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Kory.Floyd@asu.edu

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Hugh Downs School Of Comm
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Mail Code: 1205

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Courses

Spring 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
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COM 494 Special Topics
COM 499 Individualized Instruction
COM 608 Multivar Stat Anlys Data Comm
COM 792 Research

Fall 2013

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COM 792 Research
COM 799 Dissertation

Summer 2013

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COM 690 Reading and Conference

Spring 2013

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COM 494 Special Topics
COM 594 Conference and Workshop
COM 690 Reading and Conference

Fall 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
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COM 225 Public Speaking
COM 494 Special Topics
COM 792 Research
COM 799 Dissertation

Summer 2012

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COM 408 Quant Research Meth in Comm
COM 494 Special Topics
COM 799 Dissertation

Spring 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
COM 494 Special Topics
COM 792 Research
COM 799 Dissertation

Fall 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
COM 494 Special Topics
COM 594 Conference and Workshop
COM 691 Seminar
COM 792 Research
COM 799 Dissertation

Summer 2011

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Course Number Course Title
COM 692 Research

Spring 2011

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Course Number Course Title
COM 691 Seminar
COM 792 Research
COM 799 Dissertation

Fall 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
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COM 411 Communication in the Family
COM 453 Communication Training/Develop
COM 799 Dissertation

Summer 2010

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Course Number Course Title
COM 411 Communication in the Family

Spring 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
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COM 411 Communication in the Family
COM 494 Special Topics

Fall 2009

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Course Number Course Title
COM 504 Theories and Models in Comm
COM 608 Multivar Stat Anlys Data Comm

Summer 2009

Courses Taught This Semester
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COM 317 Nonverbal Communication

Publications and Other Intellectual ContributionsGoogle Scholar

  1. Floyd, Kory. Interpersonal communication: The whole story. McGraw-Hill (2009).

  2. Floyd, Kory. Interpersonal communication: The whole story: Annotated instructor's edition. McGraw-Hill (2009).

  3. G Ray, Kory Floyd. Nonverbal expressions of liking and disliking in initial interaction: Encoding and decoding perspectives. Southern Communication Journal (2006).

  4. Kory Floyd. Family communication: Navigating the crossroads. Journal of Family Communication (2006).

  5. Kory Floyd. Human affection exchange: XII. Affectionate communication is related to diurnal variation in salivary free cortisol. Western Journal of Communication (2006).

  6. Kory Floyd. Physiology and human relationships: An introduction to the special issue. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships (2006).

  7. M Morman, Kory Floyd. Good fathering: Father and son perceptions of what it means to be a good father. Fathering (2006).

  8. Floyd, Kory Wayne. Communicating affection: Interpersonal behavior and social context. Cambridge University Press (2006).

  9. Guerrero, L K, Floyd, Kory Wayne. Without words: Nonverbal communication in close relationships. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates (2006).

  10. Edited book: Floyd, Kory Wayne, Morman, M T. Widening the family circle: New research on family communication. Sage (2006).

  11. Book chapter: Floyd, Kory Wayne. A bio-evolutionary approach to understanding nonverbal communication. Handbook of nonverbal communication: Natures, contexts, meanings, and values. Sage (2006).

  12. Book chapter: Floyd, Kory Wayne (Author) . An evolutionary approach to understanding nonverbal communication. The SAGE handbook of nonverbal communication. Sage (2006).

  13. Book chapter: Floyd, Kory Wayne (Author) . An evolutionary perspective on family communication. Engaging theories in family communication: Multiple perspectives. Sage (2006).

  14. Book chapter: Floyd, Kory Wayne (Author) . On the breadth of the family experience. Communication in under-studied family relationships. Sage (2006).

  15. Book chapter: Floyd, Kory Wayne (Author) ,Bowman, J M (Author) . Father-son relationships through the life course. Men in relationships: Life course and life span perspectives. Springer (2006).

  16. Book chapter: Floyd, Kory Wayne (Author) ,Mikkelson, A C (Author) ,Judd, J (Author) . Defining the family through relationships. The family communication sourcebook. Sage (2006).

  17. Book chapter: Floyd, Kory Wayne,Mikkelson, A C,Judd, J. How relationships define the family. Family communication: A reference of theory and research. Sage (2006).

  18. Book chapter: Floyd, Kory Wayne,Morman, M T. Introduction: On the breadth of the family experience. Widening the family circle: New research on family communication. Sage (2006).

  19. Book chapter: Morman, M T,Floyd, Kory Wayne. The good son: Men's perceptions of the characteristics of sonhood. Widening the family circle: New research on family communication. Sage (2006).

  20. Special issue on physiological relationship research. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships (2006).

  21. Kory Floyd, J Hess, L Miczo, K Halone, A Mikkelson, K Tusing. Human affection exchange: VIII. Further evidence of the benefits of expressed affection. Communication Quarterly (2005).

  22. Kory Floyd, M Haynes. Applications of the theory of natural selection to the study of family communication. Journal of Family Communication (2005).

  23. Kory Floyd, M Morman. Fathers' and sons' reports of fathers' affectionate communication: Implications of a naive theory of affection. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships (2005).

  24. Floyd, Kory Wayne, Hammers, M L, Scott, C W. The communication internship: Principles and practices. Kendall/Hunt (2005).

  25. Book chapter: Floyd, Kory Wayne (Author) ,Mikkelson, A C (Author) . The affectionate communication index. The sourcebook of nonverbal measures: Going beyond words. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates (2005).

  26. Kory Floyd. An introduction to the uses and potential uses of physiological measurement in the study of family communication. Journal of Family Communication (2004).

  27. Kory Floyd, J Sargent, M Corcia. Human affection exchange: VI. Further tests of reproductive probability as a predictor of men's affection with their fathers and their sons. Journal of Social Psychology (2004).

  28. L Erbert, Kory Floyd. Affectionate expressions as face-threatening acts: Receiver assessments. Communication Studies (2004).

  29. Floyd, Kory Wayne, Haynes, M T, Mikkelson, A C. The biology of human communication. Thomson Learning (2004).

  30. Kory Floyd, A Mikkelson. Effects of brain laterality on decoding accuracy for facial displays of emotion. Communication Quarterly (2003).

  31. Kory Floyd, G Ray. Human affection exchange: IV. Vocalic predictors of perceived affection in initial interactions. Western Journal of Communication (2003).

  32. Kory Floyd, L Erbert. Relational message interpretations of nonverbal matching behavior: An application of the social meaning model. Journal of Social Psychology (2003).

  33. Kory Floyd, M Morman. Human affection exchange: II. Effects of role and biological status on affection in father-son relationships. Journal of Social Psychology (2003).

  34. Kory Floyd, M Morr. Human affection exchange: VII. Affectionate communication in the sibling/spouse/sibling-in-law triad. Communication Quarterly (2003).

  35. Floyd, Kory Wayne, Hammers, M L. The communication internship: Principles and practices. Kendall/Hunt (2003).

  36. Review of: The ontogeny of human bonding systems: Evolutionary origins, neurl bases, and psychological manifestations. Relationship Research News (2003).

  37. Kory Floyd. Human affection exchange: V. Attributes of the highly affectionate. Communication Quarterly (2002).

  38. Kory Floyd, M Morman. A "changing culture of fatherhood": Effects on closeness, affection, and satisfaction in men's relationships with their fathers and their sons. Western Journal of Communication (2002).

  39. Review of: Attribution, communication behavior, and close relationships. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships (2002).

  40. Book chapter: Floyd, Kory Wayne (Author) ,Yoshimura, C G (Author) . The extended self-serving bias in attribution making about communication behavior. Advances in communications and media research. Nova Science Publishers (2002).

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Presentations

  1. Floyd, K, Pauley, PM, Hesse, C State and trait affectionate communication buffer adults' stress reactions. National Communication Association. (Nov 2010).
  2. Floyd, K Propensity for affection is predicted by second- and fourth-digit length and ratio discrepancy. Western States Communication Association. (Mar 2010).
  3. Hannawa, AF, Floyd, K When the truth hurts: Toward a validation of the physician mistake disclosure (PMD) model. National Communication Association. (Nov 2009).
  4. Floyd, K, Hesse, C, Pauley, PM Writing affectionate letters reduces stress: Replication and extension. National Communication Association. (Nov 2009).
  5. Pauley, PM, Floyd, K, Hesse, C The stress-buffering effects of a brief dyadic interaction before an acute stressor. National Communication Association. (Nov 2009).
  6. Hannawa, AF, Floyd, K When the truth hurts: Toward a validation of the physician mistake disclosure (PMD) model. National Communication Association. (Nov 2009).
  7. Pauley, PM, Floyd, K, Hesse, C The stress-buffering effects of a brief dyadic interaction before an acute stressor. National Communication Association. (Nov 2009).
  8. Floyd, K, Hesse, C, Pauley, PM Writing affectionate letters reduces stress: Replication and extension. National Communication Association. (Nov 2009).
  9. Pauley, PM, Morman, MT, Floyd, K Expressive writing improves subjective health among testicular cancer survivors: A randomized, controlled trial. International Communication Association. (May 2009).
  10. Pauley, PM, Morman, MT, Floyd, K Expressive writing improves subjective health among testicular cancer survivors: A randomized, controlled trial. International Communication Association. (May 2009).
  11. Floyd, K, Boren, JP, Hannawa, AF, Hesse, C, McEwan, B, Veksler, AE Kissing in marital and cohabiting relationships: Effects on blood lipids, stress, and relationship satisfaction. National Communication Association. (Nov 2008).
  12. Floyd, K, Boren, JP, Hannawa, AF, Hesse, C, McEwan, B, Veksler, AE Kissing in marital and cohabiting relationships: Effects on blood lipids, stress, and relationship satisfaction. National Communication Association. (Nov 2008).
  13. Floyd, K, Boren, JP, Hannawa, AF, Hesse, C, McEwan, B, Veksler, AE Kissing in marital and cohabiting relationships: Effects on blood lipids, stress, and relationship satisfaction. National Communication Association. (Nov 2008).
  14. Floyd, K, Riforgiate, S Affectionate communication received from spouses predicts stress hormone levels in healthy adults. Western States Communication Association. (Feb 2008).
  15. Floyd, K, Riforgiate, S Affectionate communication received from spouses predicts stress hormone levels in healthy adults. Western States Communication Association. (Feb 2008).
  16. Floyd, K, Riforgiate, S Affectionate communication received from spouses predicts stress hormone levels in healthy adults. Western States Communication Association. (Feb 2008).
  17. Hesse, C, Floyd, K Affectionate experience partially mediates the effects of alexithymia on mental health and interpersonal relationships. National Communication Association. (Nov 2007).
  18. Mikkelson, AC, Floyd, K Differential solicitude of social support in different types of sibling relationships. National Communication Association. (Nov 2007).
  19. Floyd, K, Mikkelson, AC, Hesse, C, Pauley, PM Affectionate writing reduces total cholesterol: Two randomized, controlled trials. National Communication Association. (Nov 2007).
  20. Floyd, K, Mikkelson, AC, Hesse, C, Pauley, PM Affectionate writing reduces total cholesterol: Two randomized, controlled trials. National Communication Association. (Nov 2007).
  21. Mikkelson, AC, Floyd, K Differential solicitude of social support in different types of sibling relationships. National Communication Association. (Nov 2007).
  22. Hesse, C, Floyd, K Affectionate experience partially mediates the effects of alexithymia on mental health and interpersonal relationships. National Communication Association. (Nov 2007).
  23. Floyd, Kory, Hesse, C, Haynes, M Human affection exchange: XV. Metabolic and cardiovascular correlates of trait expressed affection. National Communication Association. (Nov 2006).
  24. Floyd, Kory, Hesse, C, Haynes, M Human affection exchange: XV. Metabolic and cardiovascular correlates of trait expressed affection. National Communication Association, San Antonio, TX. (Nov 2006).
  25. Floyd, Kory, Hesse, C Trait expressed affection is inversely related to glycosylated hemoglobin. International Association for Relationship Research, Crete, Greece. (Jul 2006).
  26. Floyd, Kory, Mikkelson, A Differential benefits and risks of nonverbal affection behavior for women and men. Southern States Communication Association. (Apr 2006).
  27. Floyd, Kory, Mikkelson, A Differential benefits and risks of nonverbal affection behavior for women and men. Southern States Communication Association, Dallas, TX. (Apr 2006).
  28. Floyd, Kory, Mikkelson, A, Tafoya, M, Farinelli, L, La Valley, A, Judd, J, Davis, K, Haynes, M, Wilson, J Human affection exchange: XIV. Relational affection predicts resting heart rate and free cortisol secretion during acute stress. Western States Communication Association. (Feb 2006).
  29. Floyd, Kory, Mikkelson, A, Tafoya, M, Farinelli, L, La Valley, A, Judd, J, Davis, K, Haynes, M, Wilson, J Human affection exchange: XIV. Relational affection predicts resting heart rate and free cortisol secretion during acute stress. Western States Communication Association, Palm Springs, CA. (Feb 2006).
  30. Floyd, Kory Human affection exchange: XII. Affectionate communication is related to diurnal variation in salivary free cortisol. National Communication Association. (Nov 2005).
  31. Floyd, Kory, Mikkelson, A, Tafoya, M, Farinelli, L, La Valley, A, Judd, J, Haynes, M, Davis, K, Wilson, J Human affection exchange: XIII. Affectionate communication accelerates neuroendocrine stress recovery. National Communication Asociation. (Nov 2005).
  32. Floyd, Kory, Morman, M Correlates of relational satisfaction in father-son relationships. National Communication Association. (Nov 2005).
  33. Morman, M, Floyd, Kory The good son: What does it mean to be a good father?. Western States Communication Association, San Francisco, CA. (Feb 2005).
  34. Morman, M, Floyd, Kory What does it mean to be a good father?. Western States Communication Association. (Feb 2005).
  35. Floyd, Kory Endocrine measures in communication research. National Communication Association, Chicago, IL. (Nov 2004).
  36. Floyd, Kory Methods of endocrine measurement in human communication research. National Communication Association. (Nov 2004).
  37. Floyd, Kory Human affection exchange: XI. Neurological hemispheric dominance predicts propensity for affection. International Association for Relationship Research. (Jul 2004).
  38. Floyd, Kory Human affection exchange: IX. Neurological hemispheric dominance as a discriminator of behavioral. International Communication Association. (May 2004).
  39. Floyd, Kory, Mikkelson, A Human affection exchange: IX. Neurological hemispheric dominance as a discriminator of behavioral responses to affectionate communication. International Communication Association. (May 2004).
  40. Floyd, Kory, Hess, J, Miczo, L, Halone, K, Mikkelson, A, Tusing, K Human affection exchange: VIII. Further evidence of the benefits of expressed affection. Western States Communication Association. (Feb 2004).

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Research Activity Research Awards

  1. Floyd,Kory Wayne * . Affectionate Communication as a Mechanism for Responding to Acute Stress. HHS-NIH-NIMH (9/1/2006 - 5/31/2009).

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Service

  1. St. Joseph Hospital, Communication specialist, Internal Medicine (2010 - present)
  2. ASU Office of the Provost, Faculty Fellow (2010 - present)
  3. University of California, Santa Barbara, External reviewer, promotion to Full Professor (2010 - present)
  4. University of Missouri, Colloquium Speaker (2010 - present)
  5. Johnson County Community College, Colloquium Speaker (2010 - present)
  6. St. Paul College, Colloquium Speaker (2010 - present)
  7. Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, Emergency/Pandemic Officer (2009 - present)
  8. University of New Mexico, External reviewer, promotion to associate professor with tenure (2009 - present)
  9. University of New Mexico, External reviewer, promotion to associate professor with tenure (2009 - present)
  10. Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, Associate Director (2009 - present)
  11. Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, Associate Director (2009 - present)
  12. University of Missouri St. Louis, External reviewer, promotion to associate professor with tenure (2009 - present)
  13. University of Missouri St. Louis, External reviewer, promotion to associate professor with tenure (2009 - present)
  14. Fetzer Institute grant competition on compassionate love, Grant reviewer (2009 - present)
  15. Austrian Science Fund Fimberg program for female scientists, Grant reviewer (2009 - present)
  16. Georgia Communication Association, Keynote speaker (2009 - present)
  17. Georgia Communication Association, Annual conference keynote speaker (2009 - present)
  18. Georgia Communication Association, Keynote speaker (2009 - present)
  19. Texas Christian University, External reviewer, promotion to associate professor with tenure (2008 - present)
  20. University of Nebraska, External reviewer, promotion to associate professor with tenure (2008 - present)
  21. University of Arizona, Colloquium Speaker (2008 - present)
  22. University of Oklahoma, External reviewer, tenure (2008 - present)
  23. University of Washington, Colloquium Speaker (2008 - present)
  24. Communication Education, Editorial Board (2008 - present)
  25. Communication Sciences Laboratory, Director (2008 - present)
  26. Communication Sciences Laboratory, Director (2008 - present)
  27. Communication Studies, Editorial Board (2008 - present)
  28. Communication Studies, Editorial Board (2008 - present)
  29. Human Communication Research, Editorial Board (2008 - present)
  30. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, Editorial Board (2008 - present)
  31. Journal of Social Psychology, Consulting Editor (2008 - present)
  32. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, Editorial Board (2008 - present)
  33. Western Journal of Communication, Editorial Board (2008 - present)
  34. Texas Tech University, External Reviewer, Promotion to Associate Professor with Tenure (2007 - present)
  35. University of Nebraska, Visiting professor (2007 - present)
  36. University of Nebraska, Visiting professor (2007 - present)
  37. Michigan State University, Visiting professor (2007 - present)
  38. Michigan State University, Visiting professor (2007 - present)
  39. University of Minnesota Duluth, External Reviewer, Septennial Review (2006 - present)
  40. University of Denver, External Reviewer, Promotion to Full Professor (2006 - present)

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