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Duran, R. L., Kelly, L., & Keaten, J.A. (2005).  College faculty use and perceptions of electronic mail to communicate with students.  Communication Quarterly, 53(2), 159-176.

Allen, L., Keaten, J. & Brillard, D. (2005).    Stealth Rhetoric: Tacit Metaphor In Bush v. Gore.  Journal of Diplomatic Language, 2,

Keaten, J., & Kelly, L. (2004).  Disposition versus Situation: Examining the Influence of Trait Apprehension versus Situational Factors on State Public Speaking AnxietyCommunication Research Reports, 21, 273-283.

Kelly, L., Keaten, J. A., & Finch, C. (2004).  Reticent and non-reticent college students' preferred communication channels for interacting with faculty. Communication Research Reports, 21, 197-209.


Pribyl, C. B., Sakamoto, M. & Keaten, J. A. (2004).  The relationship between nonverbal immediacy, student motivation, and perceived cognitive learning among Japanese college studentsJapanese Psychological Research, 46, 73-85.

Keaten, J., Kelly, L., & Finch, C. (2003).  Student Perceptions of the Helpfulness of Penn State Reticence Program Components.  Communication Research Reports. 20, 151-160.

Kelly, L. Keaten, J., Finch, C. Duarte, I. B., Hoffman, P., & Michels, M. M. (2002).  Family communication patterns and the development of reticenceCommunication Education. 51, 202-209.

Keaten, J.A., Pribyl, C. B., & Sakamoto, M.  (2001).  A Review of Cognitive and Affective Interventions Designed to Reduce Communication Apprehension, Inhibition and Avoidance in the Classroom.  Japanese Journal of Behavior Therapy, 49, 33-47.

Pribyl, C.B., Keaten, J.A., & Sakamoto, M.  (2001).  The effectiveness of a skills-based program in reducing public speaking anxiety.  Japanese Psychological Research, 43(3), p. 148-155.

Keaten, J. & Kelly, L.  (2000).  Reticence: An affirmation and revisionCommunication Education, 49, 165-177.

Keaten, J., Kelly, L., & Finch, C.  (2000).  Effects of the Penn State Reticence Program on Beliefs About Communication and Fear of Negative EvaluationCommunication Education, 49, 134-145.

Kelly, L. & Keaten, J. (2000).  Treating communication anxiety: Implications of the communibiological paradigmCommunication Education, 49, 36-48.

Keaten, J. A., Sakamoto, M., & Pribyl, C. B.  (1999).  A review of selected behavioral treatment programs designed to reduce communication apprehension, inhibition and avoidance (CAIA).  Japanese Journal of Behavior Therapy, 25, 51-66.

Pribyl, C. B., Keaten, J. A., Sakamoto, M., & Koshikawa, F. (1998).  Assessing the cross-cultural content validity of the Personal Report of Communication Apprehension scale (PRCA-24). Japanese Psychological Research, 40(1), 47-53.

Sakamoto, M., Pribyl, C. B., & Keaten, J. A. (1998).  History and current state of Communication avoidance research [komyunikeishon kaihi kenkyu no rekishi to genjo. The Japanese Journal of Psychology  [Shinrigaku Kenkyu], 68(6), 491-507.

Sakamoto, M., Pribyl, C. B., & Keaten, J. A. (1998).  Departmental differences in  communication apprehension as measured by the Japanese Communication Fear Scale (JCFS). The Japanese Journal of Research on Emotions, 5(1), 10-23.

Pribyl, C. B., Sakamoto, M., & Keaten, J. A. (1998).  An outline of intervention programs for communication avoidance and apprehension in the United States. Waseda Psychological Reports [Waseda Shinrigaku Nenpo], 30(2), 107-115.

Sakamoto, S., Keaten, J., and Pribyl, C.  (1998).  A review of the construct communication apprehension.  Nihon Shinrigaku Kenkyu (Japan Psychological Research).

Keaten, J., Kelly, L., & Begnal, C.  (1997).  Development of an instrument to measure reticence. Communication Quarterly, 45, 37-54.

Keaten, J., Kelly, L., & Pribyl, C. (1997).  Communication apprehension in Japan: Grade school through secondary school.  International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 21, 319-343.

Keaten, J. (1996).  Chaotic feedback loops within decision making groups: Toward an integration of chaos theory and cybernetics.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, No. ED 379 707).

Pribyl, C., Sakamoto, M., & Keaten, J. A. (1996). Komyunikeishon fuan to wa nanika? [A definition of communication apprehension and related constructs.]  Hokuriku Daiguku Kiyo, 20, 179-188.

Keaten, J., Nardin, T., Pribyl, C., & Vartanian, D.  (1994).  An argument for the use of chaos theory to map the complexity of human communication.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, No. ED 508 720). 

Kelly, L. & Keaten, J. (1992).  A test of the effectiveness of the Reticence Program at the Pennsylvania State University.  Communication Education, 41, 361-374.