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|English to Spanish translations [PRO]|
Medical - Medical (general)
|English term or phrase: others|
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Me dirijo a ustedes para hacerles una consulta, soy estudiante de traducción, estoy editando un texto en este momento y me surgió una duda con respeto al pronombre "others", les agradecería mucho por su ayuda. Traté de identificar a qué puede hacer referencia y concluí que corresponde a los autores, es decir, (Diamond et al., 2007; Posner and Rothbart, 2007), pero no estoy muy segura. Por cierto, a continuación adjunto el párrafo donde aparece este pronombre y aparece en la última idea del párrafo.
Kaplan and colleagues (Kaplan, 1995; Kaplan and Berman, 2010) have proposed Attention Restoration Theory (ART) to explain how interacting with nature improves cognitive abilities. ART draws on research demonstrating that attention can be separated into two components: involuntary attention, in which attention is captured by salient stimuli, and voluntary or directed attention, in which attention is directed by cognitive-control processes. This distinction, first proposed by William James (James, 1892), has been validated by behavioral and neuroscience research (Buschman and Miller, 2007; Corbetta and Shulman, 2002; Fan et al., 2002). ART identifies directed attention as the cognitive mechanism that is restored by interacting with nature, and others have implicated a critical role for directed attention in many contexts (Diamond et al., 2007; Posner and Rothbart, 2007), including short-term memory performance (Jonides et al., 2008).
Agradeciendo de antemano, se despide cordialmente,
No veo por qué te produce confusión. La frase es mujy clara:
En base a los trabajos citados (Diamond et al., 2007; Posner and Rothbart, 2007) "others have implicated a critical role for directed attention in many contexts"
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