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    Posted by researchlady (U1952329) on Wednesday, 31st August 2005

    Hi folks
    I am a researcher who is interested in whether children with a hearing loss experience emotion when they 'hear' music. I have found through a previous study that teachers of the deaf are more effective at teaching children with a hearing loss and feel this is important what with the fact that so many schools are closing. Thes two studies are linked and I need participants aged 10 to 16 to fill in a short questionnaire. If you go onto the Unversity of the West of England site and search for staff, my name is Skyner. failing that, type in hearing loss and specify 'faculty of applied science' and it should get you there.

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