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    STUDIA PHILOLOGIA - Issue no. 1 / 2011  
         
  Article:   INTERPRETING AT THE DAWN OF THE 21ST CENTURY: AN INTEGRATING PROCESS MODEL / DOLMETSCHWISSENSCHAFT ZU BEGINN DES 21. JAHRHUNDERTS: EIN INTEGRATIV KONZIPIERTES DOLMETSCHPROZESSMODELL.

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  Abstract:  The study outlines a complex theoretical model of the interpretation process, based on the already existing models of the translation/interpretation processes and incorporating the various types and contexts of interpreting. It also offers new directions for validation, research, or hypotheses by focusing on: the role of the self in interpreting (the Self Concept); the development of a macrostrategy; the important role played by associative skills on connections and intuition; the interaction between the controlled component (a set of already internalized rules) and the uncontrolled one and the importance of the meta-cognitive control mechanism, of the central processor and of managing the workload.

Keywords: Process model, interpreting, macrostrategy, cognitive, working area, self concept, working memory, managing the workload, control instance 

 
         
     
         
         
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