David Dalsky Associate Professor
|Graduate School Department /Course /Field||Human Coexistence/Foreign Language Acquisition and Education/Language Education Research and Development|
|Other Affiliation||Institute for Liberal Arts and Sciences|
|Research areas||Applied Intercultural Social Psychology|
|Keywords||team learning, exploratory practice, intergroup contact theory, social psychology, indigenous Japanese psychology|
|Themes||I'm currently interested in applying social psychology (i.e., intergroup contact theory) through team learning and an educational philosophy called Exploratory Practice to understand indigenous psychological concepts via Online Intercultural Exchanges with students and teachers in Japan, China, Germany, and Indonesia. The primary goal is to theorize and practice a pedagogy of "positive mutual intercultural understanding."|
|Major publications||Dalsky, D., & Su, J. Y. (forthcoming). Rappin’ on Campus: Multiliteracies in Action. In J. K. Shin, & P. Vinogradova (Eds.), Contemporary Foundations for Teaching English as an Additional Language: Pedagogical Approaches and Classroom Applications. Oxford: Routledge.
Dalsky, D., & Su, J. Y. (in press). Japanese Psychology and ICT: Presenting Wa in a Nomological Network. In D. Landis, & D. Bhawuk (Eds.), Handbook of Intercultural Training (4th Edition). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Stewart, T., Dalsky, D., & Tajino A. (2018). Team learning potential for TESOL practice. TESOL Journal. Online First: e00426, 1-12.
Tajino, A., Stewart, T., & Dalsky, D. (Eds.). (2016). Team teaching and team learning in the language classroom: Collaboration for innovation in ELT. New York: Routledge.
Dalsky, D., & Garant, M. (2016). A 5,000-mile virtual collaboration of team teaching and team learning. In A. Tajino, T. Stewart, & D. Dalsky (Eds.), Teaching and Team Learning in the Language Classroom: Collaboration for innovation in ELT (pp. 164-178). New York: Routledge.
Dalsky, D. (2011). Effects of communicating success with friends on self-esteem in Japan and the United States. Psychologia: An International Journal of Psychological Sciences, 54, 178-189.
Dalsky, D. (2010). Individuality in Japan and the United States: A cross-cultural priming experiment. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 34, 429-435.
Tajino, A., Stewart, T., & Dalsky, D. (Eds.). (2010). Writing for academic purposes: Eisakubun wo sostugyoshite eigoronbun wo kaku. Tokyo: Hitsuji Press.
Kyoto University Academic Vocabulary Research Group and Kenkyusha. (2009). Kyoto University data-based academic vocabulary: Basic English words 1110. Tokyo: Kenkyusha.
Dalsky, D., Gohm, C. L., Noguchi, K., & Shiomura K. (2008). Mutual self-enhancement in Japan and the United States. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 39, 215-223.
|Professional societies/Research and synergic activities||International Academy for Intercultural Research (IAIR)
Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP)
Association for Psychological Science (APS)
American Psychological Association (APA)
International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP)
The Japan Association of College English Teachers (JACET)
Associate Professor, Int. Academic Research and Resource Center, Kyoto University (2014-present)
Associate Professor, Grad. School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University (2014-present)
Associate Professor, Ctr. for the Promotion of Excellence in Higher Ed., Kyoto University (2008-2014)
Visiting Lecturer, Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University (2007-2008)
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Division of Human Sciences, Hokkaido University (2006-2007)
Japanese Ministry of Education (MEXT) Scholar, Faculty of Arts, Shinshu University (2004-2006)
Instructor, Psychology Department, University of Mississippi, Oxford, USA (2002-2004)
Instructor, Croft Institute for International Studies, University of Mississippi, Oxford, USA (2001-2004)
Ph.D. in Social Psychology, University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi, USA (2005)
M.A. in Social Psychology, University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi, USA (2002)
B.A. in Psychology, Saint Norbert College, De Pere, Wisconsin, USA (1998)