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Saida Anssari Naim
Universidad de Valencia
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https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9532-1373
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Vol. 32 (2021), Artículos Originales, Páginas 167-176
DOI: https://doi.org/10.30827/sendebar.v32.16868
Recibido: Nov 21, 2020 Aceptado: May 7, 2021 Publicado: Nov 5, 2021
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En este estudio se comparan los resultados obtenidos por un grupo de aprendices de interpretación en un test adaptado de retención auditiva de palabras (dimensión cognitiva), con los obtenidos por este mismo grupo en dos test de autoeficacia (dimensión de personalidad). El objetivo es evaluar el valor predictivo de estas pruebas con respecto a las puntuaciones obtenidas por los sujetos en una prueba de interpretación simultánea. El análisis de los datos nos lleva a la conclusión de que, al menos en una fase inicial de formación en interpretación simultánea, sólo los factores cognitivos (medidos aquí en términos de capacidad de retención auditiva de palabras) muestran una capacidad predictiva significativa y positiva de la calidad en la interpretación simultánea. A este respecto, los factores de personalidad (medidos aquí en términos de autoeficacia) ofrecen resultados contradictorios respecto a las expectativas o ninguna correlación significativa.

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