A 4-year PhD position is available in Peter Hagoort's Neurobiology of Language Department at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. The MPI is a renowned institute, devoted to the multidisciplinary study of language and cognition (www.mpi.nl).
The Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics (Nijmegen, the Netherlands) is inviting applications for a PhD position on the topic of 'The effect of literacy acquisition on the neural networks for language and vision'
The Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics (Nijmegen, the Netherlands) is offering a laboratory and animal technician position in the Language & Genetics Department.
A research technician is sought to join the Neurogenetics of Vocal Communication (NVC) Group investigating the genetic and molecular underpinnings of speech, language and vocal learning at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics (Nijmegen, the Netherlands).
The Psychology of Language department has three places for interns from September 1 to June 30.
Stagiere gezocht met Nederlands als moedertaal voor de afdeling 'Language & Cognition'.
Open part-time position The Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics (Nijmegen, the Netherlands) is offering a part-time position in the innovative field of Language & Genetics. A part-time student assistant is sought to join the group of Sonja Vernes within the new, state of the art Neurogenetics of Vocal Communication Group (http://www.mpi.nl/departments/neurogen), investigating the genetic underpinnings of language and communication. The position will be a support role mainly involving histological lab techniques.
We are looking for 2 Dutch native speakers
The NWO Gravitation consortium ’Language in Interaction’ invites applications for a postdoc position: ’Developing a language test battery for young adults’. In this position you will have the opportunity to conduct world-class research as a member of an interdisciplinary team. You will lead a project that will be part of a large-scale research programme aiming to characterize individual variation in language skills at behavioural, neurobiological and genetic levels. A crucial component of this ambitious venture is to develop a test battery for language skills that comprehensively, reliably, and efficiently assesses the core skills underlying speaking and listening. The battery should be suitable for assessing young adults (18 to 30 years) with a broad spectrum of abilities. You will play a central role in the development of this test battery.