LINGUIST List 12.3033

Tue Dec 4 2001

Jobs: Psycholing: Researcher at U/Edinburgh, UK

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  1. Rob Hartsuiker, Psycholing: Researcher at University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Message 1: Psycholing: Researcher at University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Date: Sat, 1 Dec 2001 15:50:18 +0000
From: Rob Hartsuiker <>
Subject: Psycholing: Researcher at University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Research Post in Psycholinguistics at Edinburgh University

The psycholinguistics group at the University of Edinburgh seeks a
researcher, initially to work on a 12 month research project. This
project "The coordination of self-interruption and self-repair in
speech" is funded by the ESRC and awarded to Robert Hartsuiker and
Martin Pickering. The post will be available at the RA1B (BP
17,451-19,486 p.a.) or RA1A (BP 17,451-26,229 p.a.) scale.

The successful candidate will set up, run, and analyse computer-based
experiments involving picture naming that are designed to elicit
self-repair. Candidates should have experience conducting research in
Experimental Psychology or Psycholinguistics. A PhD would be an
advantage, but other well-qualified candidates are encouraged to

Please send applications containing a CV, cover letter, and the names
and contact details of two referees to Robert Hartsuiker, Department
of Psychology, University of Edinburgh, 7 George Square, Edinburgh,
EH8 9JZ, UK. For further details or informal discussions please
contact either Robert Hartsuiker ( or Martin
Pickering (, +44 (0)131 650 3447). Closing
date is 5 January 2002. -- Dr. Robert J. Hartsuiker Dept. of
Psychology University of Edinburgh 7 George Square Edinburgh, EH8 9JZ
United Kingdom
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