Published Conference Proceedings
2. Bodie, G. D. (2007). There’s the future, what do we do with it? A summary of four interconnected research initiatives. In M. Imhoff (Ed.), Listen and make the connection! Proceedings of the 28th annual convention of the International Listening Association, Frankfurt, Germany (pp. 13-20). Lektorat: Der Andere Verlag. [pdf]
1. Halley, R. D., Janusik, L. A., & Bodie, G. D. (2007). The ghosts of listening past, present and future: A primer on where we’ve been, where we are, and where we’re going as a field. In M. Imhoff (Ed.), Listen and make the connection! Proceedings of the 28th annual convention of the International Listening Association, Frankfurt, Germany (pp. 3-11). Lektorat: Der Andere Verlag. [pdf]
2. Bodie, G. D., Janusik, L. A., & Valikoski, T-R. (2008). Priorities of listening research: Four interrelated initiatives. A white paper sponsored by the Research Committee of the International Listening Association. Available at www.listen.org.
1. Whitten, P., Dutta, M. J., Carpenter, S., & Bodie, G. D. (2007). Reporting adverse medical events in Indiana: News media and health provider perceptions and expectations. Regenstrief Center for Healthcare Engineering Publications. Available at http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1038&context=rche_rp.
Invited Lectures and Keynote Addresses (since 2012)
Putting Listening in Its Place - Invited Keynote Address to Prologos Association, Vuorovaikutuksen tutkimuksen päivät, University of Tampere, Finland, 7 October 2016 [Powerpoint Slides]
Listening In(To) Relationships – Invited Lecture to Interpersonal Relationships Consortium, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, March 2015 [Abstract]
“Patients as Members of Dynamic Social Networks” – Invited Keynote Address to First Annual Transforming Healthcare through the Power of Listening conference (October 30, 2014) [You Tube]
Machines Don't Listen (But Neither Do People). A Keynote Address prepared for the Interdisciplinary Workshop on Feedback Behaviors in Dialog, September 8, 2012. [Abstract]