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Online Workshop: Affective factors in Translation Process Research

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To Feel or not to Feel? That is the Question:
International Online Workshop on Affective factors in Translation Process Research
Aston University, Birmingham (UK)
06 December 2013
Please remember that there will be no participation fee for the conference. However, online registration is required on the conference website in order to access the conference on the day. To register, please go to: http://www.processresearch2013.com

The workshop programme is the following:

10-10.30 Introduction

10.30-11.15 Emotion Regulation and Professional Translation Séverine Hubscher-Davidson (Aston University)

11.15-12.00 Break

12.00-12.45 Poles apart? The personality profiles of advanced language learners Alexandra Rosiers, Hildegard Vermeiren and June Eyckmans (University Association Ghent)

12.45-13.30 A tale of two empathies: their relation to other process-relevant cognitive and affective factors in translation, their role in target audience orientation Matthias Apfelthaler (University of Graz)

13.30-14.30 Lunch

14.30-15.15 Influences of emotion on cognitive processing in translation - A framework and some empirical evidence Caroline Lehr (University of Geneva)

15.15-16.00 Does personality matter? Exploring individual difference in interpreters Karen Bontempo (Macquarie University)

16-16.15 Conclusion

Abstracts will soon be uploaded on the workshop website.

Please note that details of technical requirements to access the conference are also available on the website. Do not hesitate to contact David Pollard (d.j.pollard1@aston.ac.uk) for any technical questions, or Claudine Borg (borgc@aston.ac.uk) for registration enquiries.

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