Dawn M. Wessling

M. Ed., Special Ed, ASL/English Interpreting, University of North Florida
B.S., Psychology, University of Maryland University College

Research Interests
Cognition in natural ASL discourse versus interpreted discourse, cognition during interpretation/translation process, interpreted emotional utterances, spoken English accent, second career interpreters and interpreters from outside the Deaf community, homophones in ASL

Selected Publications 
Ehrlich, S., & Wessling, D. M. (forthcoming). Modality of instruction in interpreter education. Sign Language Studies.

Ehrlich, S. & Wessling, D. M. (2017, March). Language shaming in interpreter education. Poster presentation at the Symposium Signed Language Interpretation & Translation Research. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University.

Wessling, D. M., & Shaw, S. (2014). Persistent emotional extremes and video relay service interpreters. Journal of Interpretation, 23 (1), Article 6. Available at http://digitalcommons.unf.edu/joi/vol23/iss1/

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