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1. Sexual selection and sex differences in vulnerability. Fourth Annual Meeting, Organization for the Study of Sex Differences, Ann Arbor, MI June, 2010
2. Evolved cognitive biases, human intellectual talent, and the creation of culture. Wallace National Research Symposium on Talent Development, May, 2010
3. The Missouri longitudinal study of mathematical development and disability. talk, School of Education, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China. April, 2010
4. Neural Correlates of Developmental Dyscalculia in Children: Univariate and Multivariate Analysis. 16th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping. Barcelona, Spain, June, 2010. January, 2010
5. The evolved mind and the creation of culture: Implications for scientific discovery and learning. 37th Carnegie symposium on cognition. Pittsburgh, PA. October, 2009
6. Origin of mind: Evolution of brain, cognition, and general intelligence International Society for Human Ethology, Orono, ME. July, 2009
7. Neural deficits underlying mathematical disability in children. 15th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, San Francisco, CA June, 2009
8. Neural correlates of individual differences in children’s strategy use during early mental arithmetic learning 15th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, San Francisco, CA June, 2009
9. Evolutionary developmental psychology: Implications for modern education. biannual meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, CO April, 2009
10. Learning mathematics: Findings from the national (U.S.) mathematics advisory panel international conference on issues and proposals in mathematics education sponsored by the Gulbenkian Foundation and the Portuguese Mathematical Society, Lisbon, Portugal November, 2008
11. Cognitive deficits in children with mathematical learning disability: A longitudinal, latent class analysis. Invited talk Institute of Education, University of London, London, UK. May, 2008
12. An evolutionary twist on sex differences in mathematics and science Invited seminar, Darwin Center, London School of Economics, London, UK. May, 2008
13. An evolutionary twist on sex, mathematics, and the sciences conference on Women in Science. American Enterprise Institute, Washington, DC. October, 2007
14. Neural basis of differential mathematical strategy use in children Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Chicago, Il. June, 2007
15. Neural basis of mathematical skill development. biannual meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. Boston, MA March, 2007
16. Neural basis of rapid retrieval of simple addition facts in 2nd and 3rd grade children biannual meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. Boston, MA March, 2007
17. Cognitive mechanisms underlying achievement deficits in children with mathematical learning disability biannual meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. Boston, MA March, 2007
18. Does evolution explain women’s advantages in social cognition? Invited colloquia, Cognitive Science Lecture Series, University of Delaware, Willington, DE. September, 2006
19. The origin of mind: Evolution of brain, cognition, and general intelligence. Invited colloquia, Department of Linguistics and Philosophy, University of Delaware, Willington, DE. September, 2006
20. Sex differences in science and mathematics: Is an evolutionary perspective informative? annual meeting of the American Psychological Association August, 2006
21. Can evolution contribute to our understanding of sex differences in math and science abilities? 4th annual Brian and Learning Conference, co-sponsored by Harvard School of Education, Dana Foundation, and others, Cambridge, MA. May, 2006
22. Algebraic reasoning: Developmental, neurocognitive, and disciplinary foundations for instruction. symposium co-sponsored by NIH, IES, NSF, and Brookings Institute, Washington, DC September, 2005
23. Does evolution explain women’s advantages in social cognition? Invited symposium colloquia, Mind/Brain/Behavior Initiative, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA September, 2005
24. The origin of mind: Evolution of brain, cognition, and general intelligence. Invited colloquia, Department of Psychological Sciences, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN. March, 2005
25. What is the evolutionary raison’ d’être of lifetimes? Invited colloquia, Institute of Molecular Pathology, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria. November, 2004
26. The origin of mind: Evolution of brain, cognition, and general intelligence Invited colloquia, Institute for Psychology, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany. November, 2004
27. The origin of mind: Evolution of brain, cognition, and general intelligence. Invited colloquia, Center for Adaptive Cognition, Max Planck Institute, Berlin, Germany. November, 2004
28. A Darwinian perspective on mathematics and mathematical development. Invited colloquia, Department of Psychology, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. April, 2004
29. Mathematics and learning disabilities annual conference of the International Dyslexia Association, Atlanta, GA November, 2002
30. What is the evolutionary raison’ d’être of lifetimes Invited colloquia, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, and Canadian Center for Behavioral Neuroscience, University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada May, 2002
31. A Darwinian perspective on mathematics and mathematical development Invited colloquia, Department of Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA March, 2002
32. Brain and cognitive evolution: Forms of modularity and functions of mind Invited colloquia, Department of Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA March, 2002
33. Counting span, counting knowledge, and procedural competencies in children with mathematical disabilities. annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Kansas City, MO January, 2002
34. A Darwinian perspective on mathematics and mathematical development Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA. December, 2001
35. Darwinian perspective on mathematics and mathematical development colloquia, Department of Mathematics, Washington University, St. Louis, MO. November, 2001
36. Evolution, development, and sex differences biannual meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development April, 2001
37. Sexual selection and human sex differences in brain and cognition Invited colloquia, Department of Psychology, University of Northern Illinois March, 2001
38. Sexual selection and human sex differences in brain and cognition Lecture Series on Ecology, Evolution & Behavior, Division of Biological Sciences, University of Missouri, Columbia October, 2000
39. Learning mathematics. Cross-cutting symposium, Psychological Research and Educational Practice and Policy. Annual meeting of the American Psychological Society, Miami, FL. June, 2000
40. The evolution of general intelligence: Domain-general cognitive mechanisms and human adaptation. annual meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Amherst, MA June, 2000
41. Evolution and developmental sex differences Annual meeting of the American Psychological Society, Miami, FL. June, 2000
42. Psychological Research and Educational Practice and Policy Annual meeting of the American Psychological Society, Miami, FL June, 2000
43. Sex differences in spatial cognition and arithmetical reasoning Annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Los Angeles, CA. November, 1999
44. Darwinism, mathematics, and schooling. Invited address, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA October, 1999
45. Biology, culture, and sex differences in mate choice Invited University Lecture, State University of New York, Oswego, NY March, 1999
46. Mathematical disabilities/dyscalculia Conference on Mathematical Cognition, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD April, 1998
47. Mathematical development and mathematical disabilities Faculty of Psychology and Educational Science, Catholic University of Louvain, New Louvain, Belgium January, 1998
48. Age-related differences in the speed of two numerical cognitive processes. annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association May, 1997
49. Integrating biological and cultural influences on children’s cognitive and academic development biannual meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, April, 1997
50. A cross -generational perspective on the mathematical competencies of Chinese and Americans annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, IL. November, 1996
51. Computational and reasoning abilities in arithmetic: Cross-generational change in China and the United States. Invited Colloquia, Department of Psychology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, October, 1996
52. A gross-generation perspective on the mathematical development of individuals from China and the United States Conference in Honor of Harold Stevenson, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI. May, 1996
53. Computational and reasoning abilities in arithmetic: Cross-generational change in China and the United States. Invited Colloquia, Department of Psychology, University of Missouri, Rolla, MO. April, 1996
54. Reflections of evolution and cultural in children's cognition Invited Colloquia, Max Planck Institute for Human Development and Education, Berlin, Germany October, 1995
55. Subtypes of mathematical disabilities Italian Association for Research and Treatment of Psychopathology of Learning October, 1995
56. Biology, ontogeny, and learning: Implications for mathematics education and development. biannual meeting of the International Association for Cognitive Education, Monticello, New York July, 1995
57. Are differences in the arithmetic abilities of East Asians and Americans a recent phenomenon? Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association April, 1995
58. Subtypes of mathematical disabilities: Conceptual and empirical perspectives Department of Behavioral Sciences, School of Medicine, University of Southern Illinois, Carbondale, IL January, 1995
59. The East Asian versus American differences in arithmetic skill might not have existed 50 years ago. Annual meeting of the Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Columbia, M December, 1994
60. Are East Asian versus American differences in arithmetical abilities a recent phenomenon? Invited presentation, Department of Anthropology, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO. November, 1994
61. Numerical cognition: Are U.S.--East Asian ability differences a recent phenomenon? annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, St. Louis, MO. November, 1994
62. Subtypes of mathematical disabilities Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA April, 1994
63. Counting and arithmetic in Chinese and American children: The early influence of language. Annual meeting of the Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Columbia, MO December, 1993
64. Memory span and strategy choices in Chinese and American children annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Washington, DC November, 1993
65. Acquisition of arithmetic skills in Chinese and American children annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, St. Louis, MO November, 1992
66. La specialisation hemispherique dans une tache 'addition simple. 15th annual meeting of the Societe Quebecoise pour la Recherché en Psychology, Montreal, Canada November, 1992
67. A production-system model for simple and complex addition annual meeting of the Tagung Experimental Arbeitender Psychologen (TEAP), Dsnobruck, Germany. April, 1992
68. Numerical cognition: Skill development in mathematically disabled children Institute for Behavioral Genetics, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO January, 1992
69. Potential loci of multinational achievement differences in mathematics Department of Computer Science, Washington University, St. Louis, MO January, 1992
70. A production-system model for simple and complex addition annual meeting of the American Psychological Society, Washington, DC June, 1991
71. Mental arithmetic in bilinguals: New evidence from chronometric analysis. annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA August, 1990
72. Individual differences in cognitive arithmetic Invited presentation, Human Abilities Measurement Program, Air Force Human Resources Laboratory, December, 1988
73. Sex-dimorphic behavior patterns, maturational timing, and gender differences in spatial ability. annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, IL November, 1988
74. The information processing approach to human intelligence: A case study of arithmetic. Department of Physics, University of Texas, El Paso, Texas October, 1986
75. Models of Sexuality Second Kinsey Symposium: Homosexuality/Heterosexuality: The Kinsey Scale and Current Research. May, 1986
76. Changes in comprehensive Rorschach system variables following inpatient treatment of disturbed children. annual meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, New Orleans April, 1986
77. Cognitive addition: Comparison of learning disabled and academically normal children biannual meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Baltimore, MD April, 1986
78. Specialization hemispheric differente chez les hommeset les femmes lors de l'apprentissage du code morse: Analyse des responses 8th annual conference of the Societe Quebecoise pour la Recherché en Psychologie November, 1985
79. Individual differences in mental addition: Testing the network-retrieval model. annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA. August, 1985
80. Cognitive processing strategies for complex addition. annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Irvine, CA August, 1985
81. Individual differences in the development of addition algorithms annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA. August, 1985
82. Analysis of complex addition: Model estimation and stability of estimates. annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA August, 1985
83. Influence of instructional variation on the pattern of addition algorithms. annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, San Jose, CA. April, 1985
84. Chronometric analysis of complex addition: Verification of a general model. annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, San Jose, CA April, 1985
85. Development of addition algorithms: Difference between normal and learning deficient children annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, San Jose, CA April, 1985
86. Clinical utility of the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery-Children's Revision. Annual Meeting of the National Academy of Neuropsychologists, San Diego, CA October, 1984
87. A general model for mental addition Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada August, 1984
88. Paraprofessional counseling for hypertension control: A quasi-experimental analysis Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Philadelphia, PA May, 1984
89. Performance on the Luria-Nebraska Children's Battery associated with VIQ-PIQ differences. Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA. April, 1984
90. A chronometric analysis of simple and complex addition. Annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA April, 1984
91. Intellectual and social changes in a 48,XXYY male. Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA. April, 1984
92. Performance on the Luria-Nebraska for normal and LD children matched on FSIQ. Annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA April, 1984
93. The Luria-Nebraska Children's Revision: Early research and limitations Invited Presentation, Department of Mental Health, Riverside County, Palm Springs, CA January, 1984
94. Experimental analysis of adherence counseling: Behavioral measurement of hypertension. annual meeting of the Northern California Behavior Analysis Association November, 1982
95. Medical alerts for hypertension management: Effects of Behavioral and biological feedback on physicians and patients. Annual meeting of the Northern California Behavior Analysis Association, Asilomar, CA. November, 1982
96. The Luria-Nebraska Children's Battery: Issues for school psychologists Department of Educational Psychology, California State University May, 1982
97. Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery- Children's Revision Comparison of normal and learning disabled children. annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association April, 1982
98. Survey methodology in the clinic setting: Issues of reactivity and reliability Annual Meeting of the Association of Behavior Analysis May, 1981



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