Eye Movements and Gestures in Simultaneous and Consecutive Interpreting [electronic resource] / by Katarzyna Stachowiak-Szymczak
- Second Language Learning and Teaching, 2193-7648
- Interpreting: Different Approaches Towards the 'Black Box' -- Look at what I'm Saying: Multimodality -- Cognitive Load in Interpreting -- Eye Movements and Gestures in Embodied Language Processing and Interpreting -- A Study: Interpreting Embodied in Eye and Hand Movements -- General Comments, Conclusions and Future Research.
- This book addresses eye movements and gestures as markers of language comprehension and production in interpreting as the "visible embodiment" of cognitive processing in simultaneous and consecutive interpreting. It discusses conference interpreting as a complex, multimodal activity where language processing is not restricted to auditory perception and oral production, highlighting the complexity of interpreting and exploring possible strategies that can be used by professional interpreters and students to make their work easier and more accurate.
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