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Ye, Z., & Palomares, N. A. (in press). Effects of conversation partners' gender-language consistency on references to emotion, tentative language, and gender salience. Journal of Language and Social Psychology.

Palomares, N. A. (in press). The goal construct in interpersonal communication. In P. J. Schultz and P. Colby (Series Eds.) & C. R. Berger (Vol. Ed.), Handbooks of communication science: Vol. 6. Interpersonal communication. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

Palomares, N. A. (in press). Goal detection theory. In C. R. Berger & M. E. Roloff (Eds.). International encyclopedia of interpersonal communication Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Palomares, N. A. (in press). Goal detection in social interaction. In C. R. Berger & M. E. Roloff (Eds.). International encyclopedia of interpersonal communication Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Mulac, A., Giles, H., Bradac, J. J., & Palomares, N. A. (2013). The gender-linked language effect: An empirical test of a general process model. Language Sciences, 38, 22-31.

Palomares, N. A. (2013). When and how goals are contagious in social interaction. Human Communication Research, 39, 74-100.

Palomares, N. A. (2012). Gender and intergroup communication. In H. Giles (Ed.). The handbook of intergroup communication (pp. 197-210). New York: Routledge.

Palomares, N. A. (2012). Are you doing what I’m doing?: Goal projection in conversation. Communication Research, 39, 592-613.

Berger, C. R., & Palomares, N. A. (2011). Knowledge structures and social interaction. In M. L. Knapp & J. A. Daly (Eds.). The SAGE handbook of interpersonal communication (4th ed., pp. 169-200). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Palomares, N. A. (2011). The dynamics of goal congruency and cognitive busyness in goal detection. Communication Research, 38, 517-542.

Palomares, N. A., & Lee, E.-J. (2010). Virtual gender identity: The linguistic assimilation to gendered avatars in computer-mediated communication. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 29, 5-23.

Palomares, N. A. (2010). On the detection of others’ goals in social interaction. In M. B. Hinner (Ed.). The interrelationship of business and communication (pp. 87-111). Frankfurt, Germany: Peter Lang.

Palomares, N. A. (2010). Gender-based language use: Understanding when, how, and why men and women communicate similarly and differently. In M. B. Hinner (Ed.). The interrelationship of business and communication (pp. 135-148). Frankfurt, Germany: Peter Lang.

Mulac, A., Bradac, J. J., Palomares, N. A., & Giles, H. (2009). Exploring subjectivity in the gender-linked language effect: A process model. In M. Maegaard, F. Gregersen, P. Quist, & J. N. Jørgensen (Eds.). Language attitudes, standardization and language change (pp. 61-75). Oslo, Norway: Novus.

Palomares, N. A. (2009). It’s not just your goal, but also who you know: How the cognitive associations among goals and relationships influence goal detection in social interaction. Human Communication Research, 35, 534-560.

Reid, S. A., Palomares, N. A., Anderson, G. L., & Bondad-Brown, B. (2009). Gender, language, and social influence: A test of expectation states, role congruity, and self-categorization theories. Human Communication Research, 35, 465-490.

Palomares, N. A. (2009). Did you see it coming? Effects of the specificity and efficiency of goal pursuit on the accuracy and onset of goal detection in social interaction. Communication Research, 36, 475-509.

Palomares, N. A. (2009). Women are sort of more tentative than men, aren’t they? How men and women use tentative language differently, similarly, and counter-stereotypically as a function of gender salience. Communication Research, 36, 538-560.

Palomares, N. A. (2008). Explaining gender-based language use: Effects of gender identity salience on references to emotion and tentative language in intra- and intergroup contexts. Human Communication Research, 34, 263-286.

Palomares, N. A. (2008). Toward a theory of goal detection in social interaction: Effects of contextual ambiguity and tactical functionality on goal inferences and inference certainty. Communication Research, 35, 109-148.

Palomares, N. A., Bradac, J. J., & Kellermann, K. (2006). Conversational topic along a continuum of perspectives: Conceptual issues. In C. S. Beck (Ed.). Communication Yearbook 30 (pp. 45-97). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Palomares, N. A., & Flanagin, A. J. (2005). The potential of electronic communication and information technologies as research tools: Promise and perils for the future of communication research. In P. J. Kalbfleisch (Ed.). Communication Yearbook 29 (pp. 147-185). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Harwood, J., Giles, H., & Palomares, N. A. (2005). Intergroup theory and communication processes. In J. Harwood & H. Giles (Eds.). Intergroup communication: Multiple perspectives (pp. 1-17). New York: Peter Lang.

Dailey, R. M., & Palomares, N. A. (2004). Strategic topic avoidance: An investigation of topic avoidance frequency, strategies used, and relational correlates. Communication Monographs, 71, 471-496. [Authorship order was determined randomly.]

Palomares, N. A. (2004). Gender schematicity, gender identity salience, and gender-linked language use. Human Communication Research, 30, 566-588.

Kellermann, K., & Palomares, N. A. (2004). Topical profiling: Emergent, co‑occurring, and relationally‑defining topics in talk. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 23, 308-337.

Palomares, N. A., Reid, S. A., & Bradac, J. J. (2004). A self-categorization perspective on gender and communication: Reconciling the gender-as-culture and dominance explanations. In S. H. Ng & C. N. Candlin & C. Y. Chiu (Eds.). Language matters: Communication, identity, and culture (pp. 85-109). Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press.

Reid, S. A., Keerie, N., & Palomares, N. A. (2003). Language, gender salience, and social influence. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 22, 210-233.