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Personlig profil

Forskningsområde

Fields of research 

  • Embodied Interaction
  • Cognitive Ethnography
  • Gesture
  • Collective Creativity


Johanne Stege Philipsen is a Postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Language and Communication at SDU. Johanne has a background in Linguistics and Cognitive Semiotics from Aarhus University, and has done work in fields of Semiotics, Interaction studies, and Cognitive ethnography. Her main area of research is micro-analytic studies of face-to-face interaction with special interests including tactility, embodiment, gesture, joint problem solving, ecological cognition and collaborative idea generation processes. Her dissertation was dedicated to the diverse synergies of creative group processes with a special focus on idea generation using LEGO blocks and, among other things, involving the workshop method LEGO Serious Play. During her PhD training, Johanne has had several extensive international research stays with prof. Charles Goodwin and prof. Marjorie Harness Goodwin at UCLA. At the moment, she is investigating co-operative gesture transformations and embodied practices in psychotherapy. As a footnote, she has also published under her previous last name Bjørndahl.

Selected publications

Tylén, K., Philipsen, J. S., Roepstorff, A., & Fusaroli, R. (2016). Trails of meaning construction: Symbolic artifacts engage the social brain. NeuroImage, 134: 105-112.

Bjørndahl, J.S., Fusaroli R., Østergaard, S. and Tylén K. (2015) Agreeing is not enough: The constructive role of miscommunication. Interaction Studies, 16(3): 395-525.

Bjørndahl, J. S., Fusaroli, R., Østergaard, S., & Tylén, K. (2014). Thinking together with material representations: Joint epistemic actions in creative problem solving. Cognitive Semiotics, 7(1), 103-123.

Tylén K., Fusaroli R, Bjørndahl J.S., Raszerczek-Leonardi, J., Østergaard, S. & Stjernfelt, F. (2014) Diagrammatic Reasoning: abstraction, interaction, and insight. Pragmatics & Cognition, 22(2): 264-283.

Forskningsområder

  • Sprog, tekst og tale
  • Kommunikation
  • Multimodalitet og gestik
  • Kreativitet i grupper
  • Interaktionsanalyse
  • Kognitiv Etnografi

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