Selected Publications and Presentations


Nicholas O. Jungheim

Nicholas O. Jungheim

N. O. ユングハイム、

言葉を文化から切り離すことができないという概念に基づいて、異文化 コミュニケーションに強い関心があります。研究課題として言語習得に伴う語学学習者のノンバブル(非言語)行動を様々の角度から実験的に研究しています。

  • Jungheim, N. O. (2013). The interaction of language and nonverbal behavior influencing the perception of Japanese refusals. Tagen Bunka [Transcultural Studies]. 2, 71-94.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (2011). Web-based evaluation of EFL learners' pragmatic competence utilizing video stimuli. Waseda Review of Education, 25(1), 147-162.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (2010, July 20). Surely you gest: Gestures, communicative competence, and SLA. A lecture for the Tokyo Chapter of the Japan Association for Language Teaching.
  • Kinoshita, A., Yamashita, S., Jungheim, N. O., & Sunaga, M. (2010). An e-learning system for JSL medical students. Japan Association for Language Teaching International Conference. 愛知産業労働会館(名古屋)(2010年11月21日)
  • 山下早代子,ニコラス・ユングハイム,中村千賀子,須永昌代,木下淳博(2010)「e ラーニングで学ぶ医療コミュニケーション」第4回医療系大学eラーニング全国交流会、東京医科歯科大学(2010年2月19日)
  • Yamashita, S., Jungheim, N. O., Kinoshita, A., Okawa, A., Nakamura, C. Okita, Y., & Izutani, M. (2009). Training in medical communication through e-learning. 3rd International Symposium on Digital Technology in Language Education, Nagoya University of Commerce. Proceedings, 33-38. (ISSN 1995-4557)
  • Jungheim, N. O. (2009, November 21). Developing video materials using simple and readily-available tools. Paper presented at the JALT 2009, Shizuoka.
  • Jungheim, N. O., Yamashita, S., & Kawate-Mierzejewska, M. (2009, July 15). Teaching language learners to be rude: An examination of what learners need to know about rudeness. Paper presented at the 11th International Pragmatics Conference, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (2009, May 23). Using a simple digital camera to create materials to teach pragmatics Paper presented at the The 8th Annual Pan-Sig Conference, Nagareyama, Chiba.
  • Yamashita, S., Jungheim, N. O., Kinoshita, A., Okawa, A., Nakamura, C. & Okita, Y.(2009). Teaching physician-patient communication to JSL international student by e-learning. Leiden University. The Netherlands. (2009年3月11日)
  • Jungheim, N. O. (2009a). In search of an optimal Japanese Refusal: The use of language, gesture, and facial expression to clarify intention. Paper presented at the American Association for Applied Linguistics.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (2009b). Japanese refusals and obligatory contexts for gestures. Eibungaku [English Literature], 95, 1-18.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (2008). Language learner and native speaker perceptions of Japanese refusal gestures portrayed in video. In S. G. McCafferty & G. Stam (Eds.), Gesture: Second language acquisition and classroom research (pp. 157-182). New York: Routledge.
  • 山下早代子、木下淳博、大川 淳、中村千賀子、泉谷双蔵、大北葉子、Jungheim, N. O.(2008)「Eラーニングによる医療コミュニケーション教育」JALTCALL2008 Annual Conference, 名古屋商科大学、抄録集、45
  • Jungheim, N. O. (2007, November). Gestures and second language acquisition: Nonverbal ability in English and pragmatic ability in Japanese. A talk given at the McNeill Gesture Lab, University of Chicago.
  • Jungheim, N.O (2007, November) Communicative competence, gestures, and learners of English and Japanese. A lecture given at National Lewis College, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (2007, June). An exploratory study of contexts requiring gestures with Japanese refusals. A poster presented at the Third Congress of the International Society for Gesture Studies, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (2006). Learner and native speaker perspectives on a culturally-specific Japanese refusal gesture. International Review of Applied Linguistics, 44(2), 125-143.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (2005, July). (Un)conventionality of Japanese Native Speaker and JSL Refusal Gestures. Paper presented at the 14th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA), University of Wisconsin-Madison.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (2004). Hand in hand: A comparison of gestures accompanying Japanese native speaker and JSL learner refusals. JALT Journal, 26(2), 127-146.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (2004). Perception of gestures in Japanese media: The interpretation of refusals in two contexts. In N. O. Jungheim (Ed.), Media no ibunkakan eikyo [Cross-cultural effects of media] (pp. 63-96). Tokyo: The Research Institute of Aoyama Gakuin University.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (2003). Situation in hand: A comparison of Japanese native speaker and JSL learner refusal gestures. Bulletin of the Graduate Division of Literature of Waseda University II, 49, 1-15.
  • Fujimoto, D., Jungheim, N. O., Ryan, S., & Tatsuki, D. (2002). Pragmatics and intercultural communication compared. Pac3 at JALT 2001 Conference Proceedings. M. Swanson, D. M. Murray and K. Lane (Eds.). Tokyo, Japan Association for Language Teaching: 923-931.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (2002, June). The perception of gestures occurring with Japanese refusals. Paper presented at the First Congress of the International Society for Gesture Studies, University of Texis at Austin, TX.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (2001). The unspoken element of communicative competence: Evaluating language learners' nonverbal behavior. In T. Hudson & J. D. Brown (Eds.), A focus on language test development: Expanding the language proficiency construct across a variety of tests (pp. 1-34). Honolulu: University of Hawai'i, Second Language Teaching and Curriculum Center.
  • Jungheim, N. O., & Yamashita, S. (2001, April). Nonverbal behavior across proficiencies in JSL interlanguage refusals. Paper presented at the 2001 Conference of the National Council of Organizations of Less Commonly Taught Languages, Arlington, VA.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (2000). Nonverbal behavior and refusals in Japanese anime: Sazae-san. Pragmatic Matters 2 (1), 9-10. 2000.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (2000, September 8). An interlanguage of gestures in Japanese learners' L2 discourse. Paper presented at the 2000 Second Language Research Forum, Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Jungheim, N. O., & Robinson, P. (Eds.) (1999). Pragmatics and Pedagogy, Vol. 2: The Proceedings of the 3rd Pacific Second Language Research Forum. Tokyo: PacSLRF.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (1998). Keeping track with free readin'. in J.D. Brown (Ed.), New Ways of Classroom Assessment, Alexandria, VA, TESOL.
  • Natsume, H., Natsume, Y. & Jungheim, N. O. (1998). Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (コナン・ドイルの英語総合演習), Tokyo, Gemco Press.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (1996). Can't see what you mean: Language learners' use of nonverbal communication as a communication strategy, Paper presented at the 10th Annual International Conference on Pragmatics and Language Learning, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (1995). Assessing the unsaid: The development of tests of nonverbal ability. In J. D. Brown & S. O. Yamashita (Eds.), Language Testing in Japan (pp. 149-165). Tokyo: JALT.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (1994). Through the learner's eyes: Nonverbal behavior and personality in the foreign language classroom. Temple University Japan Research Studies in TESOL, 2, 93-108.
  • Jungheim, N. O. (1991). A study on the classroom acquisition of gestures in Japan. The Journal of Ryutsu Keizai University, 27(1), 61-68.
  • Jungheim, N. O., & Ushimaru, A. (1990). Kaiwa tatsujin e no michi "pafoomansu" ["Performance"−A key to the art of conversation]. Hayakumannin no Eigo [English for Millions], 5(May), 20-25.