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The study examines how participants in mediation sessions treat fallacies in naturally-occurring argumentative discussions and with what consequences for their development. Taking an interactional approach to studying fallacies, the research sheds light on the nature of fallacies, how they are...
Research suggests that arguing can be stressful. We report two studies that explore the relationships between distributive, integrative, and avoidant communication reported to have occuned during an argument and individuals ‘post-episodic stress symptoms and health problems. Self-reported...
This study investigates the characteristics of topical potential in the concluding stage through a case study of the forensic oration known as Lysias I, or On the Death of Eratosthenes. The findings of this case study suggest two specific features of topical potential's role in the concluding...
It seems obvious that to develop a well prepared argument, one has to understand both sides of the issue. Yet, human beings are disposed to selectively expose themselves to information that is consistent with their opinions. To understand what causes individuals to selectively expose themselves...
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