LINGUIST List 22.3376|
Thu Aug 25 2011
Jobs: Phonology: Lab Manager, Northeastern University
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1. Iris Berent ,
Phonology: Manager / Lab manager, Northeastern University, MA, USA
Message 1: Phonology: Manager / Lab manager, Northeastern University, MA, USA
From: Iris Berent <i.berentneu.edu>
Subject: Phonology: Manager / Lab manager, Northeastern University, MA, USA
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University or Organization: Northeastern University
Department: Psychology/Phonology and reading lab
Job Location: Massachusetts, USA
Web Address: http://www.psych.neu.edu/faculty/i.berent/index.htm
Job Rank: Manager
Specialty Areas: Phonology
The phonology and reading lab at Northeastern University, Boston is seeking a
Desired qualifications include:
- Background in psychology, linguistics and computer science
- Previous experience in psychological lab setting
- Experience in infant lab
- Programming skills.
Please contact the PI, Dr. Iris Berent. at the application email address below.
Applications will be reviewed as they are received.
Application Deadline: 15-Sep-2011
Email Address for Applications: i.berentneu.edu
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