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Theresa Bugler

Theresa Bugler

Education/Degrees
  • M.A., Linguistics, Gallaudet University
  • B.S., Special Education, Deaf & Hard of Hearing, Kent State University
  • A.A.S., ASL/English Interpreting, Iowa Western Community College
Research Interests
  • Prosodic features in native ASL users vs. non-native ASL users
  • Overlap, interruptions, and cooperation in interpreted discourse
  • Linguistic clarification triggers
  • Coordination of turn-taking
  • Nonce borrowing in video relay settings
Selected Papers & Presentations
  • Bugler, T., & Cristlieb, B. (2014, February). Incorporating sign variations in ASL curricula. Presentation given at the Florida American Sign Language Teachers Association, Orlando, Florida.
  • Bugler, T., & Pope, J. (2006, December). Variation in video relay interpreting: clarification triggers during interpreted discourse. Presentation given at RID Region IV Conference, Bozeman, Montana.
  • Bugler, T., & Pope, J. (2006, May). Variation in video relay interpreting: clarification triggers during interpreted discourse. Graduate Research Writing Award, Gallaudet University.

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