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July 7, 2010

Post-Doc in Experimental Pragmatics

A two year Postdoctoral Research Associate is required to work on an ESRC funded project entitled, "The time course of inferences in language comprehension," awarded to Dr. Lewis Bott, Dr Todd Bailey and Dr. Dan Grodner. The project involves developing and testing processing models of how linguistic inferences are understood. The successful candidate will have a PhD in a Linguistics or Cognitive Psychology, and experience of psycholinguistics research. Desirable criteria include familiarity with theoretical linguistic pragmatics and expertise in online psycholinguistics techniques such as eyetracking. Please contact Dr. Lewis Bott (BottLA@Cardiff.ac.uk) for informal enquiries or see http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/ABJ191/research-associate/ for application details. The deadline for applications is 26th July, 2010.
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Cardiff School of Psychology

The School of Psychology at Cardiff is one of the largest and most successful departments of psychology in the United Kingdom. There are currently over 50 academic staff, 100+ research staff and a further 20+ Research Fellows (including Royal Society, BBSRC, ESRC, Leverhulme Trust and British Academy Research Fellows). The School also has over 120 full-time students studying for Doctorates, both in research and on our professional Doctorate programmes. The quality and relevance of our research has been recognised in every Research Assessment Exercise. High rankings in the 2008 results follow the highest possible ratings under the assessments in 1996 and 2001.
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Lewis Bott, PhD
School of Psychology
Cardiff University
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Posted by ira at July 7, 2010 3:02 PM

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