There are few fabulous actresses whose voices are voices of music. Every time I listen to them speaking, I am always enchanted and wish I would be able to speak as they do when I speak English. They are Julie Andrews, Emma Thompsons, and Cate Blanchett.
Julie and Carol at the Carnegie Hall
I love their performance; it's elegant but also hilarious. Both of them were really talented.
Julie Andrews and Gene Kelly - Tapping Game
This short film always makes me watch The Sound Of Music and Singing In The Rain again. Those two musical films are classic.
Mama Cass Elliot and Julie Andrews
The sound quality isn't good, but their voices still linger in my mind. I often hum the songs they sang. I wish there is a DVD of their performance available.
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LABS AND BLOGS OF PSYCHOLOGY
- Emotion Rules
- Change Detection: Attention, Memory and Decision
- Cognitive Training
- Kensinger/Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Lab (Boston College)
- Lisa F. Barrett/Interdisciplinary Affective Science Lab (Boston College)
- Diego Pizzagalli/Affective Neuroscience Laboratory (Harvard)
- Brian Scholl/Perception and Cognition Lab (Yale)
- Lynn Hasher/Hasher Aging & Cognition Lab (Toronto)
- Kevin Oshsner/Social Cognitive Neuroscience (Columbia)
- Roberto Cabeza and Kevin LaBar/Center for Cognitive Neuroscience (Duke)
- Laura Carstensen/Life-span Development Laboratory (Stanford)
- Elizabeth Phelps/THe Phelps Lab (NYU)
- James Gross/The Stanford Psychophysiology Laboratory
- Mara Mather/Emotion and Cogntion Lab (USC)
- Psychology Software Tools, Inc.