SMITH, Howard A.

(PSYCHOSEMIOTICS) Psychosemiotics and its Peircean Foundations

smithh@educ.queensu.ca

Howard A. Smith, Ph.D (Toronto), is Associate Professor of Education (Educational Psychology) at Queen's University in Kingston, Canada. He is known internationally for his numerous publications on nonverbal communication in teaching, human learning, and the semiotics of education, with a special focus on the theory of Charles Peirce. In pursuing these interests, he has spent extended research leaves in the United States of America (Stanford and Indiana Universities), Italy (University of Bologna), Australia (Deakin University), and Brazil (Federal University of Paraná). His latest book, entitled Psychosemiotics, was published by Peter Lang in 2001.

Faculty of Education, Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario 7L 3N6 Canada
Tel: (613) 533-6000 Ext 77413
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http://educ.queensu.ca/~smithh