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Fri Mar 04 2005

Support: Phonetics: PhD Student, Queen Margaret U College

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Message 1: Applied Phonetics: PhD Student, Queen Margaret University College, United Kingdom

Date: 04-Mar-2005
From: James Scobbie <jscobbieqmuc.ac.uk>
Subject: Applied Phonetics: PhD Student, Queen Margaret University College, United Kingdom


University or Organization: Queen Margaret University College
Job Rank: PhD
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Phonetics
Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh

The Faculty of Health & Social Sciences, comprising the School of Health
Sciences and the School of Social Sciences, Media & Communication announces
a number of studenthships.

For 2005/06 QMUC is seeking to attract excellent candidates in Speech &
Language Sciences (as well as other non-linguistic areas).

Programmes of research may be proposed in areas within the expertise of
designated supervisors. See http://www.qmuc.ac.uk/sls/pg for details.

Example areas with codes for applications are:
HSS.11 Stuttering and motor control
HSS.12 Disfluency, gesture and vocalisation
HSS.13 Kinematics of speech & typing errors - implications for motor
control theories
HSS.14 The phonetics & phonology of Modern Hebrew
HSS.15 Ultrasound study of tongue movements in speech
HSS.16 An articulatory survey the vowel space
HSS.17 Instrumental measurement of speech movements associated with voice
quality settings
HSS.18 Expression of emotion by deaf children
HSS.19 Cross-linguistic differences in vocal expression of emotion
HSS.20 Articulatory investigation of pre-school children's speech motor
development
HSS.21 Acquisition of speech motor control in young children
HSS.22 Improving speech motor control in children with Down's Syndrome
using visual training techniques
HSS.23 The effect of the Alexander Technique training on vocal performance
HSS.24 Sensorimotor control in Parkinson's Disease - evidence from speech &
upper limb movements
HSS.25 Vocal & gestural communication in old age and following stroke
HSS.26 A sociophonetic study of lip & tongue using ultrasound and the VICON
motion capture system

Address for Applications:

Research Degrees Office
Corstorphine Campus
Clerwood Terrace
Edinburgh EH12 8TS
United Kingdom

Contact Information:

Linda Welsh
lwelshqmuc.ac.uk
0131 317 3228

United Kingdom
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