Face-To-Face With Change:  The 
Implementation of Technology-Enabled Learning of Nonverbal and Paralinguistic Features of Language

Bibliography Of Work On Nonverbals & Paralinguistics

compiled by Carolyn Fidelman
Northeastern University
"Face-to-Face With Change" Project

Please note that the following is a listing of many publications related to this 
area regardless of quality.  Annotations may help in understanding content.
Please send corrections, additions, added annotations to fidelman@lynx.neu.edu 


Allen, Linda Quinn "The Effects of Emblematic Gestures on the 
Development and Access of Mental Representations of French Expressions"  
Modern Langauge Journal v 79 n 4 Winter 1995 pp.521-527.

Analyzing Intercultural Communication.  Ed. Knapp, Karlfried, Werner 
Enniger and Annelie Knapp-Pothoff. Berlin, New York:  Mouton de 
Gruyter, 1987.  (rec. by Morain)

Antes, Theresa A., "Kinesics: The Value of Gesture in Language and in
the Foreign Language Classroom" Foreign Language Annals
vol.29 no.3,  Fall 1996, pp. 439-448.

Argentin, Gabriel  Quand faire, c'est dire . . .   Li?ge, Brussels:  P. 
Mardaga, 1989

Argyle, Michael.  Bodily Communication.  London, New York.  1988
(best scholarly textbook on the subject.  see Chap 4 on cultural differences.)

Aspects of Nonverbal Communication.  ed. Walburga von Raffler-Engel.  
Lisse:  Swets and Zeitlinger, 1980.

Axtell, Roger.  "Gestures:  The DO's and TABOOs of Body Language Around the World".
  John Wiley & Sons.  ISBN 0-471-53672-5

--  _Do's and Taboos Around the World_ ISBN 0-471-52119-1
about body language in foreign cultures
(contrib. Alice Cannistra CANNISTRAA@HARTWICK.EDU
 and Valerie McGinley Marshall, Director
Latin American Curriculum Resource Center

The Biological Foundations of Gestures:  motor and semiotic aspects.  Ed. 
Jean-Luc Nespoulos.  Hilsdale, NY:  L. Erlbaum, 1986.

Birdwhistell, Ray.  Introduction to Kinesics, 1952.
(a founding father of nonverbal studies)

Birdwhistell, Ray.  Kinesics and context:  essays on body motion 
communication.  1970.

Brooks, Michael.  Instant Rapport.  New York:  Warner Books, Inc., 1989.
(Based on NLP, pop book , makes the case for creating an CONGRUENCY in 
communic. Explains the Visual, Auditory, and Kinethesthic personality types.  learning 
to be like the other person p.22)

Brossard, a., W.S. Condon, M. Cook, et al.  La Communication Non-
Verbale.  Neuch?tel, Paris:  Delachaux, 1984.

Buck, Ross.  The Communication of Emotion.  New York, London:  The 
Guilford Press, 1984.

Bull, Peter.  Body Movement and Interpersonal Communication.  
Chichester, New York, Brisbane:  John Wiley & Sons, 1983.

"Can We Talk?" ed. Alan Finkelstein Parents Magazine .  September, 1991. 
p. 15.
(Blurb re studies of Anne Fernald, Pysch. Dept., Stanford showing the strong role of 
intonation in mother/baby interactions.)

Cangelosi, Don.  Italian without words, 1989.

Carroll, Raymonde.  Cultural Misunderstandings:  The French-
American Experience.  trans. Carol Volk (Evidences invisibles, 
Editions du Seuil, 1987)  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 

Chirologia or the natural language of the hand.

Anthropological perspectives of movement, 1975.

Chun, Dorothy  Signal Analysis Software for Teaching Discourse Intonation, 
Language Learning & Technology, Vol. 2, No. 1, July 1998, pp. 61-77.

Code Switching:  Anthropological and Sociolinguistic Perspectives. Ed. 
Monica Heller, 1988.  (rec. by Morain)

Collett, P. "Training Englishmen in the Nonverbal Behaviour of Arabs:  
An Experiment in Intercultural  Communication."  International Journal of 
Psychology 6 (1971):  209-215.

Condon, William, "Cultural Microrhythms", in Interaction 
Rhythms, Ed. ?, 1972, pp. /??

Corraze, Jacques, Les communications non-verbales, Paris:  Presses 
Universitaires de France (PUF), 1980.  189 p.

Corraze, Jacques (ed.) Schema corporel et image du corps.  Toulouse: 
Privat. 1973.  187p.

Crook, Jere Lawrence, III.  An Investigation of the Hypothesis of 
Synchrony Between Listener's Eye Blinks and Speakers' Speech in Native 
French Conversation.  Doctoral thesis in Romance Languages and 
Literatures, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.  Sept. 1990.

Crook, Jere.  "Teaching Communication with the French" French Review 

Descamps, Marc-Alain  Le langage du corps et la communication 
corporelle.  Paris:  Presses Universitaires de France (PUF), 1989. 242 p.

Devers, Thomas.  Communiquer autrement:  expression non-verbale, 
attitudes et comportement.  Paris: 1985.

"Diccionario de gestos con sus giros mas usuales"
autores:  J. Coll/ Ma. J. Gelabert/ E. Martinell
Publisher: EDELSA/ED16, General Oraa, 32, 28006 Madrid
ISBN 84-7711-058-1  (available at Casa del Libro, Madrid 1025 pesetas)
The book has a short paragraph on 92 different gestures.  Each paragraph is
illustrated by a comical drawing.  Sample gestures are those for "Vete,"
"Calmate,"  "Lagarto, lagarto," "Que pereza," "Beber,"  etc.
(contrib. Judy-Ann West    jwest@RPA.NET)

Duron, Roland.  La Conscience gestuelle:  recherches th?oriques et 
cliniques.  Paris:  Universit? de Paris, Facult? des Lettres et Sciences 
Humaines, Sorbonne, 1969.

(Ekman is the foremost expert on facial meanings, established
universality of 6 basic facial expressions)
Ekman, P.,  "Movements with Precise Meanings,"  Journal of 
Communication 26 (1976):  14-26.

Ekman, P. and W. V. Friesen, "The Repertoire of Nonverbal Behavior:  
Categories, Origins, Usage and Coding,"  Semiotica 1 (1969):  49-98.

Ekman, P. and W. V. Friesen,  "Hand Movements," Journal of 
Communication 22 (1972):  353-374.

Ekman, P. and W. V. Friesen, "Nonverbal Behavior and 
Psychopathology," in R.J. Friedman and M. M. Katz (eds.) The Psychology 
of Depression:  Contemporary Theory and Research  (Washington:  
Winston & Sons, 1974.)

Fast, Julius Body Language 1968(?)
(example of pop psychology approach; discredited but influential.)

Feyereisen, Pierre.  Psychologie du geste.  Bruxelles:  P. Mardaga, 1985.

Fidelman, Carolyn 
-"Dans la peau des Français, In deutsche Haut geschlüpft:  une 
approche du rythme linguistique, de l'intonation et des 
comportements corporels, grâce au vidéodisque piloté par 
ordinateur" in Intercultures No. 23, nov.-déc. 1993.  SIETAR 
(Société pour l'éducation, la formation et la recherche 
interculturelles), Paris, France.

-"Teaching nonverbal communication skills'', Athelstan Newsletter on 
Technology and Language Learning, vol 5 (3), February, 1993, p.5.

-Dans la peau des Français (In The French Body),
 [interactive videodisc program for teaching nonverbal communication
 skills in French], Network Technology Corp., Charlestown, MA, Nov. 1992.

-In deutsche Haut geschlüpft (In The German Body),
 [interactive videodisc program for teaching nonverbal communication
 skills in German], Network Technology Corp., Charlestown, MA, Nov. 1992.

-"Enabling Technologies and Curricular Change'' in ERIC database, 
May, 1992.

-"Formative Evaluation in Foreign Language Materials Development'', 
Journal of Educational Techniques and Technologies, vol. XXII, no. 4, 
Winter 1989-90.

-"French In Motion'' Encyclomedia  optical disc, Apple Computer Inc., 
March 1990.

Gazzaniga, Michael S., "The Social Brain", Psychology Today, November 
1985, pp. 29-38.

Geste et Image, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1991.
 (Association Geste et Image-AGI, 27 rue Paul Bert, 94204 Ivry, France.)

Gestural Representation, 1968.

Gesture, race and culture: a tentative study of the spatio-temporal and 
linguistic aspects of the gestural behavior of eastern Jews and southern 
Italians in New York City living under similar as well as different 
environmental conditions.  Sketches by S. van Venn.
The Hague, Mouton 1972	[BF935 .G4E37 1972]

Gestures, their origins and distribution, 1979

Green, Jerald.  Gesture Inventory for the Teaching of Spanish, 1968.

Guilford, J.P. "An Experiment in Learning to Read Facial Expressions."  
Journal of Abnormal Social Psychology 24 (1929):  191-202.

Guilford, J.P. Psychometric Methods. 2nd ed. New York:  McGraw-Hill 
Book Company, 1954.   
(Rosenthal feels that this is the grandaddy of all psych statistics books)

Hall, Edward T., The Silent Language, Doubleday, 1959.

-----The Hidden Dimension, 1964

-----Beyond Culture, 1976.

-----The Dance of Life, 1983.

Hall, Edward T., Cultural Misunderstandings:  The French, 
Germans, and Americans

Harrison.  Beyond Words; an introduction to nonverbal communication. 

Heslin, Richard.  Nonverbal Behavior and Social Psychology.  Plenum 
Press, 1982.

Hinde, R.A.  Nonverbal Communication.  Cambridge University Press, 

Hoffman, M. "The Effects of Training on the Judgement of Nonverbal 
Behavior."  Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Harvard University, 1964.

Interaction Rhythms;  periodicity in communicative behavior., 1982.

International Conference on Nonverbal Behaviour, Ontario Institute for 
Studies in Education 1976.	[BF637  .C45I57  1976]

Jackson, Judy, "At Tufts, studying the language means moving ? la 
fran?aise", Boston Sunday Globe, Nov. 27, 1988, p. B62-3.
(article about Fidelman's experimental class in teaching nvb/French)

Jeudon, Dr. R.  L'education du geste.  Paris: L. Arnette, 1941.

Journal of Nonverbal Behavior

Jousse, Marcel.  L'anthropologie du geste, Paris: Resma, 1969, 1974.

Karlin, Daniel et Tony Lain? .  L'amour en France.  Paris:  Grasset, 1989.

Kendon, Adam, Conducting interaction (Cambridge), 1990.

Key, Mary Ritchie.  Nonverbal communication, a research guide and 
bibliography.  Metuchen, NJ:  Scarecrow Press, 1977.  [P99.5  .K4]

Kirch, Max.  Deutshe gebardensprache, 1987.

Knapp, Mark L., & Hall, Judith A., 
Nonverbal communication in human interaction, 4th ed.,
Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt Brace. 1996
[BF637. C45 K57]   p. 30 give percentages and components of NVC

------Essentials of Nonverbal Communication, 1980.  [BF637. C45 K56]

------Handbook of Interpersonal Communication, 1985. [BF637.C45 H287] 

The Language of Gesture, 1939

The Language of Gesture, 1973

Kostolany, Françoise.  Connaître les autres par les gestes.  Paris: Ed. Retz 
C.E.P.L., 1976.

La lecture sensorimotrice et cognitive de l'experience spatiale:  directions 
et distances.  Quatri?me Forum - Espace tenu ? l'Institut de 
neurophysiologie et psychophysiologie de Marseille en Mars 1984.  Publi? 
sous la direction de Jacques Paillard avec Beaubaton, Behoonous, Bonnet, 
Bouet, etc.  Paris:  Centre national de la recherche scientifique, 1984.

Ledru-Menot, Odile.
- "Gestualité, rythme et intonation: quelques aspects de la problematique 
en didactique des langues"Geste et Image, Centre National de la 
Recherche Scientifique, 1991.

- "Elements de terminologie pour aborder les communications 
parlées: un outil pour le chercheur et l'enseignant-formateur" 
Intercultures No. 23, nov.-déc. 1993.  SIETAR (Société pour l'éducation, 
la formation et la recherche interculturelles), Paris, France.
(excellent rundown of use of terms for describing our work)

Leonard, George.  The Silent Pulse: A Search for the Perfect Rhythm That 
Exists in Each of Us. New York:  E. P. Dutton, 1978.

McCardle, Ellen S.  Nonverbal communication for media, library and 
information specialists.  Edited by Patrick R. Penland.  Illustrated by Paul 
B. Edwards.  NY:  M. Dekker, 1974.	[BF637. C45 M22]

McCarthy, Michael.  Discourse Analysis for Language Teachers.  
Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1991.
(mentions ethnomethodolists as people who study how people behave and how they 
cooperate in the management of discourse.)

McClave, Evelyn "Gestural Beats: The Rhythm Hypothesis", 
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, vol.23, no. 1, 1994.

McNeill, William H.  Keeping Together In Time Dance and 
Drill in Human History , Harvard University Press, 1995.
(does not go to the micromovement level but makes a good case for power and group 
behavior via rhythm manipulations.  Persuasive Hitler example at the end)

Mehrabian, Albert.  Nonverbal Communication.  Chicago: 
Aldine-Atherton, 1972.	[BF637. C45M43]
(p.182 gives communicative breakdown for feeling and liking.  7% verbal, 38% tone, 
55% facial expression)

Mehrabian, Albert, "A Semantic Space for Nonverbal Behavior,"  Journal 
of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 35 (1970):  248-257.

Mehrabian, Albert, Silent Messages  (Belmont, CA:  Wadsworth, 1971).

Miller, Patrick W.  Nonverbal Communication.  Washington D.C. NEA, 
c1981 (What research says to the teacher)	[LB1027 M467]

Molcho, S.  Korpersprache, 1983

Morain, Genelle.  Kinesics and cross-cultural understanding., 1978.

Morris, Charles.  Signs, Language and Behavior (Prentice Hall, 
1949) New York:  George Braziller, Inc. 1955.
* proposes inclusive view of linguistics called general linguistics
   (auditory, visual, tactual)
* arguments on pp. 120-1 support notion that there is often a need
   to reinforce the perception of the adequacy of a sign.  NV would
    be one way.
* section on "The Significance of Non-Vocal Signs"
* section on "Communication, Co-operation, and Conflict"; comments
   the pos. and neg. uses of communicative skill and knowledge
* p.219 def. of semiotics as = pragmatics - origin, uses, and effects
   of signs within the total behavior of the interpreter of signs.
   semantics - signification of signs
   syntactics - signs in relation to each other
* confusion - at the beginning of book he talks about general linguistics
   as overarching linguistics then by 219 is talking about semiotics as
   the metalanguage of linguistics.

Morris, Desmond. Gestures. 1982

Multichannel Integrations of nonverbal behavior, 1985

Nine, Curt. Teacher training pack for a course on cultural awareness, 

Nolan, M.J., "The Relationship Between Verbal and Nonverbal 
Communication," in G.H. Hanneman and W.J. McEwen (eds.), 
Communication and Behavior  (Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley, 1975), 

Nonverbal Behavior: Applications and Cultural Implications.  Edited by 
Aaron Wolfgang.  NY:  Academic Press, 1979.

--"The State of the Art" by Martha Davis, The Institute for Nonverbal 
Communication Research, NY, NY.  In section "Clinical and Teaching 
Implications gives guide to filming and analysing NVC.

--Common Misconceptions About Nonverbal Communication:  Implications 
For Training" by Robert M. Soucie, Seneca College, Toronto, Ontario.  
Fashionable nonsense, waste of time, dangerous meddling.

Nonverbal Behavior and Communication.  ed.s A.W. Siegman, S. 
Feldstein.  Hillsdale: L. Erlbaum, 1978.

Nonverbal behavior in group work; observational technique and typology 
of pupils' work.  Marti Kainen, Marja.  Helsinki, Institute of Education, 
University of Helsinki 1972	[LB1032. M39]

Nonverbal communication.  Edited by R.A. Hirde.  Cambridge University 
Press 1972.  Papers by members of the Royal Society Study Group on 
Nonverbal Communication.	[BF637. C45N65]

Nonverbal Communication, 2nd ed., Shirley Weitz, ed.  New York:  
Oxford University Press, 1979

Nostrand, Howard Lee. "Culture in Language Teaching:  The 
Next Phase." ADFL Bulletin, vol. 20, No. 1, September 1988, p. 

Patterson, M.L.  "Stability of Noverbal Immediacy Behaviors."  Journal of 
Experimental Social Psychology 9 (11973):  97-109.

Picard, Dominique.  Du code au désir:  le corps dans la relation sociale, 

Relationship of Verbal and Nonverbal Communication.  ed. Mary Ritchie 
Key.  The Hague, Paris, New York:  Mouton, 1981.

Roberts, Marjory, "In The Blink Of An Eye", Psychology Today, Mar 
1988, pp8-9.

Rosenthal, Robert, Archer, D., DiMatteo, M.R., Koivumaki, J.H., 
and Rogers, P.L.  "Measuring Sensitivity to Nonverbal 
Communications:  The PONS Test."   in Nonverbal Behavior: 
Applications and Cultural Implications.  Edited by Aaron 
Wolfgang.  NY:  Academic Press, 1979.
(Talks about the PONS test and has section "Cultural Variations in the
 perception of Nonverbal Communication" which lists cultural proximity
 of different language groups to American English.)

Rowe, Allen  "Written Prefatory Comments, Nonverbal Communication, and
Comprehension in Foreign Language Study," unpublished Ph.D. dissertation
in instructional technology from Utah State University Logan UT 1996 

Ruesch, Jurgen, W. Kees. Nonverbal communication. 1972.

Ruesch, Jurgen.  Nonverbal communication; notes on the visual perception 
of human relations.  Berkeley, University of California Press, 1956. ill.
[P90. R8]

Salzer, Jacques.  L'expression corporelle: un enseignement de la 
communication.  Paris:  Presses Universitaires de France (PUF), 1981.

Symposium on Communication and Affect, 3d, Erindale College, 1973.  
Nonverbal communication (proceedings).  Ed. Lester Krames, Patricia 
Pliner, Thomas Alloway.  NY:  Plenum Press, 1974.  [BF637.c4559 1973]

Symposium on Communication and Affect  (4th:  1974:  Erindale College)  
Noverbal communication of aggression [proceedings].  [BF637.C4559]

Tannen, Deborah,  You Just Don't Understand.  William 
Morrow and Co. 1989 or 90.

-----That's Not What I Meant!:  How Conversational Style Makes or Breaks 
Relationships.  New York:  Ballantine Books. 1986.

-----Conversational Style:  Analysing Talk Among Friends.  Ablex 
Publishing Corp., 1984.


Weitz, Shirley , ed. Nonverbal Communication, 2nd ed.. New York:  
Oxford University Press, 1979.

Wylie, Laurence.  (foremost advocate for nonverbal studies in language learning)
- Beaux Gestes: A Guide to French Body Talk The 
Undegraduate Press, E.P. Dutton, 1977.

-"Language Learning and Communication." The French Review 
58, 6 (1985): 777-85.

-Les Fran?ais  2nd edition 1995  Prentice-Hall. 
(see chapter 4 "Points de vue fran?ais sur le corps" p. 59-71)

Yersin, Marie and Jeanne.  The Yersin Phonorhythmic method of French 
pronunciation.  J.B. Lippincott Co. 1902.  p.10-11.
(very early example of use of rhythm in teaching language; can be found in special 
collection of old textbooks, Gutman library, Harvard)

Zunin, Leonard, Contact:  The First Four Minutes.  Los Angeles: Nash 
Publishing, 1972.


Biblioth?que Nationale, Paris.

Biblioth?que H. Pieron de L'U.E.R., Institut de Psychologie,  Universit? de 
Paris V, 28, rue Serpente, 75006 Paris.

Gutman Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

Wiedner Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

Healey Library, University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA


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