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Tue Oct 16 2007
Jobs: Psycholinguistics: Phd Student, University of Oldenburg
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Psycholinguistics: Phd Student, University of Oldenburg, Germany
Message 1: Psycholinguistics: Phd Student, University of Oldenburg, Germany
From: Esther Ruigendijk <Esther.Ruigendijkuni-oldenburg.de>
Subject: Psycholinguistics: Phd Student, University of Oldenburg, Germany
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University or Organization: University of Oldenburg
Department: Departments of English & Dutch
Web Address: http://www.uni-oldenburg.de/aulin/
Job Rank: Two Doctoral Students
Specialty Areas: Psycholinguistics
Starting as soon as possible, the Carl-von-Ossietzky University Oldenburg
offers 2 positions running 3 years in the interdisciplinary DFG-Project
(see out website):
"understanding speech under fluctuating noise in children and adults from
an audiological and psycholinguistic point of view (AULIN)."
Two Doctoral Students (Wissenschaftliche
Mitarbeiterinnen/Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter; Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-L)
One in the department of English Studies and one in the department of Dutch
These positions are funded for 36 months. Salary level will be according to
German public employee pay scale 50% 13 TV-L.
Development and validation of language test materials with varied and
controlled linguistic complexity (in close cooperation with audiology);
Standardizing of an interview and elicitation method to create a language
production corpus (child and adult language); analysing these data; Running
experiments with several populations, among other techniques also
eye-tracking (in close cooperation with audiology).
One successful applicant of one of these positions will be responsible for
obtaining and analyzing language production data, the other successful
applicant will focus on language processing experiments. Both positions are
expected to lead to a Dissertation and PhD.
Required is a Masters (or Staatsexamen) degree with excellent grades and a
focus on (psycho)linguistics; working knowledge of German as required in
the interaction with the participants of the experiments; the ability to
work in an interdisciplinary team; knowledge of theories of language
processing or experience with language acquisition research and knowledge
of CHILDES; knowledge of methods for statistical analysis.
Desired are research experience in one of the areas above, good knowledge
of (generative) syntax theories and experience with planning, running and
analyzing psycholinguistic experiments.
Special Qualification for both positions:
Since the positions entail close interdisciplinary cooperation, the
willingness and ability to integrate methods, concepts and issues of the
'other' discipline (i.e. audiology) into theories, concepts and methods
current in one's own are required for successful work in this project.
As an equal opportunity employer the University of Oldenburg wishes to
increase the proportion of female academic staff, particularly welcoming
applications from women. According to §21. sub3 of NHG women will be given
preference in case of
Severely challenged persons will be given preference in case of equal
Applications with CV, copies of diplomas and evt. a summary of the
dissertation plans should be sent with the key word
[DFG-Anglistik/Niederlandistik] before 30.10. 2007 to Sekretariat
Medizinische Physik, Universität Oldenburg, D-26111 Oldenburg.
Questions about these positions can be directed at:
Prof. Dr. Cornelia Hamann (English Department)
Prof. Dr. Esther Ruigendijk (Dutch Department)
Application Deadline: 30-Oct-2007
Mailing Address for Applications:
Sekretariat Medizinische Physik Garre
Prof. Dr. Esther Ruigendijk
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