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Fri Mar 10 2000

Jobs: Neuro/Psycholing Lecturer, U of Wales Bangor UK

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  1. Nick C.Ellis, Neuro/Psycholing: Readership/Senior Lectureship/Lecturer at U of Wales Bangor, Gwynedd Wales UK

Message 1: Neuro/Psycholing: Readership/Senior Lectureship/Lecturer at U of Wales Bangor, Gwynedd Wales UK

Date: 8 Mar 2000 14:49:13 -0000
From: Nick C.Ellis <n.ellisbangor.ac.uk>
Subject: Neuro/Psycholing: Readership/Senior Lectureship/Lecturer at U of Wales Bangor, Gwynedd Wales UK


Rank of Job: Readership/Senior Lectureship/Lecturer
Areas Required: Brain and Language
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: University of Wales Bangor
Department: Psychology
State or Province: Gwynedd
Country: Wales UK
Final Date of Application: Friday 21st April 2000
Contact: Nick C. Ellis n.ellisbangor.ac.uk

Address for Applications:
Personnel Services, University of Wales
Bangor
Gwynedd LL57 2DG
Wales

UNIVERSITY OF WALES, BANGOR

SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY

APPOINTMENTS IN PSYCHOLOGY

Readership (Reference Number: 00/35)
Readership: �31,563 - �38,561 p.a.

Senior Lectureship (Reference Number: 00/34)
Senior Lectureship: �31,563 - �35670 p.a.

Lecturer (Reference Number: 00/33)
Lecturer A/B: �17,238 - �30,065 p.a.


We wish to make three additional academic appointments and further
strengthen our research specialisms. Candidates are sought particularly
in areas such as learning and language development (especially
neuropsychological approaches), health psychology, and cognitive
neuroscience. The school, which has recently established a Centre for
Cognitive Neuroscience with facilities for fMRI and ERP, has an
outstanding record of success in both teaching and research. According
to national assessments we rank among the top-rated UK Psychology
departments for research (i.e. rated 5A on a scale of 1-5*) and have
achieved the highest rating "excellent" for Teaching Quality.

We are particularly interested in appointing researchers with interests
in Brain and Language who will complement the interests of our language
research group by bringing expertise in ERP, fMRI and other neuroscience
methods. Current research strengths in the School include the
acquisition of phonology, morphology and syntax; language disorder
(dyslexia, aphasia and others); cross-linguistic comparisons; reading
and spelling and their disorders; computational modelling and emergence;
bilingualism; second language acquisition; psycholinguistic studies of
adults and children; infant speech perception; cognitive linguistics;
applied psycholinguistics. A new interdisciplinary research unit, the
Centre for Psycholinguistic Studies Bangor, promotes research
collaborations between Psychology, Linguistics and Informatics. We have
strong links with health and clinical psychology services.

Applicants will be expected to have a Ph.D. and teaching and research
experience appropriate to the level of appointment in a relevant field.

Application forms and further particulars are available from: Personnel
Services, University of Wales, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2DG. Tel: (+44)
1248-382926. e-mail: pos020bangor.ac.uk.

For informal enquiries contact either:
Nick Ellis	n.ellisbangor.ac.uk	(+44) 1248-382207
Marilyn Vihman 	m.vihmanbangor.ac.uk	(+44) 1248-383775

Please quote the appropriate reference number when applying. Applicants
are required to state clearly the level of appointment for which they
wish to be considered.

Closing date for applications: Friday 21st April 2000

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