|Abstracting, of search results before research and development, 130|
|Abstracts. (See also Selective dissemination of abstracts.)|
|and abstract journals in overcoming reading overload, 47|
|condensation by, 41|
|for current awareness, 68|
|indexing time for nonorganic
and organic, 20|
|in language-problem solution, 23|
|organization of, and reading
overload from, 82|
|as surrogates, 64-68|
|Abundance, economy of, 220|
|Abuse, of people, reading overload and, 13|
|Acceptance, of messages, 196|
|improvement of, 213|
|to literature and its surrogates, 140-148|
|control of, 217|
|reading overload and, 7|
|Action, appeals for, 194|
|Actions. See Behavior.|
|Admonitions. (See also Terse Admonitions; Ultraterse Admonitions.)
cogency of, 70|
|Advocacy (advice). (See also Terse
Advocacy; Ultraterse Advocacy.)|
|cogency of, 70|
|gatekeepers in supply of, 123|
|Aforismos Cardiológicas, Terse
Conclusions in, 73|
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Book title: Cogent Communication:Overcoming Reading Overload.
Contributors: Charles L. Bernier - Author, A. Neil Yerkey - Author.
Publisher: Greenwood Press.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 1979.
Page number: 255.
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