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may I have some articles about interpreting? especially from the view of neurolinguistics . I mean about how the brain of an interpreter works at the moment of interpreting?

asked 26 Aug '13, 23:37

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(27 Aug '13, 04:31) Gaspar ♦♦

You could also go through one of the research journals which feature many research articles on conference interpreting. Try e.g. META: http://meta.erudit.org/. Furthermore, see http://cirinandgile.com/.

Do you know "Introducing Interpreting Studies" by Franz Pöchhacker (2004)? This would give you a good overview of interpreting research and general orientation where to look for further articles.

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answered 27 Aug '13, 05:30

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edited 27 Aug '13, 05:33

I don't quite understand what you are looking for exactly but thought that might interest you and help you in your research:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYx0Mvy4qbI

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answered 27 Aug '13, 05:01

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If you are a member of LinkedIn, please, feel free to sign up to my group called Teaching Simultaneous Interpretation. I post a few links to papers on SI there. http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Teaching-Simultaneous-Interpretation-3919168?trk=my_groups-b-grp-v

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answered 06 Oct '13, 22:14

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