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Mojtaba Amini
The University of Isfahan
Irán, República islámica de
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Azizollah Dabaghi
The University of Isfahan
Irán, República islámica de
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Dariush Nejadansari
The University of Isfahan
Irán, República islámica de
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Vol. 31 (2020), Artículos Originales, Páginas 479-502
DOI: https://doi.org/10.30827/sendebar.v31i0.11822
Recibido: ene 13, 2020 Aceptado: may 30, 2020 Publicado: oct 27, 2020
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El presente estudio examina la asociación entre la memoria de trabajo (MT) y la cantidad de notas y su relación con el rendimiento de la interpretación consecutiva (IC) para evaluar su eficiencia predictiva para las pruebas de aptitud en IC. Para seguir los objetivos del estudio, se administraron dos tareas de WM y una tarea de CI a 30 estudiantes de traducción de máster. Los resultados indicaron una relación positiva y significativa entre una de las medidas de WM (rango de lectura) y la cantidad de notas. Además, hubo una relación significativa entre ambas medidas de rendimiento de WM y CI, y también entre la cantidad de medidas y el rendimiento de CI. Además, los resultados del análisis de regresión indicaron que ambas medidas de WM eran predictores del desempeño de IC, mientras que la variable “cantidad de medida”; no era un predictor. Con base en los resultados, se demuestra además que WM es un componente eficiente en las pruebas de aptitud, mientras que la cantidad de medidas no cumplió completamente con los criterios y fue rechazada como un criterio fiable y no pudo incluirse como un subcomponente en las pruebas de aptitud.

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