Jerrin George explains how the Gish Approach to Information Processing can help deaf interpreters manage the amount of information they need to process when interpreting.

Title Screen: grey background with the title “The Gish Model by Jerrin George.”  Jerrin George sits in front of brown wood wall.  He has short black hair, beard, and moustache.  He has brown skin and is wearing a light blue button full sleeve shirt.  The CATIE Center logo is in the lower right corner of the screen.


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