Using Think-Aloud Protocols to investigate the translation process : methodological aspects

@inproceedings{Bernardini1999UsingTP,
  title={Using Think-Aloud Protocols to investigate the translation process : methodological aspects},
  author={Silvia Bernardini},
  year={1999}
}
In the last decade, Think Aloud Protocols (TAPs) have become a major instrument in process-oriented Translation Studies (TS). However, the serious questions regarding the experimental validity of this research methodology when applied to the translation process has been systematically reviewed in the literature. Theoretical justifications have been imported from psychology and related disciplines without questioning their applicability to the new experimental settings, and the validity of the… CONTINUE READING

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