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Translation, Cognition & Behavior (TCB) focuses on a broad area of research generally known as cognitive translation studies – a term that encompasses new conceptual paradigms being explored in cognitive translatology as well as traditional translation process research. Cognitive translation studies intersects with a number of disciplines, and the journal welcomes interdisciplinary research from philosophy, cognitive science, psychology, bilingualism studies, anthropology, artificial intelligence, ergonomics, and, indeed any discipline that can illuminate our understanding of the mental processes that underlie the complex observable behavior of cross-language communication. The overall objective of the journal is to connect rigorous descriptions of the observable activities of translators and interpreters – as the result of ethnographic, experimental or corpus research – to conceptions of the translating mind and brain. TCB will thus publish empirical and theoretical contributions focusing on the cognitive and behavioral aspects of a broad range of cross-language activities including all kinds of translation and interpreting tasks and subtasks, but also other unique forms of communicative mediation, professional or otherwise.

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company

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Volume 1, Number 1, 2 March 2018

Order effects in the translation process
pp. 1-20(20)
Authors: Mellinger, Christopher D.; Hanson, Thomas A.

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Meaning and words in the conference interpreter’s mind
pp. 21-41(21)
Author: Chmiel, Agnieszka

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Lexical access in trilinguals
pp. 42-73(32)
Authors: Aparicio, Xavier; Lavaur, Jean-Marc

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Investigating problem-solving strategies of translation trainees with high and low levels of self-efficacy
pp. 74-97(24)
Authors: Araghian, Roya; Ghonsooly, Behzad; Ghanizadeh, Afsaneh

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Decision-making processes in direct and inverse translation through retrospective protocols
pp. 98-118(21)
Authors: Ferreira, Aline; Gottardo, Alexandra; Schwieter, John W.

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The effect of explanatory captions on the reception of foreign audiovisual products
pp. 119-146(28)
Authors: Zheng, Binghan; Xie, Mingqing

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Translation competence from the acquisition point of view
pp. 147-167(21)
Author: Kumpulainen, Minna

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The development of the TPR-DB as Grounded Theory Method
pp. 168-193(26)
Authors: Carl, Michael; Schaeffer, Moritz

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