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Influence of Crowd Noise on Soccer Refereeing Consistency in Soccer
Recent experimental evidence suggests that the noise of a partisan home crowd may influence soccer officials to make an imbalance of decisions in favor of the home side (Nevill, Balmer, & Williams,Expand
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Evolution and revolution: Gauging the impact of technological and technical innovation on Olympic performance
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We examine post-war men's Olympic performance in jumping events (pole vault, long jump, high jump, triple jump) to determine whether performance has indeed plateaued and to present techniques for assessing the impact of technological and technical innovation over time. Expand
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Crowd influence on decisions in association football
Panathinaikos (away). There was a partisan home crowd of approximately 40 000. The 11 participants were randomly assigned to either a noise group, who received background noise (n=5), or a no-noiseExpand
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Multiple Justiciable Problems: Common Clusters and Their Social and Demographic Indicators
Justiciable problems do not always occur in isolation. However, little empirical research has examined multiple problems in depth by identifying common clusters of problems, their extent, and thoseExpand
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Surfing the web - Recreation or resource? Exploring how young people in the UK use the Internet as an advice portal for problems with a legal dimension
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This study highlights aspects of the second digital divide, going beyond access to explore use and outcomes of use. Expand
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Civil law problems and morbidity
Study objective: In the United Kingdom, recognition of the links between social and health problems has led to government initiatives such as health action zones. The principles of civil law apply toExpand
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Social Exclusion and Civil Law: Experience of Civil Justice Problems among Vulnerable Groups
Combating social exclusion has become a priority target for many governments and was a key factor in the establishment of the Legal Services Commission (LSC) and the Community Legal Service (CLS) inExpand
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Just a phone call away: is telephone advice enough?
Over the last two decades the public sector has embraced new modes of service delivery, with a shift away from traditional face-to-face provision towards Internet and telephone based advice andExpand
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Causes of Action: First Findings of the LSRC Periodic Survey
In this paper we report some of the first findings of the LSRC periodic survey of justiciable problems. We confirm the prevalence of justiciable problems amongst the general population. We identifyExpand
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