• Moore, D.S. (2018, October). Epigenetics and the Development of Psychological Phenotypes. Invited address at the 48th Annual Meeting of the Sociedade Brasileira de Psicologia, Saõ Leopoldo, Brazil.
  • Moore, D. S. (2017, August). The Developing Genome: Epigenetics, Psychology, and Developmental Science. Invited address for the winner of the William James Book Award (APA Division 1), at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.
  • Christodoulou, J., Lac, A., & Moore, D. S. (2016, May). Arithmetic in Infancy: A Meta-analysis of Studies Following Wynn (1992). Presented at the meeting of the International Conference on Infant Studies, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Moore, D. S. (2016, February). Behavioral Epigenetics: Bringing Biology Into the Analysis of Behavior. Invited address in the Human Development and Gerontology program area at the meeting of the California Association for Behavior Analysis, Santa Clara, California.
  • Moore, D. S. (2007, May). The Developmental-Systems Perspective on the Analysis of Behavior. The invited B.F. Skinner Lecture at the 33rd annual meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis: International, San Diego, California.
  • Moore, D. S. (2006, June). Addition and Subtraction in Infancy: Sex Differences and the Role of Test Stimulus Familiarity. Presented at the meeting of the International Conference on Infant Studies, Kyoto, Japan.
  • Romero, V. L. & Moore, D. S. (2006, June). Attention Control in Early Infancy: 2-, 3-, and 4-Month-Olds? Ability to Inhibit Visual Attention to an Attractive Stimulus. Presented at the meeting of the International Conference on Infant Studies, Kyoto, Japan.


  • Universidade Federal de Saõ Carlos, Brazil, 2018, October 22. Mental Rotation in Human Infants: Early Developments in Antecedent Factors.
  • Georgetown University, 2018, January 24. Cognitive Development: The Role of Epigenetics.
  • El Colegio de Mexico, conference on Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences, 2016, August 18. Integrating genetics & the social sciences: The promise of behavioral epigenetics.
  • The International Champalimaud Neuroscience Doctoral Programme Workshop on Homology in Neuroethology, Lisbon, Portugal, 2014, November 26. Importing the homology concept from evolutionary biology.
  • University of Cambridge, England, 2009, October 28. Developmental Systems Theory: The nature and nurture of genes and environments.
  • University of Cambridge, England, The Department of Social and Developmental Psychology Seminar Series, 2009, October 27. The development of sex differences in mental rotation in human infants.
  • Kumamoto University, Japan, 2009, January 26. Studying perception and cognition in infants: The development of categorization of infant-directed speech.
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