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Chapter 9 Reference Notes
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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. Guggenheim School information collected by G.D. during videotaping of Where To Now? TV program in Chicago (1990) and follow-up interview with Nancy Ellis, Guggenheim senior teacher, by J.V. (1993). 297
2. Accounting is Ezy, presented by Nimai & Partners, 23 Grand Central Ave., Hallet Cove, Adelaide 5158, Australia. 297
3. French course at Beverley Hills High School, Sydney, Australia, from Seven Network TV magazine program, Sydney (1990). 297
4. 240 teaching games, by Tony Stockwell, of Liechtenstein, devised for individual clients. See his summary in Accelerated Learning in Theory and Practice, EFFECT, Liechtenstein (1992). The book is written in the form of a Lozanov-type presentation. 297
5. The Great Pacific Century Marketing Game, devised by G.D., which is now being adapted as part of The Ideas Revolution. 297
6. Figures compiled from seminar registrations. 299
7. Devised by Andrew Smith, of Personal Effectiveness Consultants Ltd.., P.O. Box 33385, Takapuna, Auckland, New Zealand. 299
8. J.V. is one of the facilitators at this program, organized by Dr. John Grassi. 299
9. From Glenn Capelli seminar at SALT Convention in Minneapolis, MN. (1992). 299
10. 9.4. 299
11. Interview with G.D., Washington, D.C. (1990). 301
12. Interview at Sodertalji High School, Sweden, with G.D. (1990). 303
13. Interview in San Francisco, California, with G.D. (1990). 303
14. In Stockwell's book, 9.4. 303
15. Capelli Attitude tape from True Learning Center, Perth, Australia. 307
16. 4.3. 309
17. 4.3 summarizes. 309
18. 9.13. 309
19. 4.3. 309
20. Sheila Ostrander and Lynn Schroeder, Superlearning, Dell (1969), reported claims that some students had learned up to 3,000 foreign words in a day. Lozanov in 8.6 records 1,000 to 1,200 words being learned per day, with a recall rate of 96.1% (see graph, page 308). The present co-authors have seen no authenticated research evidence to justify higher claims than this, and have seen no evidence outside Bulgaria of figures as high as 1,000 to 1,200. 311
21. 4.3. 311
22. Book, 9.4. 315
23. 9.13. 319
24. 4.3. 321
25. Interview with GD (1990). 329
26. 9.1. 329
27. 9.3. 331
28. Written analysis of Dr. Dhority's results, provided by Dr. Palmer. 335
29. Conversation with J.V. (1993). 335
30. Interview with J.V. (1996). 337
31. Interview with J.V. (1996). 337
32. School results summary provided by Leo Wood (1996). 337
33. Lyall Watson, Supernature, Coronet. A three-hour G.D. interview with Lyall Watson on Radio i in Auckland, New Zealand, in 1973 (plus an interview with Glenn Doman in Melbourne, Australia, the same year) provided the initial catalyst for the research by G.D. that eventually led to this book. 339
34. 9.20. 339

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