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Title:Interpreting at Neuropsychological Evaluation Appointments
Author(s):Lemari, Marion
Advisor(s):Pagura, Reynaldo J.
Department / Program:Center for Translation Studies
Discipline:Interpreting and Translation
Degree Granting Institution:University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Degree:M.A. (master's)
neuropsychological evaluation of bilinguals
foreign language interpreter
ethical issues interpreting
bilingual patient
working with interpreters
patient language proficiency
liaison interpreting
consecutive interpreting
untrained interpreters
trained interpreters
Alzheimer's and foreign language
language competency
language switching
monolingual neuropsychologists working with interpreters
medical interpreting
interpreting in the American healthcare system
cultural adviser
patient communication
cultural differences
non-verbal language
CHIA Standards
culture and language
bilingual testing
interpreting protocol
Geographic Coverage:United States of America
Abstract:This is a theoretical article/conceptional analysis that offers an interpreting and translation studies perspective on the interpreter’s role in a neuropsychological setting during the evaluation of bilingual patients in the United States. The paper also aims to emphasize the value of a collaboration between the foreign language interpreter, the patient, and the doctor as well as to cover the ethical issues discussed in the neuropsychological and psychological practice in connection with the use of trained and highly educated interpreters.
Issue Date:2019-04-24
Citation Info:Lemari, M. (2019). Interpreting at Neuropsychological Evaluation Appointments (Unpublished master's thesis). University of Illinois. Urbana-Champaign
Genre:Dissertation / Thesis
Date Available in IDEALS:2019-06-19

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