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Abi-Esber, F. (2017). Understanding the Linguistic and Cultural Taboos of Lebanese Arabic Speakers in Australia. MA thesis. Penrith: Western Sydney University. Cites Croom 2011.

Adamek, M. & Darrow, A. A. (2012). Music participation as a means to facilitate self-determination and transition to community life for students with disabilities. In S. M. Malley (Ed.), The Intersection of Arts Education and Special Education: Exemplary Programs and Approaches (pp. 101-112). Washington, D. C.: The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Cites Croom 2012b.

Adamek, M. & Darrow, A. A. (2017). Including students with disabilities in music education. In J. B. Crockett & S. M. Malley (Eds.), Handbook of Arts Education and Special Education: Policy, Research and Practices (Chapter 10). New York: Routledge. Cites Croom 2012b.

Adegbembo, B. F. (2017). The word nigger as racialized and non-racialized: A Foucauldian discourse analysis on the n-word in a Canadian society. Journal of Undergraduate Ethnic Minority Psychology, 3, 16-24. Cites Croom 2013a and Croom 2015a.

Ahl, R. E. & Dunham, Y. (2019). “Wealth makes many friends”: Children expect more giving from resource-rich than resource-poor individuals. Child Development, 90, 524-543. Cites Croom 2016.

Ahn, D., Kim, Y. & Hong, S. A. (2017). Musically talented adolescents’ passion for music: On the relations of music valuation, satisfaction in music, and music accomplishment. Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, 27, 81-96. Cites Croom 2012b.

Albright, D. L. (2015). Bridging the gap: Creative expression and military veterans. Journal of Poetry Therapy, 28, 71-72. Cites Croom 2015d.

Alexandrovich, K. I. (2014). Concept of communication and its verbal expression in a dialogical discourse. Language, Philology, Culture, 4, 56-66. Cites Croom 2012b.

Algoodkar, S. & Sunitha, G. (2019). Impact of music therapy in reducing the severity of depression measured by MADRS among depression patients: A randomized control study. International Archives of Integrated Medicine, 6, 41-47. Cites Croom 2012b.

Alias, A. & Yahaya, M. Q. A. (2019). Impoliteness strategies used by Malaysian netizens in response to the music videos of drag queens. International Journal of Social Science Research, 1, 44-59. Cites Croom 2013a.

Allan, K. (2015). When is a slur not a slur? The use of nigger in ‘Pulp Fiction’. Language Sciences, 52, 187-199. Cites Croom 2011 and Croom 2013a.

Allan, K. (2016). Contextual determinants on the meaning of the N word. SpringerPlus, 5, 1141. Cites Croom 2013a.

Allan, K. (2016). The reporting of slurs. In A. Capone, K. Kiefer & F. Lo Piparo (Eds.), Indirect Reports and Pragmatics: Interdisciplinary Studies (pp. 211-232). Berlin: Springer. Cites Croom 2013a.

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Allan, K. (2019). Taboo words and language: An overview. In K. Allan (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Taboo Words and Language (pp. 1-27). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Cites Croom 2013a.

Allan, K. (2019). The semantics and pragmatics of three potential slurring terms. In K. Mullan, B. Peeters & L. Sadow (Eds.), Studies in Ethnopragmatics, Cultural Semantics, and Intercultural Communication (pp. 163-184). Berlin: Springer. Cites Croom 2011 and Croom 2013a.

Allen, I. L. (2019). Paul the Bigot? Reading the Cretan Quotation of Titus 1:12 in Light of Relevance Theory. PhD thesis. London: Middlesex University London. Cites Croom 2015e.

Alshenqeeti, H. (2017). The use of descriptives and expressives by ESL learners: Investigating the relevance of interpretation and context. International Journal on Studies in English Language and Literature, 5, 33-43. Cites Croom 2011.

Alvarez, I. (2014). Ethical and aesthetic considerations in language MOOCs. In E. Martín-Monje & E. Bárcena (Eds.), Language MOOCs: Providing Learning, Transcending Boundaries (pp. 127-142). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. Cites Croom 2012a.

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Anderson, L. (2019). Slurs. International Encyclopedia of Ethics. Cites Croom 2011.

Andrews, E. E. (2019). Disability as Diversity: Developing Cultural Competence. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Cites Croom 2015a.

Archer, D. (2015). Slurs, insults, (backhanded) compliments and other strategic facework moves. Language Sciences, 52, 82-97. Cites Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, and Croom 2014b.

Ardi, Z. & Fauziyyah, S. A. (2018). The exploration classical music contribution to improve children’s memory abilities. Educational Guidance and Counseling Development Journal, 1, 52-60. Cites Croom 2015c.

Ares-Arroyo, L. (2017). Palestinian Non-Normative Sexuality in Cinema: Hegemonic Discourses and Discourses of Resistance [La sexualidad no normativa palestina en el cine: discursos hegemónicos y discursos de resistencia]. PhD thesis. Getafe: Charles III University of Madrid. Cites Croom 2014b.

Asgarabad, E. Y., Ahangi, A., Feizi, M., Sarmasti, E. & Sharifnezhad, A. (2018). The effectiveness of detached mindfulness techniques – oriented poetry therapy on cognitive attentional syndrome. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 61, 33-37. Cites Croom 2015b.

Autman, H. K. (2016). A Corpus Study of Ethnic Slurs and Derogatory Language Across Reddit and YouTube with Sentiment Considered. MA thesis. San Diego: San Diego State University. Cites Croom 2011.

Avelino, R., Kasep, J., Rivas, A. & Valenzuela, J. (2016). Bibliography of Hispanic Philology (2013 onwards) [Bibliografía de Filología Hispánica (2013 en adelante)]. New Journal of Hispanic Philology [Nueva Revista de Filología Hispánica], 64, 619-707. Cites Croom 2014f.

Babić, B. (2018). About the pejorative lexicon in the naming of a person in daily newspapers Glas Srpske i Nezavisne Novine. Social Deviations [Društvene Devijacije], 3, 531-537. Cites Croom 2008 and Croom 2013a.

Bach, K. (2014). Loaded words [Mean and nasty talk]: On the semantics and pragmatics of slurs. American Philosophical Association Pacific Division Eighty-Eighth Annual Meeting, 19 April. San Diego: The American Philosophical Association. Cites Croom 2013a and Croom 2014c.

Baisini, C. (2014). Disentangling linguistic boxes for enhanced cooperation. Proceedings of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization – Science and Technology Organization, 13. Cites Croom 2010b.

Bandi, S. S. A. (2020). Inter-subject synchrony and emotional dynamics in magnetoencephalographic signals during music stimulation. 33rd Twente Student Conference on IT, 3 July. Enschede: University of Twente. Cites Croom 2012b.

Bannon, C. (2016). The Impact of Martial Arts on Promoting Mental Health Recovery, Relapse Prevention and on Promoting Positive Mental Health. Cites Croom 2014e.

Barale, V. (2018). Reappropriation and Self-Labeling: The Influence of Sexist Language on Women’s Feeling of Personal Power. Lisbon: Lisbon University Institute. Cites Croom 2014b.

Barcaro, U. (2018). The tension-resolution pattern as a basic feature of both music and dreaming. International Conference on New Music Concepts. Cites Croom 2015c.

Barišić, M. (2016). Prefix Verbs with Pejorative Meaning [Präfixverben mit pejorativer Bedeutung]. MA thesis. Zadar: University of Zadar. Cites Croom 2013a.

Barrera Castro, A., Ledezma Ogalde, F., Ortiz Aguilar, A., Toro Ocaranza, S. & Torres Barraza, F. (2018). Psychological wellbeing and cognitive learning strategies in secondary students with and without formal musical training in the Coquimbo region [Bienestar Psicológico y Estrategias Cognitivas de Aprendizaje en Estudiantes Secundarios con y sin Formación Musical Formal en la Región de Coquimbo]. Pedegogical Studies [Estudios Pedagógicos], 44. Cites Croom 2015c.

Bartlett, J., Reffin, J., Rumball, N. & Williamson, S. (2014). Anti-social media. Demos, 1-51. Cites Croom 2011 and Croom 2013a.

Batkin, S. L. (2018). An Everyday Feminist: A Corpus-Based Critical Discourse Analysis of Digital Feminist News Media. MA thesis. Auckland: Aukland University of Technology. Cites Croom 2013a.

Beaton, M. E. & Washington, H. B. (2015). Slurs and the indexical field: The pejoration and reclaiming of favelado ‘slum-dweller’. Language Sciences, 52, 12-21. Cites Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, and Croom 2014b.

Bedford, C. & di Gennaro, K. (2018). Pragmatics of profanity. In S. Dickerson, S. Maxam & S. Dinan (Eds.), Student and Faculty Research Day 2018 (pp. 49). New York City: Pace University. Cites Croom 2015a.

Beller, C. (2013). Anaphoric Descriptions. PhD thesis. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University. Cites Croom 2011.

Beller, C. (2013). Manufactured and inherent pejorativity. Semantics and Linguistic Theory, 23, 136-155. Cites Croom 2011.

Belleri, D. (2015). Externalist derogation. Linguistic and Philosophical Investigations, 14, 70-81. Cites Croom 2013a.

Benedetti, A. H. & Chen, S. (2018). High CEO-to-worker pay ratios negatively impact consumer and employee perceptions of companies. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 79, 378-393. Cites Croom 2016.

Benham, J. (2015). Proud to Be Autistic: Metaphorical Construction and Salience of Cultural and Personal Identity in #StopCombatingMe. MA thesis. Mankato: Minnesota State University. Cites Croom 2011 and Croom 2014b.

Benham, J. L. & Kizer, J. S. (2016). Aut-ors of our experience: Interrogating intersections of autistic identity. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, 5, 77-113. Cites Croom 2014b.

Bernabé-Valero, G., Blasco-Magraner, J. S. & Moret-Tatay, C. (2019). Testing motivational theories in music education: The role of effort and gratitude. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 13, 172. Cites Croom 2012b.

Bettella, S. (2018). Slurs and Their Extension [Gli slur e la loro estensione]. MS thesis. Padua: University of Padua. Cites Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, Croom 2014b, and Croom 2015e.

Beukeboom, C. J. & Burgers, C. (2019). How stereotypes are shared through language: A review and introduction of the social categories and stereotypes communication (SCSC) framework. Review of Communication Research, 7, 1-37. Cites Croom 2013a.

Bianchi, C. (2013). Slurs: An Introduction [Slurs: Un’introduzione]. In P. Leonardi & C. Paolucci (Eds.), Sensible and Sensitive: Perspectives Between Aesthetics and Philosophy of Language [Senso e Sensibile: Prospettive tra Estetica e Filosofia del Linguaggio] (pp. 41-46). Roma: Nuova Cultura. Cites Croom 2011.

Bianchi, C. (2014). Slurs and appropriation: An echoic account. Journal of Pragmatics, 66, 35-44. Cites Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, and Croom 2014b.

Bianchi, C. (2014). The speech acts account of derogatory epithets: Some critical notes. In J. Dutant, D. Fassio & A. Meylan (Eds.), A Friend: Pascal Engel [Liber Amicorum: Pascal Engel] (pp. 465-480). Geneva: University of Geneva. Cites Croom 2011.

Bianchi, C. (2015). Words like stones: Linguistic acts and subordination [Parole come pietre: Atti linguistici e subordinazione]. Philosophical Exercises [Esercizi Filosofici], 10, 115-135. Cites Croom 2011.

Bianchi, C. (2015). The dark side of words: Slurs and appropriation. Intelligent Systems [Sistemi Intelligenti], 2, 285-302. Cites Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, and Croom 2014b.

Bianchi, C. (2018). Perspectives and slurs. In G. Preyer (Ed.), Beyond Semantics and Pragmatics (pp. 187-198). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Cites Croom 2011 and Croom 2013a.

Bianchi, M., Carnaghi, A., Piccoli, V., Stragà, M. & Zotti, D. (2019). On the descriptive and expressive function of derogatory group labels: An experimental test. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 38, 756-772. Cites Croom 2013a and Croom 2014b.

Biasutti, M. (2015). Creativity in virtual spaces: Communication modes employed during collaborative online music composition. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 17, 117-129. Cites Croom 2015c.

Biasutti, M. (2015). Pedagogical applications of cognitive research on musical improvisation. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 614. Cites Croom 2012b and Croom 2015c.

Biasutti, M. (2017). Teaching improvisation through processes: Applications in music education and implications for general education. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 911. Cites Croom 2015c.

Biclar, W. J. G., Rabor, J. T., Asok, G. F. & Arcilla Jr., F. E. (2019). “In the zone”: Lived experiences of MVC music instrumentalists. SMCC Higher Education Research Journal, 6, 67-79. Cites Croom 2012b and Croom 2015c.

Biernat, E., Krzepota, J. & Sadowska, D. (2018). Martial arts as a form of undertaking physical activity in leisure time analysis of factors determining participation of poles. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15, 1989. Cites Croom 2014e.

Blakemore, D. (2015). Slurs and expletives: A case against a general account of expressive meaning. Language Sciences, 52, 22-35. Cites Croom 2008, Croom 2011, and Croom 2014b.

Blakemore, D. (2019). Expressive epithets and expressive small clauses. In K. Scott, B. Clark & R. Carston (Eds.), Relevance, Pragmatics and Interpretation: Essays in Honour of Deirdre Wilson (pp. 137-149). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Cites Croom 2008, Croom 2011, Croom 2014b, and Croom 2015a.

Bock, M. A., Pain, P. & Jhang, J. (2019). Covering nipples: News discourse and the framing of breastfeeding. Feminist Media Studies, 19, 53-69. Cites Croom 2011.

Boguszewski, D. (2015). Application of physiotherapeutic methods to support training and post-exercise recovery of combat sports and martial arts contestants. Journal of Combat Sports and Martial Arts, 6, 85-90. Cites Croom 2014e.

Boin, D. (2020). The Maccabees, ‘apostasy’, and Julian’s appropriation of hellenismos as a reclaimed epithet in Christian conversations of the fourth century CE. In R. Flower & M. Ludlow (Eds.), Rhetoric and Religious Identity in Late Antiquity (pp. 48-64). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Cites Croom 2013a.

Bolinger, R. J. (2017). Mistaken Defense and Normative Conventions. PhD thesis. Los Angeles: University of Southern California. Cites Croom 2011.

Bolinger, R. (2017). The pragmatics of slurs. Noûs, 51, 439-462. Cites Croom 2011.

Bolinger, R. (2020). Contested slurs: Delimiting the linguistic community. Grazer Philosophische Studien, 97, 11-30. Cites Croom 2011.

Bolinger, R. (2020). The moral grounds of reasonably mistaken self-defense. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. Cites Croom 2011.

Bolinger, R. (forthcoming). The language of mental illness. In J. Khoo & R. Sterken (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Social and Political Philosophy of Language. New York: Routledge. Cites Croom 2015e.

Bonacchi, S. (2016). Review [Rezension]. Rita Finkbeiner, Jörg Meibauer & Heike Wiese (Hgg.) (2016): Pejoration. Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Linguistic Reports [Linguistische Berichte], 255, 142-151. Cites Croom 2011 and Croom 2013a.

Bonacchi, S. (2017). Introduction: Describing, understanding and explaining linguistic aggresion [Einleitung: Sprachliche aggression beschreiben, verstehen und erklären]. In S. Bonacchi (Ed.), Verbal Aggression: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Injurious Power of Language [Verbale Aggression: Multidisziplinäre Zugänge zur verletzenden Macht der Sprache] (pp. 1-32). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. Cites Croom 2011.

Bonacchi, S. (2018). Verbal aggression [Verbale aggression]. In F. Liedtke & A. Tuchen (Eds.), Pragmatics Handbook [Handbuch Pragmatik] (pp. 439-447). Stuttgart: J. B. Metzler. Cites Croom 2011.

Bonacchi, S. (2019). Why do words hurt? Pragmalinguistic considerations on the offensive use of language [Perché le parole fanno male? Considerazioni pragmalinguistiche sull’uso offensivo del linguaggio]. In R. Barcellona & T. Sardella (Eds.), Violence of the Words and Words of Violence: Historical-Linguistic Paths [Violenza delle parole e parole della violenza: Percorsi storico-linguistici] (pp. 49-72). Milano: Mimesis. Cites Croom 2011 and Croom 2013a.

Bradfield, E. (2020). Creative Ageing: Participation, Connection and Flourishing: A Mixed-Methods Research Study Exploring Experiences of Participatory Arts Engagement in Later Life through a Systematic Review of Literature and Focus Groups with Older People. PhD thesis. Derby: University of Derby. Cites Croom 2015c.

Brady, R. (2018). Music in Outdoor Adventure: Preferences and Positive Effects. MA thesis. Ashland: Southern Oregon University. Cites Croom 2015c.

Brenner, R. (2018). Positive Psychology: A Consideration of Potential for Music Lessons [Positive Psychologie – eine Betrachtung von Potentialen für den Musikunterricht]. BA thesis. Cologne: The Cologne University of Music. Cites Croom 2015c.

Brogaard, B. & Marlow, K. (2015). The Superhuman Mind: Free the Genius in Your Brain. New York: Penguin Random House. Cites Croom 2012b.

Brown, T. W. (2014). Chitlins and Lemonade: The Impact of the Word “Nigger” on College Educated Men in the African Diaspora. MA thesis. Northampton: Smith College. Cites Croom 2011.

Bruno, M. (2019). Writing About Personal Experiences and Their Effect on Wellbeing [La escritura sobre experiencias personales y su efecto en el bienestar]. Buenos Aires: Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina. Cites Croom 2015b.

Buchko, O. (2020). A Narrative Inquiry into the Contribution of Music Experiences to Work-Life Balance of Non-Musicians in Higher Education in Ukraine and the United States. PhD thesis. Centre County: Pennsylvania State University. Cites Croom 2015c.

Buchler, C. R. (2014). The “Friendzone”: Renegotiating Gender Performance and Boundaries in Relationship Discourse. BA thesis. Boulder: University of Colorado Boulder. Cites Croom 2011.

Bullack, A., Gass, C., Nater, U. M. & Kreutz, G. (2018). Psychobiological effects of choral singing on affective state, social connectedness, and stress: Influences of singing activity and time course. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 12, 223. Cites Croom 2015c.

Burgain, M. (2020). Music makes babies happy (mommies, too!). OPear. Cites Croom 2012b.

Burgers, C., Brugman, B. C. & Boeynaems, A. (2019). Systematic literature reviews: Four applications for interdisciplinary research. Journal of Pragmatics, 145, 102-109. Cites Croom 2015f.

Burnett, H. (2020). A persona-based semantics for slurs. Grazer Philosophische Studien, 97, 31-62. Cites Croom 2011 and Croom 2013a.

Buttrey, M. (2019). Faster, higher, more moral: Human enhancement and Christianity. The Canadian Council of Churches. Cites Croom 2014a.

Buttrey, M. (2020). Beyond following rules: Teaching research ethics in the age of the Hoffmann Report. History of Psychology. Cites Croom 2014a.

Cameron, J. (2019). Dehumanizing others through racial slurs: Interview with Adam Croom. Decoded Science, 12 November. Cites Croom 2011.

Cameron, J. (2019). The n-word: Neutralising the power to harm with racial epithets. Decoded Science, 12 November. Cites Croom 2011.

Camp, E. (2013). Slurring perspectives. Analytic Philosophy, 54, 330-349. Cites Croom 2011.

Campayo–Muñoz, E. A. & Cabedo-Mas, A. (2017). The role of emotional skills in music education. British Journal of Music Education, 34, 243-258.

Capone, A. (2016). Indirectly reporting and translating slurring utterances. In A. Capone, F. Kiefer & F. Lo Piparo (Eds.), Indirect Reports and Pragmatics: Interdisciplinary Studies (pp. 233-252). Berlin: Springer. Cites Croom 2008, Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, Croom 2013b, Croom 2014b, and Croom 2015h.

Capone, A. (2016). Slurring in indirect-reporting. International Journal of Language Studies, 10, 19-36. Cites Croom 2008 and Croom 2014b.

Capone, A. (2016). The Pragmatics of Indirect Reports: Socio-Philosophical Considerations. Berlin: Springer.

Carnaghi, A. & Bianchi, M. (2017). Group labeling. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication, 1-27. Cites Croom 2013a and Croom 2014b.

Carrus, S. (2016). Literal and non-literal uses of slurs: The case of the denial. In K. Liefke (Ed.), Situations, Information, and Semantic Content (pp. 27-28). Munich: Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. Cites Croom 2015e.

Carrus, S. (2016). Slurs and stereotypes. XI Linguistic Sharing Forum [XI Fórum de Partilha Lingüística] (pp. 17-19). Lisbon: NOVA University Lisbon. Cites Croom 2014b and Croom 2015e.

Carrus, S. (2016). Slurs and stereotypes. The 4th Postgraduate Academic Researchers in Linguistics at York Conference, 2 September. York: University of York. Cites Croom 2014b and Croom 2015e.

Carrus, S. (2017). Slurs: At-issueness and semantic normativity. Phenomenology and Mind, 12, 84-97. Cites Croom 2011, Croom 2014b, and Croom 2015e.

Carrus, S. (2018). Denigration and Offense: On the Semantics of Pejoratives and Slurs [Denigrazione e offensività sulla semantica di peggiorativi e slurs]. PhD thesis. Milan: Vita-Salute San Raffaele University. Cites Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, Croom 2014b, and Croom 2015e.

Castiglione, M. (2017). The image of the Sicilians, in the “blasonatori” proverbs of Giuseppe Pitrè [L’immagine dei siciliani, nei proverbi “blasonatori” di Giuseppe Pitrè]. Lares: Quarterly of Demo-Ethno-Anthropological Studies [Lares: Quadrimestrale di studi demoetnoantropologici], 83, 85-103. Cites Croom 2015a.

Castle, C. L. (2019). An Exploratory Investigation of the Everyday Musical Experiences of Adults and Adolescents Who Have A Visual Impairment. PhD thesis. Leeds: University of Leeds. Cites Croom 2015c.

Cazalilla-Arroyo, J. M. (2016). Music, Brain and Wellbeing [Música, Cerebro y Bienestar]. MA thesis. Jaén: University of Jaén. Cites Croom 2012b.

Cella, F. (2016). Slurs: Semantic content, expressive content and social generics. Phenomenology and Mind, 11, 140-148. Cites Croom 2011.

Cepollaro, B. (2015). The denigrating epithets: Infamous presuppositions [Gli epiteti denigratori: presupposizioni infami]. Philosophical Exercises [Esercizi Filosofici], 10, 154-168. Cites Croom 2014f.

Cepollaro, B. (2015). In defense of a presuppositional account of slurs. Language Sciences, 52, 36-45. Cites Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, Croom 2014b, Croom 2014f, and Croom 2015a.

Cepollaro, B. (2016). Building evaluation into language. Phenomenology and Mind, 11, 158-168. Cites Croom 2011.

Cepollaro, B. (2017). The Semantics and Pragmatics of Offensive Terms and Thick Ethical Terms [ La Sémantique et la Pragmatique des Termes d’offense et des Termes Ethiques Epais]. PhD thesis. Paris: Paris Science and Lettres Research University. Cites Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, and Croom 2014f.

Cepollaro, B. (2017). Evaluation, polarity and echo [Valutazione, polarità ed eco]. Italian Journal of Philosophy of Language [Rivista Italiana di Filosofia del Linguaggio], 71-86. Cites Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, and Croom 2014f.

Cepollaro, B. (2017). When evaluation changes: An echoic account of appropriation and variability. Journal of Pragmatics, 117, 29-40. Cites Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, and Croom 2014f.

Cepollaro, B. (2020). Slurs and Thick Terms: When Language Encodes Values. Lanham: Lexington Books. Cites Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, and Croom 2014f.

Cepollaro, B. & Stojanovic, I. (2016). Hybrid evaluatives: In defense of a presuppositional account. Grazer Philosophische Studien, 93, 458-488. Cites Croom 2011 and Croom 2014f.

Cepollaro, B. & Thommen, T. (2019). What’s wrong with truth-conditional accounts of slurs. Linguistics and Philosophy, 42, 333-347. Cites Croom 2011 and Croom 2014f.

Cepollaro, B. & Zeman, D. (2020). Editors’ introduction: The challenge from non-derogatory uses of slurs. Grazer Philosophische Studien, 97, 1-10. Cites Croom 2013a.

Chaisiri, M. P. (2016). Attitudes of Thais and Westerners in Khon Kaen Towards Farang: An Intercultural Communication Analysis. MA thesis. Bangkok: Thammasat University. Croom 2013a.

Chaplain, G. & Jablonski, N. G. (2020). Semantics in the philosophy of race. In N. G. Jablonski (Ed.), Persistence of Race (Chapter 8). KwaZulu-Natal: Sun Press. Cites Croom 2011 and Croom 2013a.

Chappell, T. (2016). Bernard Williams bibliography. Cites Croom 2010b.

Chen, C., Wang, K., Chen, S., Zhou, Y. & Zhou, M. (2019). The linear and curvilinear relation between personality and subjective well‐being in visual artists: Perceived creation stress as a mediator. PsyCh Journal. Cites Croom 2015c.

Chernyak, N., Harris, P. L. & Cordes, S. (2019). Explaining early moral hypocrisy: Numerical cognition promotes equal sharing behavior in preschool-aged children. Developmental Science, 22, e12695. Cites Croom 2016.

Chirico, A., Serino, S., Cipresso, P., Gaggioli, A. & Riva, G. (2015). When music “flows”. State and trait in musical performance, composition and listening: A systematic review. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 906. Cites Croom 2012b and Croom 2015c.

Choshen-Hillel, S., Lin, Z. & Shaw, A. (2019). Children weigh equity and efficiency in making allocation decisions: Evidence from the US, Israel, and China. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. Cites Croom 2016.

Chou, M. J., Tsai, S. S., Hou, T. Y. & Wu, H. T. (2016). The relationship between undergraduates’ flow and psychological well-being – take love affair experiences as the moderator variable. European Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 4, 15-27. Cites Croom 2015c.

Cintron, M. (2020). Why music? Step by Step Dyslexia Solutions, 26 April. Cites Croom 2012b.

Çıplak, E. (2016). Psychological counselors’ opinions about poetry therapy workshop: A qualitative study. Journal of Human Sciences, 13, 2972-2986. Cites Croom 2015b.

Çıplak, E. & Atici, M. (2019). The effect of using poetry therapy in group psychological counseling on the empathy levels of university students. International Online Journal of Educational Sciences, 11, 276-289. Cites Croom 2015b.

Cloutier, R., Auer, A., Święciński, R., Wallage, P., Dreschler, G., Gyuris, B., Allan, K., Anderwald, L., Kautzsch, A., Kraš, T., Cogo, A., Gan, T., Parise, I., Taylor, C. & Marszalek, A. (2017). English language [Section 8: Dialectology and sociolinguistics]. The Year’s Work in English Studies, 96, 1-163. Cites Croom 2015a and Croom 2015f.

Cohen, A. (2016). Visual images as slander and the question of “we”: Give us back the country, Kibinimt! [דימויים חזותיים כהכפשות ושאלת ה”אנחנו”: תחזירו לנו את המדינה, קיבינימט!] In Y. Bat-Zion, R. H. Mashiach & I. Alcad-Lehman (Eds.), The Israeli Association for Applied Linguistics: The Forty-Third Conference of the Society (pp. 12-14). Tel Aviv: Levinsky College of Education. Cites Croom 2013a and Croom 2014b.

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Cohen, S. & Bodner, E. (2019). Flow and music performance anxiety: The influence of contextual and background variables. Musicae Scientiae. Cites Croom 2015c.

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Cuddy, L. L., Sikka, R., Silveira, K., Bai, S. & Vanstone, A. (2017). Music-evoked autobiographical memories (MEAMs) in Alzheimer’s disease: Evidence for a positivity effect. Cogent Psychology, 4, 1277578. Cites Croom 2015c.

Culpeper, J., Iganski, P. & Sweiry, A. (2017). Linguistic impoliteness and religiously aggravated hate crime in England and Wales. Journal of Language, Aggression and Conflict, 5, 1-29. Cites Croom 2013a.

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Daise, D. (2015). The significance of slurs: The tripartite structure of slurs’ offensiveness. In B. Thomas (Ed.), Philosophy of Language (pp. 1-12). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Cites Croom 2014b.

Dams, J. (2017). Preparing for Operatic Roles by Combining Elements of Stanislavsky’s System with Alfreds’ Actioning. DMA thesis. Hamilton: The University of Waikato. Cites Croom 2015c.

Darrow, A. A. (2014). Promoting social and emotional growth of students with disabilities. General Music Today, 28, 29-32. Cites Croom 2012b.

Darrow, A. A. (2017). Meaningful collaboration in the inclusive music classroom: Students with severe intellectual disabilities. General Music Today, 31, 40-43. Cites Croom 2012b.

Darrow, A. A. (2019). The mental health crisis among our youth: Can social-emotional learning and participation in music help? Florida Music Director, 73, 42-45. Cites Croom 2012b.

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Day, O. L. (2018). The Power of Language: How the Words We Use Reflect Our Biases. MS thesis. Denton: Texas Woman’s University. Cites Croom 2013a.

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Delarre, S. (2020). Racial insults and social condition according to French victimization surveys [Injures raciales et condition sociale d’après les enquêtes françaises de victimation]. Deviance and Society [Déviance et Société], 44, 11-48. Cites Croom 2013a and Croom 2015a.

Diaz-Legaspe, J., Liu, C. & Stainton, R. J. (2020). Slurs and register: A case study in meaning pluralism. Mind and Language, 35, 156-182. Cites Croom 2011.

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DiFranco, R. (2017). Appropriate slurs. Acta Analytica, 32, 371-384. Cites Croom 2015a.

Dowlen, R. E. L. (2019). The ‘In the Moment’ Musical Experiences of People with Dementia: A Multiple-Case Study Approach. PhD thesis. Manchester: University of Manchester. Cites Croom 2015c.

Duncan, D. (2017). Understanding St. Louis’ love for Hoosier. Names: A Journal of Onomastics, 66, 14-24. Cites Croom 2013a.

Dunham, Y., Durkin, A. & Tyler, T. R. (2018). The development of a preference for procedural justice for self and others. Scientific Reports, 8, 17740. Cites Croom 2016.

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Duthely, L. M., Sunaoshi, H. Y. & Villar-Loubet, O. M. (2018). Book: Venture into a new realm of cross-cultural psychology meditation, mantric poetry, and well-being: A qualitative, cross-cultural, cross-disciplinary exploration with American secondary and Japanese post-secondary adolescents. In M. Karasawa, M. Yuki, K. Ishii, Y. Uchida, K. Sato & W. Friedlmeier (Eds.), Venture Into Crosscultural Psychology: Proceedings from the 23rd Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. Allendale: Grand Valley State University. Cites Croom 2015b.

Dynel, M. (2015). The landscape of impoliteness research. Journal of Politeness Research, 11, 329-354. Cites Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, and Croom 2014b.

Dynel, M. & Poppi, F. I. M. (2019). Risum teneatis, amici?: The socio-pragmatics of RoastMe humour. Journal of Pragmatics, 139, 1-21. Cites Croom 2011.

Eccles, B. R. (2018). Priming for Flow States through Engagement Within Music Therapy Improvisation. MA thesis. Philadelphia: Drexel University. Cites Croom 2015c.

Echelbarger, M. (2018). The Influence of Variety and Scarcity on Children’s Decision Making. PhD thesis. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan. Cites Croom 2016.

Echelbarger, M. & Gelman, S. A. (2017). The value of variety and scarcity across development. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 156, 43-61. Cites Croom 2016.

Edel, R., Selvaraj, J. S. & Gallagher, J. (2015). Building an inclusive flourishing community through sport. 8th Living Knowledge Conference (pp. 112-113). Budapest: Corvinus University of Budapest. Cites Croom 2015c.

Eissa, S. (2018). Use of Hate Speech in Arabic Language Newspapers. MA thesis. New Cairo: American University of Cairo. Cites Croom 2013a and Croom 2014b.

Ekholm, O., Juel, K. & Bonde, L. O. (2016). Associations between daily musicking and health: Results from a nationwide survey in Denmark. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 44, 726-732. Cites Croom 2015c.

Embrick, D. G. & Henricks, K. (2015). Two-faced-isms: Racism at work and how race discourse shapes classtalk and gendertalk. Language Sciences, 52, 165-175. Cites Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, and Croom 2014b.

Erasmus, E. & Van Der Merwe, L. (2017). An interpretative phenomenological analysis of the lived musical experiences of three Williams syndrome individuals. Psychology of Music, 45, 781-794. Cites Croom 2012b.

Ermida, I. (2017). “Get the snip – and a job!” Disagreement, impoliteness and conflicting identities on the Internet. Token: A Journal of English Linguistics, 6, 205-247. Cites Croom 2013a.

Espunya, A. & Pintarić, A. P. (2016). Identity and emotionality in Vazquez Montalban’s Carvalho Roman Los mares del sur and its German translations [Identität und Emotionalität in Vazquez Montalbans Carvalho Roman Los mares del sur und seinen deutschen Übersetzungen]. In A. P. Pintarić, Z. Sambunjak & T. Zelic (Eds.), Linguistic Constitution of Identity through Emotionality [Sprachliche Konstituierung der Identität durch Emotionalität] (pp. 127-143). Tubingen: Narr Francke Attempto Verlag. Cites Croom 2013a.

Essler, S., Lepach, A. C., Petermann, F. & Paulus, M. (2020). Equality, equity, or inequality duplication? How preschoolers distribute necessary and luxury resources between rich and poor others. Social Development, 29, 110-125. Cites Croom 2016.

Eugene, R. (2017). The Lexical Means of Derogatory Nomination of “The Stranger” in Russian, English and Spanish. BA thesis. Saint Petersburg: Saint Petersburg State University. Cites Croom 2011.

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Fabiszak, M., Gruszecka, M. & Brzezinska, A. W. (2017). The fans lech Poznan and the city authorities [Kibice lecha Poznan a wladze miasta]. Culture and Society [Kultura i Spoleczenstwo], 2, 63-84. Cites Croom 2011.

Fallon, V. T., Rubenstein, S., Warfield, R., Ennerfelt, H., Hearn, B. & Leaver, E. (2019). Stress reduction from a musical intervention. Psychomusicology, 30, 20-27. Cites Croom 2012b.

Farese, G. M. (2020). Italian Discourse: A Cultural Semantic Analysis. New York: Rowman and Littlefield. Cites Croom 2014b.

Farneste, M. (2017). Moves in the sections conclusion and conclusions in applied linguistics research articles. Baltic Journal of English Language, Literature and Culture, 7, 58-73. Cites Croom 2015f.

Fasoli, F. (2017). Gay straight communication. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication. Cites Croom 2013a.

Fasoli, F., Carnaghi, A. & Paladino, M. P. (2015). Social acceptability of sexist derogatory and sexist objectifying slurs across contexts. Language Sciences, 52, 98-107. Cites Croom 2008, Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, Croom 2013b, Croom 2014b, and Croom 2015a.

Fasoli, F., Hegarty, P. & Carnaghi, A. (2019). Sounding gay, speaking as a “fag”: Auditory gaydar and the perception of reclaimed homophobic language. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 38, 798-808. Cites Croom 2014b.

Felmlee, D., Rodis, P. I. & Francisco, S. C. (2018). Chapter 6: What a b!tch!: Cyber aggression toward women of color. In M. T. Segal & V. Demos (Eds.), Gender and the Media: Women’s Places (pp. 105-123). Bingley: Emerald Publishing Limited. Cites Croom 2011.

Fethke, K. A. (2017). Language Taboo and Audiovisual Translation: Descriptive Study of the Spanish Subtitling of the Series Orange Is the New Black [Lenguaje, Tabú y Traducción Audiovisual: Estudio Descriptivo de la Subtitulación al Español de la serie Orange is the New Black]. MA thesis. Valencia: University of Valencia. Cites Croom 2014b.

Finkbeiner, R., Meibauer, J. & Wiese, H. (2016). What is pejoration, and how can it be expressed in language? In R. Finkbeiner, J. Meibauer & H. Wiese (Eds.), Pejoration (pp. 1-18). Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Cites Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, Croom 2014b, and Croom 2015a.

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Flynn, D. (2017). White people should never rap the N-word: A linguist breaks it down. UCalgary News, 22 October. Cites Croom 2013a.

Flynn, D. (2018). White people should never rap the n-word: A linguist breaks it down. National Post, 23 May. Cites Croom 2013a.

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Forgeard, M. (2019). Creativity and healing. In J. C. Kaufman & R. J. Sternberg (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Creativity (pp. 319-332). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Cites Croom 2015b.

Foster, D. J. (2015). Music: Pathways to Personal Meaning. PhD thesis. Maine: University of New England. Cites Croom 2012b.

Fourie, C., Van Der Merwe, L. & Swart, I. (2016). Frontal lobe brain damage and the lived piano-playing experiences of an older adult. Muziki, 13, 108-129. Cites Croom 2012b.

Fredericks, R. (2020). Moral responsibility for concepts, continued: Concepts as abstract objects. European Journal of Philosophy. Cites Croom 2011.

Frigerio, A. & Tenchini, M. P. (2020). On the non-specificity of slurs. Italian Journal of Philosophy of Language [Revista Italiana di Filosofia del Linguaggio], 360-369. Cites Croom 2011.

Fruehwald, J. (2018). Slurs inside idioms are still slurs. Language Log, 30 August. Cites Croom 2011.

Fujimoto, D. (2016). The meaning and interpretation of the racial discrimination word Jap(s). Proceedings of the 19th Conference of the Pragmatics Society of Japan. Shimonoseki: Shimonoseki City University. Cites Croom 2014b.

Gaggioli, A., Chirico, A., Mazzoni, E., Milani, L. & Riva, G. (2017). Networked flow in musical bands. Psychology of Music, 45, 283-297. Cites Croom 2012b and Croom 2015c.

Gallardo, M. E. & Kingdon, M. (2017). Applying Latina/o psychology to address social issues. In A. W. Blume (Ed.), Social Issues in Living Color: Challenges and Solutions from the Perspective of Ethnic Minority Psychology (pp. 93-128). Santa Barbara: Praeger. Cites Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, and Croom 2013b.

Gardner, R. P. (2013). Reading Race in a Community Space: A Narrative Post-Intentional Phenomenological Exploration. PhD thesis. Athens: University of Georgia. Cites Croom 2011.

Gaucher, D., Hunt, B. & Sinclair, L. (2015). Can pejorative terms ever lead to positive social consequences? The case of SlutWalk. Language Sciences, 52, 121-130. Cites Croom 2011 and Croom 2013a.

Gebhardt, S., Dammann, I., Loescher, K., Wehmeier, P. M., Vedder, H. & Von Georgi, R. (2018). The effects of music therapy on the interaction of the self and emotions – An interim analysis. Complementary Therapies in Medicine, 41, 61-66. Cites Croom 2012b.

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Gerofoti, K. (2013). Teaching Music in the Special School: Mean of Social Learning for Intellectually Disabled Pupils. Thesis. Thessaloniki: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Cites Croom 2012b.

Gibb, R. (2017). The positive influences of family, music, and personal relationships. Teen Ink, 11 May. Cites Croom 2015c.

Goddard, C. (2015). “Swear words” and “curse words” in Australian (and American) English. At the crossroads of pragmatics, semantics and sociolinguistics. Intercultural Pragmatics, 12, 189-218. Cites Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, Croom 2014b, and Croom 2015a.

Goldberg, S. C. (2020). Conversational Pressure: Normativity in Speech Exchanges. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Cites Croom 2013a.

Gonzalez, L. V. & Martinez, J. M. R. (2016). Linguistic rights and worldviews [Derechos lingüísticos y visiones del mundo]. National Reality Journal [Revista de la Realidad Nacional], 18, 227-239. Cites Croom 2012a.

Gordon, M. A. (2019). Aikido as Transformative and Embodied Pedagogy: Teacher as Healer. London: Palgrave Macmillan. Cites Croom 2014e.

Gordon, M. A. (2019). The way of the classroom: Aikido as transformative, embodied pedogogy in higher education. In J. Lin, T. E. Culham & S. Edwards (Eds.), Contemplative Pedagogies for Transformative Teaching, Learning, and Being (Chapter 11). Charlotte: Information Age Publishing. Cites Croom 2014e.

Gordon, Z. (2019). Who Can Say Faggot? MA thesis. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam. Cites Croom 2011, Croom 2013a, and Croom 2015e.

Gotsis, G. & Grimani, K. (2015). Virtue theory and organizational behavior: An integrative framework. Journal of Management Development, 34, 1288-1309. Cites Croom 2014a.

Graffe, L. (2020). The Taboo of Insulting in the Teaching of German as a Foreign and Second Language – An Investigation into the Relevance of Insulting in German Language Use [Die Tabuisierung des Schimpfens im Unterricht von Deutsch als Fremd- und Zweitsprache – Eine Untersuchung zur Relevanz des Schimpfens im deutschen Sprachgebrauch]. MA thesis. Leipzig: Leipzig University. Cites Croom 2015e.

Grau-Sánchez, J., Foley, M., Hlavová, R., Muukkonen, I., Ojinaga-Alfageme, O., Radukic, A., Spindler, M. & Hundevad, B. (2017). Exploring musical activities and their relationship to emotional well-being in elderly people across Europe: A study protocol. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 330. Cites Croom 2012b.

Grest, A. (2020). Bibliotherapy in Libraries [Bibliotherapie in Bibliotheken]. Berlin: Humboldt University of Berlin. Cites Croom 2015b.

Griffiths, M. A. (2018). Brand vulgarity. Journal of Product and Brand Management, 27, 404-414. Cites Croom 2015e.

Groarke, J. M. (2017). The Adaptive Functions of Music Listening: Structure, Correlates and Consequences. PhD thesis. Galway: National University of Ireland. Cites Croom 2012b.

Guevara, E. R. P. (2016). Do the meanings that performers attribute to performance predict the quality of their performance experience? In M. Nogueira (Ed.), Proceedings of the XII International Symposium on Cognition and Musical Arts [Anais do XII Simpósio Internacional de Cognição e Artes Musicais] (pp. 182-190). Porto Alegre: Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Cites Croom 2015c.

Gutiérrez-Rexach, J. (2016). Indirect reports, information, and non-declaratives. In A. Capone, F. Kiefer & F. Lo Piparo (Eds.), Indirect Reports and Pragmatics: Interdisciplinary Studies (pp. 553-571). Berlin: Springer. Cites Croom 2014b.

Gutiérrez-Rivas, C. (2016). The word marico as a new form of nominal anti-courteous treatment in the speech of young university students from Caracas: A study from the perspective of the speakers [La palabra marico como nueva forma de tratamiento nominal anticortés en el habla de jóvenes universitarios de Caracas: Un estudio desde la perspectiva de los hablantes]. Logos, 26, 3-22. Cites Croom 2014f.

Gutzmann, D. (2015). Use-Conditional Meaning: Studies in Multidimensional Semantics. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Cites Croom 2008 and Croom 2011.

Haas, E. & Barrett, S. (2015). Ultimate Immunity: Supercharge Your Body’s Natural Healing Powers. New York: Rodale Books. Cites Croom 2012b.

Habe, K., Biasutti, M. & Kajtna, T. (2019). Flow and satisfaction with life in elite musicians and top athletes. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 698. Cites Croom 2012b and Croom 2015c.

Halaby, A. F. & Long, B. L. (2017). New model rule of professional conduct 8.4(G): Legislative history, enforceability questions, and a call for scholarship. Journal of the Legal Profession, 41, 202-257. Cites Croom 2013a.

Hallam, S. (2020). Music education. The Encyclopedia of Child and Adolescent Development. Cites Croom 2012b.

Hamiti, V. & Sadiku, M. (2018). The foriegn attribution Jugo between neutrality and slurs / disparagement: An analysis of Jugo ethnophaulism in press reports in German-speaking Switzerland [Die Fremdzuschreibung Jugo zwischen Neutralität und Slurs/Verunglimpfung. Eine Analyse des Ethnophaulismus Jugo in Presseberichten der deutschsprachigen Schweiz]. Journal of Balkanology [Zeitschrift für Balkanologie], 54, 170-183. Cites Croom 2011 and Croom 2013a.

Hansen, S. E. (2012). Laughing in Spaces of Sameness: Disrupting the Seriousness of Critical Pedagogy. PhD thesis. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota. Cites Croom 2011.

Hargreaves, D. & Lamont, A. (2017). The Psychology of Musical Development. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Cites Croom 2015c.

Harris, C. B., Baird, A., Harris, S. A. & Thompson, W. F. (2020). “They’re playing our song”: Couple-defining songs in intimate relationships. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 37, 163-179. Cites Croom 2012b and Croom 2015c.

Harris, J. N. (2014). Music for life sustenance: Does music have a role in intensive care medicine? Music and Medicine, 6, 39-45. Cites Croom 2012b.

Harris, L. J. (2019). Does music matter? A look at the issues and the evidence. Developmental Neuropsychology, 44, 104-145. Cites Croom 2015c.

Haugh, M. & Bousfield, D. (2012). Mock impoliteness, jocular mockery and jocular abuse in Australian and British English. Journal of Pragmatics, 44, 1099-1114. Cites Croom 2011.

Haugh, M. & Kádár, D. Z. (2017). Intercultural (im)politeness. In J. Culpeper, M. Haugh & D. Z. Kádár (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Linguistic (Im)politeness (pp. 601-632). Berlin: Springer. Cites Croom 2011.

Hauser, E. (2016). Optima tu proprii nominis auctor: The semantics of female authorship in ancient Rome, from Sulpicia to Proba. Eugesta: Journal of Gender Studies in Antiquity, 6, 151-186. Cites Croom 2011.

Head, J. (2018). Rethinking the slur/neutral counterpart relationship: Towards a prototype semantics of slurs. Cognitive Structures: Linguistic, Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives, 14 September. Düsseldorf: Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf. Cites Croom 2011 and Croom 2015e.

Heck, I. A., Chernyak, N. & Sobel, D. M. (2018). Preschoolers’ compliance with others’ violations of fairness norms: The roles of intentionality and affective perspective taking. Journal of Cognition and Development, 19, 568-592. Cites Croom 2016.

Hedayanti, N. (2016). Influence of Intensive Ensemble Music Training on Children from a Lower Socioeconomic Status: An ERP Study. MS thesis. Ottawa: Carleton University. Croom 2012b.

Hedayati, N., Schibli, K. & D’Angiulli, A. (2016). El Sistema-inspired ensemble music training is associated with changes in children’s neurocognitive functional integration: Preliminary ERP evidence. Neurocase, 22, 538-547. Cites Croom 2012b.

Heggli, O. A., Kringelbach, M. L. & Vuust, P. (2018). Please please me! In P. Gouk, J. Kennaway, J. Prins & W. Thormahlen (Eds.), The Cambridge Companion to Music, Mind and Well-Being (Chapter 15). New York: Routledge. Cites Croom 2012b.

Henry, E. (2015). Exhibit reclaims, reworks art. The Brookhaven Courier, 25 April. Cites Croom 2011.

Henry, P. J., Butler, S. E. & Brandt, M. J. (2014). The influence of target group status on the offensiveness of group-based slurs. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 53, 185-192. Cites Croom 2011.

Heppeard, A. (2016). Back to the basics of free speech. The Northern Iowan, 19 September. Cites Croom 2011.

Herbert, C. (2015). Precarious projects: The performative structure of reclamation. Language Sciences, 52, 131-138. Cites Croom 2011.

Herbert, C. (2017). Exclusionary Speech and Constructions of Community. PhD thesis. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University. Cites Croom 2011 and Croom 2015i.

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Hirsch, M. (2019). Investigating the Diagnosis and Management of Women with Endometriosis: A Study of Diagnostic Tests, Treatment Strategies and Quality of Evidence on the Management of Endometriosis. MD thesis. London: Queen Mary University of London. Cites Croom 2012b.

Hirst, D. A. (2018). Epistemological and Moral Reasoning in Medical Ethics. PhD thesis. Manchester: Manchester Metropolitan University. Cites Croom 2010b.

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Hollowell, A. & Miller, A. (2019). Country music for people who don’t like country music: Sturgill Simpson and outlaw privilege. Journal of Popular Music Studies, 31, 121-141. Cites Croom 2013a.

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Izumi, Y. (2017). “Drop dead, Japan!!!”: The semantics of the Japanese swear word shine. Philosophia Osaka, 12, 39-51. Cites Croom 2014b.

Izumi, Y. & Hayashi, S. (2018). Expressive small clauses in Japanese. In S. Arai, K. Kojima, K. Mineshima, D. Bekki, K. Satoh & Y. Ohta (Eds.), New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence (pp. 188-199). Berlin: Springer. Cites Croom 2011.

Jackowski, J. M. (2020). The Manifestation of Meaning: How ‘Generic-You’ Emerges in Military Personels’ Writing. BA thesis. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan. Cites Croom 2015b

Jackson, J. (2015). Structural differentiation and the poetics of violence shaping Barack Obama’s presidency: A study in personhood, literacy, and the improvisations of African-American publics. Language Sciences, 52, 200-214. Cites Croom 2013a and Croom 2014b.

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Jay, T. B. (2019). The psychology of expressing and interpreting linguistic taboos. In K. Allen (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Taboo Words and Language (pp. 77-95). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Cites Croom 2014b.

Jay, T. (2020). Ten issues facing taboo word scholars. In N. Nassenstein & A. Storch (Eds.), Swearing and Cursing: Contexts and Practices in a Critical Linguistic Perspective (pp. 37-52). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. Cites Croom 2014b.

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Jensen, A. (2019). Slurs and Meaning. BA thesis. Gothenburg: University of Gothenburg. Cites Croom 2013a.

Jensen, B. S. (2012). Integration of Top-Down and Bottom-Up Information for Audio Organization and Retrieval. PhD thesis. Lyngby: Technical University of Denmark. Cites Croom 2012b.

Jensen, M. (2019). The Art and Science of Trauma and the Autobiographical: Negotiated Truths. London: Palgrave Macmillan. Cites Croom 2015b.

Jeshion, R. (2013). Expressivism and the offensiveness of slurs. Philosophical Perspectives, 27, 231-259. Cites Croom 2011.

Jeshion, R. (2013). Slurs and stereotypes. Analytic Philosophy, 54, 314-329. Cites Croom 2011.

Jeshion, R. (2020). Pride and prejudiced: On the reclamation of slurs. Grazer Philosophische Studien, 97, 106-137. Cites Croom 2013a.

Johnson, J. K., Louhivouri, J. & Siljander, E. (2017). Comparison of well-being of older adult choir singers and the general population in Finland: A case-control study. Musicae Scientiae, 21, 178-194. Cites Croom 2015c.

Joseph, D. (2017). Fostering a sense of belonging and identity through sound and spirituality. In M. de Souza & A. Halafoff (Eds.), Re-Enchanting Education and Spiritual Wellbeing: Fostering Belonging and Meaning-Making for Global Citizens (Chapter 16). New York: Routledge. Cites Croom 2012b.

Jourdan, C. (2020). Restituting language: Ethics, ideology and the making of a dictionary. In C. Jourdan (Ed.), Cultural Legitimacy of Solomon Islands Pijin. Cites Croom 2011.

Jovanovic, J. (2015). Lexicon of the Meaningful Meaning in Naming a Man in the Serbian Language. PhD thesis. Belgrade: University of Belgrade. Cites Croom 2008, Croom 2013a, Croom 2014b, and Croom 2014c. B 3.pdf

Juliana, Y. (2020). Relationship between Music Preferences and Psychological Well-Being in Late Adolescence [Hubungan Preferensi Musik Dengan Psychological Well-Being Pada Remaja Akhir]. Thesis. Surabaya: Universitas Airlangga. Cites Croom 2012b.

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Kaaronen, J. (2018). Representation of Impoliteness in Television Sitcom: Exploring Social Meaning through Negative Judgements and their Situational Contexts in All in the Family. MA thesis. Helsinki: University of Helsinki. Cites Croom 2013a

Kádár, D. Z. & Szalai, A. (2019). The socialization of interaction rituals: A case study of ritual cursing as a form of teasing in Romani. Pragmatics, 30, 15-39. Cites Croom 2013a.

Kajda, K. & Michalik, T. (2016). Recontextualization and reappropriation of an inverted pink triangle among gay-stupid groups in North America as an example of symbolic theft [Rekontekstualizacja i reapropriacja odwróconego różowego trójkąta wśród grup gejowskolesbijskich w Ameryce Północnej jako przykład kradzieży symbolicznej]. InterAlia: A Journal of Queer Studies, 11, 170-183. Cites Croom 2011.

Kamilaki, M. (2017). “You deal with me, how stupid you are!” Taboo words and sociolinguistic identities in modern Greek song [«Μαζί μου ασχολείσαι, πόσο μαλάκας είσαι!»: Λέξεις-ταμπού και κοινωνιογλωσσικές ταυτότητες στο σύγχρονο ελληνόφωνο τραγούδ]. In T. Georgakopoulos, T. S. Pavlidou, M. Pechlivanos, A. Alexiadou, J. Androutsopoulos, A. Kalokairinos, S. Skopeteas & K. Stathi (Eds.), Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Greek Linguistics (pp. 449-464). Berlin: Free University of Berlin. Cites Croom 2013a.

Kang, M. A. & Chen, K. H. Y. (2017). Gender stereotype as a vehicle for social change? The case of the Kong girl. Gender and Language, 11, 460-481. Cites Croom 2013a and Croom 2014b.

Karpavičiūtė, S. (2016). Nurses’ Subjective Health, Stres, Fatigue, and the Effects of Participation in Artistic Activities [Slaugytojų subjektyvi sveikata, patiriamas stresas, nuovargis ir dalyvavimo meninėje veikloje poveikis]. PhD thesis. Kaunas: Lithuanian University of Health Sciences. Cites Croom 2015b.

Katch, V. (2017). Can music heal? Michigan Today, 8 January. Cites Croom 2012b.

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Kawate, S. & Patil, K. (2017). Analysis of foul language usage in social media text conversation. International Journal of Social Media and Interactive Learning Environments, 5, 227-251. Cites Croom 2011.

Kax, T. & Nilsson, J. (2016). Nursing Measures to Prevent Patients’ Preoperative Worry and Anxiety: A Literature Review [Omvårdnadsåtgärder för att förebygga patienters preoperativa oro och ångest.: En litteraturöversikt]. BA thesis. Skövde: University of Skövde. Cites Croom 2012b.

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Kevorkian, G. (2019). Radio musicheh?: A pilot model for research on inclusion of refugees in asylum seeker centres. In European Music Council (Eds.), Snapshots on Music and Heritage in Europe (pp. 140-149). Cites Croom 2015c.

Kim, G. (2019). From Factory Girls to K-Pop Idol Girls: Cultural Politics of Developmentalism, Patriarchy, and Neoliberalism in South Korea’s Popular Music Industry. New York: Rowman and Littlefield. Cites Croom 2015c.

Kirk-Giannini, C. D. (2018). Slurs are directives. American Philosophical Association Pacific Division Ninety-Second Annual Meeting, 29 March. San Diego: The American Philosophical Association. Cites Croom 2011.

Kirk-Giannini, C. D. (2019). Slurs are directives. Philosophers’ Imprint, 19, 48. Cites Croom 2011.

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Kjølsen, L. M. S. (2016). Twerk: A Feminist Practice? [Twerk: En Feministik Praksis?] Copenhagen: University of Copenhagen. Cites Croom 2011.

Klímová, B., Kuča, K. & Vališ, M. (2019). Music therapy in the management of dementia. Current Psychiatry Research and Reviews, 15, 20-25. Cites Croom 2015c.

Knežević, A. (2017). Do Swearing and Insults Show the Relationship Between the Ethnic Majority and Minorities in Croatia? [Pokazuju li psovke i uvrede odnos etničke većine i manjina u Hrvatskoj?]. BA thesis. Zadar: University of Zadar. Cites Croom 2013a.

Knuit, I. R. (2015). The Image of the Drug War in the Dutch Press [La imagen de la guerra al narco en la prensa holandesa]. MA thesis. Utrecht: Utrecht University. Cites Croom 2008.

Koehler, F. & Neubauer, A. B. (2019). From music making to affective well-being in everyday life: The mediating role of need satisfaction. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts. Cites Croom 2015c.

Kohlová, P. (2019). Korean Immigrants in Native Speaker by Chang-rae Lee and Clay Walls by Ronyoung Kim. MA thesis. Pardubice: University of Pardubice. Cites Croom 2018.

Komova, E. (2014). Finding the Impetus for Linguistic Diversification: A Causal Analysis of the Grammatical and Semantic Broadening of Aware. MA thesis. Vancouver: University of British Columbia. Cites Croom 2012a.

Kostorz, K. & Skorupińska, A. (2017). The intensity of mood regulation of people practicing martial arts and sports against the background of people not training melee [Natężenie regulacji nastroju ćwiczących sztuki i sporty walki na tle osób nietrenujących walki wręcz]. Scientific Dissertations of the University of Physical Education in Wrocław [Rozprawy Naukowe Akademii Wychowania Fizycznego we Wrocławiu], 56, 73-87. Cites Croom 2014e.

Kotarba, J. A. (Ed.) (2017). Understanding Society through Popular Music (Third Edition). New York: Routledge. Cites Croom 2015c.

Kotarska, K., Nowak, L., Szark-Eckardt, M. & Nowak, M. A. (2019). Selected healthy behaviors and quality of life in people who practice combat sports and martial arts. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16, 875. Cites Croom 2014e.

Kotarska, K., Nowak, L., Szark-Eckardt, M. & Nowak, M. A. (2019). Intensity of health behaviors in people who practice combat sports and martial arts. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16, 2463. Cites Croom 2014e.

Krause, A. E., Davidson, J. W. & North, A. C. (2018). Musical activity and well-being: A new quantitative measurement instrument. Music Perception, 35, 454-474. Cites Croom 2015c.

Krause, A. E., Maurer, S. & Davidson, J. W. (2020). Characteristics of self-reported favorite musical experiences. Music and Science, 3. Cites Croom 2015c

Krueger, J. (2014). Affordances and the musically extended mind. Frontiers in Psychology, 4, 1003. Cites Croom 2012b.

Kühn, R. (2018). An Investigation into the Motivation of South African Orchestral Musicians Studying at Tertiary Level. MM thesis. Stellenbosch: Stellenbosch University. Cites Croom 2015c.

Kwon, S., Choi, B. & Park, S. (2019). Effects of student- and school-level music concert attendance on subjective well-being: A longitudinal study of Korean adolescents. International Journal of Music Education. Cites Croom 2015c.

Kympouropoulos, S. P. (2014). Sexuality and Disability: Psychopathology of a Need.[Σεξουαλικότητα και αναπηρία: η ψυχοπαθολογία μιας ανάγκης]. MA thesis. Athens: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Cites Croom 2011.

Lahn, J. W. (2013). Problematizing the Victim/Survivor Binary: Letting Stories of Sexual Violence Breathe Through Feminist Narratives. MA thesis. Montreal: McGill University. Cites Croom 2011.

Lamont, A. & Ranaweera, N. A. (2019). Knit one, play one: Comparing the effects of amateur knitting and amateur music participation on happiness and wellbeing. Applied Research in Quality of Life. Cites Croom 2015c.

Landau, A. T. & Limb, C. J. (2017). The neuroscience of improvisation. Music Educators Journal, 103, 27-33. Cites Croom 2012b.

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Lawendowski, R., Bereznowski, P., Wróbel, W. K., Kierzkowski, M. & Atroszko, P. A. (2019). Study addiction among musicians: Measurement, and relationship with personality, social anxiety, performance, and psychosocial functioning. Musicae Scientiae. Cites Croom 2015c.

Lawendowski, R. & Besta, T. (2020). Is participation in music festivals a self-expansion opportunity? Identity, self-perception, and the importance of music’s functions. Musicae Scientiae, 24, 206-226. Cites Croom 2015c.

Lawendowski, R., Besta, T. & Drzewiczewska, M. (2017). The development of musical identity in the perspective of dialogue with others [Rozwój tożsamości muzycznej w perspektywie dialogu z innymi]. Miscellanea Anthropologica et Sociologica, 18, 139-160. Cites Croom 2015c.

Le Roux, F. H. & Sauer, C. (2016). Integration of spirituality, music and emotions in health care. Music and Medicine, 8. Cites Croom 2012b.

Lee, H. Y. (2020). Do the locals really feel good? Understanding wellbeing in volunteer tourism from the perspectives of host communities in Mongolia. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change. Cites Croom 2015c.

Lee, J. K. (2019). An analysis of the application condition for the newly-coined Korean word “썸타다”. Analytic Philosophy: Journal of the Korean Society for Analytic Philosophy, 41, 61-80. Cites Croom 2013a.

Lee, J., Davidson, J. W. & Krause, A. E. (2016). Older people’s motivations for participating in community singing in Australia. International Journal of Community Music, 7, 191-206. Cites Croom 2015c.

Lee, J., Krause, A. E. & Davidson, J. W. (2017). The PERMA well-being model and music facilitation practice: Preliminary documentation for well-being through music provision in Australian schools. Research Studies in Music Education, 39, 73-89. Cites Croom 2015c.

Lee, M. (2019). Not Your Token Asian. BA thesis. Boston: Northeastern University. Cites Croom 2011.

Legaspe, J. D. & Stainton, R. (2020). Emotions, offense, and sociolinguistic register: The case of the “detached use” of slurs. Critica, 51, 3-29. Cites Croom 2011.

Lehmann, O. V. & Klempe, S. H. (2017). “The tune without the words”: Dickinson’s verses in a jazz ensemble – a case study on the poetics of music and the musicality of poetry. In O. V. Lehmann, N. Chaudhary, A. C. Bastos & E. Abbey (Eds.), Poetry and Imagined Worlds (pp. 175-195). London: Palgrave Macmillan. Cites Croom 2012b.

Leitner, M. (2015). Conflicts in Early Modern Scottish Letters and Law-Courts. PhD thesis. Glasgow: University of Glasgow. Cites Croom 2013a.

Lepistö, E. (2017). “Is This a Good Comp?” Strengthening First Class Social Skills Through Music Education [“Onks tää susta hyvä komppi?”: ensimmäisen luokan sosiaalisten taitojen vahvistaminen musiikkikasvatuksen kautta]. MA thesis. Jyväskylä: University of Jyväskylä. Cites Croom 2015c.

Leubner, D. & Hinterberger, T. (2017). Reviewing the effectiveness of music interventions in treating depression. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1109. Cites Croom 2012b.

Leung, M. C. & Cheung, R. Y. M. (2020). Music engagement and well-being in Chinese adolescents: Emotional awareness, positive emotions, and negative emotions as mediating processes. Psychology of Music, 48, 105-119. Cites Croom 2015c.

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Lewis, M. (2014). “You’re Not Like Other” Hate Speech. MA thesis. Cleveland: Case Western Reserve University. Cites Croom 2011.

Li, J. (2013). On the Borderline: An Exploratory Study of the Narratives of Borderline Personality Disorder and the Contestations of Psychomedical Discourse and Power. MA thesis. Chicago: University of Chicago. Cites Croom 2011.

Li, J. (2018). When a koiné meets larger lingua francas: Attrition of English loanwords in Shanghainese induced by new language contacts. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 40, 721-736. Cites Croom 2013a.

Lin, C. H. (2015). The Creative Process of Choreography and Performance: The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Within Dance/Movement Therapy. MA thesis. Chicago: Columbia College Chicago. Cites Croom 2012b.

Lin, F., Zheng, Y., Pan, L. & Zuo, Z. (2020). Attenuation of noisy environment-induced neuroinflammation and dysfunction of learning and memory by minocycline during perioperative period in mice. Brain Research Bulletin, 159, 16-24. Cites Croom 2012b.

Linde-Usiekniewicz, J. (2020). Towards a relevance-theoretic account of hate speech. In A. Piskorska (Ed.), Relevance Theory, Figuration, and Continuity in Pragmatics (pp. 229-257). Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Cites Croom 2014b.

Lindemann, J. L. (2018). Semantics for pejoratives: Counter-arguments to semantic innocence [Semántica para pejorativos: Contra-argumentos a inocencia semántica]. Polemica, 18, 37-49. Cites Croom 2014b.

Lindvang, C. & Beck, B. (2015). Problem based learning as a shared musical journey – group dynamics, communication and creativity. Journal of Problem Based Learning in Higher Education, 3, 1-19. Cites Croom 2015c.

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Liu, L., Xiao, X., Liu, L., Xu, L., Zhang, X. & Li, Y. (2019). Children’s quality-based resource allocation in different involvement contexts: The role of in-group favoritism. Acta Psychologica Sinica, 51, 584-597. Cites Croom 2016.

Liu, W. X. (2017). Indexicality in Digital Language: A Multimodal Analysis of zhang-bei wen Delivered by Taiwanese Middle-Aged People Using Line Software. MA thesis. Kaohsiung: National Sun Yat-sen University. Cites Croom 2013a.

Lo Guercio, N. (2020). Slurs and antipresuppositions. FiLingSUR II, 23-24 March. Buenos Aires: Argentine Society for Philosophical Analysis. Cites Croom 2013a.

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Lorenz, D. (2020). My unique poem is me: Our poems are universal. A creative interactive poetry therapy inquiry. Journal of Poetry Therapy. Cites Croom 2015b.

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Lorenzi, M. E. (2017). “Queer”, “transpedegouine”, “tordues”, between adaptation and reclamation, the dynamics of translation at the heart of language creations in queer feminist activism. Glad! Journal on Language, Gender, Sexuality, 2, 462. Cites Croom 2011.

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Macagno, F. (2019). Emotive meaning in political argumentation. Informal Logic, 39, 229-261. Cites Croom 2011 and Croom 2014b.

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Mellema, P. (2020). Do Laudatives Really Mirror Pejoratives? MA thesis. Nijmegen: Radboud University Nijmegen. Cites Croom 2013a and Croom 2014b.

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Milheiro Pimenta, R. (2018). An Ethnographic Study of Adolescent Girls’ Experiences of and Enjoyment in a New Zealand School Sport Basketball Team. PhD thesis. Christchurch: University of Canterbury. Cites Croom 2015c.

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Mladenović, J., Frey, J., Bonnet-Save, M., Mattout, J. & Lotte, F. (2017). The impact of flow in an EEG-based brain computer interface. 7th International BCI Conference. Cites Croom 2015c.

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