LINGUIST List 3.208

Wed 04 Mar 1992

Jobs: London, New Zealand

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  1. William Marslen-Wilson, Research Associate Position London
  2. Kon Kuiper, Post-doctoral fellowship in sociolinguistics at U of Canterbury

Message 1: Research Associate Position London

Date: Mon, 2 Mar 92 21:07 GMT
From: William Marslen-Wilson <UBJTA38cu.bbk.ac.uk>
Subject: Research Associate Position London

 Birkbeck College
 University of London
 Department of Psychology

 RESEARCH ASSOCIATE (1A)


Applications are invited for a post-doctoral Research Associate to work
on an MRC programme grant on spoken language understanding with L.Tyler
and W.Marslen-Wilson. The research covers aspects of spoken language
comprehension in normal and aphasic subjects, ranging from
acoustic-phonetic analysis and word recognition to syntactic parsing
and discourse interpretation. Candidates will be expected to contribute
at all levels to the conduct and development of the research.

Preferred candidates will have experience in cognitive neuropsychology,
experimental psychology, linguistics, or related disciplines. The
position is available from August 1 1992 until December 31 1994. Salary
is on the 1A scale: #12129 to 19328 (+ #2042 London weighting). Send
3 copies of a recent CV to: Professor L.K.Tyler or Professor W.D.
Marslen-Wilson, Department of Psychology, Birkbeck College, Malet St.,
London WC1E 7HX, by March 27th 1992 (or e-mail to ubjta38cu.bbk.ac.uk).
The University is an equal opportunity employer.
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Message 2: Post-doctoral fellowship in sociolinguistics at U of Canterbury

Date: 2 Mar 1992 15:28:07 +1300 Post-doctoral fellowship in sociolinguistics at U of Canterbury
From: Kon Kuiper <ENGL026cantna.canterbury.ac.nz>
Subject: Post-doctoral fellowship in sociolinguistics at U of Canterbury

The University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand is offering a 2 year
post-doctoral fellowship in sociolinguistics. The Fellow will conduct an
investigation of an emerging accent in New Zealand English and so competence
in phonetics would be of assistance. For further information including
application forms interested linguists should contact Dr Koenraad Kuiper at
either of the following e-mail addresses <engl026canta.canterbury.ac.nz> or
<k.kuipercsc.canterbury.ac.nz>. Give a fax number and the relevant details
can be got to you that way.
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