LINGUIST List 13.2030

Mon Aug 5 2002

Support: Psycholing:Grad.Research Assnt,Cornell U

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  1. Shimon Edelman, psycholinguistics of syntactic structures

Message 1: psycholinguistics of syntactic structures

Date: Sat, 03 Aug 2002 18:10:59 +0000
From: Shimon Edelman <>
Subject: psycholinguistics of syntactic structures

NOTE: the original, live-link ad is at

Wanted: a graduate research assistant, to work on the
psycholinguistics of syntactic structures. The research will be
conducted within the framework of a project focused on a new
computational theory of language, inspired by the work of Zellig

Location. The candidate will enroll in the graduate field of
Psychology and will join Shimon Edelman's lab at Cornell University in
Ithaca, NY. The department of Psychology, along with the other
academic units that participate in the Cornell Cognitive Studies
Program, offers an excellent research environment and outstanding
educational opportunities. Ithaca is widely acclaimed as the most
livable small city in the Northeast. The Cornell campus, situated on a
hill overlooking Cayuga Lake, is close to several NY state parks, and
is only 30 minutes away from a nice little ski resort.

Support. The candidate will receive, in addition to the regular
support offered by the Graduate School, a generous summer stipend and
conference travel allowance, funded by a grant from the US-Israel
Binational Science Foundation to Shimon Edelman, Eytan Ruppin and
David Horn.

The application deadline for the Fall admission is January 15. The
application must be submitted to the Cornell Graduate
School. Inquiries (only those specific to this project) should be
directed to Shimon Edelman (; +1 607 255 6365).
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