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According to Kahneman, performance may not be negatively affected once the state of arousal is adequate and if the task demands are not overwhelming. ” Providing only one rule at a time can avoid overtaxing learners’ processing resources and maximize the potential to pay more focused attention to the targeted form or structure needed for intake (Lee & VanPatten, 1995). According to VanPatten (2004, p. 7), “processing implies that perception and noticing have occurred, but the latter two do not necessarily imply that a form has been processed (linked with 28 Ronald P.

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They suggested that “providing learners with formal instruction could be an effective way of directing their attention to form, thus promoting the emergence of high levels of awareness” (p. 544) and “orienting the learners to the formal aspects of the input by simply reminding them to search for rules was almost as powerful as presenting them with the actual rules” (p. 545). Rosa and Leow (2004a, 2004b) examined (1) whether exposure to L2 input under different computerized task conditions premised on degree of explicitness had a differential impact on learners’ ability to recognize and produce both old and new exemplars of the Spanish past conditional immediately after exposure to the input and over time; (2) whether exposure to L2 input under different conditions had a differential impact on learners’ awareness; and (3) whether different levels of awareness influenced learners’ ability to recognize and produce the targeted structure immediately after exposure to the input and over time.

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