How to listen

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. Samantha Bennett & Eliot Bates [ed] () Critical approaches to the production of music and sound [i]
  2. () Using soundscapes to detect variable degrees of human influence on tropical forests in Papua New Guinea [p] [d]
  3. () Sound maps matter: expanding cartophony [d]
  4. () Was Bo Diddley a buddha?: and other thoughts on the art of improvisation [u]
  5. () Listening: an underlying competency in psychiatry education [p] [d]
  6. () (Re)educating the senses to multicultural communities: prospective teachers using digital media and sonic cartography to listen for culture [d]
  7. () Soundmapping as critical cartography: engaging publics in listening to the environment [d]
  8. () The role of the listener on the emotional valence of personal memories in emerging adulthood [d]
  9. () The sound of cooperation: musical influences on cooperative behavior [p] [d]
  10. () What patients say, what doctors hear [i]
  11. () SoundNet: learning sound representations from unlabeled video [i] [u]
  12. () Weaving ropes with the Desert Fathers: (re)inventing rhetorical theory as silence and listening [d]
  13. () From music to big music: listening in the age of big data [d] [u]
  14. Jens Gerrit Papenburg & Holger Schulze [ed] () Sound as popular culture: a research companion [i]
  15. Ronald Michael Radano & Tejumola Olaniyan [ed] () Audible empire: music, global politics, critique [i]
  16. () 'Should I prioritize medical problem solving or attentive listening?': the dilemmas and challenges that medical students experience when learning to conduct consultations [p] [d]
  17. () Curating everyday life: approaches to documenting everyday soundscapes [u]
  18. Camilla Eeg-Tverbakk & Karmenlara Ely [ed] () Responsive listening: theater training for contemporary spaces [i]
  19. () A duet for one [p] [d]
  20. () Sounding the limits of life: essays in the anthropology of biology and beyond [i] [d] [j]
  21. () The hearing, the mapping, and the Web: investigating emerging online sound mapping practices [d]
  22. () Meditative dialogue: tuning in to the music of family therapy [d]
  23. () Sound information: sonification in the age of complex data and digital audio [d]
  24. () Immersive composition for sensory rehabilitation: 3D visualisation, surround sound, and synthesised music to provoke catharsis and healing [i] [d]
  25. () Behind the mirror: reflective listening and its tain in the work of Carl Rogers [d]
  26. () What does sound look like? [u]
  27. () The sound book: the science of the sonic wonders of the world [i]
  28. () The visual microphone: passive recovery of sound from video [d]
  29. () Supportive communication [i] [d]
  30. () Environmental noise pollution: noise mapping, public health, and policy [i] [d]
  31. () Singing in space and time: the biology of birdsong [i] [d]
  32. () Accumulating meaning, purpose and opportunities to change 'drip by drip': the impact of being a listener in prison [d]
  33. () Thanks for the feedback: the science and art of receiving feedback (even when it is off-base, unfair, poorly delivered, and frankly, you're not in the mood) [i]
  34. () Is background music a boost or a bummer? It depends [u]
  35. () Psychoacoustic cues to emotion in speech prosody and music [p] [d]
  36. () Assessing biodiversity with sound: do acoustic diversity indices reflect phylogenetic and functional diversities of bird communities? [d]
  37. () The sounds of repetition [u]
  38. () Listen with your eyes: towards a filmic geography [d]
  39. () Processing of communication sounds: contributions of learning, memory, and experience [p] [d]
  40. () Visual encoding of acoustic parameters: framework and application to noise mapping [d]
  41. () Chasing sound: technology, culture, and the art of studio recording from Edison to the LP [i]
  42. () The sound of temperature: what information do pouring sounds convey concerning the temperature of a beverage [d]
  43. () Understanding the listening process: rethinking the 'one size fits all' model [d]
  44. () Acoustic classification of multiple simultaneous bird species: a multi-instance multi-label approach [d]
  45. () Mapping ocean noise: making a sound map for the oceans [u]
  46. () The power of being heard: the benefits of 'perspective-giving' in the context of intergroup conflict [d]
  47. () Listening and participatory communication: a model to assess organization listening competency [d]
  48. () A new context-based approach to assess marine mammal behavioral responses to anthropogenic sounds [d]
  49. () Noise pollution alters ecological services: enhanced pollination and disrupted seed dispersal [d]
  50. () The science and art of listening: why listening is so much more than hearing [u]
  51. () A sonic geography of voice: towards an affective politics [d]
  52. () Subcortical encoding of sound is enhanced in bilinguals and relates to executive function advantages [d]
  53. () A new framework for assessing the effects of anthropogenic sound on marine mammals in a rapidly changing Arctic [d]
  54. () MIM: highlights from the Musical Instrument Museum [i]
  55. () Audio recording everyday talk [d]
  56. () Mastering the art and skill of listening: a guide to negotiation [i]
  57. () The role of auditory cues in the spatial knowledge of blind individuals [p]
  58. () Modeling acoustic diversity using soundscape recordings and LiDAR-derived metrics of vertical forest structure in a neotropical rainforest [d]
  59. () Observation and ecology: broadening the scope of science to understand a complex world [i] [d]
  60. () Whisper of the wild: is silence going extinct? [u]
  61. () Anthropogenic noise exposure in protected natural areas: estimating the scale of ecological consequences [d]
  62. () The sounds of science [d]
  63. () Beyond noise mitigation: managing soundscapes as common-pool resources [d]
  64. () Avian soundscapes and cognitive landscapes: theory, application and ecological perspectives [d]
  65. Thomas Hermann, Andy Hunt, & John G. Neuhoff [ed] () The sonification handbook [i]
  66. () Four objections to the concept of soundscape [i]
  67. () Analysis and interpretation of variability in soundscapes along an urban–rural gradient [d]
  68. () Measuring and interpreting the temporal variability in the soundscape at four places in Sequoia National Park [d]
  69. () Sound recordings—an essential tool for conservation [d]
  70. () Plasticity of the human auditory cortex related to musical training [p] [d]
  71. () What is soundscape ecology?: an introduction and overview of an emerging new science [d]
  72. () What makes a journalist?: story by an Amazon field volunteer [u]
  73. () Soundscape in a context of acoustic and landscape ecology [d]
  74. () A primer of acoustic analysis for landscape ecologists [d]
  75. () Letting the brain speak for itself [d]
  76. () From 'This f***ing life' to 'that's better'… in four minutes: an interdisciplinary study of music therapy's 'present moments' and their potential for affect modulation [d]
  77. () Compassionate, spiritual, and creative listening in teaching and learning [u]
  78. () Just listen: discover the secret to getting through to absolutely anyone [i]
  79. () Towards a neural basis of music-evoked emotions [d]
  80. () Sonic maps for hiking—use of sound in enhancing the map use experience [d]
  81. () Acoustic territories: sound culture and everyday life [i]
  82. () When blood and bones cry out: journeys through the soundscape of healing and reconciliation [i]
  83. () Listening, thinking, being [d]
  84. () The place where you go to listen: in search of an ecology of music [i]
  85. () Auditory space, ethics and hospitality: 'noise', alterity and care at the end of life [d]
  86. () Eavesdropping on social life: the accuracy of stranger ratings of daily behavior from thin slices of natural conversations [d]
  87. () Listening otherwise: the voice of ethics [d]
  88. () Spatiotemporal analysis of an acoustic environment: interactions between landscape features and sounds [d]
  89. (/2014) Principles of counseling and psychotherapy: learning the essential domains and nonlinear thinking of master practitioners [i]
  90. () Listening for avoidance: narrative form and defensiveness in adolescent memories [d]
  91. () Cartographic representation of the sonic environment [d]
  92. () Management and research applications of real-time and archival passive acoustic sensors over varying temporal and spatial scales [d]
  93. () Tuning into others' voices: radical listening, learning from difference, and escaping oppression [d]
  94. () Scale-free music of the brain [d]
  95. () Sonification: listen to brain activity [i] [d]
  96. () Challenging conflict: mediation through understanding [i]
  97. () Cell signalling is the music of life [p] [d]
  98. () Lessons from the public sphere: listening, adversity, and learning [d]
  99. () The sound of concepts: four markers for a link between auditory and conceptual brain systems [d]
  100. () Spatio-temporal variability in human and natural sounds in a rural landscape [d]
  101. () Thousand mile song: whale music in a sea of sound [i]
  102. () Attention to touch weakens audiovisual speech integration [d]
  103. () Spaces speak, are you listening?: experiencing aural architecture [i]
  104. () Individual differences in working memory capacity and divided attention in dichotic listening [p] [d]
  105. () Spatio-temporal restrictions as best practice precautionary response to ocean noise [d]
  106. () Auditory attention: focusing the searchlight on sound [d]
  107. () Urban sound environment [i]
  108. () How might action learning be used to develop the emotional intelligence and leadership capacity of public administrators? [d] [j]
  109. () Eavesdropping on health: a naturalistic observation approach for social health research [d]
  110. John J. Prendergast & G. Kenneth Bradford [ed] () Listening from the heart of silence [i]
  111. () Discovering the listener within us: the impact of trait-like personality variables and communicator styles on preferences for listening style [d]
  112. () Are we 'experienced listeners'?: a review of the musical capacities that do not depend on formal musical training [d]
  113. () Urban forest acoustics [i]
  114. () Background noise: perspectives on sound art [i]
  115. () Communicating quietly: supporting personal growth with meditation and listening in schools [d]
  116. () Experiencing groove induced by music: consistency and phenomenology [d]
  117. () Ambiguity in tempo perception: what draws listeners to different metrical levels? [d]
  118. () Personality in its natural habitat: manifestations and implicit folk theories of personality in daily life [d]
  119. Christina M. Puchalski [ed] () A time for listening and caring: spirituality and the care of the chronically ill and dying [i]
  120. () Narrative perspective: the use of the feedback poem as a tool for advancing interpersonal communication [d]
  121. () Interviewing and diagnostic exercises for clinical and counseling skills building [i]
  122. () Are you really listening?: keys to successful communication [i]
  123. E. Bruce Goldstein, Glyn W. Humphreys, Margaret Shiffrar, & William A. Yost [ed] () Blackwell handbook of sensation and perception [i]
  124. Martin Haspelmath & Hans-Jörg Bibiko [ed] () The world atlas of language structures [i]
  125. () Musical imagery: sound of silence activates auditory cortex [d]
  126. () The influence of pitch interval on the perception of polyrhythms [d]
  127. () Deep listening: a composer's sound practice [i]
  128. () Why birds sing: a journey through the mystery of bird song [i]
  129. () Discrete mapping of urban soundscapes [o]
  130. Christoph Cox & Daniel Warner [ed] (/2017) Audio culture: readings in modern music [i]
  131. Jim Drobnick [ed] () Aural cultures [i]
  132. () Acoustic design in the built environment [o]
  133. () Solving tough problems: an open way of talking, listening, and creating new realities [i]
  134. () What is a sound ecologist to do? [o]
  135. () Listening to stories of pain and joy: physicians and other caregivers can help patients find comfort and meaning at the end of life [p]
  136. Charles Spence & Jon Driver [ed] () Crossmodal space and crossmodal attention [i]
  137. Mark Brady [ed] () The wisdom of listening [i]
  138. Michael Bull, Les Back, William L. Howarth, & Anne Matthews [ed] () The auditory culture reader [i]
  139. () The sounds of social life: a psychometric analysis of students' daily social environments and natural conversations [d]
  140. () Listen and learn [i]
  141. () Plasticity of the human auditory cortex [i] [d]
  142. () Listening: a framework for teaching across differences [i]
  143. () Ocean bio-acoustics and noise pollution: fish, mollusks and other sea animals' use of sound, and the impact of anthropogenic noise in the marine acoustic environment [o]
  144. Helmi Järviluoma & Gregg Wagstaff [ed] () Soundscape studies and methods [i]
  145. () Wild soundscapes: discovering the voice of the natural world [i]
  146. () Soundscape studies, experimental music, and time geography [i]
  147. () Sudden music: improvisation, sound, nature [i]
  148. () To sing like a river—opening the voice [i]
  149. () Bringing sounds into the everyday classroom [o]
  150. () How the way we talk can change the way we work: seven languages for transformation [i]
  151. () The Electronically Activated Recorder (EAR): a device for sampling naturalistic daily activities and conversations [d]
  152. David Rothenberg & Marta Ulvaeus [ed] () The book of music and nature: an anthology of sounds, words, thoughts [i]
  153. () Sound design: the expressive power of music, voice, and sound effects in cinema [i]
  154. () 'With the calm, comes silence' [o]
  155. (/2009) Communicate successfully by seeking balance [i] [d]
  156. () Audio-vision and sound [i]
  157. () Teaching with your mouth shut [i]
  158. () The perception of the environment: essays on livelihood, dwelling & skill [i]
  159. Patricia Kruth & Henry Stobart [ed] () Sound [i]
  160. () Heart politics revisited [i]
  161. () Performing the (sound)world [d]
  162. () The physics of sound [i]
  163. () Why do whales and children sing?: a guide to listening in nature [i]
  164. () Reformulating dispute narratives through active listening [d]
  165. Howard A. Bacal [ed] () Optimal responsiveness: how therapists heal their patients [i]
  166. () From sound to synapse: physiology of the mammalian ear [i]
  167. () Meditating with anger [i]
  168. () Relationship among willingness to listen, receiver apprehension, communication apprehension, communication competence, and dogmatism [d]
  169. (/2007) Co-active coaching: new skills for coaching people toward success in work and life [i]
  170. () Focusing-oriented psychotherapy: a manual of the experiential method [i]
  171. () Stage to studio: musicians and the sound revolution, 1890–1950 [i]
  172. () Bridging the class divide and other lessons for grassroots organizing [i]
  173. () Individual differences in listening styles: Do you hear what I hear? [d]
  174. () Plunderphonics, 'pataphysics & pop mechanics: an introduction to musique actuelle [i]
  175. Carolyn Bereznak Kenny [ed] () Listening, playing, creating: essays on the power of sound [i]
  176. (/2009) The lost art of listening: how learning to listen can improve relationships [i]
  177. () Audio design: creating multi-sensory images for the mind [d]
  178. () The sounds of silence: cross-world communication and the auditory arts in African societies [d] [j]
  179. () Empathy and listening skills: a developmental perspective on learning to listen [i]
  180. () John Cage, writer: previously uncollected pieces [i]
  181. (/2003) Essays on the blurring of art and life [i]
  182. (/1995) Listening for a change: oral testimony and community development [i]
  183. () A sound education: 100 exercises in listening and sound-making [i]
  184. () The listening book: discovering your own music [i]
  185. (/1994) Audio-vision: sound on screen [i]
  186. Dan Lander & Micah Lexier [ed] () Sound by artists [i]
  187. (/2010) Ethnography: step-by-step [i]
  188. () Listening: an introduction to the perception of auditory events [i]
  189. (/1993) What is an event? [i]
  190. (/2003) Conversing with Cage [i]
  191. (/1990) The other side of language: a philosophy of listening [i]
  192. () The politics of giving therapy away: listening and focusing [i] [u]
  193. Allen E. Ivey, Mary Bradford Ivey, & Carlos P. Zalaquett [ed] (/2013) Intentional interviewing and counseling: facilitating client development in a multicultural society [i]
  194. () Experience as art: aesthetics in everyday life [i]
  195. (/2005) The physics of sound [i]
  196. (/1999) The voice in cinema [i]
  197. (/1990) Sound and sentiment: birds, weeping, poetics, and song in Kaluli expression [i]
  198. (/2002) The science of sound [i]
  199. (/2009) Sensation and perception [i]
  200. (/2012) How to talk so kids will listen & listen so kids will talk [i]
  201. George O. Carney [ed] (/2003) The sounds of people and places: a geography of American music from country to classical and blues to bop [i]
  202. (/1981) Focusing [i]
  203. Barry Truax [ed] () The World Soundscape Project's handbook for acoustic ecology [i]
  204. (/2007) Fundamentals of hearing: an introduction [i]
  205. (/2008) Sight, sound, motion: applied media aesthetics [i]
  206. () Hearing and personality: a review [d]
  207. () A year from Monday: new lectures and writings [i]
  208. () Silence: lectures and writings [i]
  209. (/1967) Julliard lecture [i]
  210. (/1983) Listening with the third ear: the inner experience of a psychoanalyst [i]
  211. () The problem of noise [o]
  212. (/1986) The art of noises [i]

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