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Iwashita, N. and Grove, E. (2003) A comparison of analytic and holistic scales in the context of a specific- purpose speaking test. Prospect, 18 3: 25-31.    
Mai Ngoc, Khoi and Iwashita, Noriko (2012) A comparison of learners' and teachers' attitudes toward communicative language teaching at two universities in Vietnam. University of Sydney Papers in TESOL, 7 25-49.   2
Iwashita, Noriko and Vasquez, Claudia (2015) An examination of discourse competence at different proficiency levels in IELTS Speaking Part 2 Melbourne, Australia: British Council, Cambridge English Language Assessment, and IDP: IELTS Australia    
Brown, A, Iwashita, N. and McNamara, T (2005) An Examination of Rater Orientations and Test Taker Performance on English for Academic Purposes Speaking Tasks. TOEFL Monograph Series, 29 1-157.    
Iwashita, N., Brown, A., McNamara, T. and O'Hagan, S. (2008) Assessed levels of second language speaking proficiency: How distinct?. Applied Linguistics, 29 1: 24-49. doi:10.1093/applin/amm017   9 95 Cited 99 times in Scopus99 0
Iwashita, Noriko and Spence-Brown, Robyn (2018) Assessing writing ability in a foreign language at secondary school: variation in performance on a communicative writing task. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 41 1: 28-60. doi:10.1075/aral.17038.iwa     0 0 0
Iwashita, Noriko, McNamara, Tim and Elder, Catherine (2001) Can we predict task difficulty in an oral proficiency test? Exploring the potential of an information processing approach to task design. Language Learning, 51 3: 401-436. doi:10.1111/0023-8333.00160     55 Cited 58 times in Scopus58 0
Iwashita, Noriko (2012) Cross-linguistic influence as a factor in the written and oral production of school age learners of Japanese in Australia. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 35 3: 290-311. doi:10.1075/aral.35.3.04iwa     1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Iwashita, Noriko (2014) Dimensions of L2 performance and proficiency: complexity, accuracy and fluency in SLA. Language Testing, 31 3: 389-392. doi:10.1177/0265532214524157     0 0
Iwashita, N. (2006) Does NS feedback in NS-NNS conversation facilitate SLA?. Journal of Acquisition of Japanese as a Second Language, 9 42-62.    
Iwashita, Noriko and Sekiguchi, Sachiyo (2009) Effects of learner background on the development of writing skills in Japanese as a second language. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 32 1: 03.1-03.20. doi:10.2104/aral0903     Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Elder, C., Iwashita, N. and McNamara, T. (2002) Estimating the difficulty of oral proficiency tasks: What does the test-taker have to offer?. Language Testing, 19 4: 347-368. doi:10.1191/0265532202lt235oa   4 Cited 37 times in Scopus37 0
McNamara, T. and O’Loughlin, K. Experimenting with uncertainty: Essays in honor of Alan Davies. Edited by Elder, C., Brown, A., Grove, E., Hill, K., Iwashita, N. and Lumley, T. Cambridge: UCLES, 2001.    
Iwashita, Noriko Experimenting with Uncertainty: Essays in Honour of Alan Davies. Edited by C. Elder, A. Brown, E. Grove, K. Hill, N. Iwashita, T. Lumley, T. McNamara and K. O'Loughlin Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 2001.    
Iwashita, N. and Liem, I (2005) Factors affecting second language achievement in primary school. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 28 1: 36-51. doi:10.1075/aral.28.1.03iwa     2
Iwashita, Noriko, May, Lyn and Moore, Paul (2017) Features of discourse and lexical richness at different performance levels in the APTIS speaking test : British Council    
Iwashita, Noriko (2010). Features of oral proficiency in task performance by EFL and JFL learners. In: Matthew T. Prior, Yukiko Watanabe and Sang-Ki Lee, Selected Proceedings of the 2008 Second Language Research Forum: Exploring SLA Perspectives, Positions, and Practices. Second Language Research Forum, Honolulu, Hawaii, (32-47). 17-19 October 2008.   21
Choi, Hyunsik and Iwashita, Noriko (2016). Interactional behaviours of low-proficiency learners in small group work. In Masatoshi Sato and Susan Ballinger (Ed.), Peer interaction and second language learning: pedagogical potential and research agenda (pp. 113-134) Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company. doi:10.1075/lllt.45.05cho     0
Plough, India, Banerjee, Jayanti and Iwashita, Noriko (2018) Interactional competence: genie out of the bottle. Language Testing, 35 3: 427-445. doi:10.1177/0265532218772325     0 0
Brown, Annie and Iwashita, Noriko (1996) Language background and item difficulty: the development of a computer-adaptive test of Japanese. System, 24 2: 199-206. doi:10.1016/0346-251X(96)00004-8     Cited 13 times in Scopus13 0
Iwashita, Noriko, Rochecouste, Judith, Diaz, Adriana, Hanna, Barbara, Kennett, Belinda and Kim, Sun Hee Ok (2016) Languages literature review: Senior syllabus redevelopment South Brisbane, Australia: Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority    
Dao, Phung, Iwashita, Noriko and Gatbonton, Elizabeth (2016) Learner attention to form in ACCESS task-based interaction. Language Teaching Research, 21 4: 454-479. doi:10.1177/1362168816651462     1 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Iwashita, N. (2008) Lexical profiles in EAP speaking task performance. Indonesian Journal of English Language Teaching, 4 2: 111-121.    
Iwashita, Noriko (2003) Negative feedback and positive evidence in task-based interaction: Differential affects on L2 development. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 25 1: 1-36. doi:10.1017/S0272263103000019   13 0
McNamara, T., Brown, A., Grove, E., Hill, K. and Iwashita, N. (2004). Part IV: Second Language Testing and Assessment. In Hinkel, E. (Ed.), Handbook of Research in Second Language Teaching and Learning (pp. 773-887) Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.    
Iwashita, Noriko and Li, Huifang (Lydia) (2012). Patterns of corrective feedback in a task-based adult EFL classroom setting in China. In Ali Shehadeh and Christine A. Coombe (Ed.), Task-based language teaching in foreign language contexts: research and implementation (pp. 137-161) Amsterdam, Netherlands: John Bemjamins Publishing Company.   3
Philp, Jenefer, Adams, Rebecca Jane and Iwashita, Noriko Peer interaction and second language learning. New York, NY, USA: Routledge, 2014. doi:10.4324/9780203551349     Cited 15 times in Scopus15 0
Elder, Catherine and Iwashita, Noriko (2005). Planning for Test Performance: Does it Make a Difference?. In R. Ellis (Ed.), Planning and Task Performance in a Second Language (pp. 219-238) Amsterdam, Netherlands: John Benjamin.   1
Iwashita, Noriko (2018) Review of Jan H. Hulstijn, Language Proficiency in Native and Non-native Speakers: Theory and Research. Amsterdam, Netherlands: John Benjamins, 2015. 195 pp. ISBN: 9789027213259. Language Testing, 35 2: 319-322. doi:10.1177/0265532217701468     0
Scarino, Angela, Elder, Catherine, Iwashita, Noriko, Kim, Sun Hee Ok, Kohler, Michelle and Scrimgeour, Andrew (2011) Student Achievement in Asian Languages Education - Part 1: Project Report Canberra, ACT, Australia: Australian Government, Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations    
Iwashita, N. and Harrington, M. W. (2008). Summary and discussion of studies in the acquisition of Japanese as a second language in Australia. In Sakamoto Akira, Nagatomo Kazuhiko and Koyanagi Kaoru (Ed.), 多様化する言語習得環境とこれからの日本語教育 (pp. 79-96) Tokyo, Japan: 3A Corporation.    
Iwashita, Noriko (2006) Syntactic complexity measures and their relation to oral proficiency in Japanese as a foreign language. Language Assessment Quarterly: An International Journal, 3 2: 151-169.   10 0
Philp, Jenefer and Iwashita, Noriko (2013) Talking, tuning in and noticing: Exploring the benefits of output in task-based peer interaction. Language Awareness, 22 4: 353-370. doi:10.1080/09658416.2012.758128     3 Cited 9 times in Scopus9 3
Iwashita, Noriko (1999). Tasks and Learners' Output in Nonnative-Nonnative Interaction. In Kazue Kanno (Ed.), The Acquisition of Japanese as a Second Language (pp. 31-52) Amsterdam, The Netherlands: John Benjamins Publishing Company.    
Phung Dao, and Iwashita, Noriko (2018) Teacher mediation in L2 classroom task-based interaction. System, 74 183-193. doi:10.1016/j.system.2018.03.016     0 0
Iwashita, Noriko (2010) The effect of intensive recast treatments on the long-term development of less salient structures in Japanese as a foreign language. Nihongo Kyoiku, 146 18-33.   6
Iwashita, N. (2001) The effect of learner proficiency on corrective feedback and modified output in nonnative-nonnative interaction. System, 29 2: 267-287.    
Yucel, Megan and Iwashita, Noriko (2017). The IELTS roller coaster: stories of hope, stress, success and despair. In Rachael Dwyer, Ian Davis and elke emerald (Ed.), Narrative research in practice: stories from the field (pp. 209-223) Singapore: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-981-10-1579-3_10     0 0
Iwashita, N. (2004) The role of conversation in SLA: Review of studies on negative feedback and directions of future research. Acquisition of Japanese as a Second Language, 7 163-185.    
Brown, Annie and Iwashita, Noriko (1998). The role of language background in the validation of a computer-adaptive test. In Antony John Kunnan (Ed.), Validation in language assessment (pp. 195-207) Mahwah, NJ, United States: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.    
Brown, A and Iwashita, N (1998). The role of language background in the validation of a computer-adaptive test. In: Kunnan, AJ, 17th Annual Language Testing Research Colloquium (LTRC), Long Beach Ca, (195-207). Mar 24-27, 1995.     5
Iwashita, N. (2006) The Role of Task-Based Conversation in the Acquisition of Japanese as a Second Language: Differential Effects of Feedback. Journal of Acquisition of Japanese as a Second Language, 9 42-61.    
Pham, Nhu Luan and Iwashita, Noriko (2018). Using Corrective Feedback on Writing to Enhance Vietnamese Learners' Autonomy. In Anne Burns and Joseph Siegel (Ed.), International Perspectives on Teaching the Four Skills in ELT: Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing (pp. 205-218) Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-63444-9     3