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Stephen E. G. Lea: Talks delivered at conferences and in other institutions
 1987  | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001in preparation

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Information is incomplete before 1991

1987
March
Low Countries meeting on Animal Behaviour, Nijmegen, The Netherlands: "Hamstern bei Hamstern"
June
Institut für Arbeitsphysiologie, Dortmund

1989
March
Experimental Analysis of Behaviour Group, University of Cambridge:
"Natural selection, cultural evolution, and the experimental analysis of behaviour"d
September
International conference on Bird Vision and Cognition, Zentrum für interdisziplinäre Forschung, Bielefeld, West Germany:
"Behavioural analysis of feature detection by pigeons"c
International Association for Research in Economic Psychology, Kazimierz Dolny, Poland
"Does the assumption of rationality matter?"b

1990
March
Department of Psychology, Bucknell University, Lewisburg PA, USA:
"Operant psychology and behavioral ecology"
August
Graduate Summer School of the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology, Linz, Austria
"Rationality"d
"Biology and economics"d
September
Surrey Symposium on Social Psychology, University of Surrey:
"Evaluating the psychology of economic behaviour"e

1991
June:
International Association for Research in Economic Psychology & Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, Stockholm:
"The evolution of economic behaviour" (keynote address)c
"The social psychology of debt: Preliminary analysis" (with P. Webleya and R. M. Levinea)c
"The partial unacceptability of money in repayment for neighbourly help" (with P. Webleya)
July:
Experimental Psychology Society & British Neuropsychological Society, University of Sussex:
"Motion feature integration and the perception of intention" (with W. H. Dittricha)c
September:
Colloque internationale sur les modes de vie et le consommation des jeunes, Paris.
"Vers une psychologie plus réelle de la socialisation économique" (with P. Webleya)b

1992
March:
Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, University of California, Irvine CA, USA:
"Author meets critics" (with R. E. Lane, D. O. Sears, & A. O. Hirschman).c
"Debting careers: An interview study of problem debt" (with C. M. Walkera, & P. Webleya).c
Learning and Adaptive Behavior Group, Duke University, Durham NC, USA:
"Artificial polymorphous concept learning in pigeons"
Department of Psychology, Duke University:
"The evolution of economic behavior"
August:
Third international conference on visual search, University of Nottingham: "Filtering motion trajectories in visual search" (with W. H. Dittricha)d
Annual conference of the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology, Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany:
"An interview study of the origin of problem debt" (with C. M. Walkera, & P. Webleya).c
"The concept of debt: An experimental investigation" (with C. M. Walkera, & J. G. Rooijmansa).c
October:
National seminar on Debt: Budgeting on low incomesb organized by Welsh Water plc:
"The psychology of debt" (with P. Webleya)
November
Psychological Society of University of London, Royal Holloway: "The psychology of debt"

1993
January
Experimental Psychology Society, University College, London: "A feature-positive effect in concept discrimination in pigeons" (with W. H. Dittricha)c
February
Annual conference of the Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour, Christchurch, New Zealand: "Diving patterns in two European cormorants"c
April:
Department of Psychology, University of Melbourne, Australia: "Can't pay, won't pay, don't pay: The psychology of debt"
Department of Psychology, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia: "Can't pay, won't pay, don't pay: The psychology of debt"
May:
School of Psychology, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia: "The psychology of money"
Department of Psychology, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand: "The psychology of money"
June:
Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand: "Social cognitions concerning tourism"
Behaviour Laboratory Group, University of Auckland, New Zealand: "Pattern recognition in birds"
Department of Psychology, University of Auckland, New Zealand: "Can't pay, won't pay: The psychology of debt"
Department of Psychology, University of Waikato, New Zealand: "Perception of intention from motion"
Department of Psychology, University of Otago, New Zealand: "Lay concepts of economic constructs"
July
First Australasian Symposium on Economic Psychologyd, University of Canterbury, New Zealand: "What New Zealanders think about tourism"
November
Psychology Division, University of Hertfordshire: "Psychological consequences of economic change".

1994
March
Experimental Psychology Societyc, University of Oxford: "Experiments on the psychological assessment of the utilities of consumer goods" (with Simon Kemp).
April
Tinbergen Institute, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam/Universiteit Amsterdam: "A grasp on the metaphysical: Psychological measurement of marginal utility, average utility, and consumer's surplus".
May
Association for Research in Vision and Opthalmologyf, Sarasota, Florida: "Emotion from motion" (Poster, with Tom Troscianko, Winand Dittrich and Dawn Morgan).
July
International Association for Research in Economic Psychology & Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economicsb, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam:
"Rating the utility of consumer goods: Evidence supporting microeconomic theory" (with Simon Kemp and Sharon Fussell).
"Psychological factors in consumer debt: Money management, time horizons, and consumer behaviour" (with Paul Webleya & Catherine M. Walkera).
"Attitudes to tourism among residents of a hospitable country" (with Simon Kemp & Sharon Fussell).

1995
August
International Association for Research in Economic Psychologyb, Norges Handelshøyskole, Bergen, Norway: "Student debt - the UK experience" (with Paul Webleya & Guy W. Bellamy)
British and Eastern European Psychologists Group, Universitiza Mateja Bela, Banska Bystrica, Slovakia: "Psychological impacts of tourism"
November
School of Social Sciences, Staffordshire University: "Psychology and the welfare of animals" (the first Caroline Bell memorial lecture).

1996
March
Department of Psychology, University of Nottingham. "The Optimal Shag: Diving behaviour in Phalacrocoracidae".
June
Furzebrook Research Station, Institute for Terrestrial Ecology. "The Optimal Shag".
July
Experimental Psychology Society (50th anniversary meeting)c, Cambridge. "Field experiments on spatial memory in grey and red squirrels" (with I. M. V. Macdonalda)
September
International Symposium, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japanc. "Categories, concepts and representations in birds' discrimination".
Japan Psychological Association, Tokyod. "The economic psychology of consumer debt".

1997
March
South-West undergraduate psychology conference, Plymouth (keynote lecture). "The psychology of money"
September
International Association for Research in Economic Psychology, Valencia, Spainb:
"An interview study of the psychology of poverty" (with Carole B. Burgoynea, Susan M. Jonesa, & Avril J. Beera).
"South African children’s views of wealth, poverty and inequality" (with M. Bonn and P. Webleya)

1998
July
Experimental Psychology Societyc, York: "Pigeons and the Michotte launch effect: Discrimination, but not of causality".
August
Department of Psychology, University of Western Australia: "Discrimination of movement categories by birds"
Department of Psychology, Curtin University, Perth, Australia: "Coping with Constraint: An interview study of the psychology of poverty"
Australian Learning Group meeting, Sydney, Australia: "Discrimination of movement categories by birds"
September
Land and Water Resources Research and Development Corporation workshop, Melbourne, Australiad: "An international perspective on how the Aussies are batting"
British Association for the Advancement of Science: "Money as tool, money as drug: The psychology of a strong incentive"
November
Department of Psychology, University of St. Andrews: "Pigeons and the Michotte launch effect: Discrimination, but not of causality".

1999
March
Department of Psychology, University of Southampton: "What do birds see in moving video images?"
May
Society for the Quantitative Analysis of Behaviorc, Chicago: "Time preference as a disposition" (with Paul Webleya and Anke Unratha); "Where’s the behaviour in behavioural economics?"
Department of Psychology, Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana: "What do birds see in moving video images?"
July
International Association for Research in Economic Psychologyb, Belgirate, Italy: "Money management in young adults" (with Anke K. Unrath, Christine de Wilde & Jeltje Wynia).
September
Japanese Psychological Associationcd, Nagoya: Time preference as a disposition
Department of Psychology, Osaka City University, Japan: Money as tool, money as drug: The psychology of a strong incentive
Department of Psychology, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan: Field experiments on concept discrimination in squirrels
November
XXI Regional Assembly of Psychology, Barranquilla, Colombia: What is economic psychology? with the psychology of money as an example.

2000
January
Department of Psychology, Bolton Institute: The context of student debt
March
Asahikawa Medical College, Japan: What do birds see in moving video images?
International Conference on Comparative Cognitiond, Melbourne Beach, Florida: Field experiments on concept discrimination in grey squirrels (with Darren Burke).
April
British Psychological Society, Annual Conferencef, Winchester: Making money out of psychology: Can we predict economic behaviour? The C. S. Myers lecture, 2000.
May
Universities Federation for Animal Welfare Symposium on Consciousness, Cognition and Animal Welfared,e, London: "Anticipation and memory as criteria for special welfare consideration".
June
International Society for Ecological Economicsd, Canberra: Economic psychology and ecological economics
July
International Congress of Psychologyd, Stockholm: (i) Time preference as a disposition: Relative impatience and the Economic Self; (ii) Comparative analysis of performance in concept discrimination
International Association for Research in Economic Psychologyb, Baden bei Wien, Austria: "Secondary gains from homelessness: the view from on and off the streets" (with Adam Bulewski). Download text

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aUniversity of Exeter
bPrinted proceedings (other than items listed as publications)
cPrinted abstract
dPrinted programme
eProceedings published
fAbstracts published


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