Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
• Shreve, G. M., & Lacruz, I.( In Press). Aspects of a cognitive model of translation. In J. Byrne and J. Kearns (eds.), Continuum Companion to Translation. London: Continuum Press.
• Lacruz, I., Denkowski, M., & Lavie, A. (2014). Cognitive demand and cognitive effort in post-editing. Proceedings of the AMTA 2014 Workshop on Post-Editing Technology and Practice.
• Lacruz, I. (2014). Cognates as a window into the translator’s mind. In J. Schwieter and A. Ferreira (eds.) The development of translation competence: Theories and methodologies from psycholinguistics and cognitive science. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (pp. 287-314)
• Lacruz, I., & Shreve, G.M. (2014). Pauses and cognitive effort in post-editing. In S. O’Brien, L. Balling, M. Carl, M. Simard and L. Specia (eds), Post-Editing: Processes, technology and applications, Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (pp. 246-272)
• Shreve, G.M., Angelone, E., & Lacruz, I. (2014). Efficacy of screen recording in the other-revision of translations: Episodic memory and event models. In R. Muñoz Martín (ed.), Minding translation, MonTi, Special Issue 1. (pp. 225-246)
• Shreve, G. M., & Lacruz, I. (2014). Translation as a higher order cognitive process. In C. Porter and S. Bermann (eds.), Companion to translation studies. Wiley-Blackwell Companion Series.
• Denkowski, M., Lavie, A., Lacruz, I., & Dyer, C. (2014). Real time adaptive machine translation for post-editing with cdec and TransCenter. Proceedings of the EACL 2014 Workshop on Humans and Computer-Assisted Translation, 2014.
• Lacruz, I., Shreve, G.M., & Angelone, E., (2012). Average pause ratio as an indicator of cognitive effort in post-editing. Proceedings of the AMTA 2012 Workshop on Post-Editing Technology and Practice.
• Shreve, G. M., Lacruz, I., & Angelone, E. (2011). Sight translation and speech disfluency: Performance analysis as a window to cognition. In E. Tiselius, A. Hild and C. Alvstad (eds.), Methods and strategies of process research: Integrative approaches in translation studies. Amsterdam & Philadelphia, PA: John Benjamins.
• Shreve, G.M., Lacruz, I., & Angelone, E. (2010). Cognitive effort, dyntactic disruption, and visual interference in a sight translation task. In G. M. Shreve and E. Angelone (Eds.) Translation and Cognition. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
• Lacruz, I, & Folk, J.R. (2004) Feed-Forward and Feed-Back consistency effects for high and low frequency words in lexical decision and naming. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, Vol 57, 7.
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