How to practice

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

  1. (2018) Unlocking student talent: the new science of developing expertise [i]
  2. (2018) The motivation myth: how high achievers really set themselves up to win [i]
  3. (2017) Planning to be routine: habit as a mediator of the planning–behaviour relationship in healthcare professionals [p] [d]
  4. (2017) The cycle of excellence: using deliberate practice to improve supervision and training [i] [d]
  5. (2017) Deliberate practice for psychotherapists: a guide to improving clinical effectiveness [i]
  6. (2017) EEG microstate correlates of fluid intelligence and response to cognitive training [p] [d]
  7. (2017) Closed-loop brain training: the science of neurofeedback [p] [d]
  8. (2016) Flow and peak experiences [and hypnosis] [i]
  9. (2016) Practicing practical wisdom [o] [u]
  10. (2016) Everyday creative activity as a path to flourishing [d]
  11. (2016) Peak: secrets from the new science of expertise [i]
  12. (2016) A psychoengineering paradigm for the neurocognitive mechanisms of biofeedback and neurofeedback [p] [d]
  13. (2016) Beyond born versus made: a new look at expertise [i] [d]
  14. (2016) Flow experience: empirical research and applications [i] [d]
  15. (2016) An everyone culture: becoming a deliberately developmental organization [i]
  16. (2016) Theoretical explanations for maintenance of behaviour change: a systematic review of behaviour theories [p] [d]
  17. (2016) Thought in action: expertise and the conscious mind [i] [d]
  18. (2016) Deep work: rules for focused success in a distracted world [i]
  19. (2016) Changing to thrive: using the stages of change to overcome the top threats to your health and happiness [i]
  20. (2016) The self-regulating brain and neurofeedback: experimental science and clinical promise [p] [d]
  21. (2016) Enlightenment and the practice of meditative reading [i] [d]
  22. (2015) Attention: feedback focuses a wandering mind [p] [d]
  23. (2015) Experiencing CBT from the inside out: a self practice/self-reflection workbook for therapists [i]
  24. (2015) Simple habits for complex times: powerful practices for leaders [i]
  25. (2015) Simple self-care for therapists: restorative practices to weave through your workday [i]
  26. (2015) The role of deliberate practice in the development of highly effective psychotherapists [p] [d]
  27. (2015) Automatic control of negative emotions: evidence that structured practice increases the efficiency of emotion regulation [p] [d]
  28. (2015) Using bingo to keep your classroom focused [u]
  29. (2015) Making space to create: discipline is the path to freedom [i]
  30. (2015) Closed-loop training of attention with real-time brain imaging [p] [d]
  31. (2015) A review and analysis of the use of 'habit' in understanding, predicting and influencing health-related behaviour [p] [d]
  32. (2015) The effect of distributed practice: neuroscience, cognition, and education [d]
  33. (2015) Louder than words: harness the power of your authentic voice [i]
  34. (2015) Freedom in words: the art of copying [u]
  35. (2015) Don't relax: uncomfortability is the new convenience [u]
  36. (2015) Personal visualization for learning [u]
  37. (2015) Constraints that help or hinder creative performance: a motivational approach [d]
  38. (2014) The champion's mind: how great athletes think, train, and thrive [i]
  39. (2014) Small move, big change: using microresolutions to transform your life permanently [i]
  40. (2014) Understanding hard to maintain behaviour change: a dual process approach [i] [d]
  41. (2014) Train your mind for peak performance: a science-based approach for achieving your goals [i]
  42. (2014) Make it stick: the science of successful learning [i]
  43. (2014) Developmental process emerges from extended brain–body–behavior networks [p] [d]
  44. (2014) Writing as practice [i]
  45. (2014) What event are you training for? [u]
  46. (2014) Sociality influences cultural complexity [d]
  47. (2014) Boosting happiness: one of the best exercises you can do: tips and examples for using your signature strengths in new ways [u]
  48. (2014) My overnight success [u]
  49. (2014) The use of cognitive task analysis to reveal the instructional limitations of experts in the teaching of procedural skills [p] [d]
  50. (2014) Learn by doing: lessons from a programmer [u]
  51. (2014) Self-regulation of human brain activity using simultaneous real-time fMRI and EEG neurofeedback [p] [d]
  52. (2013) Memory stabilization and enhancement following music practice [d]
  53. (2013) Can the isolated-elements strategy be improved by targeting points of high cognitive load for additional practice? [d]
  54. (2013) Experiencing your brain: neurofeedback as a new bridge between neuroscience and phenomenology [p] [d]
  55. (2013) Inside the box: a proven system of creativity for breakthrough results [i]
  56. (2013) Monitoring mindfulness practice quality: an important consideration in mindfulness practice [d]
  57. (2013) What works, what doesn't: some study techniques accelerate learning, whereas others are just a waste of time [d]
  58. (2013) The sounds of repetition [u]
  59. (2013) An astronaut's guide to life on Earth [i]
  60. (2013) Yes it can: on the functional abilities of the human unconscious [d]
  61. (2013) What clinicians can learn from schema change in sport [d]
  62. (2013) Just write [u]
  63. (2013) Ungifted: intelligence redefined [i]
  64. (2013) The complexity of greatness: beyond talent or practice [i] [d]
  65. (2013) Learning to modulate one's own brain activity: the effect of spontaneous mental strategies [p] [d]
  66. (2013) Promoting habit formation [d]
  67. (2013) Attentional bias, distractibility and short-term memory in anxiety [d]
  68. (2013) Using suggestion to modulate automatic processes: from Stroop to McGurk and beyond [d]
  69. (2013) Intensive reasoning training alters patterns of brain connectivity at rest [p] [d]
  70. (2013) Start small: why tinkerers get things done [u]
  71. (2013) The joy of creative ignorance: embracing uncertainty in your day-to-day [u]
  72. (2013) Achieving the same for less: improving mood depletes blood glucose for people with poor (but not good) emotion control [d]
  73. (2013) You can develop desired health behaviors [u]
  74. (2013) Zig zag: the surprising path to greater creativity [i]
  75. (2013) How to write productively [u]
  76. (2013) Developing a theory of ambitious early-career teacher practice [d]
  77. (2013) Resilience begins with beliefs: building on student strengths for success in school [i]
  78. (2013) The psychology of practice: lessons from spatial cognition [i] [d]
  79. (2013) 5 ways to keep your skills sharp [u]
  80. (2013) Mobilizing unused resources: using the placebo concept to enhance cognitive performance [p] [d]
  81. (2012) Signs of spiritual progress [u]
  82. (2012) The little book of talent: 52 tips for improving skills [i]
  83. (2012) Their own best teachers: how we help and hinder the development of learners' independence [d]
  84. (2012) Towards a practice-based philosophy of logic: formal languages as a case study [u]
  85. (2012) Habitual creativity: revising habit, reconceptualizing creativity [d]
  86. (2012) Through the creator's eyes: using the subjective camera to study craft creativity [d]
  87. (2012) Patterns of game playing behavior as indicators of mastery [i] [d]
  88. (2012) Training the developing brain: a neurocognitive perspective [d]
  89. (2012) Practice effects in the developing brain: a pilot study [d]
  90. (2012) Practice perfect: 42 rules for getting better at getting better [i]
  91. (2012) Why gamers don't learn more: an ecological approach to games as learning environments [d]
  92. (2012) Something old, something new: a shortcut to your best work [u]
  93. (2012) From habituality to change: contribution of activity theory and pragmatism to practice theories [d]
  94. (2012) Regular, brief mindfulness meditation practice improves electrophysiological markers of attentional control [d]
  95. (2012) Creatures of habit: accounting for the role of habit in implementation research on clinical behaviour change [p] [d]
  96. (2012) Changeology: 5 steps to realizing your goals and resolutions [i]
  97. (2012) Transformative art: art as means for long-term neurocognitive change [d]
  98. (2012) Traction [u]
  99. (2012) Turning pro: tap your inner power and create your life's work [i]
  100. (2012) Using video to analyze one's own teaching [d]
  101. (2012) Training attentional control and working memory—is younger, better? [d]
  102. (2011) Integrated practice: coordination, rhythm, & sound [i]
  103. (2011) Willpower: rediscovering the greatest human strength [i]
  104. (2011) Why school is not easy: an analytical perspective [d]
  105. (2011) Daytime naps improve motor imagery learning [d]
  106. (2011) The paradox of human expertise: why experts get it wrong [i] [d]
  107. (2011) Deliberate practice spells success: why grittier competitors triumph at the National Spelling Bee [d]
  108. (2011) Archiving is the new folk art [u]
  109. (2011) What is neurofeedback: an update [d]
  110. (2011) The confidence gap: a guide to overcoming fear and self-doubt [i]
  111. (2011) The accidental creative: how to be brilliant at a moment's notice [i]
  112. (2011) Mindfulness practice leads to increases in regional brain gray matter density [d]
  113. (2011) Resting-state functional connectivity indexes reading competence in children and adults [d]
  114. (2011) Sourcebook of interactive practice exercises in mental health [i] [d]
  115. (2011) Behavioral sport psychology: evidence-based approaches to performance enhancement [i] [d]
  116. (2011) Developing fluent, efficient, and automatic repertoires of athletic performance [i] [d]
  117. (2011) Productivity tie-breaker: how will you feel afterwards? [u]
  118. (2011/2013) The getaway car: a practical memoir about writing and life [i]
  119. (2011) A life course approach to the development of mental skills [d]
  120. (2011) Characterizing the robustness of science: after the practice turn in philosophy of science [i] [d]
  121. (2011) Are these the poems to remember? [u]
  122. (2011) Fixing our focus: training attention to regulate emotion [d]
  123. (2011) Should you be practicing right now? [u]
  124. (2010) The role of ecological constraints on expertise development [u]
  125. (2010) Body learning: examining the processes of skill learning in dance [d]
  126. (2010) Your creative brain: seven steps to maximize imagination, productivity, and innovation in your life [i]
  127. (2010) The difficulties of learning from experience and the need for deliberate practice [d]
  128. (2010/2014) On becoming a better therapist: evidence-based practice one client at a time [i]
  129. (2010) How trainees develop an initial theory of practice: a process model of tentative identifications [d]
  130. (2010) What you practice is what you have: a guide to having the life you want [i]
  131. (2010) Do lots of deliberate practice [i]
  132. (2010) Neural substrates of motor memory consolidation depend on practice structure [d]
  133. (2010) Implicit learning as an ability [d]
  134. (2010) Training: the key to keeping your head in a crisis situation [d]
  135. (2010) Protect your energy at work [u]
  136. (2010) Enculturing brains through patterned practices [d]
  137. (2010) Mindfulness meditation improves cognition: evidence of brief mental training [d]
  138. (2009) Mindful eating: a guide to rediscovering a healthy and joyful relationship with food [i]
  139. (2009) The economics and psychology of inequality and human development [d]
  140. (2009) It's not how much; it's how: characteristics of practice behavior and retention of performance skills [d]
  141. (2009) Toward a science of exceptional achievement [d]
  142. (2009) Development of professional expertise: toward measurement of expert performance and design of optimal learning environments [i] [d]
  143. (2009) Choice, habit and evolution [d]
  144. (2009) Immunity to change: how to overcome it and unlock potential in yourself and your organization [i]
  145. (2009) The musician's way: a guide to practice, performance, and wellness [i]
  146. (2009) Neural networks involved in artistic creativity [d]
  147. (2009) Letter to a young musician, no. 5 [practicing and performing] [u]
  148. (2009) Having a practice [u]
  149. (2009) Your brain at work: strategies for overcoming distraction, regaining focus, and achieving all day long [i]
  150. (2009) Practicing the jhānas: traditional concentration meditation as presented by the Venerable Pa Auk Sayadaw [i]
  151. (2009) The benefits of meditation practice in the correctional setting [d]
  152. (2009/2013) Behavior analysis for effective teaching [i]
  153. (2009/2013) Punishment and why to avoid it [i]
  154. (2009) Human potential: exploring techniques used to enhance human performance [i]
  155. (2008) Leadership as practice: challenging the competency paradigm [d]
  156. (2008) A self-determination theory perspective on the role of autonomy in solitary behavior [d]
  157. (2008) Zen architecture: the building process as practice [i]
  158. (2008) The hard routine [u]
  159. (2008) To rest assured: a study of artistic development [u]
  160. (2008) Process and skill: analyzing dynamic structures of growth [i]
  161. (2008) Practicing a musical instrument in childhood is associated with enhanced verbal ability and nonverbal reasoning [d]
  162. (2008) Putting the 'development' in professional development: understanding and overturning educational leaders' immunities to change [d]
  163. (2008) Finding your zone: ten core lessons for achieving peak performance in sports and life [i]
  164. (2008) Zazen as an enactment ritual [i]
  165. (2008) Longchenpa's Advice from the heart = sNying gtam sun bcu pa [i]
  166. (2008) Procrastination and flow experiences: a tale of opposites [u]
  167. (2008) Noticing noticing: how does investigation of video records change how teachers reflect on their experiences? [d]
  168. (2008) Artisans, athletes, entrepreneurs, and other skilled exemplars of the Way [d]
  169. (2008) Being with that: the relevance of embodied understanding for practice [d]
  170. (2007) Train your mind, change your brain: how a new science reveals our extraordinary potential to transform ourselves [i]
  171. (2007) Grit: perseverance and passion for long-term goals [d]
  172. (2007) The making of an expert [p] [u]
  173. (2007) The economics, technology, and neuroscience of human capability formation [d]
  174. (2007) Experience sampling method: measuring the quality of everyday life [i]
  175. (2007) Making a change for good: a guide to compassionate self-discipline [i]
  176. (2007) Getting things written [u]
  177. (2007) Enaction: toward a Zen mind in learning and teaching [i]
  178. (2007) Japanese spirituality and music practice: art as self-cultivation [i] [d]
  179. (2007) Write is a verb: sit down, start writing, no excuses [i]
  180. (2007) Find your focus zone: an effective new plan to defeat distraction and overload [i]
  181. (2007) The little guide to beating procrastination, perfectionism and blocks: a manual for artists, activists, entrepreneurs, academics and other ambitious dreamers [u]
  182. (2007) The leadership dojo: build your foundation as an exemplary leader [i]
  183. (2007) Short-term meditation training improves attention and self-regulation [d]
  184. (2007/2012) There's more to mathematics than rigour and proofs [u]
  185. (2007) A new look at habits and the habit–goal interface [d]
  186. (2006) Interpreting the evidence on life cycle skill formation [i] [d]
  187. (2006) Mindset: the new psychology of success [i]
  188. (2006/2018) The Cambridge handbook of expertise and expert performance [i] [d]
  189. (2006) The energy of prayer: how to deepen your spiritual practice [i]
  190. (2006) Luminous mind: meditation and mind fitness [i]
  191. (2006) It's not how good you are, it's how much you want it [u]
  192. (2006) The view from the studio door: how artists find their way in an uncertain world [i]
  193. (2006) Zen body-being: an enlightened approach to physical skill, grace, and power [i]
  194. (2006) Repertoire of practice: reconceptualizing instructor competency in contemporary adventure education [d]
  195. (2006) Creativity from constraints: the psychology of breakthrough [i]
  196. (2005) How to build your expertise in facilitation [i]
  197. (2005) Drawing on mind's canvas: differences in cortical integration patterns between artists and non-artists [d]
  198. (2005) Control over brain activation and pain learned by using real-time functional MRI [p] [d]
  199. (2005) Handbook of competence and motivation [i]
  200. (2005) Conscious use of self: tuning the instrument of social work practice with cultural competence [u]
  201. (2005) On becoming an artist: reinventing yourself through mindful creativity [i]
  202. (2005) Improv wisdom: don't prepare, just show up [i]
  203. (2005) Effects of long-term practice and task complexity in musicians and nonmusicians performing simple and complex motor tasks: implications for cortical motor organization [d]
  204. (2005/2012) The practicing mind: developing focus and discipline in your life: master any skill or challenge by learning to love the process [i]
  205. (2004) Mental skills training [i] [d]
  206. (2004) Changing brain networks for visuomotor control with increased movement automaticity [d]
  207. (2004) Conditioning for dance: training for peak performance in all dance forms [i]
  208. (2004/2007) Being boring [i] [u]
  209. (2004) Competence, persistence, and success: the positive psychology of behavioral skill instruction [d]
  210. (2004) Not turning away: the practice of engaged Buddhism [i]
  211. (2004) Work as a practice [i]
  212. (2004) Beyond knowledge: extracognitive aspects of developing high ability [i]
  213. (2004) Renewing research practice [i]
  214. (2004) High self-control predicts good adjustment, less pathology, better grades, and interpersonal success [d]
  215. (2004) Action inquiry: the secret of timely and transforming leadership [i]
  216. (2004) No title [on Tehching Hsieh and contemporary art] [i]
  217. (2004) Musical excellence: strategies and techniques to enhance performance [i] [d]
  218. (2003) 'Seeing the big picture': piano practice as expert problem solving [d]
  219. (2003) Transforming inquiry and action: interweaving 27 flavors of action research [d]
  220. (2003) Practice-based evidence [d]
  221. (2003) The happy workaholic: a role model for employees [d] [j]
  222. (2003) The power of full engagement: managing energy, not time, is the key to high performance and personal renewal [i]
  223. (2003) Practice—thought—practice [i]
  224. (2003) The psychology of abilities, competencies, and expertise [i] [d]
  225. (2003) The creative habit: learn it and use it for life: a practical guide [i]
  226. (2003) Play it again, Sam—what, why, and when to repeat [i]
  227. (2003) Mental health [d]
  228. (2003) The perfect wrong note: learning to trust your musical self [i]
  229. (2002) The new drawing on the right side of the brain workbook: guided practice in the five basic skills of drawing [i]
  230. (2002) Passionate practice: the musician's guide to learning, memorizing, and performing [i]
  231. (2002) Performance success: performing your best under pressure [i]
  232. (2002/2010) Guided reflection: a narrative approach to advancing professional practice [i]
  233. (2002) The practice revolution: getting great results from the six days between music lessons [i]
  234. (2002) Battling doubt by avoiding practice: the effects of stereotype threat on self-handicapping in White athletes [d]
  235. (2002) Learning to exercise timely action now: toward a theory and practice of timely action [u]
  236. (2002) Focal point: a proven system to simplify your life, double your productivity, and achieve all your goals [i]
  237. (2002) Thinking geometrically: re-visioning space for a multimodal world [i]
  238. (2002) A big new free happy unusual life: self-expression and spiritual practice for those who have time for neither [i]
  239. (2001/2007) Zen is right here: teaching stories and anecdotes of Shunryū Suzuki [or: To shine one corner of the world: moments with Shunryū Suzuki: stories of a Zen master told by his students] [i]
  240. (2001) Reflections: acquiring 'the eye of the tiger': mental strategies for attaining and maintaining executive health [d]
  241. (2001) The 101 habits of highly successful screenwriters: insider secrets from Hollywood's top writers [i]
  242. (2001) How the way we talk can change the way we work: seven languages for transformation [i]
  243. (2001) Post-Cagean aesthetics and the 'event' score [j]
  244. (2001) Practicing secrets [i]
  245. (2001/2016) The resilient practitioner: burnout and compassion fatigue prevention and self-care strategies for the helping professions [i]
  246. (2001) Spiritual practices: the true test of spirituality [d]
  247. (2001) Creative spirituality: the way of the artist [i]
  248. (2000) Be your own coach: your pathway to possibility [i]
  249. (2000) Tuning and practicing the therapeutic instrument: the therapist's life experience [d]
  250. (2000) The inner game of work [i]
  251. (2000) Uncreativity as a creative practice [u]
  252. (2000/2009) Becoming a reflective practitioner [i]
  253. (2000) 10 pages a day [i]
  254. (2000) It's a meaningful life: it just takes practice [i]
  255. (2000) The creativity book: a year's worth of inspiration and guidance [i]
  256. (2000) Human performance: cognition, stress, and individual differences [i]
  257. (2000) Creating rituals for the non-religious [i]
  258. (2000) Let go of imbalance [u]
  259. (1999) Crooked cucumber: the life and Zen teaching of Shunryū Suzuki [i]
  260. (1999/2000) How much joy can you stand?: a creative guide to facing your fears and making your dreams come true [i]
  261. (1999) Longitudinal improvement of self-regulation through practice: building self-control strength through repeated exercise [d]
  262. (1999/2010) The four immeasurables: practices to open the heart [i]
  263. (1998/2011) Hypnotically enhanced interactive cognitive rehearsal [i]
  264. (1998) Innate talents: reality or myth? [d]
  265. (1997) Indirect procedures: a musician's guide to the Alexander technique [i]
  266. (1997/1999) Hands on a hard body: the documentary [o]
  267. (1997) Finding flow: the psychology of engagement with everyday life [i]
  268. (1997) On Zen work [u]
  269. (1997) Avoiding the demonstration of lack of ability: an underexplored aspect of goal theory [d]
  270. (1997/2016) Teach yourself programming in ten years [u]
  271. (1997/2010) Cerebus guide to self publishing [i]
  272. (1997) Fermat's enigma: the epic quest to solve the world's greatest mathematical problem [i]
  273. (1997) Towards a methodology of psychological practice: the regulative cycle [d]
  274. (1997) The wholehearted way: a translation of Eihei Dōgen's Bendōwa with commentary [i]
  275. (1996) Humanly possible: education and the scope of the mind [i] [d]
  276. (1996) The road to excellence: the acquisition of expert performance in the arts and sciences, sports, and games [i]
  277. (1996) Dance imagery for technique and performance [i]
  278. (1996) Maintaining excellence: deliberate practice and elite performance in young and older pianists [p] [d]
  279. (1996) Effect of comfort on mood states affecting performance [d]
  280. (1996) Effortless mastery: liberating the master musician within [i]
  281. (1996) The rage to master: the decisive role of talent in the visual arts [i]
  282. (1995) Proving you're qualified: strategies for competent people without college degrees [i]
  283. (1995) 'What should I draw today?': sketchbooks in early childhood [d] [j]
  284. (1995) The vital role of adaptive grandiosity in artistic creativity [p] [u]
  285. (1994) First things first: to live, to love, to learn, to leave a legacy [i]
  286. (1994) Changing for good: the revolutionary program that explains the six stages of change and teaches you how to free yourself from bad habits [i]
  287. (1994) Talking on the water: conversations about nature and creativity [i]
  288. (1993) Art & fear: observations on the perils (and rewards) of artmaking [i]
  289. (1993) The mind's journey from novice to expert: if we know the route, we can help students negotiate their way [u]
  290. (1993) The role of deliberate practice in the acquisition of expert performance [d]
  291. (1993) Fast cycle time: how to align purpose, strategy, and structure for speed [i]
  292. (1993) The actor alone: exercises for work in progress [i]
  293. (1993/2004) Opening the hand of thought: foundations of Zen Buddhist practice [i]
  294. (1993/2009) Abrir la mano del pensamiento: fundamentos de la práctica del budismo zen [i]
  295. (1992) As if your life depended on it: promoting cognitive development to promote wellness [d]
  296. (1992) The art and practice of compassion & empathy [i]
  297. (1992) Writings = Schriften [i]
  298. (1991) Mastery: the keys to long-term success and fulfillment [i]
  299. (1990) Zen in the art of writing [i]
  300. (1990) Flow: the psychology of optimal experience [i]
  301. (1990) Effects of visual referents upon representational drawing of the human figure [d] [j]
  302. (1990) Free play: improvisation in life and art [i]
  303. (1990) Freedom at work [i]
  304. (1990) The practice of the wild: essays [i]
  305. (1989/1994) Aprender a dibujar con el lado derecho del cerebro: curso para aumentar la creatividad y la confianza artística [i]
  306. (1989/2007) The now habit: a strategic program for overcoming procrastination and enjoying guilt-free play [i]
  307. (1989/2002) The practice of Dzogchen [i]
  308. (1989) How can Chinese children draw so well? [j]
  309. (1988) Jim Harrison: The art of fiction No. 104 [u]
  310. (1987/2004) Medicine: preserving the passion in the 21st century [i] [d]
  311. (1986) The inner game of music [i]
  312. (1986) Tone deaf and all thumbs?: an invitation to music-making for late bloomers and non-prodigies [i]
  313. (1985) How 35 children born between 1724 and 1900 learned to draw [d] [j]
  314. (1983/2009) Periodization: theory and methodology of training [i]
  315. (1983/2003) The real experiment [i]
  316. (1982) Using mental rehearsal to improve trainer behavior [d]
  317. (1980/1987) How do you make yourself a body without organs? [i]
  318. (1979/1989) Drawing on the right side of the brain: a course in enhancing creativity and artistic confidence [i]
  319. (1974/1997) The inner game of tennis [i]
  320. (1967/1993) No religion [i]
  321. (1930/1998) On love; & Psychological exercises [i]
  322. (1921) The law of habituation [d]
  323. (1898/1992) Training in reasoning [i]
  324. (1857/1997) The elements of drawing [i] [u]
  325. (1242/1999) Continuous practice [i]

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