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Jobs: Spoken-Language Post-Doc

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  1. William J. Rapaport, Buffalo Cognitive Science: Spoken-Language Post-Doc Position

Message 1: Buffalo Cognitive Science: Spoken-Language Post-Doc Position

Date: Thu, 4 Mar 93 16:50:10 ESTBuffalo Cognitive Science: Spoken-Language Post-Doc Position
From: William J. Rapaport <rapaportcs.Buffalo.EDU>
Subject: Buffalo Cognitive Science: Spoken-Language Post-Doc Position


 State University of New York at Buffalo

 CENTER FOR COGNITIVE SCIENCE
 Spoken Language Research Group

 Announcing a post-doctoral fellowship opportunity available through an
 N.I.D.C.D. training grant on the "Development of Spoken Language Capa-
 cities".

 The training grant provides support for individuals who have interests
 in the development of speech perception and production. The training
 program is interdisciplinary and involves the participation of faculty
 from the Departments of Psychology, Linguistics, Communicative Disord-
 ers & Sciences, and Pediatrics & Neurology.

 Trainees are expected to participate in interdisciplinary seminars and
 to conduct original experimental research related to these topics in
 the laboratories of participating faculty members.

 Inquiries and materials (3 letters of recommendation, vita, and
 relevant publications) should be directed to:

 Dr. Peter W. Jusczyk
 Department of Psychology
 Park Hall
 SUNY Buffalo
 Buffalo, NY 14260
 (e-mail address: PSYPWJUBVMS.BITNET or psypwjubvms.cc.buffalo.edu).

 No person, in whatever relationship with the State University of New
 York at Buffalo, shall be subject to discrimination on the basis of
 age, creed, color, handicap, national origin, race, religion, sex,
 marital, or veteran status. SUNY is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
 Action Employer.

 All applicants must be either US citizens or permanent residents of
 the USA.

 Fullest consideration will be given to applications received by May 1,
 1993.
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