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Wed Apr 21 2010
Jobs: Psycholinguistics: PhD or Post Doc, Utrecht University
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Psycholinguistics: PhD or Post Doc, Utrecht University, Faculty of Humanities, Netherlands
Message 1: Psycholinguistics: PhD or Post Doc, Utrecht University, Faculty of Humanities, Netherlands
From: Yvonne van Adrichem <uil-otsuu.nl>
Subject: Psycholinguistics: PhD or Post Doc, Utrecht University, Faculty of Humanities, Netherlands
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University or Organization: Utrecht University, Faculty of Humanities
Department: Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS (UiL OTS)
Job Location: Utrecht, Netherlands
Web Address: http://www.uu.nl/EN/faculties/Humanities/research/researchinstitutes/uilots/Pages/default.aspx
Job Rank: PhD or Post Doc
Specialty Areas: Psycholinguistics
PhD/post doc project in psycholinguistics, (vacancy no 681017) starting
date 1-10-2010 (negotiable, post doc between 1 Oct 2010 and 1 Feb 2011):
The project, supervised by Dr. Yoad Winter, develops and runs
psycholinguistic experiments that check the effects of typicality on the
interpretation of logical expressions. 'Relational' concepts (e.g. 'see',
'touch') show complex typicality effects that interact with logical
meanings. Three questions are addressed:
- How can typicality effects with relational concepts be tested?
- How can their effects on logical meanings be tested?
- In what way are these effects similar to the interpretation of
modification constructions like 'red hair'?
The project uses standard methods from experimental psycholinguistics, and
is informed by recent development in formal semantic theory.
For a more detailed project description:
Applicants for a post doc employment hold a PhD (completed at least one
month prior to employment), as well as demonstrated capacities as an
independent researcher, in the form of publications. You have a PhD in
For further information, please contact the programme leader at the UiL
OTS, Dr. Yoad Winter, e-mail Y.Winteruu.nl, or the UiL-OTS PhD coordinator
Dr. Maaike Schoorlemmer, telephone +31-30-2536183, e-mail
M.Schoorlemmeruu.nl. You may also consult our institute's website:
http://www.uu.nl/uilots. The full programme description is available at:
Applicants for a PhD position have a MA/MSc in psycholinguistics or another
area of experimental cognitive psychology. Candidates expecting to graduate
by 1 September 2010 can also apply.
Applications should include
- a letter of motivation
- a curriculum vitae including contact and personal details
- the contact details of two referees (names, affiliations and phone
numbers or e-mail addresses).
- preferably: two reference letters
In addition, PhD applicants should include
- transcripts of academic results
- an MA thesis or (if the thesis is not available yet) some alternative
piece of written work
In addition, post doc applicants should include:
- PhD thesis
- one selected publication
E-mail applications (preferred) should be sent in pdf or doc format to
Humanitiesjobs.gwuu.nl and should specify the applicant's name and the
vacancy number 681017 in the message as well as in the topic, include a
list of attachments in the message, and specify the applicant's name in
each attachment's title.
Written applications should be sent to the Personnel Department at the
address below. The Netherlands. Please refer to the vacancy number 681017
as well as to the website where you found this advertisement.
Interviews are planned on June 4, 2010.
Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics (LOT)
The VICI program of NWO (The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research)
Yoad Winter (Principal Investigator)
Application Deadline: 05-May-2010
Mailing Address for Applications:
Kromme Nieuwegracht 46
Utrecht 3512 HJ
Email Address for Applications: Humanitiesjobs.gwuu.nl
Dr. Maaike Schoorlemmer
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