Ivana Čeňková

List of John Benjamins publications for which Ivana Čeňková plays a role.


Timarová, Šárka, Ivana Čeňková, Reine Meylaerts, Erik Hertog, Arnaud Szmalec and Wouter Duyck 2015 Simultaneous interpreting and working memory capacityPsycholinguistic and Cognitive Inquiries into Translation and Interpreting, Ferreira, Aline and John W. Schwieter (eds.), pp. 101–126 | Article
The aim of the present exploratory correlational study was to test whether a relationship exists between working memory capacity (WMC) and simultaneous interpreting (SI) performance measures in a sample of professional interpreters. Twenty-eight professional interpreters, aged 25–55, were tested on… read more
Timarová, Šárka, Ivana Čeňková, Reine Meylaerts, Erik Hertog, Arnaud Szmalec and Wouter Duyck 2014 Simultaneous interpreting and working memory executive controlInterpreting 16:2, pp. 139–168 | Article
Working memory is a complex cognitive component responsible for maintenance of information during processing. Interpreting research has so far focused on working memory capacity rather than on the central executive functions. In the study described here, 28 professional interpreters completed a… read more
Čeňková, Ivana 2010 Sight translationHandbook of Translation Studies: Volume 1, Gambier, Yves and Luc van Doorslaer (eds.), pp. 320–323 | Article
Abstract/Résumé Retour and relay are now an everyday reality in European institutions, particularly with the last enlargements bringing in Eastern and Central European countries. The author mentions how retour was used in the case of less widely used languages on both national and private markets… read more
Čeňková, Ivana 2001 MA Theses in Prague: A supervisor’s accountGetting Started in Interpreting Research: Methodological reflections, personal accounts and advice for beginners, Gile, Daniel, Helle V. Dam, Friedel Dubslaff, Bodil Martinsen and Anne Schjoldager (eds.), pp. 69–85 | Article
Čeňková, Ivana 2000 À la mémoire de Ghelly Vasilievitch Chernov (1929–2000)Interpreting 5:1, pp. 57–61 | Miscellaneous
L'auteur, interprète professionnelle, enseignante et chercheur, décrit l'évolution de la recherche en interprétation en Europe centrale et orientale à travers l'évocation de son parcours personnel en Tchécoslovaquie. Les principaux centres de recherche étaient Moscou et Leipzig, et la recherche se… read more