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1. 2010 Differential contribution of specific working memory components to mathematical skills in 2nd and 3rd graders. Learning and Individual Differences, 20, 101-109
2. 2010 Not Father’s Fatherhood Book Fatherhood: Evolution and Human Paternal Behavior. Harvard University Press: Cambridge, 2010]. Evolutionary Psychology, 8, 236-239
3. 2010 Developing effective fractions instruction for kindergarten through 8th grade: A practice guide National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education.
4. 2010 Critical Issues in Response-To-Intervention, Comprehensive Evaluation, and Specific Learning Disabilities Identification and Intervention: An Expert White Paper Consensus Learning Disability Quarterly, 33, 1-14.
5. 2010 Trade-offs and individual differences in evolved traits American Psychologist
6. 2010 Missouri longitudinal study of mathematical development and disability. British Journal of Educational Psychology Monograph Series II, 7, 31-49.
7. 2010 Sex differences in salivary cortisol, alpha-amylase, and psychological functioning following hurricane Katrina Child Development, 81, 1228-1240.
8. 2010 Male, female: The evolution of human sex differences Washington, DC: American Psychological Association
9. 2010 The contributions of numerosity and domain-general abilities for school readiness. Child Development, 81, 1520-1533.
10. 2010 The grammar of approximating number pairs Memory & Cognition, 38, 333-343
11. 2010 Hormonal responses differ when playing violent video games against an ingroup and outgroup. Evolution and Human Behavior, 31, 201-209.
12. 2010 Mathematical disabilities: Reflections on cognitive, neuropsychological, and genetic components. Learning and Individual Differences, 20, 130-133.
13. 2010 Evolution and education Psicothema, 22, 35-40.
14. 2010 Do different types of school mathematics development depend on different constellations of numerical versus general cognitive abilities? Developmental Psychology, 46.
15. 2010 Mathematical learning disabilities Advances in Child Development and Behavior (Vol. 38, pp. 45-77). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
16. 2009 Sex differences in reciprocal altruism: Reply to Mower for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 39, 121-124.
17. 2009 Evolution of general fluid intelligence Foundations in evolutionary cognitive neuroscience (pp. 22-56). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
18. 2009 Ultimate and proximate influences on human sex differences Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 32, 266-267.
19. 2009 An exploratory analysis of family coping styles and psychobiological distress among adolescents affected by a large-scale disaster Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma, 2, 81-89.
20. 2009 Maternal correlates of children’s stress functioning following a major natural disaster Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma, 2, 287-296.
21. 2009 First-grade predictors of mathematical learning disability: A latent class trajectory analysis Cognitive Development, 34, 411-429.
22. 2009 Predicting mathematical achievement and mathematical learning disability with a simple screening tool: The Number Sets Test Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 27, 265-279
23. 2009 An evolutionary twist on sex, mathematics, and the sciences The science of women in science (pp. 170-189). Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute Press.
24. 2009 Hominid brain evolution: Testing climatic, ecological, and social competition models. Human Nature, 20, 67-79
25. 2009 The Why of learning Educational Psychologist, 44, 198-201
26. 2008 Developmental consequences of childhood sexual abuse Childhood sexual abuse: Issues and challenges (pp. 43-66). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc
27. 2008 Sex differences: Summarizing more than a century of scientific research. New York: Francis & Taylor
28. 2008 Foundations for Success: Final Report of the National Mathematics Advisory Panel. Washington, DC: United States Department of Education. http://www.ed.gov/about/bdscomm/list/mathpanel/report/final-report.pdf
29. 2008 Report of the task group on learning processes National Mathematics Advisory Panel, Reports of the task groups and subcommittees (pp. 4-i–4-221).
30. 2008 Cognitive development: Biological theories. Psychology of Classroom Learning: An Encyclopedia, Detroit: Macmillan Reference
31. 2008 Development of number line representations in children with mathematical learning disability. Developmental Neuropsychology, 33, 277-299
32. 2008 Co-rumination increases stress hormone levels in women. Hormones and Behavior, 53, 489-492
33. 2008 An evolutionarily informed education science. Educational Psychologist, 43, 279-295.
34. 2008 Whither evolutionarily educational psychology? Educational Psychologist, 43, 217-226.
35. 2008 Standardized assessment of strategy use and working memory in early mental arithmetic performance. Developmental Neuropsychology, 33, 365-393.
36. 2008 Mathematical cognition in intellectually precocious children. Developmental Neuropsychology, 33, 251-276
37. 2008 A preliminary investigation of family coping styles and psychological well-being among adolescent survivors of hurricane Katrina Journal of Family Psychology, 22, 176-180.
38. 2008 Children’s academic development: Where evolution meets culture Anuario de Psicología, 39, 209-223
39. 2007 Sex, math and scientific achievement: Why do men dominate the fields of science, engineering and mathematics? Scientific American Mind, 18, 44-51
40. 2007 Cognitive mechanisms underlying achievement deficits in children with mathematical learning disability. Child Development, 78, 1343-1359
41. 2007 Educating the evolved mind: Conceptual foundations for an evolutionary educational psychology Educating the evolved mind (pp. 1-99, Vol. 2, Psychological perspectives on contemporary educational issues). Greenwich, CT: Information Age.
42. 2007 Educating the Evolved Mind: Reflections and Refinements Educating the evolved mind (pp. 177-203, Vol. 2, Psychological perspectives on contemporary educational issues). Greenwich, CT: Information Age.
43. 2007 An evolutionary perspective on sex differences in mathematics and the sciences Why aren’t more women in science? Top researchers debate the evidence (pp. 173-188). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association
44. 2007 An evolutionary perspective on learning disability in mathematics Developmental Neuropsychology, 32, 471-519
45. 2007 The motivation to control and the evolution of general intelligence The evolution of mind: Fundamental questions and controversies (pp. 305-312). New York: Guilford Publications
46. 2007 The science of sex differences in science and mathematics. Psychological Science in the Public Interest, 8 (No 1, 1-52)
47. 2007 Investigating the role of hormones in theory of mind North American Journal of Psychology, 9, 535-544.
48. 2007 Strategy use, long-term memory, and working memory capacity. Why is Math So Hard for Some Children? The Nature and Origins of Mathematical Learning Difficulties and Disabilities (pp. 83-105). Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co
49. 2007 Biological and evolutionary contributions to developmental sex differences. Reproductive BioMedicine, 15 (Suppl. 2), 12-22. http://www.rbmonline.com/Article/2853.
50. 2007 Evolution of fatherhood Family relationships: An evolutionary perspective (pp. 115-144). New York: Oxford University Press.
51. 2007 Fight or flight response Encyclopedia of social psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage
52. 2007 The future of psychology: Evolutionary approach to scientific psychology Acta Psychological Sinica, 39, 381-382
53. 2007 An integrative model of human brain, cognitive, and behavioral evolution. Acta Psychological Sinica, 39, 383-397.
54. 2007 One mate or two? Life history traits and reproductive variation in low-income women Acta Psychological Sinica, 39, 469-480
55. 2007 Evolution and children’s learning. Brain development in learning environments: Embodied and perceptual advancements (pp. 16-33). Newcaslte, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press.
56. 2006 Coevolution of paternal investment and cuckoldry in humans Female infidelity and paternal uncertainty (pp.14-34). New York: Cambridge University Press.
57. 2006 Development of mathematical understanding Cognition, perception, and language, Vol 2 (pp. 777-810). W. Damon (Gen. Ed.), Handbook of child psychology (6th Ed.). New York: John Wiley & Sons
58. 2006 Dyscalculia at an Early Age: Characteristics and Potential Influence on Socio-Emotional Development. Encyclopaedia on Early Childhood Development [online]. Montreal, Quebec: Center of Excellence for Early Childhood Development; 1-4. Available at: http://www.excellenceearlychildhood.ca/documents/GearyANGxp.pdf
59. 2006 Sex differences in social behavior and cognition: The utility of sexual selection for hypothesis generation Hormones and Behavior, 49, 273-275.
60. 2006 Family and community background and variation in women’s life history development Journal of Family Psychology, 20, 597-604.
61. 2006 Evolutionary developmental psychology: Current status and future directions Developmental Review, 26, 113-119
62. 2006 Trade-offs in low-income women’s mate preferences: Within-sex differences in reproductive strategy. Human Nature, 17, 319-336.
63. 2006 Evolution menschlicher Kognition Handbuch der Allgemeinen Psychologie - Kognition (pp. 29-38). Göttingen: Hogrefe
64. 2006 Second to fourth digit ratio and numerical competence in children Brain and Cognition, 61, 211-218
65. 2006 Estrogen fluctuation and sexual motives Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 32, 1659-1673.
66. 2006 Sexual selection and the evolution of human sex differences Psihologijske teme, 15, 203-238. [Croatian journal Psychological Topics].
67. 2006 An evolutionary perspective on sexual and intimate relationships. Sex and sexuality: Vol. 2, Sexual function and dysfunction (pp. 67-86). Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing
68. 2006 Review of Getting it wrong from the beginning: Our progressive inheritance from Herbert Spencer, John, Dewey, and Jean Piaget by K. Egan American Journal of Education, 112, 311-314.
69. 2006 Innate sex differences supported by untypical fatalities: Comment Chance, 19, 16-17.
70. 2006 Review of Gender differences in mathematics: An integrative psychological approach. British Journal of Educational Studies, 54, 245-246.
71. 2005 The origin of mind: Evolution of brain, cognition, and general intelligence Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Japanese translation (2007). Tokyo, Japan: Baifukan. Translator: Ryo Oda; Spanish translation (2008). Mexico City, Mexico: Editorial El Manual Moderno: Translator José Luis Núñez Herrejón
72. 2005 Ecological dominance, social competition, and coalitionary arms races: Why humans evolved extraordinary intelligence Evolution and Human Behavior, 26, 10-46.
73. 2005 Learning disabilities in arithmetic and mathematics: Theoretical and empirical perspectives Handbook of mathematical cognition (pp. 253-267). New York: Psychology Press.
74. 2005 Folk knowledge and academic learning Origins of the social mind: Evolutionary psychology and child development (pp. 493-519). New York: Guilford Publications.
75. 2005 Review of The evolution of thought: Evolutionary origins of great ape intelligence by A. E. Russon & D. R. Begun Evolution and Human Behavior, 26, 206-212.
76. 2005 Les troubles d’apprentissage en arithmétique: Role de la mémoire de travail et des connaissance conceptuelle La dyscalculie: trouble du développement numérique de l’enfant [Dyscalculia: Difficulties in children’s numerical development]. Marseille, France: Solal.
77. 2005 The road to monogamy: Evolutionary pathways and proximate detours Theoretical Primatology Project, http://www.robertwilliams.org/tpp/tppreviews.html
78. 2005 A life history assessment of early childhood sexual abuse in women. Developmental Psychology, 41, 553-561
79. 2005 Evolution of life history trade-offs in mate attractiveness and health: Comment on Weeden and Sabini Psychological Bulletin, 131, 654-657.
80. 2005 Evolution of paternal investment. The evolutionary psychology handbook (pp. 483-505). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.
81. 2005 Role of cognitive theory in study of learning disability in mathematics. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 38, 305-307.
82. 2005 The motivation to control and the origin of mind: Exploring the life-mind joint point in the tree of knowledge Journal of Clinical Psychology, 61, 21-46.
83. 2004 Evolution and cognitive development Evolutionary perspectives on human development (pp. 99-133). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications
84. 2004 Evolution of human mate choice Journal of Sex Research, 41, 27-42.
85. 2004 Review of Sexual Selection and Reproductive Competition in Primates: New Perspectives and Directions American Journal of Human Biology, 16, 176-178
86. 2004 Why do the birds and bees do it? Writing the future: Progress and evolution (pp. 51-58). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press
87. 2004 Mathematics and learning disabilities Journal of Learning Disabilities, 37, 4-15.
88. 2004 Strategy choices in simple and complex addition: Contributions of working memory and counting knowledge for children with mathematical disability. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 88, 121-151
89. 2003 Learning disabilities in arithmetic: Problem solving differences and cognitive deficits. Handbook of learning disabilities (pp. 199-212). New York: Guilford Press
90. 2003 Estrogen fluctuations, oral contraceptives and borderline personality. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 28, 751-766.
91. 2003 Arithmetical development: Commentary on chapters 9 through 15 and future directions. The development of arithmetic concepts and skills: Constructing adaptive expertise (pp. 453-464). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
92. 2003 Evolution and development of boys’ social behavior. Developmental Review, 23, 444-470.
93. 2003 Evolution and development of folk knowledge: Implications for children’s learning. Infancia y Aprendizaje, 26, 287-308.
94. 2003 Learning disabilities in arithmetic: Problem solving differences and cognitive deficits. Handbook of learning disabilities (pp. 199-212). New York: Guilford Press.
95. 2003 Learning disabilities in basic mathematics: Deficits in memory and cognition. Mathematical cognition (pp. 93-115). Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.
96. 2002 Sex differences in behavioral and hormonal response to social threat: Commentary on Taylor et al. Psychological Review, 109, 745-750
97. 2002 Review of Sex differences: Developmental and evolutionary strategies by L. Mealey. Quarterly Review of Biology, 77, 238.
98. 2002 Developmental theory: Evolutionary approach Encyclopedia of Education (second edition). New York: Macmillan Reference
99. 2002 Sexual selection and sex differences in social cognition Biology, society, and behavior: The development of sex differences in cognition (pp. 23-53). Greenwich, CT: Ablex/Greenwood.
100. 2002 Principles of evolutionary educational psychology Learning and Individual Differences, 12, 317-345
101. 2002 Counting span, counting knowledge, and procedural competencies in children with mathematical disabilities Abstracts of the Psychonomic Society, 7, 50.
102. 2002 Sexual selection and human life history. Advances in Child Development and Behavior (Vol 30, pp. 41-101). San Diego, CA: Academic
103. 2002 Brain and cognitive evolution: Forms of modularity and functions of mind Psychological Bulletin, 128, 667-698
104. 2001 Evolutionary theory and education. International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (pp. 5024-5028). Amsterdam: Pergamon
105. 2001 When in doubt, do it both ways: Brain evidence of the simultaneous activation of conflicting motor responses in a spatial Stroop task Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 13, 523-536.
106. 2001 How much (or how many) does he have, and where did he get it? Contemporary Psychology, 46, 23-25.
107. 2001 A Darwinian perspective on mathematics and instruction The great curriculum debate: How should we teach reading and math? (pp. 85-107). Washington, DC: Brookings Institute
108. 2001 Evolution of human parental behavior and the human family. Parenting: Science and Practice, 1, 5-61
109. 2001 Sex differences in spatial abilities among adults from the United States and China: Implications for evolutionary theory Evolution and Cognition, 7, 172-177.
110. 2001 Estrogens and relationship jealousy. Human Nature, 12, 299-320
111. 2001 Numerical and arithmetical deficits in learning-disabled children: Relation to dyscalculia and dyslexia Aphasiology, 15, 635-647
112. 2001 Negative priming from activation of counting and addition knowledge. Psychological Research, 65, 24-27
113. 2000 Improving mathematics and science achievement of American children: Psychology’s role. Education Directorate, American Psychological Association, http://www.apa.org/ed/geary.html
114. 2000 Numerical and arithmetical cognition: A longitudinal study of process and concept deficits in children with learning disabi Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 77, 236-263
115. 2000 Sex differences in spatial cognition, computational fluency, and arithmetical reasoning Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 77, 337-353
116. 2000 From infancy to adulthood: The development of numerical abilities European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 9, II11-II16
117. 2000 Attachment, care giving and parental investment Psychological Inquiry, 11, 84-86
118. 2000 g and Darwinian algorithms Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 23, 685-686
119. 2000 Evolution and proximate expression of human paternal investment Psychological Bulletin, 126, 55-77
120. 2000 Mathematical disorders: An overview for educators Perspectives, 26, 6-9
121. 2000 Evolutionary developmental psychology Child Development, 71, 57-65.
122. 1999 Mathematical disabilities: What we know and don’t know. LD Online, http://www.ldonline.org/article/Mathematical_Disabilities%3A__What_We_Know_and_Don%27t_Know
123. 1999 Sex differences in spatial cognition and arithmetical reasoning. Abstracts of the Psychonomic Society, 4, 5.
124. 1999 Numerical and arithmetical cognition: Patterns of functions and deficits in children at risk for a mathematical disability Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 74, 213-239
125. 1999 Contributions of computational fluency to cross-national differences in arithmetical reasoning abilities Journal of Educational Psychology, 91, 716-719.
126. 1999 Evolution and developmental sex differences. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 8, 115-120.
127. 1999 Numerical and arithmetical cognition: Performance of low- and average-IQ children Mathematical Cognition, 5, 65-91
128. 1999 Sex differences in mathematical abilities: Commentary on the math-fact retrieval hypothesis Contemporary Educational Psychology 24, 267-274.
129. 1998 What is the function of mind and brain? Educational Psychology Review, 10, 377-387
130. 1998 Male, female: The evolution of human sex differences Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. French translation (2003) [Hommes, femmes: L’Évolution des differences sexuelles humaines] Brussels: de Boeck. Translator: Philippe Gouillou
131. 1998 Sexual selection, the division of labor and the evolution of sex differences Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 21, 444-448.
132. 1998 Numerical cognition: Age-related differences in the speed of executing biologically-primary and biologically-secondary processes Experimental Aging Research, 24, 101-137. Geary, D. C. (1998). Functional organization of the human mind: Implications
133. 1998 Functional organization of the human mind: Implications for behavioral genetic research. Human Biology, 70, 185-198
134. 1998 A biocultural model of academic development. Global prospects for education: Development, culture and schooling (pp. 13-43). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association
135. 1997 Computational and reasoning abilities in arithmetic: Cross-generational change in China and the United States. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 4, 425-430.
136. 1997 Comparison of the big-five factor-structure across samples of Chinese and American adults. Journal of Personality Assessment, 69, 324-341.
137. 1996 International differences in mathematical achievement: Their nature, causes, and consequences Current Directions in Psychological Science, 5, 133-137
138. 1996 Development of arithmetical competencies in Chinese and American children: Influence of age, language, and schooling. Child Development, 67, 2022-2044
139. 1996 The evolution of cognition and the social construction of knowledge American Psychologist, 51, 265-266.
140. 1996 Are East Asian versus American differences in arithmetical ability a recent phenomenon? Developmental Psychology, 32, 254-262.
141. 1996 The problem size effect in mental addition: Developmental and cross -national trends Mathematical Cognition, 2, 63-93
142. 1996 Response: A biosocial framework for studying cognitive sex differences. Learning and Individual Differences, 8, 53-58
143. 1996 Biology, culture, and cross-national differences in arithmetical ability. The nature of mathematical thinking (pp. 145-171). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum
144. 1996 Review of Schools for thought: A science of learning in the classroom by J. T. Bruer Philosophical Psychology, 9, 281-283.
145. 1996 Addition strategy assessment task Abstract from: CDP File: HaPI-CD: HaPI Item
146. 1996 A cross-generational perspective on the mathematical competencies of Chinese and Americans. Abstracts of the Psychonomic Society, 1, 51
147. 1996 On the biology and politics of cognitive sex differences Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 19, 267-277.
148. 1996 Sexual selection and sex differences in mathematical abilities. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 19, 229-284.
149. 1995 Sexual selection and sex differences in spatial cognition. Learning and Individual Differences, 7, 289-301
150. 1995 Reflections of evolution and culture in children's cognition: Implications for mathematical development and instruction American Psychologist, 50, 24-37
151. 1995 Sexual jealousy as a facultative trait: Evidence from the pattern of sex differences in adults from China and the United States. Ethology and Sociobiology, 16, 355-383.
152. 1994 Mathematical development and language Science, 263, 903.
153. 1994 Influences of numerical memory span on strategy choices in addition: A comparative study of numerical skill differences in Chinese and American children. Psychological Science, 17, 21-27
154. 1994 Children's mathematical development: Research and practical applications. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association
155. 1993 Simple and complex mental subtraction: Strategy choice and speed-of-processing differences in younger and older adults Psychology and Aging, 8, 242-256.
156. 1993 Mathematical disabilities: Cognitive, neuropsychological, and genetic components. Psychological Bulletin, 114, 345-362
157. 1993 Even before formal instruction, Chinese children outperform American children in mental addition Cognitive Development, 8, 517-529.
158. 1993 The effects of practice on component processes in complex mental addition Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 19, 433-456.
159. 1993 Mental arithmetic: A componential analysis of speed-of-processing across monolingual, weak bilingual, and strong bilingual adults International Journal of Psychology, 28, 185-2
160. 1992 Numerical cognition: On the convergence of componential and psychometric models. Intelligence, 16, 47-80
161. 1992 Individual differences in the development of skill in mental addition: Internal and external validation of chronometric models Learning and Individual Differences, 4, 167-213
162. 1992 Gender differences in three-dimensional mental rotation: A replication. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 153, 115-117
163. 1992 The search for the mechanisms of cognitive development Contemporary Psychology, 37, 161-162
164. 1992 Evolution of human cognition: Potential relationship to the ontogenetic development of behavior and cognition Evolution and Cognition, 1, 93-100
165. 1992 Counting knowledge and skill in cognitive addition: A comparison of normal and mathematically disabled children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 54, 372-391.
166. 1992 Numerical cognition: Loci of ability differences comparing children from China and the United States Psychological Science, 3, 180-185.
167. 1991 Cognitive addition: Strategy choice and speed-of -processing differences in gifted, normal, and mathematically disabled children Developmental Psychology, 27, 398-406.
168. 1991 Cognitive addition: Strategy choice and speed-of -processing differences in young and elderly adults Psychology and Aging, 6, 474-483
169. 1991 Cognitive addition: A short longitudinal study of strategy choice and speed-of-processing differences in normal and ` mathematically disabled children. Developmental Psychology, 27, 787-797
170. 1991 Reliability and validity of retrospective self -reports of the age of pubertal onset using twin, sibling, and college student data Adolescence, 20, 41-53.
171. 1990 A componential analysis of an early learning deficit in mathematics Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 49, 363-383
172. 1990 Metamemory and academic achievement: Testing the validity of a group-administered metamemory battery. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 151, 439-450
173. 1990 Models of sexuality Homosexuality/heterosexuality: Concepts of sexual orientation (pp. 61-70). New York: Oxford University Press
174. 1989 A model for representing gender differences in the pattern of cognitive abilities American Psychologist, 44, 1155-1156
175. 1989 External validation of the strategy choice model for addition. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 47, 175-192
176. 1989 A componential model for mental addition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 15, 898-919.
177. 1989 Age of sexual maturation and adult spatial ability. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 27, 241-244
178. 1988 Is the factor structure of the WISC-R different for Anglo and Mexican American children? Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 6, 253-260
179. 1988 Gender and hemispheric specialization differences in the learning of Morse Code letters Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 26, 399-402
180. 1988 Dimensional structure of the WAIS-R: A simultaneous multi-sample analysis Educational and Psychological Measurement, 48, 945-956.
181. 1988 Rorschach predictors of therapeutic outcome for inpatient treatment of children: A proactive study. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 44, 277-280.
182. 1987 The structure of adaptive behavior: I. Replication across fourteen samples of nonprofoundly retarded people. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 91, 348-360.
183. 1987 Cognitive addition: Comparison of learning disabled and academically normal children. Abstracts: Society for Research in Child Development
184. 1987 Individual differences in cognitive arithmetic Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 116, 154-171.
185. 1987 Cognitive addition: Comparison of learning disabled and academically normal elementary school children Cognitive Development, 2, 149-169
186. 1987 Cognitive addition: On the convergence of statistical and conceptual models Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 25, 427-430
187. 1986 Cognitive addition and multiplication: Evidence for a single memory network Memory & Cognition, 14, 478-487
188. 1986 Personalized versus usual care of previously uncontrolled hypertensive patients: An exploratory analysis Preventive Medicine, 15, 673-684
189. 1985 Experimental analysis of adherence counseling: Implications for hypertension management. Preventive Medicine, 14, 648-654.
190. 1985 Clinical utility of the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery - Children's Revision. International Journal of Clinical Neuropsychology, 7, 50-51.
191. 1985 Behavioral and medical monitoring for hypertension control: A counselor feedback and consulting model Patient Education and Counseling, 7, 77-85.
192. 1985 The Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery – Children's Revision: An instrument for school psychologists? School Psychology Review, 14, 383-384
193. 1985 Cognitive processing strategies for complex addition. Proceedings of the Cognitive Science Society, 7, 385-389.
194. 1985 The Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery – Children's Revision: Comparison of children with and without significant VIQ-PIQ discrepancies. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 41, 806-811
195. 1984 Father's occupation and social background: Relation to SAT scores American Educational Research Journal, 21, 473-478
196. 1984 The diagnostic accuracy of the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery - Children's Revision for 9 to 12 year old learning disabled children. School Psychology Review, 13, 375-380
197. 1984 The effects of lay counseling on medication adherence and blood pressure: Adjunctive treatment for hypertension Patient Education and Counseling, 6, 91-94
198. 1984 Paraprofessional counseling for hypertension control: A quasi-experimental analysis. Society of Behavioral Medicine Proceedings, 5, 28-29.
199. 1984 The Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery – Children's Revision: Comparison of learning disabled and normal children matched on FSIQ. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 58, 115-118


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