Kilian G. Seeber

List of John Benjamins publications for which Kilian G. Seeber plays a role.

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Amos, Rhona, Kilian G. Seeber and Martin J. Pickering 2023 Student interpreters predict meaning while simultaneously interpreting - even before trainingInterpreting 25:2, pp. 211–238
Prediction has long been considered advantageous in simultaneous interpreting, as it may allow interpreters to comprehend more rapidly and focus on their own production. However, evidence of prediction in simultaneous interpreting to date is relatively limited. In addition, it is unclear whether… read more | Article
Seeber, Kilian G., Laura Keller, Rhona Amos and Sophie Hengl 2019 Expectations vs. experience: Attitudes towards video remote conference interpretingInterpreting 21:2, pp. 270–304
The attitudes of interpreters providing video remote conference interpreting during the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ was analyzed using a mixed-methods approach. Quantitative and qualitative data pertaining to six deductive categories (general and specific attitudes towards remote interpreting, attitudes… read more | Article
Review
Seeber, Kilian G. 2015 Cognitive load in simultaneous interpreting: Measures and methodsInterdisciplinarity in Translation and Interpreting Process Research, Ehrensberger-Dow, Maureen, Susanne Göpferich and Sharon O'Brien (eds.), pp. 18–33
The mental effort required to perform a simultaneous interpreting task or the cognitive load generated by it has attracted the interest of many a researcher in the field. To date, however, there is little agreement on the most suitable method to measure this phenomenon. In this contribution, I set… read more | Article
Seeber, Kilian G. 2013 Cognitive load in simultaneous interpreting: Measures and methodsInterdisciplinarity in Translation and Interpreting Process Research, Ehrensberger-Dow, Maureen, Susanne Göpferich and Sharon O'Brien (eds.), pp. 18–32
The mental effort required to perform a simultaneous interpreting task or the cognitive load generated by it has attracted the interest of many a researcher in the field. To date, however, there is little agreement on the most suitable method to measure this phenomenon. In this contribution, I set… read more | Article
This paper sets out to describe and graphically illustrate the amount of cognitive load generated during the simultaneous interpretation of structurally different languages based on theories developed and evidence gathered in cognitive psychology and psycholinguistics. To that end, a German… read more | Article
Review