2022

Interview on “Liberi oltre le illusioni – STEM” [in Italian]
Il lato oscuro delle (neuro)scienze – I problemi della statistica
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Roundtable on Luca Ricolfi and Paola Mastrocola’s book “Manifesto del libero pensiero”, Università dell’Insubria [in Italian]
Libertà di pensiero e “follemente corretto”
Link to video

2021

Interview on “Liberi oltre le illusioni – STEM” [in Italian]
Cosa ci rende ciò che siamo?
Link to video

2021

Interview on “Liberi oltre le illusioni – STEM” [in Italian]
Personalità: scienza, modelli e misteri
Link to video

Interview on “Liberi oltre le illusioni – STEM” [in Italian]
Le differenze di genere: cosa sappiamo e cosa no
Link to video

Webinar – Scuola Bolognese di Psicoterapia Cognitiva [in Italian]
Sistemi motivazionali, emozioni e personalità: Nuove prospettive evoluzionistiche
Link to video

Interview on “Il pub del lunedì sera”
To think or not to think: Are we born this way? (with Russell T. Warne)
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2020

HBES Roundtable
Life History Theory as applied to inter-individual variation
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Interview by Ricardo Lopes – The Dissenter
The evolutionary psychology of gender differences
Link to video: Part 1, Part 2

Talk – Fralin Biomedical Institute, Virginia Tech
Evolutionary psychopathology: An integrative approach to mental disorders
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Interview on “Il pub del lunedì sera” [in Italian]
La scienza delle differenze di genere: Sessista o femminista?
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2019

Interview by Ricardo Lopes – The Dissenter
Evolutionary psychopathology, attachment, and life history
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Talk – 3rd EPSIG symposium, Royal College of Psychiatrists, London
Form follows (dys)function: An evolutionary model of the structure of psychopathology
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2018

Talk – Zombie Apocalypse Medicine Meeting, ASU
Brains bite back: Neuroendocrine countermeasures to parasite manipulation
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2017

Talk – Center for Behavior, Evolution, and Culture, UCLA
A unifying framework for evolutionary psychopathology
Link to video

Webinar – Maternal and Child Health Life Course Research Network
Middle childhood: An evolutionary-developmental synthesis
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2016

Webinar – Maternal and Child Health Life Course Research Network
Rethinking the role of stress in development: Emerging evolutionary perspectives
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