Professional Information
Branka
Zei Pollermann
Director
Vox Institute SA
Education
Education, Honors & Awards
PhD in psychology -Geneva University, Two MAs (University of Zagreb (Croatia);
PhD in Psychology from Geneva University (1980); MA in linguistics (Geneva University), and English and Italian language and literature (Zagreb University).
Postgraduate studies covered the fields of phonetics, philosophy and sociology, speech pathology
1980
Yes
Honorary Life Member of The Pacific Voice and Speech Foundation (PVSF), California.
Personal Information
Geneva
ISCA; SSP; AAAC; AISD; ISRE; Société Suisse de Psychologie; Association for the Advancement of Affective Computing; Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour; International Speech Communication Association; International Society for Research on Emotion; The Pacific Voice and Speech Foundation (PVSF)
Reading; Philosophy; Rhetoric
Sister, Maja Rijavec
Branka Zei Pollermann’s professional profile is multi-disciplinary. Her academic credentials include: a doctorate in cognitive psychology (Geneva University), diplomas in linguistics (Geneva University), and English and Italian language and literature (Zagreb University). Her postgraduate studies covered the fields of phonetics, philosophy and sociology. Branka Zei Pollermann is author of numerous publications. Branka Zei Pollermann held part-time teaching and research positions at Geneva University (Faculty of Psychology 9 yrs), Geneva University Hospitals (Dpt. of psychosomatic medicine 17 yrs), Zagreb University (Phonetics Institute 7 yrs) and CERN (11yrs).
More than 25 years
Scientific assessment of vocal and nonverbal behaviour, Vox Performance® Vox - a computerised Voice Audit, Non-verbal Impact ® Analysis of facial expressions and nonverbal behaviour.
Branka Zei Pollermann’s professional profile is multi-disciplinary. Her academic credentials include: a doctorate (PhD) in cognitive psychology (Geneva University), diplomas in linguistics (Geneva University), and English and Italian language and literature (Zagreb University). Her postgraduate studies covered the fields of phonetics, philosophy and sociology. Dr. Pollermann is author of numerous publications, http://www.vox-institute.ch/eng/publications: She held part-time teaching and research positions at Geneva University (Faculty of Psychology), Geneva University Hospitals (Dpt. of psychosomatic medicine), Zagreb University (Phonetics Institute) and CERN. In 1988 and in parallel to her scientific work, she founded Vox Institute - a training and research institute specialized in the measurement of acoustic and nonverbal dimensions of speech communication.
Cognition & Emotion Magazine
Measurement of acoustic features and nonverbal behaviour in Speech Communication; Measurement of emotional climatr at work and its impact on health and motivation.
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