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Behavioral Research and the Technical Communicator
Vol. 25, No. 2 (SECOND QUARTER 1978), pp. 6-12
Published by: Society for Technical Communication
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43094055
Page Count: 7
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IF TECHNICAL COMMUNICATORS are to benefit from research into factors that contribute to improved communication, there must be closer interplay between the behavioral researcher and the practitioner who applies the research findings. Dr. Wright outlines here the results three sets of human behavioral experiments and relates them to the real-world problems of the technical writer.
Technical Communication © 1978 Society for Technical Communication