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Simultaneous interpreting and working memory executive control

Bibliographic reference Timarova, Sarka ; Cenkova, Ivana ; Meylaerts, Reine ; Hertog, Erik ; Szmalec, Arnaud ; et. al. Simultaneous interpreting and working memory executive control. In: Interpreting, Vol. 16, no. 2, p. 139 - 168 (2014)
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