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Research Assistant for the Dutch Research Consortium 'Language in Interaction', Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging, Nijmegen, the Netherlands

As a research assistant you help us write codes for extracting several automated measures from a natural interaction based on written transcripts, Kinect movement data, audio, and video materials. We have collected a large corpus of task-based interactions between participants (n = 71 pairs, about 1 hour per pair). Given the large size of this corpus, we aim to analyse these interactional data in an automated manner as much as possible. Together with Dr Sara Bögels, the coordinator of the project, and various other team members of the Communicative Alignment in Brain and Behaviour (CABB or BQ3) team, you will help write codes for such automated analyses of the interactions.

Application deadline: 15 September 2022

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