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LINGUIST List 18.1186

Thu Apr 19 2007

FYI: New MSc Course in Language, Speech and Hearing

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        1.    Katie Alcock, New MSc Course in Language, Speech and Hearing

Message 1: New MSc Course in Language, Speech and Hearing
Date: 17-Apr-2007
From: Katie Alcock <k.j.alcocklancaster.ac.uk>
Subject: New MSc Course in Language, Speech and Hearing

MSc in Language, Speech and Hearing in the Psychology Department at
Lancaster University, UK

The department is delighted to announce that a new MSc in Language, Speech
and Hearing will begin in the 2007/2008 academic year. This course:

* Provides expertise in a ''common core'' of psychological research
methods, as well as in the areas of the psychology of language, speech and
* Is ideal preparation for students who wish to develop research skills
relevant to the fields such as speech and language therapy, audiology and
clinical psychology.
* Builds on the department's unique research strengths in the areas of
hearing and language development.

We welcome applications from students who have, or expect to achieve, a
good first degree in Psychology or a related field (including Speech and
Language Therapy, Biology, Linguistics or Physics/Acoustics).

For further information visit
http://www.psych.lancs.ac.uk/pg/mscLSH_info.html or email Katie Alcock,
Course Tutor, on k.j.alcocklancaster.ac.uk

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Language Acquisition; Psycholinguistics

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