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1. BOOKS

The Phonetic Alphabet (1954) Dubuque: Wm. C. Brown Co.  [A workbook for learning the International Phonetic Alphabet and several phonemic symbol systems.]

(with Martin T. Todaro)The Phonetic Alphabet(1971)Revised edition, and Third Edition, (1983). New York: McGraw-Hill.

(with Ray Flugel) Foundations of Air Power (1958). Maxwell AFB, Ala.: Air University.

The Air Force Staff Officer (1958). Maxwell AFB, Ala.: Air University. [Accompanied by a 156-page "Student Workbook" and a 145-page "Instructor's Guide."  [Used in the USAF and in the air forces of several allied nations.]

The Language of the Air Force in English (1976). New York: Regents Pub. Co.   [A volume in Regents' ESL "Careers in English" series.  Out of print at Regents in 1984, but reprinted for use in 1985 and 1986 for use at the Egyptian Air Academy by arrangement between Telemedia, Inc. and the author].

2. CHAPTERS IN BOOKS, ETC.

"The Rhetorical Principles of Aristotle, Cicero and Quintillion as They Appear in the Dale Carnegie Course in Public Speaking," (monograph) New York: Dale Carnegie and Co., 1949.

"Programming thinking," in Ofiesh and Meierhenry, Trends in Programmed Instruction (1964). Washington, DC: National Education Assoc. and National Society for Programmed Instruction.

"Three misconceptions of communication," in N. G. Juleus, Perspectives in Public Speaking (1966). New York: American Book Co.

"Evaluation in individualized language instruction systems," in Proceedings of Seminar V (1974). Presidio of Monterey, Calif.: Defense Language Institute.

"Some important oddities of English spoken numbers," in M. K. Burt and H. C. Dulay, On TESOL 1975; New directions in second language learning, teaching and bilingual education (1975). Washington, DC: Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages.

(with K. A. Harwood) "On definition of communication," in Eileen Hart, Communicating styles for managers (1978). New York, NY: Penton Learning Systems.

"Criterion testing of language skills," in Leslie Palmer, Papers on language testing: 1967-1974 (1975). Washington, DC: TESOL.

  --Also in Bilingual education for Latinos (1979). Washington,            D.C.: Assoc. for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

(with Calvin Peterson) "Some theoretical problems and practical solutions in language test validity," in Randall L. Jones and Bernard Spolsky, Proceedings of the international symposium on language testing (1975). Arlington, Va.: Center for Applied Linguistics.

"Some thoughts on individualization," in Donna Ilyin and Thomas Tragardh, Classroom practices in TESOL (1977). Washington, DC: TESOL.

"Alternative methods of oral proficiency assessment," in James R. Frith, Measuring spoken language proficiency (1980). Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.

"Instructional decisions and language tests: Matching the test to the decision," in Achara Wangsatorn, Ed., Trends in language programme evaluation (1986). Bangkok, Thailand: Chulalongkorn Univ. Press.

"The signals," (story) in Stanley Schmidt, Mind to mind: Tales of communication (1984). New York: Davis Publications, Inc.

"In olde Monterey," (1986). San Francisco: Candide Productions.  [An audio-tape walking tour, "Sound Trek," of historic sites in Monterey, California.]

“How poets communicate,”  in Literature and psychoanalysis: Proceedings of the 18th international conference on literature and psychoanalysis, May 2001. (2002) Lisbon:

"How a poet sees," Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Literature and Psychoanalysis, U. of Greenwich, England:On line at www.clas.edu/ipsa/2003/1PetSees.html

Institutio de Psicologia Aplicada.

3. PERIODICAL ARTICLES

A. ON COMMUNICATION AND COMMUNICATION THEORY

(with Kenneth Harwood) "Toward a general theory of communication," Audiovisual Communication Review, 1953, 1, 227-233.

(with Kenneth Harwood) "On definition of communication," Journal of Communication (1953), 3, 71-75.

(with Kenneth Harwood) "Cybernetics explained for instructors," Air Training and Development Informational Bulletin (1953), 4, 53-56.

"A glance at the history of international languages," Journal of Communication (1955), 5, 77-80.

(with Kenneth Harwood) "Some questions about attention," Journal of Communication (1958), 8, 106-110.

"The study of communication in 1970," Journal of Communication (1960) 10, 10-19.

"Ten Year Index of the Journal of Communication," Journal of Communication (1971), 11, insert.

"Three persistent misconceptions of communication," ETC.: A Review of General Semantics (1963), 20, 135-45.  [Also broadcast on KPFA, educational radio, in 1963.]

"Breaking down the barriers to world-wide communication," The Toastmaster  (1964) 30, 8-12.  (An invitational keynote address to the Toastmasters International Convention, Denver, Sept., 1964.]

"The signals," Analog: Science Fact/Science Fiction, July 1966.  [A story with a "moral" on communication research.  See FICTION category below for three more stories with similar themes.]

"Occam's razor and Juliet’s Rose," Performance and Instruction (1989) 28, 2, pp. 29-31.  (On the language of performance technology.)

"But what IS it, really?" Performance and Instruction, (1989) 28, 5, pp. 35-36.  [About E'.  More on the language of performance and instruction technology.]

"Words about media selection," Performance and Instruction (1992) 31,1, pp. 9-14.

B. ON MILITARY EDUCATION AND TRAINING

"Speech education in the Air Force," Education, 1956, 77, 117-122.

"The teaching of communication in the Air University," Air University Newsletter, 5,2, 10-26.

"From the ground up," USAF Filmstrip 56-3-PS, with tape-recorded sound, 1956.

"Observation," AFROTC Filmstrip with Instructor's Guide, 1962. [On observation of work behavior.  Widely used by the Air Training Command and also by the Navy.]

C. ON CREATIVE THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING

"Wake up your mind," AFROTC Filmstrip 56-3-PS, with tape-recorded sound, 1956.

"Blazing new trails in thinking," Journal of the American Dietetic Association (1958) 34, 124-8.

"Checklist for staffing problems," Hospital Nursing Newsletter (1958) 3, 1.

"Recognition of fallacious reasoning," (Maxwell AFB: Air Force ROTC, 1962).  [An experimental 'programmed instruction' lesson for staff officers.]

"Stop to think--Start to think," Journal of the American Dietetics Association, (November 1962).

"Start to think," Hospital Topics (April 1963).  [Abridged reprint of the item above.]

D.  ON PHONETICS

"A note on applied phonetics," Speech and Drama [England] (1952) 1, 8-9.

"Applied phonetics again," Speech and Drama (1953) 2, 8.

"It's only a dream," College English Association Critic (1957) 19, 2.  [On proposals for English spelling revision.]

Pronunciation Guide Air Science Terms. (1963)San Juan, Puerto Rico: AFROTC Detachment 755, 1963.  [A pronouncing dictionary for Spanish-speaking Air Force cadets.]

"Some important oddities of English phonetics," (1967). TESOL Quarterly, 2, 52-55.

"Whassa mispernunciation?" Defense Language Institute Forum (1974) 29-30. [On the important distinction between a mispronunciation and a misarticulation.]

E.  ON AUDIOLOGY

(with Peter Denes) "Frequency Differential Thresholds for Quality of Pure Tones," Nature [England](1951) 167, 204.

(with Peter Denes) "Difference limina for quality of pure tones: An exploratory study," Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (1951) 3, 89-91.

F.  ON LISTENING

"A terminology for the concept of 'Listenability'," Bulletin of the International Association of Teachers of speech and Drama [England] (1950) 16, 4-6.

"The social context of listenability research," Journal of Communication (1952) 2, 44-47.

"On definition of 'Listenability'," Southern Speech Journal (1952) 18, 20-23.

"Listenability and 'Human Interest'," Speech Monographs (1955) 22, 53-7.  [Report of Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. of Southern Calif., 1951.]

G.  ON PROGRAMMED INSTRUCTION AND INSTRUCTIONAL SYSTEMS

"Comparison of overt and covert responding on a programmed lesson assigned as homework," Journal of Programed Instruction (1963) 2, 13-19. Also in Allen Jack Edwards and Dale P. Scannell, Educational Psychology. (1969)Cleveland, Ohio: World Publishing Co.

"Are people pigeons?  Is programming progress?" AFROTC Education Bulletin  (1963) 20, 1-9.

  Reprinted in: USAF Instructor’s Journal (1964) 1, 26-30.

       Improving College and University Teaching (1966) 14.

       Clearing House, 1967, 41, 567-8. [Digest]

"After the programming fad fades, then what?" Audiovisual Communication Review (1963) 11, 3-9.

  Reprinted in: Visual Education [England] (April 1964) 2-5.

                Newsletter [for Girl Scout leaders] (1964) 29,7 [Digested].

"Text writer or textwright.” Journal of the National Society for Programmed Instruction. (1963) 2, 5-6.

"Another format for linear programs," Journal of the National Society for Programmed Instruction. (1965) 4, 7.

"The Liederkrantz response mode," Journal of the National Society for Programmed Instruction. (1965) 4, 11.

   Reprinted in: NSPI Journal (1979) 18, 4.

(with Silas Meckel) "Tape Recorded Programs with Minimum Visual Aids: Technical Note 1 on Programming American Language Instruction," [monograph] Pittsburgh, Pa.: American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences, (Feb. 1963)

"The Format of Printed Programmed Booklets,” Tech. Note 2 on Programming American Language Instruction," [monograph] Pittsburgh, Pa.:AIR (Feb. 1964).

"Some Problems of a Teaching Machine for Overseas Use: Tech. Note 3 on Programming American Language Instruction," [monograph] Pittsburgh, Pa.: AIR, (June 1964).

"Administrative Procedures and Validation Standards for Development of Programmed Instruction in American English: Tech. Note 5," Pittsburgh, Pa.: AIR, (1964).

H.  ON TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES, INCLUDING ENGLISH

"The DLI English Language Training Program," Speech for Foreign and Bilingual Students Newsletter (March 1967) 9-10.

"Teaching people to speak English: Where the action is," Speech for Foreign and Bilingual Students Newsletter (March 1967) 1-4.)

"The rebuttal," Speech for Foreign and Bilingual Students Newsletter (Sept., 1967) 6-8. [Reply to a response critical of the above article.]

"Criterion testing of language skills." TESOL Quarterly (1968) 2, 27-32.  [The first article ever published on language CRTs?]

"Is learning English worth the trouble, Miss Fidditch?" Foreign Language Annals (1972) 5, 331-340.  [On motivation.]

   Reprinted as pamphlet by Directorate, U.S. Dependent Schools, European Area, 1972.

"Motivating and demotivating language students," Medium [Canada] (1980) 5, 31-49.  [In both English and French.]

I.  MISCELLANEOUS

"English theater troupe brings down the house," The (Monterey, CA) Herald’s Weekend, (August 30, 1987) 3-4.  [About Richard Burbage and the history of the Globe Theatre, London.]

"Computerized service: 'For our convenience?' or what?" Weekend (Jan. 17, 1988) pp. 6-7.  [Mainly about computerization of banks.]

"01, 10, 11, 100." Analog (Sept. 1988) 107, p. 121. [This verse about binary arithmetic has frequently been reprinted in a variety of media.)

"Test Items."  A column on intelligence and other test forms in

Of Mice and Mensa, also regularly reprinted in Interloc. Both are publications of American Mensa, Ltd.  Monthly from Feb. 1986 to June 1990 and irregularly thereafter.

"Legend of the bike-bomber," Crosshairs (Dec. 1993) p. 32.

J. SCIENCE FICTION

"The Signals.” [Also noted above under COMMUNICATION THEORY.]

"The frequency of the signals," Analog (October 1986). [Another story with a "moral" about communication research.]

"The day the signals started," Analog (March 1991). [ditto]

"The day the signal stopped," Analog (Jan. 1993).  [ditto]

NOTES:
(1) This list does not include approximately 30 professional book reviews, 25 or 30 papers delivered at summer institutes, professional conventions, international symposia, as Invitational Lectures at universities, etc.  Nor does it include some published poetry, about a dozen radio plays, and some trivial articles.
(2) Beginning in 1999, Dr. Cartier has been writing a column, "Notes, Quotes and Anecdotes," in Mensa Research Journal.
(3) Someday, these references may be converted to the APA standards, but don’t hold your breath