Christopher D. Green
Résumé of Scholarly Publications

Last updated 2 August 2011.


Books

Green, C. D. & Benjamin Jr., L. T. (Eds.) (2009a). Psychology gets into the game: A prehistory of sport psychology. Lincoln,NB: University of Nebraska Press.

Green, C. D. & Groff, P. R. (2003). Early psychological thought: Ancient accounts of mind and soul. Westport, CT: Praeger.

Green, C. D., Shore, M., & Teo, T. (Eds.). (2001). The transformation of psychology: Influences of 19th-century philosophy, technology, and natural science. Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association Press.


Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles & Book Chapters

Green, C. D. (in press). How to find refutations of the Golden Section without really trying. Empirical Studies of the Arts.

Green, C. D. (in press). Baseball's first power surge: Home runs in the late 19th-century major leagues. Baseball Research Journal, 40, .

Green, C. D. (2011). The Chicago Cubs and the "headshrinker": An early foray into sports psychology. Baseball Research Journal, 40, .

Green, C. D. (2010a). Scientific objectivity and E. B. Titchener's experimental psychology. Isis, 101, 697-721.

Green, C. D. (2009a). Coleman Roberts Griffith: Father of North American sport psychology. In C. D. Green & L. T. Benjamin Jr. (Eds.), Psychology gets into the game: Sport, mind, and behavior, 1880-1960 (pp. 202-229). Lincoln, NB: University of Nebraska Press.

Green, C. D. (2009b). The curious rise and fall of experimental psychology in Mind. History of the Human Sciences, 22, 33-53.

Green, C. D. (2009c). Darwinian theory, functionalism, and the first American psychological revolution. American Psychologist, 64, pp.

Green, C. D. (2007a). Johns Hopkins’ first professorship in philosophy: A critical pivot point in the history of American psychology. American Journal of Psychology, 120, 303-323.

Green, C. D. (2006a). Coleman Griffith: "Adopted" father of sport psychology. In L. Benjamin, D. Dewsbury, & M. Wertheimer (Eds.). Portraits of pioneers in psychology (vol. 6). Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association & Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Green, C. D. (2005a). Was Babbage's analytical engine intended to be a mechanical model of the mind? History of Psychology, 8, 35-45.

Green, C. D. (2004). The hiring of James Mark Baldwin and James Gibson Hume at Toronto in 1889. History of Psychology, 7, 130-153.

Green, C. D. (2003). Psychology strikes out: Coleman Griffith and the Chicago Cubs. History of Psychology, 6, 267-283.

Green, C. D. (2003). Where did the ventricular localization of mental faculties come from? Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 39, 131-142.

Green, C. D. (2002). Toronto's "other" original APA member: James Gibson Hume. Canadian Psychology, 43, 35-45.

Green, C. D. (2001). Scientific models, connectionist networks, and cognitive science. Theory and Psychology, 11, 97-117.

Green, C. D. (2000). Is AI the right method for cognitive science. Psycoloquy, 11 (61).

Green, C. D. (1998a). Are connectionist models theories of cognition? Psycoloquy, 9 (4).

Green, C. D. (1998b). The thoroughly modern Aristotle: Was he really a functionalist? History of Psychology, 1, 8-20.

Green, C. D. & Vervaeke, J. (1997). The experience of objects and the objects of experience. Metaphor and Symbol, 12, 3-17.

Vervaeke, J. & Green, C. D. (1997). Women, fire, and dangerous theories: A critique of Lakoff's theory of categorization. Metaphor and Symbol, 12, 59-80.

Green, C. D. (1996). Fodor, functions, physics, and fantasyland: Is AI a Mickey Mouse discipline? Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Artificial Intelligence, 8, 95-106.

Green, C. D. (1996). Where did the word "cognitive" come from anyway? Canadian Psychology, 37 (1), 31-39.

Green, C. D. (1995). All that glitters: A review of psychological research on the aesthetics of the golden section. Perception, 24, 937-968.

Green, C. D. (1994). Cognitivism: Whose party is it anyway? Canadian Psychology, 35, 112-123.

Kennedy, J. M., Green, C. D., & Vervaeke, J. (1993). Metaphoric thought and devices in pictures. Metaphor and Symbolic Activity, 8, 243-255.

Green, C. D. (1992). Of immortal mythological beasts: Operationism in psychology. Theory and Psychology, 2, 287-316.

Kennedy, J. M., Green, C. D., Nicholls, A., & Liu, C. H. (1992). Illusions and knowing what is real. Ecological Psychology, 4, 153-172.

DeMan, A. F. & Green, C. D. (1988). Selected personality correlates of assertiveness and aggressiveness. Psychological Reports, 62, 672-674.

DeMan, A. F., Batten, G. M., Green, C., & Weinstein, L. (1983). Birth order and past orientation. Psychological Reports, 53, 425-426.


Other Invited Articles, Book Chapters, & Reference Entries

Green, C. D. (2011). Psychology. Encyclopedia of ancient history. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Benjamin, Jr., L. T. & Green, C. D. (2009). Introduction: The origins of sport psychology. In C. D. Green & L. T. Benjamin Jr. (Eds.), Psychology gets into the game: Sport, mind, and behavior, 1880-1960 (pp. 1-19). Lincoln, NB: University of Nebraska Press.

Green, C. D. & Benjamin, Jr., L. T. (2009b). Conclusion: The "proper" history of sport psychology. In C. D. Green & L. T. Benjamin Jr. (Eds.), Psychology gets into the game: Sport, mind, and behavior, 1880-1960 (pp. 283-294). Lincoln, NB: University of Nebraska Press.

Green, C. D. (2005). James Gibson Hume. Dictionary of modern American philosophers. Bristol, UK: Thoemmes.

Green, C. D. (2004). Digging archaeology: Sources of Foucault's historiography. Journal of the Interdisciplinary Crossroad, 1, 121-141.

Green, C. D. (2003). Ancient Greek psychology. In A. Weber, (Ed.), Psychology. Vol. 1: History of psychology (pp. 10-15). Danbury, CT: Grolier International.

Green, C. D. (2001). Charles Babbage, the analytical engine, and the possibility of a 19th-century cognitive science. In C. D. Green, M. Shore, & T. Teo (Eds.), The transformation of psychology: Influences of 19th-century philosophy, technology, and natural science (pp. 133-152). Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Green, C. D., Shore, M. & Teo, T. (2001). Introduction. In Green, C.D., Shore, M., & Teo, T. (Eds.), The transformation of psychology: Influences of 19th-century philosophy, technology, and natural science. Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association Press.

Green, C. D. (1999). Are connectionist models theories of cognition? In W. Maiers, T. Sloan, B. Esgalhado, R. Jorna, & E. Schraube (Eds.), Challenges to theoretical psychology. Toronto: Captus Press. (Abridgement of Green, 1998a)

Green, C. D. & Vervaeke, J. (1997). But what have you done for us lately?: Some recent perspectives on linguistic nativism. In D. Johnson & C. Erneling (Eds.), The future of the cognitive revolution. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Green, C. D. & Vervaeke, J. (1996). What kind of explanation, if any, is a connectionist net? In C. W. Tolman, F. Cherry, R. van Hezewijk, & I. Lubek (Eds.), Problems of theoretical psychology (pp. 201-210). North York, Ontario: Captus University Publications.


Submissions Under Review

Lahham, D. & Green, C. D. John Wallace Baird: The First Canadian President of the American Psychological Association. (journal)


Videos

Green, C. D. (Producer/Writer/Director) (2009d). Where did experimental psychology come from? [video lecture] 5 min. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P81vx75JEaA

Green, C. D. (Producer/Writer/Director) (2009e). What was American Functionalist Psychology? [video lecture] 7 min. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOyuoeeV7VU

Green, C. D. (Producer/Writer/Director) (2007b). A school of their own: The history of American functionalist psychology. [Video documentary] 59 min.(at Google Video.)

Green, C. D. (Producer/Writer/Director). (2005).Toward a school of their own: The prehistory of American functionalist psychology [Video documentary]. 65 min. (at Google Video.)

Green, C. D. (Producer/Writer/Director). (2006). Evolutionary theory. [Video documentary] 8 min.

Green, C. D. (Producer/Writer/Director). (2006). Early reaction time studies. [Video documentary] 6 min. (at YouTube).

Green, C. D. (Producer/Writer/Director). (2003). An academy in crisis: The hiring of James Mark Baldwin and James Gibson Hume at the University of Toronto in 1889. (40 min.) [Click here for "trailer": high bandwidth (cable, DSL) -- low bandwidth (dial-up). For the full documentary click here for the version on the York U. server (higher bandwidth/quality)or here for the version on Google Video (lower bandwidth/quality) )]


Reviews, Commentaries, & Other Publications

Green, C. D. (2010b). Review of The Cattell Controversy by William Tucker. Isis, 101, 246-247.

Green, C. D. (2008b, Dec 17). Jim Rice, the Hall of Fame, and the numbers. Invited "Designated Hitter" column at the Baseball Analysts website: http://baseballanalysts.com/archives/2008/12/jim_rice_the_ha.php

Green, C. D. (2008a). Review of A History of Modern Experimental Psychology: From James and Wundt to Cognitive Science by George Mandler. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 44, 286-288.

Green, C. D. (2006). RetroReview of John B. Watson's "Psychology as the behaviorist views it." The General Psychologist, 41 (1).

Green, C. D. (2005). Introduction to "RetroReviews: History you can use." General Psychologist, 40 (1), 13.

Green, C. D. (2005). Review of Robert L. Martensen's The brain takes shape: An early history. New England Journal of Medicine, 352, 845-846.

Green, C. D. (2005). How to have one's cake and eat it too: The story of the "Classics in the History of Psychology" website. Psychology Teacher Network.

Green, C. D. (2004). Where is Kuhn going? [A comment on Driver-Linn, E. (2003). Where is psychology going?: Structural fault lines revealed by psychologists' use of Kuhn. American Psychologist, 58, 269-278.], American Psychologist, 59, 271-272. (peer-reviewed)

Green, C. D. (2004, fall). Lost in the jungles of the electronic age: Discoveries and inventions. Newsletter of the Society for the Teaching of Psychology, p. 11.

Green, C. D. (2004). Review of Georgina Ferry's A Computer Called Leo: Lyon's Teashops and the World's First Office Computer. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 35, 226-227.

Green, C. D. (2004). On (not) trimming one's toenails with a bazooka [Comment on Adair & Vohra (2003). The explosion of knowledge, references, and citations. American Psychologist, 58, 15-23.] American Psychologist, 59, 51. (peer-reviewed)

Green, C. D. (2003). Review of Arthur I. Miller's Insights of genius: Imagery and creativity in science and art. Isis, 94, 748-749.

Green, C. D. (2003). Electronic resources in the history of psychology. Svensk Neuropsykologi, Nos. 304, 28-29.

Green, C. D. (2002). Comment on Chow's "Issues in statistical inference". History & Philosophy of Psychology Bulletin, 14 (1), 42-46.

Green, C. D. (2002). Review of Benjamin Woolley's The bride of science: Romance, reason, and Byron's daughter. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 38, 96-97.

Green, C. D. (2001). Review of J. Bourne Taylor & S. Shuttleworth's (Eds.), Embodied selves: An anthology of psychological texts 1830-1890. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, 10, 337-338.

Green, C. D. (2001). Review of Jerry Fodor's In critical condition. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 37, 405-407.

Green, C. D. (2001). Operationism again: What did Bridgman say? What did Bridgman need? Theory and Psychology, 11, 45-51.

Green, C. D. (2000). Review of John Sutton's Philosophy and memory traces: Descartes to connectionism. International Studies in the Philosophy of Science, 14, 329-333.

Green, C. D. (2000). Review of T. K. Johansen's Aristotle on the sense-organs. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 36, 272-273.

Green, C.D. (2000). Dispelling the "mystery" of computational cognitive science. History of Psychology, 3, 62-66. (peer-reviewed)

Green, C. D. (2000). [10 replies to commentaries by various authors on " Is AI the right method for cognitive science?"] Psycoloquy, 11. (See commentary/response threads at http://psycprints.ecs.soton.ac.uk/archive/00000061/.)

Green, C. D. (1999). Review of Cognitive science: An introduction by David W. Green & others (Blackwell, 1996). Minds and Machines, 9, 437-443.

Green, C. D. (1998). [14 replies to commentaries by various authors on "Are connectionist models theories of cognition?"] Psycoloquy, 9. (See commentary/response threads at http://psycprints.ecs.soton.ac.uk/archive/00000553/.)

Green, C. D. (1997). History, philosophy, morality: A brief reply to my critics. History and Philosophy of Psychology Bulletin, 9 (2).

Green, C. D. (1996). The uses and abuses of history and philosophy of psychology. History and Philosophy of Psychology Bulletin, 8 (2), 20-24.

Green, C. D. (1995). Logic of abstract theory confirmation or logic of scientific practice? New Ideas in Psychology, 13, 223-228.

Green, C. D. (1994). Fighting the good fight: A review of Andy Clark's Associative engines: Connectionism, concepts, and representational change. Canadian Artificial Intelligence, No. 35, 33-36.

Green, C. D. (1994). Psychology and epistemology: Explanation and exclamation. History and Philosophy of Psychology Bulletin, 6, 4-8.

Green, C. D. (1992). Mood and emotion are not the same. Psycoloquy.

Green, C. D. (1992). Is unified positivism the answer to psychology's disunity? American Psychologist, 47, 1057-1058. (peer-reviewed).

Green, C. D. & Powell, R. (1990). Comment on Kimble's generalism. American Psychologist, 45, 556-557. (peer-reviewed).


Internet Web Sites, Web Documents, & Podcasts

Burman, J. T., Young, J. & Green, C. D. (2007-present). Advances in the History of Psychology. Blog reporting on news and events in the discipline.

Green, C. D. (2006-2007). This Week in the History of Psychology. 30 weekly half-hour podcasts, featuring interviews with leading historians of psychology on significant topics within the discipline. http://www.yorku.ca/christo/podcasts/

Green, C. D. (2003). Will the real James Mark Baldwin stand up?: A comment on Griffiths (2001). PhilSci Archive, ID code: 1250. http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/archive/00001250/

Green, C. D. (2002). Was Babbage's Analytical Engine an instrument of psychological research?. HTP Prints, document number 52. (Originally delvered at the Workshop on Instrumentalisation in Psychological Research, 14-16 February 2002, held at the Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, organized by Mitchell G. Ash, Paul B. Baltes, and Thomas Sturm.

Green, C. D. (2002). What have you done for us lately: A correction. CogPrints. http://cogprints.soton.ac.uk/documents/disk0/00/00/20/91/index.html. (Also at http://www.yorku.ca/christo/papers/innate-addendum.htm).

Green, C. D. (2002). The thoroughly modern Aristotle: An addendum. HTP Prints. http://htpprints.yorku.ca/ Document no. 57. (Also at http://www.yorku.ca/christo/papers/Aristotle-addendum.htm).

Green, C. D. & Groff, P. R. (2001). Auditory implicit learning, and its transfer to and from visual implicit learning. CogPrints. (Original manuscript written 1996)

Green, C. D. & Munro, E. (2001). Implicit learning of spatial sequences. CogPrints. (Original manuscript written 1995)

Green, C. D. (2001). Introduction to Section III: The founding of the associations. Institutions of early experimental psychology: laboratories, courses, journals, and associations. In C. D. Green (Ed.), Classics in the History of Psychology Special Collections.

Green, C. D. (2000). Introduction to Section II: The founding of the journals. Institutions of early experimental psychology: laboratories, courses, journals, and associations. In C. D. Green (Ed.), Classics in the History of Psychology Special Collections.

Green, C. D. (2000). Introduction to Section I: The founding of laboratories and courses. Institutions of early experimental psychology: laboratories, courses, journals, and associations. In C. D. Green (Ed.), Classics in the History of Psychology Special Collections.

Green, C. D. (Ed.) (2000). Institutions of early experimental psychology: laboratories, courses, journals, and associations. In C. D. Green (Ed.), Classics in the History of Psychology Special Collections.

Green, C. D. (2000). Introduction to A.H. Abbott's "Experimental psychology and the laboratory in Toronto". In C.D. Green (Ed.), Classics in the History of Psychology.

Green, C. D. (Trans.) (2000). The experimental psychology laboratory at the University of Madison. English translation of M. Henry De Varigny's (1894) "Le laboratoire de psychologie expérimentale de l'Université de Madison". In C.D. Green (Ed.), Classics in the History of Psychology.

Green, C. D. (Trans.) (2000). Remarks on the seat of the faculty of articulated language, following an observation of aphemia (loss of speech). English Translation of Paul Broca's (1861) "Remarques sur le siége de la faculté du langage articulé, suivies d'une observations d'aphémie (perte de la parole)". In C.D. Green (Ed.), Classics in the history of psychology.

Green, C. D. (2000). Introduction to Menabrea/Lovelace's (1842/1843) "Sketch of the analytical engine invented by Charles Babbage, Esq.; with notes by the translator". In C.D. Green (Ed.), Classics in the history of psychology).

Green, C. D. (Trans.) (1999). Loss of speech, chronic softening and partial destruction of the anterior left lobe of the brain. English Translation of Paul Broca's (1861) "Perte de la parole, ramollissement chronique et destruction partielle du lobe antérieur gauche du cerveau.". In C.D. Green (Ed.), Classics in the history of psychology.

Green, C. D. (1998). Glossing the body electric: A review of web resources for historians of psychology.

Green, C. D. (Ed.) (1997-present). Classics in the history of psychology.

Green, C. D. (1997). Introduction to J.B. Watson's "Psychology as the behaviorist views it". In C.D. Green (Ed.), Classics in the history of psychology.

Green, C. D. (1997). Introduction to K. Koffka's "Perception: An introduction to Gestalt-theorie". In C.D. Green (Ed.), Classics in the history of psychology.


Invited Presentations

Green, C. D. (2011, June). How to teach a graduate seminar in history of psychology without having to mark terms papers over the holidays. Paper presented at the annual conference of Cheiron: The International Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Sciences, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB.

Green, C. D. (2011, March). The psychology of the golden section. Comments presented in a Café Scientifique sponsored by the Ontario Science Centre on the topic "Is there a formula for beauty?" Toronto, ON.

Green, C. D. (2010, November). Coleman Griffith: "Father" of North American sport psychology? Invited lecture presented at the Center for the History of Psychology, University of Akron, OH.

Green, C. D. (2010, October). James Mark Baldwin, organic selection, and the Baldwin effect. Invited address at the conference: "Organism-environment InteractionÑPast, Present, and Future" (An off-year workshop of the International Society for the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology.) London, ON.

Green, C. D. (2010, August). James Mark Baldwin, organic selection, and the Baldwin effect. Wallace Russell Memorial Lecture to be presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, San Diego, CA.

Green, C. D. (2010, May). The models of the modern university president-psychologist: G. Stanley Hall and James R. Angell. Invited address in D. Baker (Chair), Psychological Scientists as Academic Leaders: Perspectives Past and Present. Symposium presented at the annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA.

Green, C. D. (2010, April). Coleman Griffith: "Father" of North American sport psychology? Invited lecture presented at Collin College, Dallas, TX.

Green, C. D. (2010, April). 140 years of psychology trying to capitalize on evolutionary theory. Invited address presented at Collin College, Dallas, TX.

Green, C. D. (2010, April). Coleman Griffith: "Father" of North American sport psychology? Invited lecture presented at Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.

Green, C. D. (2010, April). 140 years of psychology trying to capitalize on evolutionary theory. Invited address presented Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

Green, C. D. (2010, March). 140 years of psychology trying to capitalize on evolutionary theory. Invited address delivered at annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Brooklyn, NY.

Green, C. D. (2010, January). How to get famous on other peopleÕs work: The TWITHOP podcast series. Lecture and discussion delivered electronically, simultaneously to Mississippi State University, Meridian and to University Central Missouri State, Warrensburg.

Green, C. D. (2009f, October). Will the real Darwin please stand up?: PsychologyÕs Century of Trying to Capitalize on Evolutionary Theory. Invited address at the conference ÒGalileoÕs Legacy,Ó Missouri Western State University, St. Joseph, MO.

Green, C. D. (2009g, October). PsychologyÕs ongoing love affair with evolutionary theory. Keynote address at the Boulder Conference on the History and Philosophy of Science. Boulder CO.

Green, C. D. (2009h, August). The state of the discipline of history of psychology. Presidential address for the Society for the History of Psychology (Division 26) presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, ON.

Green, C. D. (2008b, June). [Led discussion of "Darwin" exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum.] Annual meeting of Cheiron: The International Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Sciences. Toronto, ON.

Green, C. D. (2008c, May). Comment on Michael Pettit's "Deception, Objectivity, and the Character of Experiments in Early Twentieth-Century Psychology." Presented at the conference entitled "Reclaiming the World: The Future of Objectivity." Toronto, ON.

Green, C. D. (2007, August). Revenge of the MP3 Player: Podcasting for the Classroom. In M. Kite (Chair), Technology in the Classroom: Issue and innovations. Plenary session to be held at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Green, C. D. (2007, August). [Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences representative]. In A. Rutherford (Chair), How to Become a Psychologist-Historian: A Beginner’s Guide. Panel discussion to be held at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Green, C. D. (2007, June). [Representative of the Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences] In J. Capshew (Chair), Editor’s Roundtable. Symposium held at the joint meeting of The International Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Sciences and the European Society for the History of the Human Sciences. University College Dublin, Ireland.

Green, D. C. (2007, May). Historical research tools. In Deborah Johnson (Chair), Working in the field of history of psychology. Symposium held at the annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, DC.

Green, C. D. (2006, January). Academy in crisis: The hiring of James Mark Baldwin and James Gibson Hume at the University of Toronto in 1889. Video documentary presented at the Colloquium of the Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto (Note: Also shown at four previous conferences.)

Green, C. D. (2005, December). The curious rise and fall of experimental psychology in Mind. Keynote address at The Mind project: Intersections of philosophy, human science, & humanities in the journal Mind, 1876-1920. Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg, VA.

Green, C. D. (2005, August). Honoring Raymond E. Fancher on the occasion of his retirement. Symposium conducted at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Green, C. D. (2004, August). Planning for future web conferences on the history of psychology. Conversation hour held at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Green, C. D. (2004, January). Interdisciplinarity and cognitive science. Interdisciplinary Symposium on the Mind. University of Toronto.

Green, C. D. (2003, August). The new meaning of "archive." In R. W. Rieber (Chair), Rise and Importance of Archives and Oral History in Psychology. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Toronto.

Green, C. D. (2002, November). Stalking the wild e-print: A scout's impressions of Publicatia Incognita. In W. W. Balthrop (Chair), Free the Bound Periodicals! Electronic Options for NCA. NCA President's Panel conducted at the annual convention of the National Communications Association. New Orleans.

Green, C. D. (2002, June). The origins of the medieval localization of mental faculties in the ventricles. In L. Harris (Chair), History of Neuropsychology. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of Theoretical and Experimental Neuropsychologie / Neuropsychologie Expérimentale et Theorique (TENNET), Montréal.

Green, C. D. (2002, May). The internet and scholarly publishing. Presented to Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Research In Progress Seminar 2002: The Internet and the History of Mental Health and Addiction, Toronto.

Green, C. D. (2002, February). Was Charles Babbage's analytical engine an instrument of psychological research? Presentation to the "Instrumentalisation in Psychological Research" workshop of the Psychological Thought and Practice Research Group, Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Germany.

Green, C. D. (2000, August). Electronic media and the future of the history of psychology. Presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Green, C. D. (1996, January). Connectionism, cause, and psychological explanation. Presentation to the Colloquium Series of the Department of Psychology, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario.

Green, C. D. & Vervaeke, J. (1993, December). Thinking metaphorically: A critique of Lakoff and Johnson. Presentation to the Toronto Semiotics Circle, Toronto, Ontario.

Green, C. D. (1992, October). LOGINET: A computer program that learns to reason. Presentation to the Toronto Semiotics Circle, Toronto, Ontario.


Conference Presentations, Symposia, & Posters

Green, C. D. (2011, August). Zombie statistics and psychical powers: The deleterious cognitive impact of NHST. In A. Tjeltveit & A. Mundis (Co-chairs), Practical philosophies of science that acknowledge the personal: Addressing emotional, cognitive, ethical, and financial biases and contributions. Symposium conducted at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Green, C. D. (2011, June). The varieties of digital experience. Or, computational history goes mental. Paper presented at the annual conference of Cheiron: The International Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Sciences, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB.

Lahham, D. & Green, C. D. (2011, June). The first Canadian President of the American Psychological Association. Paper presented at the annual convention of the Canadian Psychological Association. Toronto, ON

Green, C. D. (2011, April). James Mark BaldwinÕs "organic selection" and the US immigration crisis of the late 19th century. Paper presented at the meeting of the History & Philosophy of Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society, Oxford, UK.

Green, C. D. (2009, June). E. B. Titchener and the new history of objectivity. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Cheiron: The International Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

Green, C. D. (2008d, November). The mind in the urban jungle: Chicago’s psychology in the 1890s. In A. Rutherford (Chair), Spaces and places in the history of American social science. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of the History of Science Society, Pittsburgh, PA.

Green, C. D. (2008e, August). Listservs, podcasts, wikis, blogs: Four horsemen of the Gutenberg apocalypse. In B. Beins (Chair), Scholarly publication in the 21st century: Expanding outlets for dissemination. Symposium conducted at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Green, C. D. (2008f, March). Mind over batter: The Cubs and the “headshrinker” in the early 1930s. Paper presented at the annual conference Nine: Conference on the Historical and Sociological Impact of Baseball. Tucson AZ.

Green, C. D. (2007, November). Why Ada? The reasons Lady Lovelace was chosen to translate Menabrea’s article about Babbage’s Analytical Engine. Paper presented at the annual conference of the History of Science Society, Washington DC.

Green, C. D. (2007, August). A school of their own: The history of American functionalist psychology. Video documentary to be presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Green, C. D. (2007, June). Podcasting for the classroom: “This week in the history of psychology." Paper presented at the joint meeting of The International Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Sciences and the European Society for the History of the Human Sciences. University College Dublin, Ireland.

Green, C. D. (2007, April). The curious rise and fall of experimental psychology in Mind. Paper presented at the conference of the History & Philosophy of Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society, Oxford, UK.

Green, C. D. (2006, November). What was the historical impact on experimental psychology of Johns Hopkins University offering its professorship in philosophy to G.S. Hall rather than C. S. Peirce in 1883? Paper to be presented at the annual conference of the History of Science Society, Vancouver, BC.

Green, C. D. (2006, June). Why Stanford didn't become a hotbed of American Functionalism. Paper presented at the annual conference of The International Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Science. Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY.

Green, C. D. (2006, May). What difference would it have made to the history of psychology if the Johns Hopkins Philosophy Department had not imploded in the mid-1880s? Paper presented in Anjan Chakravartty (Chair), Paths not taken: Inevitability, contingency, and thought experiments in the history of science. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of the Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science, Toronto, ON.

Green, C. D. (2005, August). Toward a school of their own: The prehistory of American functionalist psychology. Video documentary presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Green, C. D. (2005, August). Pablum Point: Creative electronic alternatives in the classroom. Paper presented in D. Dewsbury (Chair), Experiences with Power Point in teaching the history of psychology. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Green, C. D. (2005, June). Coleman Griffith: "Adopted" father of sport psychology. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Cheiron: The International Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Science, Berkeley, CA

Green, C. D. (2004, August). Academy in crisis: The hiring of James Mark Baldwin and James Gibson Hume at the University of Toronto in 1889. Video documentary presented at the quadrennial joint meeting of the History of Science Society, British Society for the History of Science, and Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Psychology, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Green, C. D. (2004, July). The Multimedia Academic Research Complex In and Out of the Classroom. Paper presented in S. A. Truhon (Chair), The Use of Electronic Media in Teaching Psychology. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Green, C. D. (2004, June). So you want to produce an historical video documentary? Workshop presented at the annual meeting of Cheiron: The International Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Science, Akron, OH.

Green, C. D. (2004, June). Academy in crisis: The hiring of James Mark Baldwin and James Gibson Hume at the University of Toronto in 1889. Video documentary presented at the meeting of Cheiron: The International Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Science, Akron, OH.

Green, C. D. (2003, August). Academy in crisis: The hiring of James Mark Baldwin and James Gibson Hume at the University of Toronto in 1889. Video documentary presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association. Toronto.

Green, C. D. (2003, June). Academy in crisis: The hiring of James Mark Baldwin and James Gibson Hume at the University of Toronto in 1889. Video documentary presented at the annual convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Hamilton, Ontario.

Green, C. D. (2002, August). Psychology strikes out: Coleman Griffith and the Chicago Cubs. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Chicago.

Green, C. D. (2001, August). Electronic publication for history and philosophy of psychology. Conversation hour at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Green, C. D. (2001, August). Teaching the history of psychology: Infusing the curriculum. Conversation hour at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Green, C. D. (2001, June). Toronto's "other" original APA member: James Gibson Hume. Paper presented at the conference of the History and Philosophy of Psychology Section of the Canadian Psychological Association, Calgary, Alberta.

Green, C. D. (2000, August). Using electronic media for teaching and studying history of psychology. Conversation hour at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Green, C. D. (2000, May). Ada Lovelace, Charles Babbage, and the impact of social class. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science, University of Alberta, Edmonton.

Green, C. D. (1999, August). Charles Babbage, the analytical engine, and cognitive science. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Green, C. D. (1999, June). The "genius" of Ada Lovelace. Paper presented in C. D. Green & T. Teo (Chairs), Studies from the History & Theory of Psychology Option at York University. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of the Canadian Psychological Association, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Green, C. D. (1997, September). The thoroughly modern Aristotle: Was he really a functionalist? Paper presented at Aristotle and Contemporary Science: International Conference, Thessaloniki, Greece.

Green, C. D. & Schmider, M. (1997, August). The MUSINET project: A computer program that identifies musical style. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois.

Kennedy, J. M. & Green, C. D. (1997, July). Inference and pattern in perception theory. Poster presented at the Ninth International Conference on Perception and Action. Toronto. (Published in M. A. Schmuckler & J. M. Kennedy (Eds.), ICPA9 Poster Book. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.)

Green, C. D. (1997, June). Mental causation and connectionism. Paper presented at the 1997 conference of the Canadian Psychological Association. Toronto.

Teeäär, A., Hewitt, E. C., & Green, C. D.. (1997, June). Context-specificity in moral justifications: The preference ratings and response times. Poster presented at the 1997 conference of the Canadian Psychological Association, Toronto.

Green, C. D. (1997, May). What sort of theory is a computational model of cognition? Paper presented at the biennial conference of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology. Berlin, Germany.

Green, C. D. & Groff, P. (1996, August). Auditory and cross-modal implicit learning. Paper presented at the International Congress of Psychology, Montréal, Québec.

Green, C. D. & Groff, P. (1996, August). Implicit learning vs. implicit memory. Paper presented at the International Congress of Psychology, Montréal, Québec.

Groff, P. & Green, C. D. (1996, August). Spatial implicit learning. Paper presented at the International Congress of Psychology, Montréal, Québec.

Teeäär, A. Green, C. D., & Hewitt, E. C. (1996, August). Context-specificity in moral justifications: The decision times. Poster presented at the International Congress of Psychology, Montréal, Québec.

Green, C. D. (1996, August). Was Aristotle really a functionalist? In C. D. Green (Chair), Functionalism in the Ancient world. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario.

Green, C. D. & Vervaeke, J. (1996, August). Fusion, protolanguage, and pictures. In J. M. Kennedy (Chair), Realism and rhetoric in pictorial representation. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario.

Green, C. D. (1996, May). Heraclitus' account of the psyche. In C. D. Green (Chair), Symposium on pre-Socratic psychology. Symposium conducted at conference of Section 25 (History and Philosophy of Psychology) of the Canadian Psychological Association, Brock University, St. Catherines, Ontario.

Green, C. D. (1995, August). Foucault and folk psychology. In C. D. Green (Chair), Postmodernism and cognitive science. Organizer and chair of symposium conducted at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, New York, New York.

Green, C. D. (1995, August). The power hour: Maybe psychotherapy is social control after all. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, New York, New York.

Vervaeke, J. & Green, C. D. (1995, August). Connectionism and its discontents: Of eliminativism and cognitive explanation. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, New York, New York.

Green, C. D. (1995, June). Explaining cause or causing explantion: A problem for minds. Paper presented at the annual conference of Cheiron: The International Society for the History of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine.

Green, C. D. & Groff, P. R. (1995, June). (Not) Confirming horserace models of word naming. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Psychological Association, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

Teeäär, A. & Green, C. D. (1995, June). Context-sensitivity in moral reasoning. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Psychological Association, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

Green, C. D. & Vervaeke, J. (1995, May). Mental causation, psychological explanation, and connectionism. Paper presentated at the annual conference of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology, Ottawa, Ontario.

Green, C. D. (1994, June). The history of Foucault's historiography. In C. D. Green (Chair), Symposium on post-modernism and the history of psychology. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of Cheiron: The International Society for the History of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Montréal, Québec.

Green, C. D. (1993, July). LOGINET: A connectionist network that learns deduction. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Society for Brain, Behavior, and Cognitive Science, Toronto, Ontario.

Vervaeke, J., Green, C. D., & Kennedy, J. M. (1993, May). Women, fire, and dangerous theories. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Psychological Association. Montréal, Québec.

Green, C. D. & Vervaeke, J. (1992, August). Pictorial metaphor. Paper presentated at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association. Washington, D.C.

Green, C. D. (1990, June). The etiology and treatment of schizodemia. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Psychological Association. Ottawa, Ontario.


Interviews & Citations in the Popular Media

"One on one... with Christopher Green." The Psychologist, 23, 1024. (Longer version on-line at: http://www.thepsychologist.org.uk/archive/archive_home.cfm?volumeID=23&editionID=195&ArticleID=1769.

Interviewed by Clay Rains of Griffon News about lecture given at Missouri Western State University (October, 2009).

Interviewed by Josh Knelman for Toronto Globe & Mail feature on Donald Hebb’s alleged involvement with the CIA.

Interviewed by Rebecca Clay for a gradPSYCH article on electronic technologies in the classroom (May 2007)

Featured in Y-file for podcast series "This Week in the History of Psychology" (July 2006)

Quoted in New York Sun article “Who is a New York psychologist?” (7 July 2006)

Consulted by Sarah Sharp of the Discovery Channel show, "Daily Planet," about the life of "Little Albert" after participation in Watson & Rayner's (1920) conditioned emotion study. (July 2006)

Interviewed by Erika Packard (APA Monitor) about 40th anniversary of the Archives of the History of American Psychology (March 2006)

Interviewed via e-mail by Scott LaFee (San Diego Union-Tribune) about the history of abnormal psychology at the centennial of the Journal of Abnormal Psychology (Feb 2006).

Invited to write answer to question "What's Wrong with Canadian Universities?" for Entrepôt (Canadian magazine for university students)

Interviewed by Lawrence Nyveen for article in Reader's Digest Canada about the origin of the phrase "rat race," February, 2003.

Interviewed by Robert Epstein on web-radio talk show "Psychology Today Live," 3 July 2001 about my "Classics in the History of Psychology" web site.

Interviewed by Lev Grossman for his article "What Ada knew: Was Byron's daughter the first computer programmer," Lingua Franca, Oct. 1998, pp. 62-69 (cited on p. 67)


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