Denise Solomon

Head and Liberal Arts Professor of Communication Arts and Sciences

Denise Solomon

Publication Tags

Communication Uncertainty Turbulence Marriage Interaction Decision Making Conversation Human Being Experience Emotion Interpersonal Communication Coping Social Networking Romantic Relationships Physiological Stress Contingency Relational Theory Recovery Jealousy Listener Cognition Social Network Dyad Cortisol Emotions

Most Recent Publications

Marital Experiences and Parental “Highs” and “Lows” When A Child with Autism Starts School

Kellie St Cyr Brisini, Xi Tian, Denise Solomon, 2022, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders

Using Sequence Analysis to Identify Conversational Motifs in Supportive Interactions

Denise Haunani Solomon, Susanne Jones, Miriam Brinberg, Graham D. Bodie, Nilam Ram, 2022, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships

Kellie S. Brisini, Denise H. Solomon, 2022, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships

Youllee Kim, Xi Tian, Denise H. Solomon, 2022, Journal of Community Psychology

A Dynamic Dyadic Systems Approach to Interpersonal Communication

Denise Haunani Solomon, Miriam Brinberg, Graham D. Bodie, Susanne Jones, Nilam Ram, 2021, Journal of Communication on p. 1001-1026

Using technology to unobtrusively observe relationship development

Miriam Brinberg, Rachel Reymann Vanderbilt, Denise Haunani Solomon, David Brinberg, Nilam Ram, 2021, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships on p. 3429-3450

The Effects of Type of Pronouns and Hope Appeals in Supportive Messages About COVID-19

Xi Tian, Youllee Kim, Denise Haunani Solomon, 2021, Journal of Language and Social Psychology on p. 589-601

Relational Uncertainty Within Relational Turbulence Theory: The Bifactor Exploratory Structural Equation Model

Alan K. Goodboy, San Bolkan, Kellie Brisini, Denise Haunani Solomon, 2021, Journal of Communication on p. 403-430

Graham D. Bodie, Susanne M. Jones, Miriam Brinberg, Amy M. Joyer, Denise Haunani Solomon, Nilam Ram, 2021, Journal of Language and Social Psychology on p. 214-237

Most-Cited Papers

Relational Turbulence Theory: Explaining Variation in Subjective Experiences and Communication Within Romantic Relationships

Denise Haunani Solomon, Leanne K. Knobloch, Jennifer A. Theiss, Rachel M. McLaren, 2016, Human Communication Research on p. 507-532

Emotional Support and Physiological Stress Recovery: The Role of Support Matching, Adequacy, and Invisibility

Jennifer S. Priem, Denise Haunani Solomon, 2015, Communication Monographs on p. 88-112

The chilling effect in interpersonal relationships: The reluctance to speak one’s mind

Michael E. Roloff, Denise H. Cloven, 2013, on p. 49-76

Communication Channel, Sex, and the Immediate and Longitudinal Outcomes of Verbal Person-centered Support

Andrew C. High, Denise Haunani Solomon, 2014, Communication Monographs on p. 439-468

Operationalizing relational turbulence theory: Measurement and construct validation

Denise Haunani Solomon, Kellie St Cyr Brisini, 2017, Personal Relationships on p. 768-789

Conflict Intensity, Family History, and Physiological Stress Reactions to Conflict Within Romantic Relationships

Lindsey Susan Aloia, Denise Haunani Solomon, 2015, Human Communication Research on p. 367-389

Explaining the Durable Effects of Verbal Person-Centered Supportive Communication: Indirect Effects or Invisible Support?

Andrew High, Denise Haunani Solomon, 2016, Human Communication Research on p. 200-220

Transitions in marriage: Types, turbulence, and transition processing activities

Kellie St Cyr Brisini, Denise Haunani Solomon, Jon Nussbaum, 2018, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships on p. 831-853

Relational uncertainty and interdependence processes in marriage: A test of relational turbulence theory

Denise Haunani Solomon, Kellie St Cyr Brisini, 2019, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships on p. 2416-2436

A Qualitative Study of Breast Cancer Treatment Decisions: Evidence for Five Decision-Making Styles

Kirsten M. Weber, Denise Haunani Solomon, Bonnie J.F. Meyer, 2013, Health Communication on p. 408-421