24.4824, Support: English, Psycholinguistics/United Kingdom

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Subject: 24.4824, Support: English, Psycholinguistics/United Kingdom

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Date: Fri, 29 Nov 2013 14:11:26
From: Mark Torrance [mark.torrance at ntu.ac.uk]
Subject: PhD Student, Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom

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 Institution/Organization: Nottingham Trent University 
Department: Psychology Division 

Level: PhD 

Duties: Research
Specialty Areas: Psycholinguistics 
Required Language(s): English (eng)


Planning scope in written language production.

PhD bursary (tuition fees plus annual stipend of around 13kGBP).

Please email mark.torrance at ntu.ac.uk directly for further information before applying. Please include a brief CV. This should be done immediately (and very well in advance of the deadline).

Research will contribute to understanding of planning scope and associated psycholinguistic mechanisms both in the controlled production of written phrases and sentences, and in the writing of spontaneous, multi-sentence texts (e.g., short essays).

Study in this area could draw on a range of methods used within experimental psycholinguistics. The student would be encouraged to explore methods that combine eye-tracking and keystroke logging. Cross-language comparison, with existing European collaborators, is also possible.

Candidates for this studentship will require a strong grounding in linguistics or psychology, ideally to masters level or equivalent. They will need to demonstrate an aptitude for learning methods for sophisticated data manipulation and statistical analysis. 

Application Deadline: 24-Jan-2014 

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Contact Information: 
	Mark Torrance 
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