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Listening to mathematics psychologically: Themes of interiority and multiplicity
by Wilson, Ellen K., Ph.D.  Pacifica Graduate Institute. 2015: 376 pages; 3728993.
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Listening to the body: Embodied engagement with chronic illness
by Mycue, Victoria de los Santos, Psy.D.  California Institute of Integral Studies. 2016: 175 pages; 10117914.
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Listening and persuasion: Examining the communicative patterns of servant leadership
by Rennaker, Mark A., Ph.D.  Regent University. 2008: 199 pages; 3309285.
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Auditory event-related potentials recorded during passive listening and speech production
by Swink, Shannon D., Ph.D.  East Carolina University. 2010: 360 pages; 3419174.
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Listening priorities and rehearsal procedures of selected Texas Honor Band directors
by Evans, Christopher James, D.M.A.  The University of Oklahoma. 2012: 204 pages; 3506221.
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Novel forms in the adult mental lexicon: Listening to new neighbors
by Berg, Steven A., Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2015: 69 pages; 3725897.
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"Are You Listening?": Vocal Polyphony in the Christian Rock Music of Emery
by Schneider, Alexandria, M.M.  University of Kansas. 2019: 107 pages; 13885703.
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Re-establishing Connections: Listening to Women Psychology Students Talk about Recovery
by Schewe, Elizabeth Marie, Ph.D.  Pacifica Graduate Institute. 2016: 236 pages; 10257962.
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Agitation in Dementia Associated with Alzheimer’s Disease: Response to Music Listening
by Uzamere-Ogbeide , Joy, D.N.P.  Grand Canyon University. 2020: 194 pages; 28026597.
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Self-reported listening strategies by students in an intensive English language program
by Montgomery, Holly, M.A.  University of Arkansas at Little Rock. 2008: 90 pages; 1456505.
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Listening to stories about Writing (Centers): Sites of innovation in (online) writing instruction
by Martini, Rebecca Hallman, Ph.D.  University of Houston. 2016: 271 pages; 10149459.
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Hearing the gaze, feeling the sound: Directed listening in audio remix culture
by Harrison, John Cain, Jr., M.A.  Georgetown University. 2011: 103 pages; 1491415.
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Listening to women's voices: Perceptions & experiences with contraception & abortion in rural Armenia
by Jilozian, Ani, M.P.H.  Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. 2014: 80 pages; 1551611.
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Making connections: Listening to visitor conversations at different styles of sea jelly exhibits
by Galvan, Tamara M., M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2013: 83 pages; 1523215.
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Who's listening? The right, the wrong, and the real in improvised music
by Katz, David I., M.F.A.  Mills College. 2016: 55 pages; 10133464.
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Listening to Digital Wisdom: Youth of Color Perspectives on Their Needs in Navigating New Media
by Tran, Fong, M.S.  University of California, Davis. 2016: 83 pages; 10165741.
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Heard Least but Matter Most: Listening to Youth Voice to Understand the Process of Youth Empowerment
by Tindall-Biggins, Carly M., Ph.D.  Loyola University Chicago. 2020: 280 pages; 27998771.
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Do You Hear What I Hear? Listening to the Voices of Teachers in Urban Segregated Settings
by Ross, Donna Martin, Ph.D.  The University of Alabama. 2020: 142 pages; 28022083.
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Listening to the Voices that Sing a Different Song: Mathematically Successful and Socially Conscious Students of Color
by Johnson, Rebecca Lee, Ed.D.  Teachers College, Columbia University. 2020: 285 pages; 27837265.
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