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Jobs: Psycholing: Postdoc Research, U of York, UK

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Message 1: Jobs: Psycholinguistics Postdoc, University of York, UK

Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2000 11:27:58 +0100
From: Gareth Gaskell <g.gaskellpsych.york.ac.uk>
Subject: Jobs: Psycholinguistics Postdoc, University of York, UK




University of York, UK
Department of Psychology
Postdoctoral Research Position--Cognitive Psychology

The above post is available for up to 5 years on an MRC-funded project
working with Dr. Gareth Gaskell. The research will investigate the
processes involved in learning and recognising spoken words. You will be
involved in planning, executing and analysing experiments using a variety
of experimental methods.

Demonstrated ability in the design and analysis of cognitive psychology
experiments is essential, and computer skills, such as use of spreadsheets,
statistical applications and experimental software will also be of benefit.
Ideally, you will have experience of the issues and techniques relevant to
speech perception research. The position is available at the postdoctoral
level, but applicants with a good first degree and relevant research
experience are also invited to apply.

The appointment is available from 1 November 2000 or as soon as possible
thereafter. Salary will be up to 18,731 GBP pa.

Informal queries can be addressed to Dr. Gareth Gaskell, tel:
+44-1904-433187, email: g.gaskellpsych.york.ac.uk

For further details and instructions for applicants, please see:
http://www.york.ac.uk/admin/persnl/jobs/6072.htm

The closing date for applications is Tuesday 10 October 2000

 Gareth Gaskell
 Department of Psychology
 University of York
 Heslington, York YO10 5DD UK

 Phone: 01904 433187 Fax: 01904 433181
 Email: g.gaskellpsych.york.ac.uk
 Web page: http://www-users.york.ac.uk/~mgg5/
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