Dale Hample

Associate Professor

Ph.D., University of Illinois

Phone: 301-405-1414
2103 Skinner Building
Professional Interests: 

Dr. Hample's research studies how people take conflict personally in interpersonal interactions, the processes of interpersonal arguing, particularly the role of argument frames and emotions in interpersonal exchange, and inventional capacity, or the number of things an individual can say in an interpersonal exchange. He has published widely, in such journals as Communication Monographs, Argumentation & Advocacy, Argumentation, Informal Logic, and the Journal of Intercultural Communication Research.

Current research projects involve serial arguing, defensiveness, topic type, and development of arguments in conversation.

Curriculum Vitae

Graduate Advising Philosophy