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Saturday, 4 May 1991

Jobs: Birkbeck College U of London

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  1. William Marslen-Wilson, Job Ad to be posted
  2. Terry Langendoen, postdoctoral fellowship announcement

Message 1: Job Ad to be posted

Date: Wed, 1 May 91 13:12 GMT
From: William Marslen-Wilson <UBJTA38%CU.BBK.AC.UKpucc.PRINCETON.EDU>
Subject: Job Ad to be posted
Birkbeck College
University of London
Department of Psychology


Research Associate: Phonology and Psycholinguistics

A three-year postdoctoral position is available for a linguist to work on a
psycholinguistic research project investigating the phonological and
morphological properties of lexical representations in the mental lexicon.
The project will focus on English, although parallel research will also be
conducted on Italian, Chinese, and Hebrew. We are looking here for
someone who is a first-rate phonologist and who is willing to take
seriously the challenge of working in a psycholinguistic environment
where experimental research and linguistic analysis are viewed as joint
inputs to a common theory of mental representation. The project is
ESRC-funded, starts 8/91, and the maximum starting salary (RA 1A) is
#15262 (inclusive of London weighting). Applications to Professor
William Marslen-Wilson, Birkbeck College, Department of Psychology,
Malet St, London WC1E 7HX, England (Tel: 071-631-
6585/6372/fx6587; E-mail: ubjta38cu.bbk.ac.uk)
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Message 2: postdoctoral fellowship announcement

Date: Thu, 02 May 91 16:50:05 MST
From: Terry Langendoen <LANGENDT%ARIZVM1.BITNETCUNYVM.CUNY.EDU>
Subject: postdoctoral fellowship announcement
The Cognitive Science Program and the Cognitive Neurosciences program at
the University of Arizona are seeking to fill a one-year post-doctoral
fellowship position, commencing in August or September, 1991, pending
the availability of funds. We are interested in applications from
persons with combined computational and experimental interests in human
cognition in the areas of memory, inference,~?language, and visual
perception. Candidates with strong computational (including
connectionist) and cognitive simulation backgrounds will be given
priority. Application review will begin May 15; the position will
remain open until filled. The University of Arizona is an equal
opportunity employer; minority and women candidates are encouraged to
apply.

Email to: garrettarizrvax.bitnet or garrettrvax.ccit.arizona.edu
Send regular mail applications to: M. Garrett, Director of Cognitive
Science, Psychology 312, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, 85721 USA

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