Jodi Bray

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Medication continues to be the most widely prescribed treatment in the NHS for mental health problems. It has been known for many years that individuals differ in the way they respond to a given pharmaceutical therapy, and one reason for this lies in the genetic variation between individuals. This paper recognizes the impact that pharmacogenomics and(More)
Second language learners tend to transfer phonological constraints and pronunciations from their first language (L1) into their second language (L2) (Gass and Selinker 1994). Optimality Theory (Prince & Smolensky 1993) captures the phonology of the L1 using a system of ranked constraints. The ranking of constraints provides us with a detailed understanding(More)
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