The impact of quality and frequency of task contributions on perceived ability
The importance of talkativeness or the relative frequency of contributing to task interaction was examined as a factor which determines person perception. Both the quality and frequency of comments made in a two-person interaction were controlled by using experimental confederates who performed prescribed roles. Quantity but not quality of task contributions was significantly related to the attribution of creativity, and influence over others. © 1973 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
Journal of Social Psychology
Regula, C. Robert and Julian, James W., "The impact of quality and frequency of task contributions on perceived ability" (1973). Faculty Articles Indexed in Scopus. 2762.