Links in Book’s Footnotes and Bibliography

Here you will find references and sources mentioned in the book’s footnotes, endnotes, and bibliography.

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  2. The Human Voice: How this Extraordinary Instrument Reveals Essential Clues About Who We Are, by Anne Karpf
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  4. MOMPEÁN-GONZÁLEZ, J. A.; MONROY-CASAS, R. Nuclear Tones in English: The Case of Household Consumer Products TV Commercials. ReVEL, v. 8, n. 15, 2010
  5. Full text of Obama’s speech to UK parliament, May 25, 2011
  7. Teaching Simultaneous Interpretation,” LinkedIn Group
  8. Left and Right Ears Not Created Equal as Newborns Process Sound, UCLA/University of Arizona Scientists Discover by Elaine Schmidt |
  9. Can working in a call centre for 10 years cause my hearing loss? Hearing Aid Forums
  10. Maria José Fernandes Gimenes, Occupational Health, Medicine School Of University Of São Paulo And Medicine School Of Abc, São Paulo, Brazil. “Hearing loss in call center operators of an airline company in Brazil
  11. Remote Simultaneous Interpreting: Options and Standards by Cyril Flerov, eVoice
  12. Decibel Chart, NetWell Noise Control
  13. Acoustic shock and hearing damage with call centre agents by Erik Bouwer
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  15. Beyerdynamic DT 394 SIS headset designed specifically for simultaneous interpretation by Cyril Flerov
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  17. Shadowing” – what, how, when, why? by Christopher Guichot de Fortis
  18. Musical performance and simultaneous interpretation: multitasking processes in musical accompaniment and simultaneous interpretation” by  Magdalena Olivera Tovar-Espada
  19. Music and Language Syntax Interact in Broca’s Area: An fMRI Study.” PLOS ONE 10 (11): e0141069 or Broca’s Area processes both language and music at the same time
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  22. Their Finest Hour by Winston Churchill
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  24. (Link takes some time to open) Charlyn M. Laserna, Yi-Tai Seih, James W. Pennebaker “Um… Who Like Says You Know: Filler Word Use as a Function of Age, Gender, and Personality,” The Journal of Language and Social Psychology
  25. Michael S. A. Graziano, “Are We Really Conscious?”, The New York Times, 10 October 2014
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  27. Why the Brain Doubts a Foreign Accent by Matthew S. McGlone and Barbara Breckinridge, Scientific American, September 21, 2010
  28. Brum accent does badly in poll, ITV News
  29. Do People Really Fear Public Speaking More Than Death? by Chad Schultz, TM Vision
  30. 12 Ways To Release Muscle Tension (on the spot) by Carole Bourne
  31. Op.cit.
  32. Ali Darwish  “A Journalist’s Guide to Live Direct and Unbiased News Translation” , Writescope Publishers, 2010
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  35. Prior listening in rooms improves speech intelligibility by Eugene Brandewie and Pavel Zahorika, J Acoust Soc Am. 2010 Jul; 128(1): 291–299
  36. Reverberation, Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  37. Mon Hommage to Chuchotage: what is its Secret? by Cyril Flerov
  38. Climate, vocal folds, and tonal languages: Connecting the physiological and geographic dots by Caleb Everett, Damián E. Blasi, and Seán G. Roberts, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the united States of America,  vol. 112 no. 5,  1322–1327 
  39. Frances Rauscher, Bob Krauss, Yihsiu Chen “Gesture, Speech, and Lexical Access: The Role of Lexical Movements in Speech Production” and Why do we move our hands when we talk I: Finding the right words: Gestures help you find the right words by Art Markman Ph.D., Psychology Today, Apr 07, 2009
  40. Using Visualization in Simultaneous Interpretation: Creating Order from “Chaos” by Cyril Flerov



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