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SOURCE:    Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2018. № 12. Part 1. P. 74-79.
SCIENTIFIC AREA:    Philological Sciences
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Balaganov Dmitrii Vladimirovich
Military University of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation

Submitted: 21.09.2018
Abstract. The article is devoted to stress influence on the process of simultaneous interpreting. It reveals the main parameters of the author’s psycholinguistic study, the objective of which is to establish the degree of change of a simultaneous interpreter’s linguistic consciousness due to increased stress load. In the paper, the author gives the results of the experiment, makes conclusions and supposes that in the process of simultaneous interpreting there is a change in the state of an individual’s linguistic consciousness. This fact should be taken into account when training future specialists in the field of simultaneous interpreting, as well as by practicing interpreters while carrying out their professional duties.
Key words and phrases: стресс, синхронный перевод, измененное состояние языкового сознания, когнитивные модули, когнитивная нагрузка, stress, simultaneous interpreting, altered state of linguistic consciousness, cognitive modules, cognitive load
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