Publications by James T. Kitchens
“Discriminant Analysis as an Instrument for Political Analysis,” Southern Speech Communication Journal, 40 (Spring, 1975), 313-320. (With J. Larry Powell)
An Experimental Study of Campaign Issues and Candidates’ Personality traits as Influencing Variables on Voting Behavior, Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Florida, 1975; Dissertation Abstracts International, (September, 1975), 1168.
“Elements of Participant Satisfaction in Dyads,” Southern Speech Communication Journal, 41 (Fall, 1975), 59-68. (With J. Larry Powell)
“The Influence of Selected Variables on the Employment Interview Situation,” Journal of Applied Communication Research, 3 (April, 1975), 33-53.
“The Effects of Campaign Communication on Voter Group Attitudes: A Model of Separation and Clustering,” Kentucky Journal of Communication Arts, (Spring, 1976), 15-21.
“The Influence of Sex Differences in Speech Evaluation: Situational and Media Effects,” Communication Education, 26 (March, 1977), 143-153. (With Doug Bock and J. Larry Powell)
“A Critical Review of Campaign Techniques: Elections and Values in Contemporary Democracies,” Journal of Applied Communication Research, (April, 1977), 42-43.
“Environmental Esthetics and Interpersonal Attraction,” Western Journal of Speech Communication, (Spring, 1977), 126-130. (With Ralph Behnke)
“A Psychological Pattern of Anxiety in Public Speaking,” Communication Quarterly, (Fall, 1977), 44-46. (With Ralph Behnke and Larry Carlile)
“Challenge to the Rule of Minimum Effect: A Case Study of the In Man-Out Man Strategy,” Southern Speech Communication Journal, (Winter, 1979), 176-190.
“A Critical Analysis of NCPAC’s Strategies in Key 1980 Races: A Third Party Negative Campaign,” Southern Speech Communication Journal, 51 (Spring, 1986), 208-228.
“Analyzing Campaign Strategies: Contingencies, Assumptions, and Techniques,” Southeastern Political Review, 14 (Fall, 1986), 161-179. (With J. Larry Powell)
“Ticket Splitting: Dead or Alive?”, Campaign & Elections, June, 1994, 34-35. (With J. Larry Powell)
“Sex and Income as Factors Associated with Exposure to Jokes About the Clinton-Lewinsky Controversy,” Psychological Reports, (1999), 1047-1050. (With J. Larry Powell)
“Equipment Malfunctions and Attribution of Causality,” Perceptual and Motor Skills, 2000, 41-46. (With J. Larry Powell)
“Factors Influencing Opinions about Urban Growth and Development: Measuring Resistance to Urban Development,” North American Journal of Psychology, vol. 4, no. 1, 2002, 133-142. (With J. Larry Powell)
“Information Please? Information Seeking Mass Media, and the Undecided Voter,” Communication Research Reports, vol 20, no. 1, Winter, 2003, pp. 73-80. (With J. Larry Powell and Glenda Williams)
“The Psychology of Persuasive Messaging: The Four Pillars of the American Psyche,” Campaign and Elections, May 2006, pp. 45-46.
“The Economics of Voting: Pocketbook Issues in U.S. Elections.” Voting in America vol 2, ed. Morgan E. Felchner, Praeger Publishers, Westport, CT., 2008, pp. 113-121.