GREENBERG publications

 NEIL GREENBERG

SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS and MAJOR PRESENTATIONS

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Greenberg, N. et al. 2017.  The Art and Science of Teaching.   In: Proc 9th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Virginia Tech., Blacksburg VA  http://www.cideronline.org/conference/presentation1.cfm?pid=3137 details: http://neilgreenberg.com/art-science-of-art-science-05-11-2017/

Greenberg, N. et al (2016) The Natural History of the Teachable Moment.  8th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Virginia Tech., Blacksburg VA  Feb 20, 2016

Greenberg, N.  2006.  The Natural History of Intuition. plenary lecture in symposium, “Exploring the Science of Intuition and Consciousness” sponsored by the Institute of Noetic Sciences and Bastyr University. At Bastyr, March 21.  SLIDES

Summers, Cliff H. Wayne J. Korzan, Jodi L. Lukkes . . . Neil Greenberg. 2005. Does Serotonin Influence Aggression? Comparing regional activity before and during social interaction. Physiol Biochem Zool 78:679-694. [According to the University of Chicago Press RSS feeds, [the] article “Does Serotonin Influence Aggression? …” was one of the Top 10 articles downloaded and viewed for October 2005.]

Summers, Cliff H., Gina L. Forster, Wayne J. Korzan . . . Neil Greenberg.  2004. Dynamics and mechanics of social rank reversal.  J compar physiol A: 191: 241B252.

Greenberg, N.  2004.  Truth in the Brain: The neuroethology of belief. InProc 6th International Research Conference on Consciousness: Qi and Complexity. Roy Ascott, editor. Beijing. pp. 154-160.

Greenberg, N.  2003. The Executive Brain. Review of The Executive Brain: Frontal Lobes and the Civilized Mind, by Elkhonon Goldberg. Human Nature Review 3:422-431

Greenberg, N.  2004.  The Neuroethology of Creativity. in:, The Child’s Right to Play: A Global Approach. Rhonda Clements & Leah Fiorentino, editors.  Greenwood Press, Westport CT   pp. 309-327.

Greenberg, N.  2003.  Sociality, Stress, and the Corpus Striatum of the Green Anolis Lizard.  Physiology & Behavior. 79(3):429-440.  In top-ten citations for this topic BioMedLibrary April 2 2011

Summers, Cliff H., Tangi R. Summers, Michael C. Moore, Wayne J. Korzan, Sarah K. Woodley, Patrick J. Ronan, E. Höglund, M. J. Watt, Neil Greenberg.  2003.  Temporal patterns of limbic monoamine and plasma corticosterone response during social stress. Neuroscience 116: 553-563.

Greenberg, N.  2002. Adaptive functions of the corpus striatum: the past and future of the R-complex. in, Gerald Cory and Russell Gardner (editors).  Neuroethology: Frontiers and Convergences. Praeger, London. pp. 45-81.

Greenberg, N.  2002.  Ethological causes and consequences of the stress response in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis  Integrative and Comparative Biology (American Zoologist) 42(3):526-540.

Greenberg, N., J.A. Carr, & C.H. Summers.  2002.  Causes and consequences of the stress response. Integrative and Comparative Biology (American Zoologist) 42(3):508-516.

Summers, Cliff H., Earl T. Larson, Tangi R. Summers, Kenneth J. Renner, Neil Greenberg.  1998.  Regional and temporal separation of serotonergic activity mediating social stress.  Neuroscience 87(2):489-496. (Research Gate view)

Jenssen, Thomas A., Neil Greenberg, and K.A. Hovde 1995.  Behavioral profile of free-ranging  lizards, Anolis carolinensis, across breeding and post-breeding seasons. Herpetol. Monographs,   9:41-62

Summers, Cliff H. and Neil Greenberg. 1995. Activation of central biogenic amines following aggressive interactions in male lizards, Anolis carolinensis. Brain, Behavior and Evolution  45:339-349

Greenberg, N. 1994.  Ethologically informed design in reptile research.  In: Health and Welfare of Captive Reptiles,  C. Warwick, F.L. Frye, J.B. Murphy, editors. Chapman & Hall, London. pp. 239-262. http://trace.tennessee.edu/utk_ecolpubs/17/

Summers, Cliff H. and Neil Greenberg. 1994. Somatic correlates of adrenergic activity during aggression in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis. Hormones and Behavior  28:29-40.

Greenberg, N.  1993. Endocrine and central aspects of tongue-flicking and exploratory behavior in the lizard, Anolis carolinensisBrain, Behavior, and Evolution 41:210-218.

Greenberg, N. 1992.  The saurian psyche revisited: Lizards in research. In: The Care and Use of Amphibians, Reptiles, and Fish in Research, D.O. Schaeffer, K.M. Kleinow, L. Krulish, editors. Scientists Center for Animal Welfare, Bethesda, MD. pp 75-91.

Cooper, W.E. Jr. and N. Greenberg. 1992. Reptilian coloration and behavior.  In: Hormones, Brain, and Behavior, Vol. 18 of Biology of the Reptilia, C Gans and D. Crews, editors.  University of Chicago Press, pp 298‑422.

Young, Larry J., Neil Greenberg, David Crews. 1991 . The effects of progesterone on sexual behavior in male green anole lizards (Anolis carolinensis). Hormones and Behavior, 25(4):477-488.

Greenberg, N. and L. Hake.  1990. Hatching and neonatal behavior of the lizard, Anolis carolinensisJournal of Herpetology, 24(4):402‑405.

Wilson, Mark A., Robert E. Gatten, Jr., and Neil Greenberg.  1990. Glycolysis in Anolis carolinensis during agonistic encounters.  Physiology & Behavior, 48(1):139‑142.

Greenberg, N. 1990. The behavioral endocrinology of physiological stress in a lizard. Journal of Experimental Zoology,  Supplement 4:170‑173.

Greenberg, N. and D. Crews  1990.  Endocrine and behavioral responses to aggression and social dominance in the green anole lizard, Anolis carolinensisGeneral and Comparative Endocrinology, 77:1‑10.

Greenberg, N., G. Burghardt, D. Crews, E. Font, R. Jones, and G. Vaughan.  1989.  Reptile models for biomedical research.  In: Animal Models in Biomedical Research, Avril D. Woodhead, editor.  CRC Press, N. Y. pp 289‑308.

Greenberg, N.  1988.  Art, Science, Areté.  Teaching/Learning Issues, Number 63, Summer.  14 pp.

Greenberg, N., E. Font, and R. Switzer.  1988.  The reptilian striatum revisited.  In: The Forebrain in Reptiles: Current Concepts of Structure and Function, W. K. Schwerdtfeger and W. J. Smeets, editors.   Basel, Karger‑verlag.  pp 162‑177.

Greenberg, N. and J. Wingfield.  1987.  Stress and reproduction: Reciprocal relationships.  In: Reproductive Endocrinology of Fish, Amphibians, and Reptiles, D.O. Norris and R.E. Jones, editors.   NY, Plenum Press.  pp. 461‑503.

Vaughan, G.L. and N. Greenberg.  1987.  Propranolol, A beta‑adrenergic antagonist retards response to MSH in skin of Anolis carolinensis. Physiology & Behavior, 40:555‑558.

Greenberg, N. 1986.  Science and technology as human endeavors.  Liberal Education 72(1):35‑41.

DeLong, A.J., N. Greenberg, and Carl Keaney.  1986.  Temporal responses to environmental scale in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis (Reptilia, Lacertilia, Iguanidae).  Behavioral Systems 13:339‑352.

Lenihan, D.J., N. Greenberg, and T‑C. Lee. 1985.  Involvement of platelet activating factor in physiological stress in the lizard, Anolis carolinensisJournal of Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, 816(1):81‑86.

Greenberg, N.  1985.  Exploratory behavior and stress in the lizard, Anolis carolinensisZeitschrift fur Tierpsychologie 70:89‑102.

Greenberg, N., M. Scott, and D. Crews.  1984.  Role of the amygdala in the aggressive and reproductive behavior of the lizard, Anolis carolinensis. Physiology & Behavior.  32(1):147‑151.  Academia,edu copy 

Greenberg, N., T. Chen, and D. Crews.  1984.  Social status, gonadal state, and the adrenal stress response in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis. Hormones and Behavior. 18:1‑11.

Greenberg, N.  1983.  Central and autonomic aspects of aggression and dominance in reptiles.  In: Advances in Vertebrate Neuroethology, J.‑P. Ewert, R.R. Capranica, and D.J. Ingle, editors.   NY, Plenum Press.  pp. 1135‑1144.

Greenberg, N. and D. Crews.  1983.  Physiological ethology of aggression in amphibians and reptiles.  In: Hormones and Aggressive Behavior, B. Svare, editor.   NY, Plenum Press.  pp. 469‑506.

Greenberg, N.  1982.  A forebrain atlas and stereotaxic technique for the lizard Anolis carolinensisJournal of Morphology  174(2):217‑236.  http://neilgreenberg.com/greenberg-1982-forebrain-atlas/

Greenberg, N. and T.A. Jenssen.  1982.  The Social Behavior of Captive Banded Iguanas, Brachylophus fasciatus.  In: Iguanas of the World: Their Behavior, Ecology and Conservation, G.M. Burghardt and A. S. Rand, editors.   Park Ridge, N. J., Noyes Publications.  pp. 232‑251.

Crews, D. and N. Greenberg.  1981.  Function and causation of social signals in lizards.  American Zoologist  21(1):273‑294.

Greenberg, N.  1980.  Physiological and behavioral thermoregulation in living reptiles.  In: A Cold Look at the Warm‑ Blooded Dinosaurs, R.D.K. Thomas and E.C. Olson, editors.   Washington, AAAS Selected Symposium; 28:141‑166.

Greenberg, N., P.D. MacLean, and L.F. Ferguson.   1979.  Role of the Paleostriatum in species‑typical display of the lizard, Anolis carolinensisBrain Research172:229‑241.

Greenberg, N.  1978.  Ethological considerations in the experimental study of lizard behavior.  In: Behavior and Neurology of Lizards,  pp. 204‑224, Rockville, MD, NIMH  LINK

Greenberg, N. and P.D. MacLean, editors.  1978.  Behavior and Neurology of Lizards, Rockville, MD, NIMH.  352 pp.

Greenberg, N. 1978. Probing the Saurian Psyche: Ethological Constraints on the Activity of Captive Reptiles. Proc. American Association of Zoo Veterinarians.  pp. 197‑224.

Greenberg, N. 1977.  An ethogram of the blue spiny lizard, Sceloporus cyanogenys (Reptilia, Lacertilia, Iguanidae).  Journal of Herpetology 11(2):177‑ 195.

Greenberg, N.  1977.  A neuroethological investigation of display behavior in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis, (Lacertilia, Iguanidae). American Zoologist 17(1):191‑201.

Greenberg, N.  1976.  Thermoregulatory aspects of behavior in the blue spiny lizard, Sceloporus cyanogenys (Sauria, Iguanidae).  Behaviour  59:1‑21.

Greenberg, N. 1975. Social feeding in lizards.  Herpetologica. 32:348‑352.

 


MANUSCRIPTS in PREPARATION  

Greenberg, Neil.  expected 2019.  Ethologically Informed Design.  For: Health and Welfare of Captive Reptiles, Second Edition.  C. Warwick and G Burghardt (eds.). Springer 

Greenberg, Neil et al. expected 2018. DEEP Ethology of transformative learning.  For: Phenomenological Approach to Teaching and Learning: Research Theory and Practice.   Routledge / Taylor and Francis Group 

Greenberg N. In Prep. The Ethology of Teaching.  For Evolution and Human Behavior.  PPt

Greenberg, Neil.  MS completed.  Birth and early behavior of the blue spiny lizard, Sceloporus cyanogenys. to be submitted to Journal of Herpetology.


BOOK REVIEWS, INTRODUCTIONS, and TECHNICAL NOTES:

Greenberg, N.  2003. The Executive Brain. Review of The Executive Brain: Frontal Lobes and the Civilized Mind, by Elkhonon Goldberg. Human Nature Review. 3:422-431.

Greenberg, N. 2003  Up from Dragons.  Review of Up From Dragons: The Evolution of Human Intelligence, by John R. Skoyles and Dorian Sagan. Human Nature Review. 3:142-148.

Greenberg, N.  1994.  Zoology Assessment Program (ZAP).  in: Reviews and Descriptions of Assessment Instruments: Major Field Assessments, edited by MK Smith, GF Draper, and Jama L. Bradley.  Clearinghouse for Higher Education Assessment Instruments, College of Education, University of Tennessee, Knoxville. pp. 319-323.

Greenberg, N.  1987.  Between Mind and Machine.  (Book review of The Mind’s  New Science: A History of the Cognitive Revolution,  by Howard Gardner;  Basic Books, NY. 1986. 488 pp.)  BioScience 37(7):250‑251.

Greenberg, N., and A.C. Echternacht.  1987.  Review of Ecology and Natural History of Desert Lizards (by Eric Pianka; Princeton University Press, Princeton, N.J.  1986. 208 pp.).  Animal Behaviour 35:943‑944.

Greenberg, N.  1984.  Revolution and evolution in the social sciences.  (Book review of Biology and  the Social Sciences: An Emerging Revolution.  T.C. Wiegele, editor.   Westview Press, Boulder, CO. 1982.  383 pp.) Environment and Behavior 16(5):669‑671.

Greenberg, N. and D. Crews.  1981.  Book review of Biology of the Reptilia, volumes 9 and 10, Neurology A and B.  Copeia 1981(1):505‑506.  (Book  Review).

Greenberg, N. and D. Crews.  1977.  Social behavior in reptiles.  American Zoologist.  17(1):153‑154.  (Introduction to symposium).


ABSTRACTS and BRIEF NOTES:

Greenberg, N.  2001. Causes and Consequences of the Stress Response in Reptiles.  American Zoologist 40(6): 1033. (Abstract)

Greenberg, N.  1999.   The Beast in the Brain.  ASCAP (Across Species Comparisons and Psychopathology).  12(7):14 (abstract); published as “The Beast in the Brain: Creative Functions of the R-Complex”  Praeger/Greenwood, 2002

Greenberg, N.  1999.   Mind and Body: Curricular Support for the Creative Research: The Threshold   Proc. Sixth Conference of the International Association for Cognitive Education. University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada June 27-30, 1999 (abstract).

Greenberg, N.  1999.   The Wounded Healer: Brain Mechanisms of Compensation.  Proceedings of the Conference on Creative Genius and Madness, Radford University, June 11-13, 1999 (abstract)

Summers, Tangi R., E.T. Larson, A.L. Hunter, K.J. Renner, N. Greenberg, and C. Summers.  1996. Amygdalar serotonin mediates long-term social roles following aggressive interaction. Soc. Neurosci Abstracts, 22(1) (abstract).

Greenberg, N. 1995.Logos, Logic, and the Anomie of Rootless Science.”  Proc. Fifth Conference of the International Association for Cognitive Education. Catskill, N.Y. July 9-13 1995.

Greenberg, N. D. Crews, C. Summers, J. Harris 1995.  Adaptive responses to social subordination.  Proc. XXIV Internat. Ethology Conf. Honolulu, Hawaii, Aug 10-17.

Ten Eyck, G.R. Matter, N. Greenberg, and C.H. Summers. 1995.  Central serotonin distribution in Anolis carolinensis (Squamata: Polychridae): Special attention to regions involved with stress.

Greenberg, N. 1992. Social dominance and territoriality in the lizard, Anolis carolinensisAmerican Zoologist, 31(4):A.

Summers, C.H. and N. Greenberg.  1991. Differential indolamine and catecholamine activation following aggressive interactions in male lizards.  Neuroscience Abstracts, 17(1):731.

Greenberg, N. and Lumsden, S. 1990. Social dominance and reproductive activity in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis.  American Zoologist, 29(4):105A.

Greenberg, N., C.H.Summers, and P.H. Desan. 1990. Central monoamines and behavior in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis. Neuroscience Abstracts 16(2):920.

Greenberg, N. and P. H. Desan.  1989. Effect of CNS catecholamine depletion in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis. American Zoologist  29(4):38A.

Greenberg, N. 1989. Physiological ethology of social dominance. Anolis Newsletter IV  (J.B. Losos and G.C. Mayer, editors), National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. pp. 54‑58.

Greenberg, N. and D. Crews.  1988. Endocrine and behavioral responses to aggression and social dominance in the green anole lizard, Anolis  carolinensis. American Zoologist 28(4):73A.

Webster, R. and N. Greenberg. 1988. Laboratory studies of territorial dominance in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis. American Zoologist  28(4):73A.

Greenberg, N., and D. Crews.  1987.  Androgen elevated but corticosterone  unaffected by acute and chronic social stress in lizards.  Neuroscience Abstracts 13:57.

Font, E., R.C. Switzer, N. Greenberg, and E.F. O’Conner.  1987.  Effects of  MPTP on central dopaminergic systems in a lizard.  Neuroscience Abstracts 13:87.

Greenberg, N., and T. Chen.  1987.  Aggression and social submissiveness alter melanotropin (MSH) in the lizard.  American Zoologist  27(4):49A.

Vaughan, G.L. and N. Greenberg.  1986.  Propranolol, a beta‑adrenergic blocker, modifies response to MSH in skin of Anolis carolinensisProc. XXX  Congress of International Union of Physiological Sciences

Greenberg, N., T. Chen, and G. Vaughan.  1986.  Melanotropin levels are  altered by acute and chronic social stress in lizards.  Neuroscience Abstracts  12(2):834.

Font, E., N. Greenberg, and R.C. Switzer.  1986.  Brain stem origins of motoneurons controlling the hyoid contribution to the dewlap display  of Anolis lizards.  Neuroscience Abstracts 12(1):497.

Greenberg, N., Ron Cox, T. Chen, Brad Schwartz.  1986.  Aggression and the      endocrinology of acute stress in the lizard.  American Zoologist  26:119A.

Vaughan, G. and N. Greenberg.  1985.  Photosensitivity and skin color in  the lizard, Anolis carolinensis, Proc. 65th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists & Herpetologists  p. 134.

Greenberg, N.  1985.  Stress endocrinology of social status in a lizard.  Ethologie 85: 19th International Ethological Conference 2:483.

Greenberg, N.  1983.  Exploratory behavior of lizards under stress.  Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society.

Greenberg, N., N. Griffin, and S. Sanders.  1982.  Exploratory behavior and     tongue‑flicking in male and female lizards, Anolis carolinensis.   American Zoologist 22(4):852.

Crews, D. and N. Greenberg.  1981.  Social signals in lizards. BioScience 31(1):51‑53.

Greenberg, N.  1981.  Body color, aggression, and social status in the lizard Anolis carolinensis.  Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior  Society, No. 123

Greenberg, N.  1981 Central and autonomic aspects of aggression and  status in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis NATO Advanced Study  Institute on Advances in Vertebrate Neuroethology Guide  p. 67.

2Greenberg, N. and W.C. Rodriguez III.  1979.  The Exploratory behavior of Anolis carolinensisProc. Joint Annual Meeting of the Herpetologists  League and the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles  p. 32.

3Ranyard, J. and N. Greenberg.  1979.  The Lizard Forebrain: light and electron microscopy studies.  Proc. Joint Ann Meeting of the  Herpetologists League and the Soc for the Study of Amphibians and  Reptiles  p. 51.

Greenberg, N.  1978.  Behavioral thermoregulation in living reptiles. Proceedings of the 144th Meeting of the American Association for the  Advancement of Science. p. 34.

Greenberg, N.  1978.  Taxonomy of lizards.  In: Greenberg, N. and P.D. MacLean, editors. Behavior and Neurology of Lizards. pp. 337‑339,  Rockville, Maryland, NIMH.

Greenberg, N.  1977.  The neuroethology of display behavior in a lizard.  Proc. XVth International Ethological Conference, Bielefeld, W. Germany.

Greenberg, N.  1977.  Report: A tripartite investigation of Anolis carolinensis. Anolis Newsletter (MCZ, Harvard) 3:20‑21.

Greenberg, N., L.F. Ferguson and P.D. MacLean.  1976.  A neuroethological study of display behavior in lizards.  Neuroscience Abstracts  2(2):689.

Greenberg, N.  1975.  Behavior studies of the blue spiny lizard. Proc.  XIth International Ethological Conference, Parma, Italy.

Greenberg, N. 1974. Behavior studies of the blue spiny lizard.  Diss. abstr. internat. 34(7).

Greenberg, N. 1973.  Basking and perching behavior of the blue spiny  lizard. Proc. American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, 53rd  Annual Meeting, San Jose, Costa Rica.

Greenberg, N.  1971Retreat and emergence behavior of the blue spiny lizard. American Zoologist  11(4):691.


PROFESSIONAL COLLOQUIA, SEMINARS, LECTURES, and PRESENTATIONS

2016.  Workshop on “The Teachable Moment.  Conference workshop/session on classroom practice.  8th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy at the Center for Instructional Development and Educational Research at Virginia Tech​​.   February 10, 2016    

The “Teachable Moment” enables deeper insight into the integrative biology of an important classroom experience:  When teaching methods informed by existential phenomenology are combined with insights from integrative biology,  instructors have greater power to evoke this experience in their students.

2016. Lecture. Biomorphic Art and Architecture – Design with Nature. April 14, 2015      Ijams Nature Center, ​Science Café, a project of WGBH Science Unit in association with Sigma Xi. April 14.

“Scientific, cultural, and spiritual connections between McHarg’s landmark work in architecture will be linked with the work of other visionaries: The talk will be richly illustrated from (1) Ernst Haeckel’s “Art Forms of Nature” (1899-1904) and its encouragement of an aesthetic, holistic vision of art and science based on his seminal research on oceanic microorganisms, and (2) the architecture of Antoni Gaudí, whose world-heritage architecture was deeply informed by and continually expresses his love and study of nature (spiritually manifest in his huge Sagrada Familia (basilica) in Barcelona (1883-contiunuing today).”  PPT Presentation

2015.   Seminar “Levels of Organization and Consciousness.  Art and Architecture Building.  Graduate Seminar in Art.  Oct 5.  

Different “levels” of consciousness are deployed for different adaptive needs.  For example, the relative contributions of specific cognitive functions to a state of consciousness such as creative “flow” is unique in its recruitment of “intuitive” functions.

2015.  Presentation. Teaching Conservatives, Liberals, and Libertarians.  7th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy at the Center for Instructional Development and Educational Research Virginia Tech.   February 05, 2015   ​This presentation is a component of the “Ethology in the Classroom” project.   Details

2015.  Poster Patterns in Transformative Pedagogy: Ethological Perspective. The 7th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy at the Center for Instructional Development and Educational Research Virginia Tech  February 04, 2015    ​

TRANSFORMATIVE LEARNING describes the student experience of a paradigm shift from merely knowing course content to realizing its relevance in their personal and professional lives.  Instructors can facilitate this process with phenomenological methods that enable students to find connections between personal lived experience and course content.  This study will provide clues about how phenomenologically-informed pedagogy works to enhance student experience.   Poster PDF

2015.  Lecture. Mystics, Mysteries, and the Limits of Scientific Understanding. Presentation for East Tennessee chapter of The American Chemical Society. University of Tennessee, 472 Buehler Hall​.  November 25.

 2014. Lecture.  Science and Spirituality.  Everett Senior Center in Maryville, Tennessee​.  ​For the Foothills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship​. March 23.

2014.  A Transformational Twist on Learner -Centered Teaching: Experience and Existential Phenomenology.  6th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy at the Center for Instructional Development and Educational Research at Virginia Tech. ​Component of University of Tennessee’s “Listening to Experiences” project.  February 5.

2013.  Nirvana in the Brain; Pathology and Spirituality.   Time: 10:00 – 11:00 AM.  ​Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church. December 08.   

2013.  Sunday Sanctuary Service,  “Day of the Dead and a Celebration of Life.” ​Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church, Knoxville, TN.  ​A presentation by Small Group Ministry #13​.  November 03.

2013.  Adult Religious Education Series, “Fingerprints of God: The Search for a Science of Spirituality.”   Time: 7:00 – 9:00 PM.  Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church​, Knoxville, TN.  ​As part of a series of 8 discussions/lectures beginning October 15.   

2013.  Seminar, “Educational Neuroscience: Progress report on the application of neuroscience theory to the practice of educators.”   College of Education, Bailey Education Complex, Knoxville, TN.  ​Seminar for LS 671: Advanced Learning Theory.  July 1.

2012.  Lecture.  What are Dreams?  For “Science Café” at ​Ijams Nature Center Visitor Center.  ​Discussion based on NOVA documentary “What are Dreams?”  Science Cafe is a project of WGBH Science Unit in association with Sigma Xi. November 27.

2012.  Forum: Neuroscience and Spirituality: God in the Brain. Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church, Knoxville, TN​   This presentation one of 8 lecture/discussion sessions for Adult Religious Education. October 15.

2012.  Forum: “Neuroscience and Religion: the Emerging Dialogue.   Date: September 02, 2012     Time: 10:05 – 11:00 AM   Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church, Knoxville, TN​.  ​The presentation also serves as an introduction to a prospective Adult RE Course.

Bearden HS Science Club   Date: March 28, 2012

2011.  Lecture.  The Deep Biology of Intuition in Cognitive Education.  Biannual meeting of International Association for Cognitive Education and Psychology​, Boston, MA. July 13.

2011.  Lecture/Discussion. Is God in the Brain? – Part 3: Implications for Mind-Spirit Dualism.  Second Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, TN​.  ​Part of series “Faith, Science, and the Future” May 10.

2011. “To be One with Everything.”  ​ ORICL Philosophical Society. Roane State Community College.   meeting. Part one of a two lecture series​. March 11.

The poet, Wendell Berry, observed that “All creatures…dance…to music so humble and vast that no ear hears it except in fragments.” Can such fragments be “reassembled?” Why should we want to?

2011.  Lecture/Discussion. Reality Testing: from “Neural Cascade to Consciousness.”  Date: Department of Psychology​.  ​ Austin Peay  Bldg., Behavioral Brown Bag Seminar, March 9.

2011.  Lecture/Discussion.  Is God in the Brain? – Part 2.  Second Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, TN​.  ​Part of series “Faith, Science, and the Future” Feb. 13.

2010.  Is God in the Brain? – Part 1.   ​Second Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, TN.  ​Guest classroom presentation for “Psychology of Religion”  Oct. 19.

2010.  Songlines. Sunday Sanctuary Sermon. Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church, Knoxville, TN​.  ​April 11  

The first being created things by naming them.  The poet, Wendell Berry, observed that “All creatures…dance…to music so humble and vast that no ear hears it except in fragments.”

2010.  A New Age of Revelation: The Spiritual Depths of Science.  ​​Seniors for Creative Learning (SCL)  Knoxville, TN  March 16.

Science is the greatest engine of spiritual development we know. St Thomas would agree.​

2010.  Lecture, Modes of Reality-Testing in the Brain and Cognitive EducationInternational Association for Cognitive Education and Psychology, North American Regional Conference, San Diego, California​  February 05,

 

2009.  God in the Brain.   Guest classroom presentation for “Psychology of Religion”

September 22

2009.  Lecture.   The Natural History of Truth: The Neurobiology of Belief.  MetaNexus Institute annual conference, Phoenix, AZ​     “Cosmos, Nature, Culture: A Transdisciplinary Conference”​ July 20, 2009

2009.  A New Age of Revelation.  ​St.Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church, Farragut, TN​   May 10.

2009. The Natural History of Intuition.  St.Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church, Farragut, TN May 03. ​ 

2009. The War Between Truth and Reality  Seniors for Creative Learning, Knoxville, TN​ March 12.

Where does one find the “truth?” In the course of the talk I will outline the biological significance of the truth and the needs that it serves. We will consider instinct and intuition and contrast three “species” of knowing: agnosia, gnosia, and hypergnosia.​

2009.  The War Between Reality and Truth. Pellissippi State Technical Community College​.   March 1.

2009.  Mystics, Mysteries, and the Limits of Scientific Understanding.   The Rationalists of East Tennessee​. Roane State Community College.  February 4. 

This presentation explores the idea of “truth” as something that humans need but can never possess. Our perception of truth involves the outcome of two vital biological processes which impart more-or-less confidence in our belief about some reality. In the course of the talk I will outline the scaffolding and successive approximations that pass for truth — the neurobiological events that underlie these efforts, the forces that effect their integrated functions, and what happens when they become dysfunctional.

​​A lecture series of 10 presentations for ORICL. Last 8 sessions to be presented collaboratively by members of the University Studies Interdisciplinary Colloquy on Spirituality and Critical Inquiry.​

2008. Natural History of Narrative.  As part of the interdisciplinary symposium “Academic Evolution and Hybridization: The Sciences and the Arts,” presented by the Interdisciplinary Colloquy on History and Philosophy of Science and Technology​. Black Cultural Center at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville​.   Nov. 24

2008. Lecture/discussion. The Neuropsychology of Belief.  Austin Peay Department of Psychology​  Behavioral Brown Bag Seminar​. Oct. 15.

2008.  Lecture/discussion.  Can Spirituality be Defined?    University Studies Interdisciplinary Colloquy on Spirituality and Critical Inquiry​.  UT University Center​. Oct 8.

2008.  Neuropsychology of Social Stress: From Social Agnosia to Subclinical Stress.  Graduate School of Medicine,  UT Medical Center, Knoxville, TN​.  June 10, 2008 

2008 Freedom.  Sunday Sanctuary Service,  Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church, Knoxville, TN​. April 27

2008.  The War That Wasn’t: Science and Religion in 19th Century America  Time.    Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church, Knoxville, TN​. April6.

2008.  Science and Spirituality: An Essential Tension.  Date: April 02, 2008     Time: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM  Roane State Community College​.   A series of four lectures

2008. Science and Spirituality.  Date: February 17, 2008     Time: 5:30 PM   Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church, Knoxville, TN​

2008.  The Beasts in Our Brain: Illustrated Lecture, University of Tennessee College of Education, Date: January 14  TRACE link

2007.  The Natural History of Intuition.  Lecture/Discussion, Knoxville Public Library (Murphy Branch), Date: October 25

2007.  The Beasts in Our Brain: Making a Virtue of Necessity.  Opening Lecture, Art Gallery of Knoxville, October 07

2007.  From Unintentional Modeling to Intentional Mediation: An Ethological View of Teaching    International Association for Cognitive Education and Psychology, XI Biennial International Conference, Knoxville, TN​  July 02

2007.  Truth and the Brain: Confidence in Beliefs   Knoxville Area Psychological Association,  Cherokee Facility.

2007.  The Evolutionary Biology of Religion   Sertoma Club, Greenhills Grill dinner lecture, May 01.

2007.  The Evolutionary Biology of Religion  Sertoma Club​.  Greenhills Grill​  April 20

2007.  The Evolutionary Biology of Belief.  Roane State Community College​  Oak Ridge Philosophical Society​  April 20.

2007. The Natural History of Creativity  ​Oak Ridge Philosophical Society, Roane State Community College. March 09.

2007. Proteus: Ernst Haeckel’s Holistic vision: Reconciling Irreconcilables in Science and Art.   Lindsay Young Auditorium, University of Tennessee​.  ​Documentaries in the UT Library. March 02.

2007.  Forum.  Free Spirits and Spiritual Slaves.  Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church, Knoxville, TN​.  Jan 7. 

2006.  Forum.  Revelation and the RevealedDate: September 24, 2006     Time: 10:00 – 11:00 AM  Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church, Knoxville, TN​

2006   ​Radio discussion. The Science of Winning.  PBS Radio Series Discussion, “The Infinite Mind,” with Howard Bloom. September 13

2007 Invited Presentation. “From Unintentional Modeling to Intentional Mediation: An Ethological View of Teaching.”  XI Biennial International Conference of the International Association for Cognitive Education and Psychology (IACEP). The University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  July 3.

2007  Plenary presentation, “The Natural History of Intuition.”   For the symposium,  “Exploring the Science of Intuition and Consciousness.”  Sponsored by the Institute of Noetic Sciences and Bastyr University. Bastyr University Auditorium, Tuesday March 21, 2006, 10:30 AM Available for continuing education credit. SLIDES

2006 Invited Lecture and Graduate Colloquy, “The Natural History of Intuition.”   University of Tennessee College of Nursing.  Presentation and discussion of ethological view of intuition as it bears on informed practice in the health professions. Jan 19.

2004 Invited Presentation. “Truth in the Brain: The Neuroethology of Belief. Consciousness Reframed 2004: Sixth International Research Conference, Beijing, China. November 24-27.

A defense of the localization of cerebral function for tests of “correspondence” and “coherence” of novel percepts.

2003 Invited Plenary Presentation.  Science and Religion: Sibling Rivalry and Reconciliation. Maryville College, Maryville, Tennessee. September 29.  An overview of the behavioral neuroscience underlying human relationships to truth and reality.

2002 Presentation: “Comparison of standard and contemporary histologic stains on multiple sclerosis.   22nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience  (Sponsoring J. Baun and RC Switzer III), November 2002.

2001 Invited Presentation.  Creative Collaboration in Curriculum Development. Humanities and Technology Association, Proceedings, Charlottesville, VA, Sept. An overview of the underlying ideology and scholarship informing implementation of the University Studies Interdisciplinary Program at the University of Tennessee

2001 Invited Symposium Lecture: ACauses and Consequences of  The Stress Response in Reptiles,@  Annual meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, Chicago, Illinois, January, 2001. Major overview of my research programme and its implications for understanding life history strategies.

1999 Invited Lecture: “Integration of Mind and Body in Behavioral Development.” Seventh Conference of the International Association for Cognitive Education. Calgary University, Canada, June 29- July 3, 1999.

1999 Presentation, “Narrative Correspondences and the Organ of Coherence.”  Annual Conference on Narrative and Consciousness: Literature, Psychology, and the Brain. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, Feb. 4, 1999.

1999 Presentation, Against the Grain: The Natural History of an Inter-disciplinary Faculty Development Program. (with Al Burstein). Seventh Conference on Faculty Roles and Rewards of the American Association for Higher Education, San Diego, Jan 21-24, 1999

1998 Presentation, The Evolutionary Physiology of Creativity.  Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Tenth Annual Meeting, University of California – Davis, July 12-13, 1998.

1998 Roundtable presentation and discussant, Biopoetics: the application of evolutionary psychology to the arts. Satellite Meeting to Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Tenth Annual Meeting, University of California – Davis, July 14

1997 Invited Lecture: “Engendering Creative Research Skills in a College Biology Curriculum”  Sixth Conference of the International Association for Cognitive Education. Univ. Stellenbosch, South Africa, June 29- July 3.

1995 Invited Lecture: “Logos, Logic, and the Anomie of Rootless Science.”  Fifth Conference of the International Association for Cognitive Education. Catskill, N.Y. July 9-13.

1995 Presentation,   “Adaptive Responses to Social Subordination.”  XXIV Internat. Ethology Conf. Honolulu, Hawaii, Aug 10-17. (with D. Crews, C. Summers, J. Harris)

1994 Presentation, “Olfactory bulbectomy causes selective behavioral deficits in a lizard,”  Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Seattle Washington, July 25, 1994.  (With Lee Ann Bradley)

1993 Invited Lecture: “The Ethology of Teaching.”  Fourth Conference of the International Association of Cognitive Education. Nof Ginossar Israel, 5 July 1993. (read by K.H. Greenberg)

1992 Poster: “Social dominance and territoriality in the green anole.” Annual meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, Vancouver, Canada, December 28, 1992.

1992 Plenary Theme Presentation: “Learning, Thinking, and Creating in the Applied Sciences.” Fourth Annual TACTA Conference, Knoxville Tennessee, 24 March, 1992.

1991 Invited Lecture: “The Behavioral Biology of Teaching.”  12th International Meeting on Theoretical and Applied Aspects of Structural Cognitive Modifiability and the Mediated Learning Experience. Jerusalem, Israel, 12 July 1991.

1991 Invited Lecture: “Tongue‑Flicking in Anolis carolinensis: implications for understanding behavioral evolution.”  Chemical Signals in Vertebrates VI Conference, “Reptilian Chemical Senses”, Philadelphia, PA, June 15, 1991.

1991 Presentation, “Adaptive androgen reduction in Anolis carolinensis,”  Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Wilmington, SC  April 17.

1991 Invited Lecture, “The saurian psyche revisited: Lizards in research.” Scientists Center for Animal Welfare, National Conference on Reptiles, Amphibians, and Fish in Research,  New Orleans, April 8.

1991 Seminar: “Physiological Ethology of Social Behavior.”  Institute of Animal Behavior, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ, March 27.

1991 Invited Presentation: “Biology Education Assessment.” Office of the Dean and Department Heads in Education, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA, March 20.

1991 Seminar: “Behavioral endocrinology of Social Behavior.”  Graduate Program in Ethology Colloquium. February 1, 1991.

1990 Poster: “Social dominance and reproduction in the green anole.” Annual meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, San Antonio, TX (with B. Lumsden), December 28, 1990.

1990 Lecture: “New developments in the physiological ethology of dominance in the lizard.”  Institute of Reproductive Biology, University of Texas, Austin TX, March 30, 1990.

1989 Poster: “Central monoamines and behavior in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis  19th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, St Louis, MO, (with C.H.Summers and P. Desan), October 31, 1989.

1989 Poster: Effects of CNS catecholamine depletion in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis,” Annual meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, Boston, MA (with Paul Desan), December 28.

1989 Lecture: “Physiological ethology of social dominance.” Annual Meeting of The American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Berkeley, CA, June 1989.  (read by Thomas A. Jenssen).

1988 Poster: “Laboratory studies of territorial dominance in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis,” Annual Meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, San Francisco, CA (with Rochelle Webster), December 27, 1988.

1988 Poster: “Endocrine and behavioral responses to aggression and social dominance in the green anole lizard, Anolis carolinensis,” Annual Meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, San Francisco CA (with D. Crews), December 27, 1988.

1988 Invited Presentation and Discussant: “Central and autonomic aspects of behavior in lizards,” National Institute Of Health/Boston University Symposium on Unconventional Vertebrates as Animal Models in Endocrine Research,” Washington, DC, Dec. 5‑6, 1988.

1988 Seminar: “Behavioral endocrinology of social dominance,” Department of Biology, University of Denver, Denver, CO, October 3, 1988.

1988 Seminar: “Behavioral endocrinology of social dominance,” Department of Environmental, Population, and Organismic Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, Sept. 30, 1988.

1988 Lecture: “Aggression and social submissiveness alter melanotropin (MSH) in the lizard,”  Annual Meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, New Orleans, LA (with T. Chen), December 28, 1987.

1987 Poster: “Androgen elevated but corticosterone unaffected by acute and chronic social stress in lizards,”  17th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans, LA (with D. Crews), November 17, 1987.

1987 Poster: “Effects of MPTP on central dopaminergic systems in a lizard,”  17th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans, LA  (with E. Font, senior author, and R.C. Switzer), November 17, 1987.

1987 Invited Lecture: “The reptilian striatum revisited,” International Brain Research Organization Second World Congress of Neuroscience Symposium “Recent Advances in Understanding the Structure and Function of the Forebrain in Reptiles.”  Max‑Planck‑Institut fur Hirnforshung, Frankfurt, FRG, August 14, 1987.

1987 Seminar: “Stress Endocrinology of social status,” Institute of Animal Behavior, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ, April 16, 1987.

1987 Invited Lecture/Demonstration: “Physiological stress and social status: The behavioral endocrinology of dominance,”  Vertebrate Neurobiology and Behavior State‑of‑the‑Art Lecture series, University of Texas at Austin, March 30‑April 3, 1987.

1986 Lecture: “Aggression and the endocrinology of acute stress in the lizard Anolis carolinensis,” Annual Meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, Nashville, TN (with R. Cox, T. Chen, and B. Schwartz), December 29, 1986.  (Delivered by A. C. Echternacht).

1986 Poster: “Melanotropin levels are altered by acute and chronic social stress in lizards,” 16th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC (with T. Chen and G. Vaughan), November 12, 1986.

1986 Poster: “Brain stem origins of motoneurons controlling the hyoid contribution to the dewlap display of Anolis lizards”.  16th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC (with E. Font, senior author, and R. C. Switzer), November 11, 1986.

1986 Poster: “Propranolol, a beta‑adrenergic blocker, modifies response to MSH in skin of Anolis carolinensis,” XXX Congress of International Union of Physiological Sciences, Vancouver, Canada, (G.L. Vaughan, senior author), July 13‑19, 1986.

1985 Lecture: “Stress endocrinology of social status,” 19th International Ethological Conference, Toulouse, France, August 30, 1985.

1985 Lecture: “Stress endocrinology of social status,” Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Park City, Utah, January 29, 1985.

1983 Lecture: “Exploratory Behavior of Lizards Under Stress,” Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Lewisburg, PA, June 19, 1983.

1983 Seminar: “Ecological Implications of Social Neuroendocrinology,” Bell Museum of Natural History, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, May 3, 1983.

1983 Seminar: “Neuroendocrinology of Social Dominance,” Department of Ecology and Behavioral Biology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, May 2, 1983.

1982 Lecture: “Exploratory Behavior and Tongue‑flicking in the Lizard, Anolis  carolinensis.” Annual Meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, Louisville, KY, December 27, 1982.

1982 Seminar: “Neuroendocrinology of Social Dominance,” Department of Zoology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, November 1, 1982.

1981 Seminar: “Central and Autonomic Aspects of Aggression and Status in the Lizard, Anolis carolinensis,” NATO ‑ Advanced Study Institute of Advances in Vertebrate Neuroethology, University of Kassel, Schlosschen Schonburg, Hofgeismar, FRG, August 20, 1981.

1981 Lecture: “Body Color, Aggression and Social Status in the Lizard, Anolis carolinensis,” Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Knoxville, TN, June 24, 1981.

1981 Lecture: “Do Lizards Blush: The Ethology of Autonomic Responses to Social Stress,” Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Park City, Utah, January 27, 1981.

1981 Seminar: “New Developments in the Behavioral Ecology of Reptiles,” Graduate Program in Ecology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, February 13, 1980.

1980 Lecture: “Physiological Ethology of Reptiles,” All‑college Lecture, Ramapo College, Ramapo, NJ, February 8, 1980.

1980 Lecture: “Physiological Ethology of Social Status in Lizards,” Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Steamboat Springs, CO, January 28, 1980.

1979 Seminar: “Physiological Ethology of Reptiles,” North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh, NC, December 6, 1979.

1979 Lecture: “The Exploratory Behavior of Anolis carolinensis.”  Joint Annual Meeting of the Herpetologist’s League and the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles.  Knoxville, TN, August 15, 1979.

1979 Lecture: “Animal Models, Natural Experiments and Ethology,” College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, July 23, 1979.

1979 Seminar: “Forebrain Functions in the Social Behavior of Reptiles,” Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Jackson Hole, WY, January 30, 1979.

1978 Seminar: “Thermoregulation in Contemporary and Extinct Reptiles,” Knoxville Behavioral Ecology and Evolution Seminar Group.  Knoxville, TN, November 10, 1978.

1978 Lecture: “Ethological Constraints on the Activity of Captive Reptiles,” Annual meeting of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians, Knoxville, TN, November 8, 1978.

1978 Lecture: “Behavioral Thermoregulation in Living Reptiles,” the Paleontological Society in conjunction with the AAAS, Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, February 16, 1978.

1978 Lecture: “Comparative Neurobiology and Ethology,” Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, February 8, 1978.

1978 Seminar: “Physiological and Behavioral Ecology of Lizards,” Armed Forces Research Institute, Washington, DC, January 13, 1978.

1977 Seminar: “Ethological Studies on the Function of the Forebrain in Lizards,” Department of Zoology and Graduate Program in Ecology.  University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, December 5, 1977.

1977 Lecture: “Ethological Ecology,” Department of Biology, The American University, Washington, DC, November 22, 1977.

1977 Seminar: “Reptile Ethology,” Department of Biological Sciences, George Washington University, Washington, DC, September 20, 1977.

1977 Lecture: “Lizard Ethology and Behavioral Thermoregulation,” Max‑Planck‑Institut fur Physiologische and Klinische Forschung, Bad Nauheim, W. Germany, August 31, 1977.

1977 Poster: “The Neuroethology of Display Behavior in a Lizard,” XVth International Ethology Conference, Bielefeld, W. Germany, August 26, 1977.

1977 Lecture: “Problems in the Neuroethology of Unfamiliar Species,” Department of Anatomy, Georgetown University Medical School, Washington, DC, May 6, 1977.

1977 Lecture: “Reptile Neuroethology,” Department of Veterinary Science, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, April 29, 1977.

1977 Seminar: “Lizard Neuroethology ‑ Forebrain and Behavior,” Department of Animal Behavior, The American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY, April 12, 1977.

1977 Lecture: “Ethological Studies on the Function of the Paleostriatum in Lizards,” Potomac chapter of the Society for Neuroscience, Bethesda, MD, February 15, 1977.

1976 Lecture: “A Neuroethological Study of Display Behavior in Lizards,” Society for Neuroscience, 6th Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, November 11, 1976.

1976 Lecture: “Ethological Studies on the Function of the Paleostriatum in Lizards,” Neuroethology Workshop, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, November 9, 1976.

1976 Seminar: “Reptile Neuroethology,” Institute for Neuroscience and Behavior, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, August 26, 1976.

1976 Seminar: “The Neuroethology of Lizard Display Behavior,” Department of Biology, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, VA, June 11, 1976.

1976 Seminar: “The Ethology of Lizards and the Neuroethology of Display Behavior,” Department of Psychology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, June 4, 1976.

1976 Lecture: “Experimental Studies of Display Behavior in Reptiles,” Annual meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, June 2. 

1976 Lecture: “Problems in Lizard Ethology,” Department of Natural Sciences, The University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, May 28.

1976 Seminar: “Reptile Ethology,” National Zoological Park, The Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, March 24.

1975 Poster: “Behavior Studies of the Blue Spiny Lizard,” XIVth International Ethology Conference, Parma, Italy, September 2.

1974 Seminar: “Behavior Studies of the Blue Spiny Lizard,” Laboratory of Brain Evolution and Behavior, National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, MD, February

1973 Lecture: “Basking and Perching Behavior of the Blue Spiny Lizard,” American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, 53rd Ann. Meeting, San Jose, Costa Rica, June 28.

1972 Seminar: “The Ethology of Lizards,” Department of Animal Behavior, The American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY.   December.