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xii, 168 leaves. Burrell, E. W. (1959). Organization patterns in reading, writing, speaking, and listening in the ninth grade

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Burrell, E. W. (1959). Organization patterns in reading, writing, speaking, and listening in the ninth grade: v, 260, 9, 4.

Caccavo, E. (1968). The listening comprehension level of an informal reading inventory as a predictor of intelligence of elementary school children., New York University.

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Carr, A. G. (1992). Theoretical considerations of the Daneman and Carpenter Paradigm for the study of working memory span, New School for Social Research, NY, US.

Carroll, J. J. (1984). Underlying determinants of complex interpretations in discourse, Cornell U.

Chafe, W. J., R. Solberg, et al. (1958). A comparison of imagery evoked by silent reading with imagery evoked by listening in grades three, five and six: [ix], 181.

Chang, Y. C. C. (1968). The ability of sixth grade pupils to use certain verbal context clues in listening and reading, University of Minnesota.

Cheney, B. A. and S. J. Hohl (1974). Listening comprehension for grades one through three : an overview and handbook: iv, 160 leaves.

Chiang, J. C. (1991). Effects of speech modification, prior knowledge, and listening proficiency on the lecture listening comprehension of Chinese EFL (English as a Foreign Language) students, Pennsylvania State U, US.

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Cohn, S. (1989). The relationship between working memory and notetaking effectiveness in a listening-learning context, U South Carolina, US.

Condeluci, S. A. (1984). A comparison of lecture styles and their relationship to student rated effectiveness and quiz results, U Pittsburgh.

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Connor, M. (1988). Training in counselling: The development, implementation and evaluation of "listening and responding", an approach to teaching communication skills to nurses, U Keele, England.

Conti, D. J. (1984). The development of children's understanding of conversational postulates, De Paul U.

Cooper, L. O. (1992). Toward a theory of listening competence; The development of a two-factor model of listening in organizations, U Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, US.

Cooper, R. L. (1965). The ability of deaf and hearing children to apply morphological rules, Columbia University.

Cosgrove, M. S. (1988). Reading aloud to children: The effects of listening on the reading comprehension and attitudes of fourth and sixth graders in six communities in Connecticut, U Connecticut, US.

Courage, M. L. (1986). Children's inquiry strategies in referential communication and in the game of twenty questions, Memorial U of Newfoundland, St John's, Canada.

Cullinan, E. M. (1952). A comparison of the abilities of third grade children in oral and written recall from listening and from silent reading: [v], 23, [20].

Cummings, R. L. (1986). An evaluation of the Tomatis Listening Training Program, U Toronto, Canada.

Curd, F. S. (1984). Listening comprehension: The prediction of reading and language arts achievement in the lower elementary grades, U Tennessee.

Cushing, B., H. Granger, et al. (1957). The construction and validation of a listening ability test for grades one and two

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