Sylvie Lambert

List of John Benjamins publications for which Sylvie Lambert plays a role.


Bridging the Gap: Empirical research in simultaneous interpretation

Edited by Sylvie Lambert and Barbara Moser-Mercer

[Benjamins Translation Library, 3] 1994. 362 pp.
Subjects Interpreting


Darò, Valeria, Sylvie Lambert and Franco Fabbro 1996 Conscious monitoring of attention during simultaneous interpretationInterpreting 1:1, pp. 101–124 | Article
This study addresses for the first time on an experimental level the question of whether different modalities of conscious monitoring of attention (normal condition, attention focalization on the input, attention focalization on the output, condition with two voices) may affect the number and the… read more
Ilg, Gerard and Sylvie Lambert 1996 Teaching consecutive interpretingInterpreting 1:1, pp. 69–99 | Article
The authors provide two perspectives on the teaching of consecutive interpreting: The pragmatic approach and the cognitive justification. Consecutive interpreting is described as requiring outstanding skills in language comprehension and production; the article provides relevant exercises to… read more
This article focuses on the versatility of the cloze technique, as a tool not only for measuring second-language proficiency, but also for selecting and training both translators (written cloze) and interpreters (aural cloze). When presented auditorily, the cloze test discriminates pass and fail… read more