István Fekete Researcher Profile

Researcher ProfilesIstván Fekete did his postdoctoral training in psycholinguistics at the University of Oldenburg, Germany, where he worked also as a consultant in statistics and research methods.

István Fekete

Previously, he was a research fellow at the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and earlier a research assistant at the Department of Cognitive Science of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, where he received his PhD in psycholinguistics in 2013. He earned his M.A. degrees in English and German language and literature from Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest in 2006.

His research focuses on psycholinguistics, cognitive linguistics, semantics and pragmatics, the understanding of exhaustivity in wh-phrases, and isolating language disorder using machine-learning approaches. His wider research interests include interdisciplinary work and the application of advanced statistical methods to linguistic data. He has worked with EEG, eye-tracking and behavioral methods.

For publications, please see
https://loop.frontiersin.org/people/491179/overview

U Warwick Job Ads: Applied Linguistics (UK)

Job adsThe Center for Applied Linguistics at the University of Warwick is currently advertising 2 positions:

Assistant or Associate Professor of Psycholinguistics, Deadline: 6 May 2018.

You will be an ambitious linguist, with expertise in psycholinguistics. Applicants with a specialism in two or more of the following areas are particularly encouraged to apply: first language acquisition, second language acquisition, language and cognition, multilingualism, quantitative research methodology, semantics.

Senior Teaching Fellow: Applied Linguistics – Intercultural Communication, Deadline: 19 April 2018. Fixed term contract for 2 years.

You will be an applied linguist with expertise in two or more of the following areas: intercultural communication, intercultural adaptation, pragmatics, communication process, intercultural business communication, globalisation and diversity, qualitative research methodology.