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LINGUIST List 18.2628

Mon Sep 10 2007

Jobs: Neurolinguistics, Psycholing: Post Doc Researchers, U of Oslo

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        1.     Sellevold, Neurolinguistics, Psycholinguistics: Post Doc Researchers, University of Oslo, Norway


Message 1: Neurolinguistics, Psycholinguistics: Post Doc Researchers, University of Oslo, Norway
Date: 10-Sep-2007
From: Sellevold <kirsti.sellevoldilos.uio.no>
Subject: Neurolinguistics, Psycholinguistics: Post Doc Researchers, University of Oslo, Norway
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University or Organization: University of Oslo
Web Address: http://cogs.nbu.bg/eye-to-it/

Job Rank: Post Doc

Specialty Areas: Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics


Description:

The University of Oslo seeks two post-doctoral fellows for 14 months. One
position is within psycholinguistics, the other position is within
neurolinguistics.

a) The psycholinguist should have some experience in the experimental
studies of sentence processing and/or lexical access, preferably with eye
tracking and reaction time measurement. Position begins October 1st, 2007.

b) The neurolinguist should have some experience in the experimental
studies of sentence processing and/or lexical access with EEG/ERP. Position
begins October 1st, 2007.

Both fellows are expected to have a good command of Norwegian or one of the
other Scandinavian languages, as well as of English.

These two fellowships are supported by grants from the EU-FP6-FET-Programme
to the EYE-to-IT-project, (see: http://cogs.nbu.bg/eye-to-it/) running
2006-2008, and matching funds from the Faculty of Arts, University of Oslo.

The successful applicants hold a PhD degree at the time of appointment, or
have submitted a doctoral thesis, demonstrating expertise in
neurolinguistics/psycholinguistics or related areas.

The salary for the positions follows the relevant Norwegian regulations for
public organizations. Generally, a 2% contribution to the Norwegian
pension fund is obligatory.

If you are considering applying, please contact one of the following
individuals:
Professor Antin Rydning
a.f.rydningilos.uio.no
Tel +47 22 85 68 32

Departmental Research Officer Kirsti Sellevold
kirsti.sellevoldilos.uio.no
Tel: + 47 22 85 61 55

EYE-to-ITs Project Leader, Professor Maxim Stamenov
New Bulgarian University
maximstamyahoo.com

Applicants should send an application with CV, certified copies of
references, diplomas, transcripts and a list of scientific work in 3
collated sets to Departmental Research Officer Kirsti Sellevold.

Applications are due by September 25th 2007. They should be marked:
EYE-to-IT-Norge

Application Deadline: 25-Sep-2007
Mailing Address for Applications:
Professor Antin Rydning
Department of Literature, Area Studies, and European Languages
P.O. Box 1003
University of Oslo
Blindern
Norway
Email Address for Applications: kirsti.sellevoldilos.uio.no
Contact Information:
Departmental Research Officer Kirsti Sellevold
Email: kirsti.sellevoldilos.uio.no
Phone: + 47 22 85 61 55



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