D., & Bechler, C. (1997). Leadership and listening: Perceptions and behaviors. Speech Communication Annual, 11, 57-70.

Bechler, C., & Johnson, S. D. (1995). Leadership and listening: A study of member perceptions. Small Group Research, 26, 77-85.

Johnson, S. D. (1994). A national assessment of secondary-school principals’ preferences for teacher-effectiveness criteria. Communication Education, 43, 1-16.

Johnson, S. D., & Long, L. (2001). 'Being a part and being apart': A dialectical perspective on group communication. In L. Frey (Ed.), New Directions in Group Communication Research, Sage Publications.

Johnson, S. D., & Proctor, R. F. II (1995).  Intrapersonal perception and epistemic rhetoric: Playing ball with the neglected umpire.  In J. Aitkin & L. J. Shedletsky (Eds.), Intrapersonal Communication Processes. Plymouth, MI: Midnight Oil & Speech Communication Association.


Johnson, S. D. (1994). The rules of friend and mate relationships. (A review of A. M. Nicotera’s Communication in Friend and Mate Relationships.)  Communication Quarterly, 42, 452.

Ph.D., Bowling Green State University
M.A., University of Wisconsin
B.A., University of Minnesota
Contact Information
402 F Weinstein Hall
(804) 287-6698
(804) 289-8126 (Fax)
Areas of Expertise
Communication Education
Interpersonal and Group Communication
Communication Theory and Research