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Wed Jan 12 2005

Support: Hindi & Neurolinguistics: PhD Student, MPI

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        1.    Ina Bornkessel, Hindi & Neurolinguistics: PhD Student, MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Germany



Message 1: Hindi & Neurolinguistics: PhD Student, MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Germany

Date: 12-Jan-2005
From: Ina Bornkessel <bornkecbs.mpg.de>
Subject: Hindi & Neurolinguistics: PhD Student, MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Germany


University or Organization: MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences 
 Job Rank: PhD  
 Specialty Areas: Cognitive Science, Typology 
 Required Language(s): Hindi (HND)
 
 Description:
 
 In the context of a bilateral cooperation with the Radboud University
 Nijmegen (Department of Linguistics) and the Philipps University Marburg
 (Research Group Neurolinguistics), the MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain
 Sciences is seeking to fill a PhD position on the cross-linguistic
 investigation of argument interpretation. In particular, the successful
 candidate will be expected to perform EEG-based research on the processing
 of Hindi. He/she should have research interests in both
 psycho-/neurolinguistics and language typology and, preferably, expertise
 in South Asian languages (Hindi). For further information regarding the
 research project, please visit:
 
 http://staff-www.uni-marburg.de/~schlesew/pages_en/increminter.html
 
 Except for approved absences (e.g. data acquisition at the institute's
 foreign language EEG lab in Berlin, conferences etc.), the place of work is
 Leipzig.
 
 Due to constraints on funding, the position should be filled no later than
 May 1st, 2005. We would prefer to receive electronic applications
 (including a current CV).
 
 
 Address for Applications:
  Ina Bornkessel 
 bornkecbs.mpg.de 
 +49-(0)341-9940 114 
 +49-(0)341-9940 113 
  
  Attn: Ina Bornkessel 
 Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences 
 Stephanstrasse 1a 
 Leipzig  04103 
 Germany                                                                     
  
 
          Website: http://www.cbs.mpg.de
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