Hypothesis in research

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  • Citation tools Download this article to citation manager Ramsden Christopher E , Zamora Daisy , Majchrzak-Hong Sharon , Faurot Keturah R , Broste Steven K , Frantz Robert P et al. Re-evaluation of the traditional diet-heart hypothesis: analysis of recovered data from Minnesota Coronary Experiment (1968-73) BMJ 2016; 353 :i1246
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    The noticing hypothesis has received criticism from John Truscott, on two grounds. First, he argues that the basis for the noticing hypothesis in cognitive psychology is unclear. Second, he argues that there is even less certainty over how to interpret the noticing hypothesis in the field of language acquisition . He says that, "[p]artly because the hypothesis is not based on any coherent theory of language, it is very difficult to determine exactly what it means in this context, or to draw testable predictions from it." [3] Truscott argues that the noticing hypothesis should be limited to describing metalinguistic knowledge and not overall language competence. [3]

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