Monday, October 22, 2012

[USA] Post Doc in Neuro-linguistics at the University of Arizona plus 1 more

[USA] Post Doc in Neuro-linguistics at the University of Arizona plus 1 more

[USA] Post Doc in Neuro-linguistics at the University of Arizona


Topic: Computational linguistics, neurolinguistics: Post Doc, University of Arizona, Arizona, USA

University or Organization: University of Arizona
Department of Physiology
Work Location: Arizona, USA
Employment Rank: Post Doc
Expertise: Computational linguistics, neurolinguistics, phonetics

Postdoctoral position is available in a suitable laboratory E. Fiona Bailey, PhD., Department of Physiology at the University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. The candidate will work on the NIDCD NIH-funded research project, the study of the neuromuscular control of human language to language. Research focuses on the study of language are regarded as the output of human motor control with a particular neuron to achieve the desired results of acoustic / goals. The use of tungsten microelectrodes candidate identification and characterization of a single block of the engine and the EMG activity of the muscles, depending on the motor cortex (volitional) controlled behavior. The candidate will be responsible for the development of appropriate incentives speech almost word and acoustic measurements and associated analysis. The salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.

[Germany] PhD in Language Acquisition, Neurolinguistics, Psycholinguistics, University of Potsdam


Subject: Language Acquisition, Neurolinguistics, Psycholinguistics: PhD Student, University of Potsdam, Germany
Level: Doctor
Search functions: Research
Areas of expertise: Language acquisition Psycholinguistics Neurolinguistics;

We are now accepting applications for experimental approaches of the Erasmus Mundus doctoral program `for the language and the brain` (Idealab). The PhD program has become one of the best three-year doctoral training to its candidates with a focus on language acquisition and disorders of integrating interdisciplinary approaches.

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