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Talking The Talk: The Effect Of Vocalics In An Interview, Marilena Phillips Apr 2017

Talking The Talk: The Effect Of Vocalics In An Interview, Marilena Phillips

Honors Projects in Communication

Our voices carry more than just content. People continuously make assumptions of one’s intelligence, credibility, personality, and other characteristics merely based on the way we talk. As the diversity of individuals in the workplace increases, so too do the differences in how those individuals talk. It is important that we understand how these different ways of speaking are being perceived in the workplace. More specifically, how are individuals being perceived prior to being hired via the interview process? This Honors Capstone project aims to understand the impact that vocal characteristics in an individual have on the interviewer’s perception ...


V. 83, Issue 19, April 21, 2016 Apr 2016

V. 83, Issue 19, April 21, 2016

Archway (1946-)

No abstract provided.


V. 83, Issue 18, April 14, 2016 (Publication Says Issue 17) Apr 2016

V. 83, Issue 18, April 14, 2016 (Publication Says Issue 17)

Archway (1946-)

No abstract provided.


V. 83, Issue 17, April 7, 2016 Apr 2016

V. 83, Issue 17, April 7, 2016

Archway (1946-)

No abstract provided.


V. 83, Issue 16, March 31, 2016 Mar 2016

V. 83, Issue 16, March 31, 2016

Archway (1946-)

No abstract provided.


V. 83, Issue 15, March 10, 2016 Mar 2016

V. 83, Issue 15, March 10, 2016

Archway (1946-)

No abstract provided.


V. 83, Issue 14, March 3, 2016 Mar 2016

V. 83, Issue 14, March 3, 2016

Archway (1946-)

No abstract provided.


V. 83, Issue 13, February 25, 2016 Feb 2016

V. 83, Issue 13, February 25, 2016

Archway (1946-)

No abstract provided.


V. 83, Issue 12, February 18, 2016 Feb 2016

V. 83, Issue 12, February 18, 2016

Archway (1946-)

No abstract provided.


V. 83, Issue 11, February 11, 2016 Feb 2016

V. 83, Issue 11, February 11, 2016

Archway (1946-)

No abstract provided.


V. 83, Issue 10, December 10, 2015 Dec 2015

V. 83, Issue 10, December 10, 2015

Archway (1946-)

No abstract provided.


V. 83, Issue 9, December 3, 2015 Dec 2015

V. 83, Issue 9, December 3, 2015

Archway (1946-)

No abstract provided.


V. 83, Issue 8, November 19, 2015 Nov 2015

V. 83, Issue 8, November 19, 2015

Archway (1946-)

No abstract provided.


V. 83, Issue 7, November 12, 2015 Nov 2015

V. 83, Issue 7, November 12, 2015

Archway (1946-)

No abstract provided.


V. 83, Issue 6, November 5, 2015 Nov 2015

V. 83, Issue 6, November 5, 2015

Archway (1946-)

No abstract provided.


V. 83, Issue 5, October 29, 2015 Oct 2015

V. 83, Issue 5, October 29, 2015

Archway (1946-)

No abstract provided.


V. 83, Issue 4, October 15, 2015 Oct 2015

V. 83, Issue 4, October 15, 2015

Archway (1946-)

No abstract provided.


Framing Group Projects: Leadership And Style In Small Group Dynamics, Jillian Bonafede Apr 2015

Framing Group Projects: Leadership And Style In Small Group Dynamics, Jillian Bonafede

Honors Projects in Applied Psychology

The purpose of my Capstone was to look at small group dynamics and the factors that have a profound impact upon them. I used Bryant University’s IDEA Program as the template for my project for, and arena from which I collected my research. The IDEA Program is a three-day ideation and innovation program that all first-year students are required to participate in. I observed, filmed and questioned twenty-five of the first-year students participating in the program. After my research and analysis, I found that there were four factors that greatly influenced the dynamics of a small group, as well ...


Archway Commencement Issue, May 2014 May 2014

Archway Commencement Issue, May 2014

Archway (1946-)

2014 Archway Commencement Issue


Archway Commencement Issue, May 2013 May 2013

Archway Commencement Issue, May 2013

Archway (1946-)

2013 Archway Commencement Issue


Archway Commencement Issue, May 2012 May 2012

Archway Commencement Issue, May 2012

Archway (1946-)

No abstract provided.


The Life And Times Of Gertrude Meth Hochberg, Jessica Lynn Komoroski Apr 2011

The Life And Times Of Gertrude Meth Hochberg, Jessica Lynn Komoroski

Honors Projects in History and Social Sciences

This biographical study fuses together the many different resources and historical documents that help to shed light on the life and times of Gertrude Meth Hochberg, a woman who has often been described as decades ahead of her time. By examining Hochberg’s distinguished career in advertising as well as in public relations at Bryant College, the study demonstrates the important ways that she promoted the advancement of women in higher education, business, and the non-profit sector both at Bryant College and within the wider Rhode Island community.


The Potential Use Of Mobile Communication In The Classroom, Daniel Calkins Apr 2009

The Potential Use Of Mobile Communication In The Classroom, Daniel Calkins

Honors Projects in Communication

The emergence of technology into higher education has drastically altered the nature and quality of learning experiences. Over the past twenty years, the advancement of technology and the evolvement of computer hardware and software have shifted the needs and expectations of students and faculty in performing their educational duties. Recently, demands among higher educational communities have centered on the need for increased mobility with regards to technology. In the fall of 2008, a number of schools, namely the University of Maryland, Freed-Hardeman University, and Abilene Christian University, issued mobile hand-held devices to a group of incoming students in an effort ...


A Phone Of One's Own: Texting At The Bryant University Reference Desk, Laura Kohl, Maura Keating Feb 2009

A Phone Of One's Own: Texting At The Bryant University Reference Desk, Laura Kohl, Maura Keating

Library Staff Publications, Presentations & Journal Articles

Librarians take great pride in their continuous efforts to be accessible to their patrons. By summarizing the “Text a Librarian” program at the Douglas and Judith Krupp Library at Bryant University, this article highlights the many ways reference librarians and their services have evolved. This article takes you on a journey through their “eureka moment” to the phone plan and purchase, implemented guidelines and policies and ultimately, their “texting success”.