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Fri Nov 04 2011

Jobs: Early Lexical Representation: Research Assistant, Laboratory EFL

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        1.     Nazzi , Early Lexical Representation: Research Assistant, Laboratory Empirical Foundations of Linguistics, Paris, France


Message 1: Early Lexical Representation: Research Assistant, Laboratory Empirical Foundations of Linguistics, Paris, France
Date: 02-Nov-2011
From: Nazzi <thierry.nazziparisdescartes.fr>
Subject: Early Lexical Representation: Research Assistant, Laboratory Empirical Foundations of Linguistics, Paris, France
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University or Organization: Laboratory Empirical Foundations of Linguistics
Job Location: Paris, France
Web Address: http://www.labex-efl.org/
Job Rank: Research Assistant

Specialty Areas: Cognitive Science; Early Lexical Representation


Description:

Contact: Thierry Nazzi, LPP
Contact email: thierry.nazziparisdescartes.fr
University: University Paris 5
Job rank: Research assistant
Duration: 12 months, starting 1st of January 2012
Salary: Salary in Paris will be in accordance with the French state regulated
public service salary scale
Keywords: Experimental Psychology, Linguistics, Cognitive Science,
Physiology, Neuroscience
Application deadline: 2011/11/10
Application email: thierry.nazziparisdescartes.fr
Application reference: EFL-OLA1-OLA2

LABEX EFL (Experimental Foundations of Linguistics) is looking for a
Research Assistant to work for 12 months on the research project
"Crosslinguistic study of the consonantal bias in early word learning"
supervised by Dr. Thierry Nazzi (Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception,
CNRS - Université Paris Descartes). The project will explore the phonetic
specificity of early words in terms of consonants and vowels, using both
behavioural methods (headturn preference procedure) and near infra-red
spectroscopy (NIRS).

You will have a Masters in Experimental Psychology, Linguistics, Cognitive
Science, Physiology, Neuroscience or a related discipline. High proficiency in
French is required (since you will need to interact with infants, their parents,
and other members in the team). Experience with infants is mandatory.
Previous experience in developmental research, with imaging techniques
and/or in statistical analyses will be favoured.

The position is available for 12 months. The successful candidate will be
expected to start on January 1st 2012. Salary in Paris will be in accordance
with the French state regulated public service salary scale.

Please email before November 10th, 2011 your CV and a motivation letter to:
thierry.nazziparisdescartes.fr

Application Deadline: 10-Nov-2011

Email Address for Applications: thierry.nazziparisdescartes.fr
Contact Information:
Nazzi
Email: thierry.nazziparisdescartes.fr


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