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This paper focuses on aspects of the various forms of translation which the author believes are of special interest from a cognitive point of view. The author suggests a number of causes for the relative lack of interest that cognitive researchers have demonstrated in the study of translation. Subsequently, the author presents, in three separate sections, the three approaches that could profitably be taken – indeed, have been taken – in this study, organizing a number of the pertinent studies in these sections. The first topic is translation form and processing demands. The second topic looks into the relevance of natural translation. Next, the author investigates cognitive psychology and the study of translation. Next, she presents the three approaches.
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