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Adams, A. (1986). Strategy preferences for assigning pronoun antecedents: A comparison of normal and disabled readers in listening and reading comprehension, State U New York, Albany.

Adams, F. J. (1968). Evaluation of a listening program designed to develop awareness of propaganda techniques: 4, vi, 300 [i.e. 365].

Adams, F. J. (1968). Evaluation of a listening program designed to develop awareness of propaganda techniques., Boston University.

Alcala, M. E. (1985). Compressed speech, use of pictures, field dependence-independence, and comprehension of discourse, Indiana U.

Al-Nesir, R. A. (1987). The relationship of grade level, field-dependence-independence, and physical context to message evaluation, U Colorado, Boulder, US.

Barnard, D. P. (1970). A study of the effect of differentiated auditory presentation on listening comprehension and rate of reading comprehension at the sixth grade level: x, 146.

Barnoski, J. J. (1988). The relationship between marital intimacy, perceived spousal empathy and listening skills in a self selected sample, Syracuse U, NY, US.

Bartelo, D. M. (1989). The linkages across listening, speaking, reading, drawing and writing, Virginia Polytechnic Inst & State U, US.

Beck, J. H. (1985). The effect of a training program in listening on the reading achievement and listening comprehension of second and third grade pupils, Temple U.

Berarducci, J. (1956). Original stories for teaching the vocal skills in speaking and listening: [iii], 89.

Berner, S. J. (1988). The relationship of listening patterns to clinical sensitivity, Hofstra U, NY, US.

Binford, F. E. (1977). A study of interrelationships among different approaches to measuring listening comprehension, University of Iowa.

Blackburn, S. F. (1976). The construction, the implementation, and the evaluation of a title 1 primary grade listening program, University of Mississippi.

Bocchino, I. L. (1985). An exploratory study of the relationship between listening comprehension, cognitive complexity, receiver apprehension and mood state, U Florida.

Bochner, J. H. (1983). Speech, hearing, and language acquisition: An investigation of temporal patterning, auditory processing, and syntactic structure, U Wisconsin, Madison.

Bologna, T. M. (1989). A comparison of listening perspectives applied during parent interviews by early childhood special educators and social workers, Columbia U Teachers Coll, NY, US.

Bonitatibus, G. J. (1985). Comprehension monitoring and the apprehension of literal meaning, Stanford U.

Brassard, M. B. (1968). Listening and reading comprehension in intermediate grades: x, 200.

Brigman, G. A. (1992). The effects of Student Readiness Training on the listening comprehension, attending, and social skills of kindergarten students, Georgia State U, Coll of Education, US.

Brooks, J. D. (1992). Teaching to identified learning styles: The effects upon oral and silent reading and listening comprehension, U Toledo, OH, US.

Brooks, L. H. (1991). Effects of systematic listening instruction on the reading comprehension achievement of sixth-grade students enrolled in a remedial reading program, U Mississippi, US.

Brown, D. P. (1954). Auding as the primary language ability, Stanford University.

Brue, C. J. (1988). Identifying effective listening behaviors used by supervisors involved in dyadic conversations with subordinates, U Texas, Austin, US.

Bruno-Golden, B. F. (1978). Relaxation training used to enhance listening skills and productive oral comprehension for a language delayed child

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