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Where the same reference source is used more than once, subsequent references are abbreviated in this way:
- 6: 1.2 - meaning: see chapter 2, note number 2.
- G.D. is Gordon Dryden, and J.V. is Jeannette Vos.
- Other page references are from this edition of The Learning Revolution.

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1. Marilyn King, from Dare To Imagine, an article in On The Beam, published by New Horizons for Learning (Fall, 1991). 149
2. Colin Rose, Accelerated Learning, Dell (1985). 169
3. Terry Wyler Webb, with Douglas Webb, Accelerated Learning With Music - a Trainer's Manual, Accelerated Learning Systems, Georgia (1990). 171
4. Georgi Lozanov, Suggestology and Outlines of Suggestopedy, Gordon and Breach (1978); Donald Schuster and Charles Gritton, Suggestive Accelerative Learning and Teaching, Gordon and Breach (1985); Lynn Dhority, The ACT Approach: The Artful Use of Suggestion for Integrative Learning, Gordon and Breach (1991); Richard Bandler and John Grindler, Using Your Brain For a Change, Real People Press (1986); Georgi Lozanov and Evalina Gateva, The Foreign Language Teachers Suggestopedic Manual, Gordon and Breach (1988); Tony Stockwell, Accelerated Learning: in Theory and Practice, EFFECT (1992). 171
5. Tony Buzan, Make The Most Of Your Mind, Linden (1984). 175
6. 3.11. 177
7. Accelerated Learning Systems, 50 Aylesbury Road, Aston Clinton, Aylesbury, Burkc, HP22 5AH, England. 177
8. 3.13. 177
9. J.A. van Ek, The Threshold Level for Modern Language Learning in Schools, Longman Paul (1976) for Council of Europe. The most-used 1700 words in the English language, from the Extended Ayres List, are listed by Romalda Bishop Spalding in The Writing Road to Reading, Quill/William Morrow (1990). 177
10. The 12-act play system is used by Accelerated Learning Systems, U.K. 179
11. 4.4. 179

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