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The Importance of Non-verbal Communication in Professional Interpretation

  title={The Importance of Non-verbal Communication in Professional Interpretation},
  author={C. Besson and Daria Graf and Insa Hartung and Barbara Kropfh{\"a}usser and S{\'e}verine Voisard},
In order to be able to work properly interpreters need to make sense of non-verbal cues. Emotional intelligence is thus a sine qua non of their skill set. 
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    This paper was prepared for the "Introduction to Interpretation" course taught by Benoit Kremer in 2004. We thank Benoit and his students for their willingness to share their work with us
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