LINGUIST List 12.1147

Thu Apr 26 2001

Support: Morphology/Speech Production: Research/ Germany

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  1. dirk janssen, Morphology/Speech Production: Research Associate/ Leipzig, Germany

Message 1: Morphology/Speech Production: Research Associate/ Leipzig, Germany

Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2001 16:44:51 +0200
From: dirk janssen <dirkjrz.uni-leipzig.de>
Subject: Morphology/Speech Production: Research Associate/ Leipzig, Germany

The Department of Linguistics of the University of Leipzig is
expecting an opening for a

 RESEARCH ASSOCIATE
 (half time)
 
starting summer 2001. The associate will work with Dr
Janssen and Prof Pechmann on a project concerning the role
of morphology in speech production. The successful
candidate should

- be a (near)native speaker of German, with good English skills 
- have experience or affinity with experimental research
- have some experience with statistical software and computer
 programming
- have completed a university degree (but not a PhD)
- be able to work independently and to supervise student 
 assistants
 
Duties include: Designing experiments from theoretical
questions, creating materials for experiments, running
subjects and helping student assistants run subjects,
data analysis, examining and scoring (sound)data.

The research associate will work in a active group of
psycholinguistic researchers here at the university and at
the Graduiertenkolleg (PhD school). Next to that, we have
many contacts with other departments, and with two of the
local Max Planck Institutes (Cognitive Neuroscience and
Evolutionary Anthropology).

Funding will be provided by the German Science Foundation
DFG, in the framework of the 'Schwerpunktprogramm
Sprachproduktion'. The position is half-time, is open for
two years, and will be paid according to BAT IIa/Ost halbe.

More information can be obtained by writing to Dirk Janssen,
Institut f�r Linguistik, Br�hl 34-50, 04109 Leipzig,
+49.341.9737863, or dirkjrz.uni-leipzig.de.

A PDF version of this text can be found at
www.uni-leipzig.de/~gksprach/homepages/dirkj/english-ad.pdf
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