Organizational / Corporate Communication
Office: Reavis Hall 113
Office Phone: 815-753-7012
(Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, J.D. University of Wisconsin)
Specialty: Group Decision Making, Interpersonal Communication, Social Influence.
Profile: I focus primarily on using a scientific approach to understanding human behavior. I have examined topics such as deception, flirting, and group decision making.Office Hours
MWF 8:55-9:55Updated: Monday September 2nd 11:33 am
MWF: 10:00-10:50, COMS 402
MWF: 11:00-11:50 COMS 402
MWF: 1:00-1:50 COMS 370Updated: Monday September 2nd 11:34 am
Henningsen, D. D., Henningsen, M. L. M., McWorthy, E., McWorthy, C., McWorthy, L. (2011) Exploring the effects of sex and mode of presentation in perceptions of dating goals in video-dating. Journal of Communication, 61, 641-658.
Henningsen, D. D. & Henningsen, M. L. M. (2011). Testing Error Management Theory: Exploring the Commitment Skepticism Bias and the Sexual Overperception Bia. Human Communication Research, 14, 31-38.
Carpenter, C. J. & Henningsen, D. D. (2011). The effect of passive verb constructed arguments on persuasion. Communication Research Reports, 28, 52-61.
Henningsen, D. D., Serewicz, M. C., & Carpenter, C. (2009). Predictors of comforting communication in romantic relationships. International Journal of Communication, 3, 351-368.