Research Fellow in Special Needs Education (ref 177574)

Updated: 8 months ago
Deadline: 31 Dec 2019

The main research goal of the position is to investigate the cognitive mechanisms of reading fluency and its relationship to general reading skills. The project involves planning and conducting experimental and correlational studies in children and adults, potentially including eye tracking, aiming to map out and understand the components of and individual differences in reading efficiency as assessed with individual words, sentences, and texts. This will include the creation and validation of new methods and tools to assess reading efficiency across levels of processing. The research will be conducted within the research group Literacy and Numeracy in Context  (LiNCon) and in association with  Oslo Assessment, Intervention and Learning Lab (O-AILL) at the Faculty of Educational Sciences, University of Oslo.

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