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The post-doctoral researcher will coordinate and conduct research together with a supervisory team including local and international experts, with the aim of developing the research area in diagnostic assessment in a multilingual context. The post-doctoral researcher will co-ordinate the development of two diagnostic test batteries for specific learning disorders in the areas of reading/writing and mathematics adapted to the linguistically heterogenous Luxembourgish school context (i.e. diverse language and cultural backgrounds). In close collaboration with the national competence center “Centre pour le développement des apprentissanges Grande-Duchesse Maria Teresa”, the post-doctoral researcher co-develops two new test batteries to be used for diagnostic purposes.
The post-doctoral researcher will review research on specific learning disorders in the area of reading/writing and mathematics in a multilingual context as well as existing assessment tools. The following general research tasks are included in the responsibilities of the doctoral researcher:
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|Intitulé||Postdoctoral researcher in Psychology|
|Employeur||University of Luxembourg|
|Job location||6, rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, L-1359 Luxembourg|
|Publié||mars 25, 2021|
|Date limite d'inscription||Non Spécifiée|
|Types d'emploi||Post doc  |
|Domaines de recherche :||Neuropsychologie,   Psychologie du sport,   Psychopathologie,   Psychologie appliquée,   Science du comportement,   Psychologie biologique,   Psychologie communautaire,   Psychologie du développement,   Psychologie différentielle,    and 17 more. Psychopédagogie,   Émotion,   Psychologie évolutionniste,   Psychologie expérimentale,   Psychologie juridique,   Psychologie de la santé,   Communication intrapersonnelle,   Psychologie judiciaire (psychologie et droit),   Psychologie des médias,   Psychologie des organisations,   Psychologie de la personnalité,   Psychologie positive,   Psychanalyse,   Psychophysique,   Psychologie quantitative,   Psychologie sociale,   Psychologie cognitive  |