• Improving psychological skill in trainee interpreters

      Atkinson, DP; Crezee, I (Conference of Interpreter Trainers (CIT), 2014)
      The general effects of self-efficacy and explanatory style on performance have been thoroughly researched in the field of psychology. This article is based on Atkinson’s (2012) psychological skill model, which attempts to ...
    • Language shift and host society attitudes: Dutch migrants who arrived in New Zealand between 1950 and 1965

      Crezee, I (Sage Publishers, 2012)
      Language shift and host society attitudes - Dutch migrants who arrived in New Zealand between 1950 and 1965 Abstract A study published in 2010 reported on past and current language use of a group of older Dutch migrants ...
    • Semi-authentic practices for student health interpreters

      Crezee, I (University of Western Sydney, 2015)
      This paper will briefly describe some pedagogical tools used to provide semi-authentic practices for trainee healthcare interpreters. Such practices facilitate legitimate peripheral participation by a Community of Learners ...
    • Teaching interpreters selfcare

      Crezee, I; Atkinson, DP; Pask, R; Au, P; Wong, S (Conference of Interpreter Trainers (CIT), 2015)
      Personal factors as well as the nature of certain assignments may negatively impact interpreters and cause stress. The authors sought to examine the various stressors that affect interpreters. They argue that if interpreters ...
    • The complexities of interpreting in refugee contexts: An examination of issues and practice

      Crezee, I; Hayward, M; Julich, S (AUT Tangible Media, 2011)
      Interpreters working with refugees experience a complex working environment. They are sometimes required to interpret traumatic material, and those who are refugees themselves might be coping with their own traumatic ...
    • Thrown in the deep end: challenges of interpreting informal paramedic language

      Crezee, I; Grant, L (School of Humanities and Communication Arts, Western Sydney University’, 2016)
      At the authors’ university, interpreting pedagogies reflect the situated-learning theories proposed by Lave and Wenger (1991) and others especially in specialized areas such as health and legal interpreting. This ...