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AUDIOVISUAL (Audio, Video, Etc.)


Nichols on Tape, Telstar, Inc.

Listening between the lines, Higgins.

Listening beyond words, McGraw-Hill.

Listening makes a difference. Santa Monica, CA, Salenger Educational Media.

Listen, listen, listen!, National Film Board of Canada.

Listening: A key to decision making, Paramount Communications.

On listening, American Management Association.

The art of listening. Palo Alto, CA, Prentice Hall Learning Systems.

The importance of listening. Bloomington, IN, National Instructional TV Center.

Introduction to listening skills, Coronet Films.

Effective listening. Stamford, CT, Learning International.

Sequential tests of educational progress. Princeton, NJ, Educational Testing Service.

The relevance of listening: An individualized course. Sunnyvale, CA, Westinghouse Learning Press.

Simon, Available at toy stores.

Developing your e-q. Hopkins, MN, Telstar, Inc.

(1950). He who has ears, Telstar.

(1953). A communication primer, Pyramid.

(1958). The task of the listener, Indiana University.

(1959). Listen, please.

(1964). Effective listening. New York, Xerox Learning Systems.

(1965). Listening skills: An introduction, Coronet Films/Oklahoma State University.

(1965). Communication - talking and listening, National Audiovisual Center.

(1966). Are you listening?, Strauss Perennial.

(1969). Listening, Churchill Films.

(1971). Noise is pollution, too!, Journal Films, Inc.

(1971). Hello...I need to tell you something, University of Minnesota.

(1972). Listening, Roundtable Films, Inc.

(1972). Listen and learn, part 1 and part 2, Creative Visuals, Inc.

(1972). Listening: Input part of communication, Rank Production Roundtable.

(1972). Can I talk to you, dad?, Franciscan Communications.

(1972). English on the job: Listening and speaking skills.

(1972). If you label it this, it can't be that, Filmfare Communications.

(1972). Noise presentation, National Audiovisual Center.

(1973). Listen, National Audiovisual Center.

(1973). Listening beyond words, Brigham Young University.

(1973). Effective listening, Trainex Corporation.

(1974). Project listening, Unitarian Universalist Association.

(1974). The blame game, Bailey Film.

(1975). Listening between the lines, Alfred Higgins Productions, Inc.

(1975). Some hear, some listen, Centron Films.

(1975). Hear: It takes two, Filmfare Communications.

(1975). Communication skills: Learning to listen and express yourself. White Plains, NY, Center for the Humanities.

(1975). Pathfinder learner's skills program (listening unit), Learner's Skills, Inc.

(1976). Small talk instructional program, Imperial International Learning Corporation.

(1977). Listening skills: How to be an active listener, Guidance Associates.

(1977). Communication roadblocks, BFA Educational Media.

(1978). The power of listening, CRM/McGraw-Hill Films.

(1978). Newskit, Learning Seed.

(1978). You're not listening, Barr Films.

(1978). Listening makes a difference. Santa Monica, CA, Salenger Films/Videos.

(1978). Adbox, Learning Seed.

(1979). Perception, CRM/McGraw-Hill Films.

(1979). Listening and notemaking skills, Educational Activities.

(1979). Listening: A key to problem-solving, AIMS Media.

(1979). Listening skills activity pack, J. Weston Walch.

(1980). Listening for results, Roundtable Films.

(1980). Advertising analysis, Learning Seed.

(1980). Listening for more sales, Roundtable Films.

(1981). Listening for laughs, Spectrum Educational Media.

(1981). Listening for understanding, Great Plains National Television Library.

(1981). Effective listening: Developing your ear-q, Communication Development, Inc.

(1981). Listening skills: The art of active listening, Human Relations Media.

(1981). Listening: The problem solver, Barr Films.

(1982). Doublespeak box, Learning Seed.

(1982). Survival listening skills, J. Weston Walch.

(1982). Listening, Films for the Humanities.

(1983). Strategic listening game, Education Research.

(1983). Dynamic listening: A multimedia communication series. Coral Gables, FL, University of Miami.

(1984). Are you listening?, R.L. Montgomery & Associates, Inc.

(1984). The art of listening. Stanford, CT, Ed. Dimensions Group.

(1984). Listening tasks for intermediate students of American English, Cambridge University Press.

(1984). Listen your way to success, Learn, Inc.

(1985). Effective communication, Learning Seed.

(1986). Communication and management: A conversation with Dr. Carl Rogers, Salenger Films/Videos.

(1987). Effective study strategies, Academic Resources Corp.

(1987). Listening dynamics: A proven approach, Media Messages.

Bell, G. (1982). Listen and Be Listened To. New York, NY, American management Association.

Bostrom, R. N. (1983). Kentucky comprehensive listening test. Lexington, KY, Kentucky Listening Research Center.

Bracken, D. (1970). Listening skills program-primary level I, International Teaching Tapes, Inc.

Educational_Testing_Service (1957). Listening levels 1, 2, 3, 4. Princeton, NJ, Educational Testing Service, Cooperative Test Division.

Educational_Testing_Service (1967). Listening. Princeton, NJ, Educational Testing Service, Cooperative Test Division.

Jones and Mohr (1976). Jones-Mohr Listening Test. LaJollaa, CA, University Associates.

Montgomery, R. L. (1994). Listen your way to success #2. Burnsville, MN, Learn Inc.

NEA Listening: From sound to meaning.

Nichols, R. G. He who has ears. St. Paul, MN, Telstar, Inc.

Nichols, R. G. Successful listening. St. Paul, MN, Telstar, Inc.

Steil, L. K. Effective listening. St. Paul, MN, Telstar.

Terris, W. Effective listening. CA, Landsford Press.

Whitaker, C. (1968). Sounds around the house. Hamden, CN, Learning Systems Corporation.

Whiteman, G. (1986). Effective supervisory listening. Guilford, CT, Interdependence Associates, Inc.

Young, L. and B. Fitzgerald (1982). Listening and learning: Lectures. Rowley, MA, Newbury House Publishers.

BOOKS


Abrams, E. B. and United States. Food and Drug Administration. Office of Public Affairs. (1980). Listening as a fetus becomes a baby. [Rockville, Md.], Dept. of Health Education and Welfare Public Health Service Food and Drug Administration Office of Public Affairs.

Addeo, E. and R. E. Burger (1973). Ego speak: Why no one listens to you, Chilton Book, Co.

Adler, M. J. (1982). The paideia proposal. New York, Macmillan.

Adler, M. J. (1985). How to speak, how to listen. New York, The MacMillan Company.

Adler, R. B. (1986). Interplay. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

Ahuja, P. and G. C. Ahuja (1990). How to listen better. Toledo, OH, Sterling Publications India.

Allen, R. R. (1991). Basic listening skills: Strategies, readings, & exercises. Dubuque, IA, Kendall-Hunt.

Allen, R. R. and K. L. Brown (1976). Developing communication competence in children: A report of the speech communication's national project on speech communication competencies. Skokie, IL, National Textbook Co.

Allport, D. A. (1987). Language perception and production : relationships between listening, speaking, reading, and writing. London ; Orlando, Academic Press.

Altman, R. (1992). Sound theory sound practice. New York, NY, Routledge.

Alwter, E. (1981). I want to hear you: How to use listening skills for profit. Englewood cliffs, NJ, Prentice Hall.

Anastasi, T. E. (1982). Listen! Techniques for improving communication skills. Boston, MA, CBI Publishing Company.

Anastasi, T. E. and S. A. Dimond (1972). Listening on the job. Reading, MA, Addison-Wesley.

Anderson, J. R. (1983). Integrated skills reinforcement : reading, writing, speaking, and listening across the curriculum. New York, Longman.

Andersson, B. (1988). Dichotic listening in lefthanders : comparisons between left and right hemisphere speech dominant children. Uppsala, Sweden, Dept. of Psychology Uppsala University.

Annand, W. S. (1979). Lectures for listening comprehension. Rockville, MD, American Language Academy.

anonymous Pooh, Oh Brother, No One's Listening. Racine, WI, Golden Books.

Armstrong, B. (1981). Lively listening: Grades 4-6, The Learning Tree. P.O. Box 1461, Wausau, WI. 54401 or The Learning Works. P.O. Box 6187, Santa Barbara, CA. 93160.

Arnheim, R. (1973). The radio: An art of sound. New York, NY, Da Capo Press.

Arnold, H. (1982). Listening to children reading. Sevenoaks, Kent, Hodder and Stoughton in association with the United Kingdom Reading Association.

Astmann, H. K. (1978). 4 Steps to Success. Iowa, Kendall/Hunt.

Atkin, J., J. Bastiani, et al. (1988). Listening to parents : an approach to the improvement of home/school relations. London ; New York, Croom Helm.

Atwater, E. (1981). I hear you : how to use listening skills for profit. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall.

Atwater, E. (1982). I hear you: Listening skills to make you a better manager. Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice-Hall.

Augsburger, D. (1982). Caring enough to hear. Scottsdale, PA, Herald Press.

Austin-Lett, G. and J. Sprague (1976). Talk to yourself. Boston, Houghton Mifflin.

Bacheller, F. (1986). Listening and recall. Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice-Hall.

Backlund, P. and Speech Communication Association. (1982). State practices in speaking and listening skill assessment. [S.l.], Speech Communication Association.

Baile, S. and CareerTrack Publications (Firm) (1992). Building self-esteem in your child

how to give your child a healthy foundation for life. Boulder, CO, CareerTrack Publ.

Baker, H. One minute listener. Salem, OR, Forum Printers International.

Baker, H., R. Cayor, et al. Listening and speaking in the English classroom. New York, The MacMillan Company.

Baker, R. J. (1981). I'm listening lord, keep talking. Scottsdale, PA, Herald Press.

Ball, S. and G. A. Bogatz The modern American electric-pragmatic design: "Sesame Street" and the "Electric Company.". Princeton, NJ, Educational Testing Service, n.d.

Bamberger, J. (1979). The art of listening: Developing musical perception. Scranton, Penn., Harper and Row, Publishers.

Bamberger, J. S. and H. Brofsky (1979). The art of listening : developing musical perception. New York, Harper & Row.

Banks, C. (1984). English for a changing world : workbook and listening comprehension manual. Glenview, Ill., Scott Foresman.

Banville, T. (1978). How to listen, how to be heard. Chicago, Nelson-Hall.

Barbara, D. (1968). The art of listening. Springfield, IL, Charles C. Thomas, Publishers.

Barbara, D. (1971). How to make people listen to you. Springfield, IL, Charles C. Thomas.

Barbara, D. A. (1958). The art of listening. Springfield, Ill.,, C. C. Thomas.

Barker, L. Communication vibrations. New Orleans, LA, Spectra Incorporated Publishers.

Barker, L. (1988). Listening skills: Objectives and criterion referenced exercises for grades K-12. New Orleans, LA, Spectra, Inc.

Barker, L. L. (1990). Listening behavior. New Orleans, Spectra.

Barker, L. L. and R. Edwards (1980). Intrapersonal communication. Dubuque, IA, Gorsuch Scarisbrick Publishers.

Barne, K. (1946). Listening to the orchestra. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill.

Bass Alison. Listening to our dreams.

Battaglia Authentic discourse for listening comprehension. Haywood, CA, The Alemany Press.

Beardsley, M. (1975). Thinking straight. Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice-Hall.

Beasley, D. S. (1984). Audition in childhood : methods of study. San Diego, Calif., College-Hill Press.

Benjamin, A. (1974). The helping interview. Boston, Mass., The Houghton Mifflin Company.

Bennet, L. Reconstructing reality in the courtroom. New Brunswick, NJ, Rutgers University Press.

Benward, B. (1983). Ear training : a technique for listening. Dubuque, Iowa, W.C. Brown Co. Publishers.

Berendt, J. (1985). The third ear: On listening to the world. New York, NY, Owl Books--Henry Holt and Company.

Berendt, J. E. (1992). The third ear : on listening to the world. New York, H. Holt.

Berg, F. S. (1978). Listening and speech training package. New York, Grune and Stratton.

Berg, F. S. (1979). Listening handbook. New York, Grune and Stratton.

Berg, F. S. (1986). Facilitating classroom listening: A handbook for teachers of normal and hard of hearing students. Austin, TX, PRO-ED.

Berg, F. S. (1987). Facilitating classroom listening : a handbook for teachers of normal and hard of hearing students. Boston, College-Hill Press.

Berg, F. S. (1987). Facilitating classroom listening. Boston, Mass., College-Hill Press.

Berg, S. S. (1971). It's more fun to listen



place relationships. St. Louis, Missouri, Milliken Pub. Co.

Berko, R. M., A. D. Wolvin, et al. (1985). Communicating: A social and career focus. Boston, MA, Houghton Mifflin.

Berman, M. (1980). Take note: materials for listening comprehension and note taking. New York, Pergamon Press.

Berman, S. I. (1969). The closed mind. San Francisco, CA, International Society for General Semantics.

Berman, S. I. (1969). Why do we jump to conclusions? San Francisco, CA, International Society for General Semantics.

Berman, S. I. (1969). Understanding and being understood. San Francisco, CA, International Society for General Semantics.

Berman, S. I. (1969). How to lessen misunderstandings. San Francisco, CA, International Society for General Semantics.

Berry, J. W. (1986). Teach Me About Listening. Chicago, Children's Press.

Berryman-Fink, C. and C. B. Fink (1996). The manager's desk reference. New York, AMACOM American Management Association.

Beukenkamp, E. (1984). Exercises in listening. Riverside, NJ, MacMillan Publishing Company.

Bickford, S. (1996). The dissonance of democracy : listening, conflict, and citizenship. Ithaca, N.Y., Cornell University Press.

Binder, E. (1980). A report and evaluation on a developmental course in listening instruction. Austin, TX, Pro-Ed.

Birney, B. (1996). Pooh Oh, Bother! No One's Listening. Racine, WI, Western Publishing (A Golden book).

Blatchford, C. H. (1973). Listening: Notes from a kindergarten journal. Washington, DC, Alex Graham Bell Association for the Deaf.

Blocker, D. (1978). Project signals. Massachusetts, Massachusetts Department of Education.

Blum, L. (1990). Tuning in to spoken messages: Basic listening strategies. White Plains, NY, Longman.

Bode, S. (1987). Overheard and understood. Belmont, CA, Wadsworth Publishing Co.

Bohannon, P. and D. v. d. Elst (1998). Asking and listening : ethnography as personal adaptation. Prospect Heights, Ill., Waveland Press.

Bolton, R. (1979). People skills: How to assert self, listen to others, resolve conflict. Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice-Hall.

Bone, D. (1988). The business of listening: A practical guide to effective listening. Los Altos, CA, Crisp Publications.

Bons-Storm, R. (1996). The incredible woman : listening to women's silences in pastoral care and counseling. Nashville, Abingdon Press.

Bormaster, J. and C. Treat (1982). Building interpersonal relationships through talking, listening, communicating. Austin, TX, Pro-Ed.

Bormaster, J. S. and C. L. Treat (1982). Building interpersonal relationships through talking, listening, communicating. Austin, Tex., Pro-Ed.

Bormaster, J. S. and C. L. Treat (1994). Building interpersonal relationships through talking, listening, communicating (2nd ed.). Austin, TX, US, PRO-ED, Inc.

(from the preface) The goals of TLC (talking, listening, communicating) groups are to develop positive regard for individual differences; to build a sense of belonging; to foster horizontal, non-authoritative relationships; and to use the synergistic power of groups to achieve results. /// (This revised curriculum is designed for) training and counseling people of all ages in a variety of settings.. (from the introduction) Chapter 1 is designed to prepare you to be an effective group leader.... Chapter 2 provides the activities necessary to build a group sense by setting limits and establishing the process for working together. Following... are instructional activities organized into 8 chapters. The chapters follow a sequence, as do the activities within each chapter.

Bostrom, R. (1988). Input, Waveland Press.

Bostrom, R. N. (1988). Communicating in public: Speaking and listening. Edina, MN, Burgess Publishing.

Bostrom, R. N. (1990). Listening behavior: Measurement and application. New York, NY, US, Guilford Press.

(from the preface) This book marks the beginning of a specific research enterprise, and is dedicated to the idea that nothing is more important than understanding the way we perceive, process, remember, and understand oral messages. It examines specific functions of listening and explores them in considerable detail. /// Most of the studies presented here have used specific measurement of short-term listening, short-term listening with rehearsal, and interpretive listening. Others have taken a thoughtful look at crucial concepts in information processing, such as schemas, receiver apprehension, deception, and television.

Brammer, L. (1979). The helping relationship. Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice-Hall, Inc.

Brehmer, D. A. (1995). Communicating effectively with major donors. San Francisco, Calif., Jossey-Bass Inc.

Brennan, R. M. G. and D. F. Hahn (1990). Listening for a president : a citizen's campaign methodology. New York, Praeger.

Brent, R. (1978). Human communicaton handbook: Simulations and games 2. Rochelle Park, NJ, Hayden Book Co.

Brewster, S. K. (1986). An experiment to measure the effects of "chunking" on beginning foreign language students in listening comprehension testing.

Broadbent, D. E. (1958). Perception and communication. London, Pergamon Press.

Brooks, B. (1979). Assessment of basic speaking and listening skills, Vol I and II.

Brooks, B. (1983). Listening for sounds workbook. Largo, FL, ESP.

Brown, G. (1977). Listening to spoken English. London, Longman.

Brown, G. (1995). Speakers, listeners and communication: Explorations in discourse analysis. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Brown, G. and G. Yule (1984). Teaching the spoken language: An approach based on the analysis of conversational English. New York, NY, Cambridge University Press.

Brown, J. I. and G. R. Carlsen (1955). Brown-Carlsen Listening Comprehension Test. St. Paul, Lyman Steil , Communication Development, Inc.

Brown, J. M. and A. S. Palmer (1988). The listening approach : methods and materials for applying Krashen's input hypothesis. New York, Longman.

Brown, K. (1984). Teaching the spoken language: An approach based on the analysis of conversational English. New York, Cambridge University Press.

Brown, K. L., G. Brown, et al. (1979). Assessment of basic speaking and listening skills: State of the art and recommendations for instrument development, Vol. I and II. Boston, Mass., Department of Education, Bureau of Research and Assessment.

Brown, L. K. (1986). Taking advantage of media: A manual for parents and teachers. Boston, MA, Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Brown, R. (1958). Words and things. New York, Free Press of Gencoe.

Brown, R. A. (1970). The tyranny of noise. New York, St. Martin's Press.

Brownell, J. (1986). Building active listening skills. Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice-Hall.

Brownell, J. (1996). Listening: Attitudes, principles, and skills. Boston, Allyn and Bacon.

Bryngelson, B. (1959). Speech correction through listening. Glenview, IL, Scott, Foresman, and Company.

Buckman, R. (1988). I don't know what to say: How to help and support someone who is dying. Toronto, Key Porter.

Buller, M. C. (1970). A study of the relationship of listening achievement to classroom teacher behavior in selected fourth, fifth, and sixth grades.

Burley-Allen, M. (1982). Listening: The forgotten skill. New York, John Wiley and Sons.

Burley-Allen, M. and Galvin Listening by doing. Lincolnwood, IL, National Textbook Company.

Buys, W., T. Sill, et al. (1981). Speaking by doing: A speaking - listening text. Skokie, IL, National Textbook.

Buys, W. E. (1967). Speaking by doing; a speaking, listening work-text, National Textbook Corp.

Buys, W. E. (1973). Speaking by doing; a speaking-listening text. [Skokie, Ill.], National Textbook Corp.

Buys, W. E., T. Sill, et al. (1981). Speaking by doing : a speaking-listening text. Skokie, Ill., National Textbook Co.

Byrne, D. (1978). Listening comprehension practice. White Plains, NY, Longman, Inc.

Callanon, M. and p. Kelley (1995). Final gifts: Understanding the special awareness, needs, and communications of the dying, Walker.

Callner Film Productions. and Barr Films. (1978). You're not listening! Pasadena, Calif., Barr Films.

Illustrates, through a series of humorous vignettes, techniques for building good listening skills. Points out that listening is a complex skill which requires specific training and practice.

Canute, R. J. (1961). An exploratory evaluation of certain aspects of the listening program as a part of the study skills course at the University of Wyoming.

Carin, A. and R. Sund (1978). Creative questioning and sensitive listening techniques-A self-concept approach. Columbus, OH, Charles E. Merrill Publishing Co.

Carkhuff, R. R. (1987). The art of helping. Amherst, Human Resource Development Press.

Carley, W. (1971). Is anybody listening? Champaign, IL, Garrard.

Carnevale, A. P., L. J. Gainer, et al. (1990). Workplace basics : the essential skills employers want. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass Publishers.

Carr, J. (1979). Communicating with myself: A journal. Menlo Park, Benjamin Cummings Publishing Company.

Carroll, J. B. (1968). Development of native language skills beyond the early years. Princeton, NJ, Educational Testing Service.

Carter, C. and Z. Rashkis (1980). Ideas for teaching English in the junior high and middle school. Urbana, IL, National Council of Teachers of English. 1111 Kenyon Rd.

Casteel, J. D. (1978). Learning to think and choose: Decision-making episodes for middle grades. Santa Monica, CA, Goodyear Publ.

Cayer, R. L., J. Green, et al. (1971). Listening and speaking in the english classroom. New York, Macmillan.

Cayer, R. L., J. Green, et al. (1971). Listening and speaking in the English classroom: a collection of readings. [New York], Macmillan.

CDS Associates (1981). Listening: A factor in communication. Sunnyvale, CA, CDS Associates.

Celce-Murcia, M. (1991). Teaching English as a second or foreign language. Boston, Mass., Newbury House.

Chan, M. (1987). Phrase by phrase. NJ, Prentice-Hall.

Chang, B. G. Deconstructing the audience: Who are they and what do we know about them?

Chappel, B. M. (1983). Listening and learning. Belmont, CA, Pitman Learning.

Chernin, F. (1971). A manual of listening activities for the young child. Minneapolis, Paul S. Amidon & Associates.

Chernin, K. (1995). A different kind of listening : my psychoanalysis and its shadow. New York, NY, HarperCollinsPublishers.

Chessick, R. D. (1989). The technique and practice of listening in intensive psychotherapy. Northvale, NJ, US, Jason Aronson, Inc.

(from the introduction) This book in intended to facilitate the teaching and learning of psychoanalytic listening, but the therapist's prior development of interpersonal skills, appropriate sublimations, personal motivations, and other intrapsychic compromise formations are fundamental to the mastery of this complex and creative process. The therapist's basic maturity and human qualities, along with his or her thorough personal psychoanalysis, are the fundamental requirements for accurate judgments, successful psychoanalytic listening, and valid, " in-tune" responses. It is primarily these responses that demonstrate the therapist has indeed heard the patient properly, and that build a trusting relationship and propel the treatment forward. Papers by Greenson (1974), Lipton (1977a, 1979, 1983), and Stone (1981) will be reviewed as illustrations of these fundamental human qualities. However, the bulk of this book will be devoted to annotation of clinical material in order to demonstrate the application of my approach in daily work with patients.

Clark, M. L. (1972). Theoretical models and related research on the definition and measurement of reading and listening comprehension. Hawthorn, Australia, Australian Council for Educational Research.

Clevenger, T. and J. Matthews (1971). The speech communication process. Glenview, Il, Scott Foresman.

Coakely, C. G. and A. D. Wolvin (1989). Experiential listening: Tools for teachers and trainers. New Orleans, Spectra Inc., Publishers.

Coakley, C. G. Teaching Effective Listening Vols. I & II. A Practical Guide for the High School Classroom, author.

Coakley, C. G. (1993). Teaching effective listening. Sonoma, CA, Carolyn Gwynn Coakley Publisher.

Coakley, C. G. (1996). Teaching Effective Listening. Sonama, CA, Carolyn Gwynn Coakley, Publisher.

Colburn, C. W. and S. B. Weinberg (1981). An orientation to listening and audience analysis. Chicago, Science Research Associates.

Coonfield, T. (1975). Listening skills training: Applications to crisis intervention programs, Ohio University.

Cooper, J. (1973). Activity-concept English. Glenview, IL, Scott Foresman.

ACE 302 is on a slightly higher level than ACE 301.

Cooper, J. and Scott Foresman and Company. (1972). Activity-concept English 301. Glenview, Ill., Scott Foresman.

Cornell, J. (1987). Listening to nature: How to deepen your awareness of nature. Nevada City, CA, Dawn Publications.

Crable, R. E. (1976). Argumentaion as communication: Reseaning with receivers. Columbus, OH, Charles E. Merrell.

Craig, R. T. and K. Tracy (1983). Conversational coherence: Form, structure and strategy. Beverly Hills, CA, Sage Publishing.

Crenshaw, D. A. (1990). Bereavement: counseling the grieving throughout the life cycle. New York, Continuum.

Cronkhite, G. (1976). Communication and awareness. Reading, MA, Cummings Publishing.

Cronkhite, G. (1978). Public speaking and critical listening. Columbus, OH, Charles E. Merrill.

Crum, J. K. (1975). Art of inner listening. Pillar Books, NY, Jove Publications.

Daly, B. (1975). Reading while listening. Leeds, England, University of Leeds, Institute of Education.

Daniels, M. (1997). Benedictine roots in the development of deaf education : listening with the heart. Westport, Conn., Bergin & Garvey.

Davie, R. and D. Galloway (1996). Listening to children in education. London, D. Fulton Publishers.

Davis (1983). Listening and responding. St. Louis, MO, C.V. Mosby Company.

Davis, A. J. (1984). Listening and responding. St. Louis, Mosby.

Dean, H. H. (1955). Effective communication; a guide to reading, writing, speaking, and listening. New York,, Prentice-Hall.

Del Polito, C. (1975). Intrapersonal communication. Belmont, CA, Cummings Press.

Devine, T. Teaching study skills: A guide for teachers. Newton, MA, Allyn and Bacon, Inc.

Devine, T. (1982). Listening skills schoolwide: Activities, programs. Urbana, IL, ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading and Communication Skills.

Drakeford, J. (1967). The awesome power of the listening ear. Waco, TX, Word Books.

Drakeford, J. (1982). The awesome power of the listening heart. Grand Rapids, Mich., Zondervand Publishing House.

Drakeford, J. W. (1967). The awesome power of the listening ear. Waco, Tex.,, Word Books.

Dreyfack, R. (1983). What an executive should know about listening more effectively. Chicago, IL, The Dartnell Corporation.

Duff, T. S. Listening in the primary school: Views and practices of Australian teachers.

Duker, S. (1968). Listening bibliography. Metuchen, NJ, Scarecrow Press.

Duker, S. (1971). Listening: Readings Vol. II. Metuchen, NJ, Scarecrow Press, Incorporated.

Duker, S. (1971). Teaching listening in the elementary school: readings. Metuchen, N.J.,, Scarecrow Press.

Duker, S. (1971). Teaching listening in the elementary school. Metuchen, NJ, Scarecrow Press.

Duker, S. (1974). Time compressed speech: An anthology and bibliography in three volumes. Metuchen, NJ, Scarecrow Press, Inc.

Dunkel, P. (1982). Advanced listening comprehension. Rawley, Mass., Newberry House Publishers.

Dunkel, P. (1987). Start with listening. Cambridge, Mass., Newberry House Publishers.

Dunkel, P. and F. Pialorsi (1982). Advanced listening comprehension. Boston, MA, Heinle & Heinle.

Ede, J. and J. Williamson (1980). Talking, listening, and learning : the development of children's language. London, Longman.

Edfeldt, A. W. (1960). Silent speech and silent reading. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.

Education, M. D. o. (1979). MEAP listening test. Lansing, Michigan Department of Education.

Educational Services (1980). Listen: A handbook of classroom ideas to motivate the teaching of elementary listening skills. New York, NY, Educational Services.

Egan, G. You and me. Monterey, CA, Brooks/Cole Publishing Company.

Eggland, S. A. and J. W. Williams (1986). Human relations at work. Cinncinati, OH, South-Western Publishing Co.

Elgin, S. H. (1980). The gentle art of verbal self defense. Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice-Hall.

Elgin, S. H. (1983). More on the gentle art of verbal self defense. Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice-Hall.

Elgin, S. H. (1987). The last word on the gentle art of verbal self defense. Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice-Hall.

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