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Communication accommodation theory (CAT) is a theory of communication developed by .... Giles and Smith provide the example of an experiment that they conducted .... Further research conducted by Gallois et al. in 1995 has expanded the ..... Giles, H.; Dailey, R.; Barker, V.; Hajek, C.; Anderson, D. C.; Rule, N. (2006) .

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Howard Giles. Howard Giles (PhD, DSc, University of Bristol, UK) is Professor of Communication at the University of California, Santa Barbara ...

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The first, Communication Accommodation Theory (CAT), proposed by Giles and .... (Giles et al., 1973, 1977, 1979), but also showed that conversational pairs ...

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Jul 15, 2018 ... Mitchell R(1), Parker V, Giles M, White N. Author information: (1)University of Newcastle. Interprofessional approaches to health and social care ...

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Aug 27, 2013 ... In the earliest studies, Giles first established both convergence (Giles, ... The frequency of usage of standard vs. non-standard phonological .... of convergence in vowel formants across pairs of talkers (Pardo et al., 2012).