Quality in Interpreting and Nonverbal Aspects

E. Macarena Pradas Macías obtained a PhD degree from the University of Granada, Spain, in 2003. She taught interpreting for two years in the University Alfonso X El Sabio in Madrid. Currently, she is working as a tenured professor at the University of Granada. She is a senior member of the ECIS research group, devoted to simultaneous-interpreting quality.

Her main research interest is the fluency of the interpreter's delivery, more specifically silent-pause patterns. She introduced the "vertical" analysis to determine the inner structure of quality criteria.

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Institutional profile: University of Granada

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