San Bolkan
San Bolkan
Professor, Long Beach State University
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Transformational leadership in the classroom: Fostering student learning, student participation, and teacher credibility
S Bolkan, AK Goodboy
Journal of Instructional Psychology 36 (4), 296-306, 2009
2462009
The development and validation of the student communication satisfaction scale
AK Goodboy, MM Martin, S Bolkan
Communication Education 58 (3), 372-396, 2009
1172009
College teacher misbehaviors: Direct and indirect effects on student communication behavior and traditional learning outcomes
AK Goodboy, S Bolkan
Western Journal of Communication 73 (2), 204-219, 2009
1142009
Teacher Leadership and Intellectual Stimulation: Improving Students' Approaches to Studying through Intrinsic Motivation
S Bolkan, AK Goodboy, DJ Griffin
Communication Research Reports 28 (4), 337-346, 2011
952011
Behavioral indicators of transformational leadership in the college classroom
S Bolkan, AK Goodboy
Qualitative Research Reports in Communication 12 (1), 10-18, 2011
862011
Transformational leadership in the classroom: The development and validation of the student intellectual stimulation scale
S Bolkan, AK Goodboy
Communication Reports 23 (2), 91-105, 2010
812010
Two meta-analyses exploring the relationship between teacher clarity and student learning
S Titsworth, JP Mazer, AK Goodboy, S Bolkan, SA Myers
Communication Education 64 (4), 385-418, 2015
672015
Intellectually stimulating students' intrinsic motivation: The mediating influence of affective learning and student engagement
S Bolkan
Communication Reports 28 (2), 80-91, 2015
572015
The role of instructor humor and students’ educational orientations inStudent learning, extra effort, participation, and out-of-class communication
AK Goodboy, M Booth-Butterfield, S Bolkan, DJ Griffin
Communication Quarterly 63 (1), 44-61, 2015
552015
Instructor clarity and student motivation: Academic performance as a product of students’ ability and motivation to process instructional material
S Bolkan, AK Goodboy, DM Kelsey
Communication Education 65 (2), 129-148, 2016
542016
“You are such a great teacher and I hate to bother you but…”: Instructors' perceptions of students and their use of email messages with varying politeness strategies
S Bolkan, JL Holmgren
Communication Education 61 (3), 253-270, 2012
542012
Student motives for communicating with instructors as a function of perceived instructor misbehaviors
AK Goodboy, SA Myers, S Bolkan
Communication Research Reports 27 (1), 11-19, 2010
522010
No complain, no gain: Students' organizational, relational, and personal reasons for withholding rhetorical dissent from their college instructors
S Bolkan, AK Goodboy
Communication Education 62 (3), 278-300, 2013
512013
Mitigating inter-and intra-group ethnocentrism: Comparing the effects of culture knowledge, exposure, and uncertainty intolerance
AC Cargile, S Bolkan
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 37 (3), 345-353, 2013
482013
Exploratory theoretical tests of the instructor humor–student learning link
S Bolkan, AK Goodboy
Communication Education 64 (1), 45-64, 2015
462015
Student use of relational and influence messages in response to perceived instructor power use in American and Chinese college classrooms
AK Goodboy, S Bolkan, SA Myers, X Zhao
Communication Education 60 (2), 191-209, 2011
462011
Instructor responses to rhetorical dissent: Student perceptions of justice and classroom outcomes
JL Holmgren, S Bolkan
Communication Education 63 (1), 17-40, 2014
392014
Conditional processes of effective instructor communication and increases in students’ cognitive learning
S Bolkan, AK Goodboy, SA Myers
Communication Education 66 (2), 129-147, 2017
372017
Student motives for communicating with instructors as a function of perceived instructor power use
AK Goodboy, S Bolkan
Communication Research Reports 28 (1), 109-114, 2011
342011
Attachment and the use of negative relational maintenance behaviors in romantic relationships
AK Goodboy, S Bolkan
Communication Research Reports 28 (4), 327-336, 2011
312011
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