Bridging the Gap: Empirical research in simultaneous by Sylvie Lambert, Barbara Moser-Mercer

By Sylvie Lambert, Barbara Moser-Mercer

Analyzing has been a ignored zone because the overdue Nineteen Seventies. Sylvie Lambert and Barbara Moser-Mercer have tried to provide a brand new impulse to educational study in print with this selection of 30 articles discussing numerous facets of reading grouped in three sections: I. Pedagogical matters, II. Simultaneous interpretation, III. Neuropsychological research.Being a certified interpreter will not be enough to provide an explanation for what interpretation is all approximately and the way it's going to be practised and taught. the aim of this choice of stories on non-arbitrary, empirical examine of simultaneous and sign-language interpretation, designed to bridge the distance among vocational and medical features of an interpreter’s abilities, is to teach that the learn of convention interpretation, in terms of medical experimental equipment, as tedious and speculative as they might usually look, is certain to give a contribution considerably to normal wisdom during this box and feature tangible and functional repercussions. The individuals are experts from world wide. advent via Barbara Moser-Mercer.

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1991. "Experimentation in Translation Studies: Achievements, Prospects and some Pitfalls". Sonja Tirkonnen-Condit. ed. Empirical Research in Translation and Intercultural Studies: Selected Papers of the TRANSIF Seminar, Savonlinna 1988. Tübingen: Gunter Narr. 45-66. Treisman, A. 1965. "The Effects of Redundancy and Familiarity on Translation and Repeating Back a Native and Foreign Language". British Journal of Psychology 56. 369-379. Viezzi, M. "Information Retention as a Parameter for the Comparison of Sight Translation and Simultaneous Interpretation: An Experimental Study".

The methods, potential difficulties and ways around them as well as a timetable should be clear from the start. The advice of more experienced I/T researchers should be very useful in this respect. - Research advisors: Pending the arrival of a generation of well-trained I/T researchers, it seems advisable to have two advisors, one from I/T and the other from science, preferably from psychology or linguistics, even if only one of them is the official advisor. Of course, each advisor must be openminded enough to welcome the contribution of the other.

3. Interdisciplinary Contacts Another role of institutions with respect to I/T research is to establish and improve interdisciplinary contacts. This can be done by inviting scientists from other disciplines such as linguistics, philosophy of science, and psychology, to lecture to students or to participate in I/T research projects. This can also be done by actively fostering information exchanges, for instance by sending such scientists information about I/T studies and projects which could be of interest to them.

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