Wendy Mogel

Wendy Mogel, Ph.D., talks with Matt and his wife, Erin, about Voice Lessons for Parents: What to Say, How to Say It, and When to Listen.

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SHOW NOTES

Boys and hearing covered in VOICE LESSONS on pages 60 to 63.

Academic article below:

Advances in Gender and Education, 2 (2010), 13-21. Printed in the USA. © 2010 Montgomery Center for Research in Child & Adolescent Development. Full text online at www.mcrcad.org. Sex Differences in Hearing: Implications for best practice in the classroom By Leonard Sax

Montgomery Center for Research in Child & Adolescent Development “Hearing” is not a unitary phenomenon, but is a complex sensory experience. Many sex differences have been identified in the parameters underlying the experience of hearing, perhaps most importantly in the relationship between the objective amplitude of auditory stimuli and the subjective experience of loudness. These sex differences may have important implications for best practice in the classroom.

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DUKE University…. and many others! developing programs to train barbers in mentoring male youth regarding health practices and habits that lead to self-confidence.

Article below can be found in Google Scholar:

Barber‐led sexual health education intervention for Black male adolescents and their fathers

Schenita D. Randolph PhD, MPH, RN, CNE

Terrence Pleasants MSW
Rosa M. Gonzalez‐Guarda PhD, MPH, CPH, RN, FAAN
First published: 15 August 2017

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