Recasts, Uptake, and Noticing
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This volume celebrates the life and groundbreaking work of Richard Schmidt, the developer of the influential Noticing Hypothesis in the field of second language acquisition. The 19 chapters encompass a compelling collection of cuttingedge research studies exploring such constructs as noticing, attention, and awareness from multiple perspectives, which expand, fine tune, sometimes support, and sometimes challenge Schmidt's seminal ideas and take research on noticing in exciting new directions.
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Noticing Pesticide Spray Drift From Agricultural Pesticide Application Areas and Breast Cancer: a Case-Control StudyEl-Zaemey, S.; Heyworth, J.; Fritschi, Lin (2013)Objectives: To examine the relationship between self-reported noticing of pesticide spray drift from agricultural areas and breast cancer.Methods: A case-control study of breast cancer was conducted in Western Australia ...
Infringement versus conviction: the social impact of a minor cannabis offence in South Australia and Western AustraliaLenton, Simon; Humeniuk, R.; Heale, P.; Christie, P. (2000)Quantitative data is reported from a study of 68 South Australians who had received an infringement notice or 'cannabis expiation notice' (CEN) and 68 West Australians who received a criminal conviction for a minor cannabis ...
The Incorporation of Contractual Terms in Unsigned Documents – Is it Time for a Realistic, Consumer-Friendly Approach?Webb, Eileen; Freilich, A. (2009)The common law relating to the incorporation of terms in standard form contracts has generaly failed to reflect the reality of the circumstances. Many of these transactions are consumer transactions. They should be ...