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Thu Mar 21 2002

Jobs: Psycholing: Chair U/Potsdam Brandenberg Germany

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  1. Ria de Bleser, Psycholinguistics: Chair (C4) at Univ of Potsdam, Brandenburg Germany

Message 1: Psycholinguistics: Chair (C4) at Univ of Potsdam, Brandenburg Germany

Date: 21 Mar 2002 13:25:04 -0000
From: Ria de Bleser <>
Subject: Psycholinguistics: Chair (C4) at Univ of Potsdam, Brandenburg Germany

Rank of Job: Chair (C4)
Areas Required: Psycholinguistics
Other Desired Areas: Impaired and Unimpaired Language Acquisition
University or Organization: University of Potsdam
Department: Department of Linguistics
State or Province: Brandenburg
Country: Germany
Final Date of Application: April 15, 2002 
Contact: Ria de Bleser

Address for Applications:
Am Neuen Palais 10

Attention! New application deadline is April 15, 2002.

The Department of Linguistics (Faculty of Human Sciences) of the
University of Potsdam, Germany, announces the following position

Chair (C4) in Psycholinguistics
(Impaired and Unimpaired Language Acquisition)

Candidates must be willing to cooperate with the patholinguistics
program in research and teaching. The patholinguistics program focuses
from a linguistic perspective on first language acquisition and its
disorders, on normal language processing and on acquired language
disorders. Given the practical and interdisciplinary nature of the
curriculum, experience in clinical work and readiness to cooperate
with pediatric doctors, speech and language therapists and clinical
psychologists is desirable.

Graduates from this program find employment as speech and language
therapists or as researchers in psycho- and neurolinguistics. The
deadline for applications is April 15, 2002.

A curriculum vitae, letter of application, selected publications,
statement of teaching experience and research interests should be sent

University of Potsdam
The President
Am Neuen Palais 10 / P.O. Box 601553
14469 Potsdam / 14415 Potsdam

Please also inform colleagues who could be interested in the position.
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