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Mary Lynn Henningsen

Professor
Organizational / Corporate Communication

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(Ph.D., University of Wisconsin)
Specialty: social influence in interpersonal communication, decision making, education contexts.

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Latest Publications

  • Miller Henningsen, M. L., Valde, K. S., & Denobow, J. (2013). Academic misconduct: A goals-plans-action approach to peer confrontation and whistle-blowingCommunication Education, 62, 148-168. 
  • Henningsen, D. D. & Miller Henningsen, M. L. M. (2013). Generating ideas about the uses of brainstorming: Reconsidering the losses and gains of brainstorming groups relative to nominal groups.  Southern Communication Journal, 78, 42-55.   
  • Henningsen, D. D., Miller Henningsen, M. L., McWorthy, E. H., McWorthy, C. A., & McWorthy, L. (2011).  Exploring the effects of sex and mode of presentation in perceptions of dating goals in video-datingJournal of Communication, 61, 641-658.
  • Miller Henningsen, M. L., Valde, K. S., Russell, G. A., & Russell, G. R. (2011). Student-faculty interactions about disappointing grades: Application of the Goals-Plans-Actions Model and the Theory of Planned BehaviorCommunication Education, 60, 174-190. 
  • Henningsen, D. D. & Miller Henningsen, M. L. (2010). Testing error management theory: Exploring the commitment skepticism bias and the sexual overperception bias. Human Communication Research, 36, 618-634. 
  • Mongeau, P. A., & Miller Henningsen, M. L. (2008). Stage theories of relationship development: Charting the course of interpersonal communication. L. A. Baxter, & D. Braithwate (Eds.), Engaging theories in interpersonal communication (pp. 363-375). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Henningsen, D. D., & Miller Henningsen, M. L. (2007). Examining the effect of marginal members in information sharing groups. Group Facilitation: Research and Applications Journal, 8, 22-29.
  • Henningsen, D. D., & Miller Henningsen, M. L. (2007). Do groups know what they don’t know? Dealing with missing information in decision-making groups.Communication Research, 34, 507-525.
  • Henningsen, D. D., Miller Henningsen, M. L., & Valde, K. (2006). Gender differences in perceptions of women’s sexual interest during cross-sex interactions: An application and extension of cognitive valence theory. Sex Roles, 54, 821-829.
  • Henningsen, D. D., & Miller Henningsen, M. L. (2004). Pre-deliberation moderation on choice dilemmas: Proposing a moderation-elasticity theory of choice shift.  Communication Monographs, 71, 148-161.
  • Henningsen, D. D., & Miller Henningsen, M. L. (2004). Examining how individual difference variables influence information sharing in decision-making groups.Human Communication Research, 30, 540-555.
  • Henningsen, D. D., Miller Henningsen, M. L., Jakobsen, L., & Borton, I. (2004). It's good to be leader: The influence of randomly and systematically selected leaders on decision-making groups. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research and Practice, 8,62-76.
  • Henningsen, D. D., & Miller Henningsen, M. L. (2003). Examining social influence in information-sharing contexts. Small Group Research, 34, 391-412.
  • Miller Henningsen, M. L., Henningsen, D. D., Cruz, M. G., & Morrill, J. (2003). Social influence in groups: A comparative application of relational framing theory and the elaboration likelihood model of persuasion. Communication Monographs, 70, 175-197

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Email: henningsen@niu.edu