Jack Johnson

John (Jack) R. Johnson

Emeritus Professor

Phone: 262-623-1682
e-mail: johnson@uwm.edu
Curriculum Vita: PDF 338kb

Degree(s):

Ph.D., University of Denver, 1978

Research Interests:

Developing and assessing organizational development and instructional interventions designed to improve communication in profit and nonprofit organizations.

Teaching Interests:

Instructional communication, applied research methods, business and professional communication.

Selected Publications (my career personal favorites):

Miller, V., Allen, M., Casey, M., Johnson, J. (2000). Reconsidering the organizational identification questionnaire. Management Communication Quarterly, 13, 626-658.

Miller, V., Johnson, J. Hart, Z. & Peterson, D. (1999). A test of antecedents and outcomes of employee role negotiation ability. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 27,(1), 24-48.

Johnson, J.R., Bernhagen, M.J., Miller, V., and Allen, M. (1996). The role of communication in managing reductions in work force. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 24, (3), 139-164.

Miller, V., Johnson, J.R., and Grau, J.. (1994). Antecedents to willingness to participate in a planned organizational change. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 22, 59-80.

Johnson, J. R. (1994). Intrapersonal spoken language: An attribute of extrapersonal competency. In D. Vocate (Ed.) Intrapersonal communication: Different voices, different minds. (169-192). New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Johnson, J. R. (1993) Functions and processes of inner speech in listening. In A. Wolvin and C. Coakley (Eds.) Perspectives on listening (pp. 170-184). New York: Ablex Press.

Johnson, J. R. (1991). Some critical attributes of applied communication research. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 19, (4), 340-345.

Johnson, J. R. (1984). The role of inner speech in human communication. Communication Education, 33, 211-222.

Johnson, J. R. (1983). A developmental-biological perspective of human communication competency. Western Journal of Speech Communication, 47, 193-204.