Association for Psychological Science

Kelley, K., Woodbury, R., Rouhana, J., Newell, J., Graff, E. & Lapsley, D. (2018). Dysfunctional individuation predicts spiritual and religious struggle in emerging adults. APS, San Francisco.

Stey, P., McKeever, M. & Lapsley, D. (2012) The moral faculty and emotions: Age differences in applying and justifying three principles of harm. APS, Chicago.

Hass, N., Stey, P. & Lapsley, D. (2012). Individuation moderates the relationship between social anxiety and adaptation in late adolescence. APS, Chicago

Reilly, E., Stey, P. & Lapsley, D. (2012) Dysfunctional individuation mediates the relationship between attachment styles and disordered eating. APS, Chicago

McKeever, M., Stey, P., Hang, G., Vittori, C., & Lapsley, D. (2012) Dysfunctional individuation mediates the relationship between family intrusiveness and adaptation in adolescence. APS, Chicago

Hill, P., Lapsley, D., Brandenberer, J., & Burrow, A. (2008). Adolescent value orientation predicts adult generativity and well-being. APS, Chicago

Hill, P., Lapsley,D. & Rodts, L. (2008). Adolescent invulnerability, optimism bias and risk attitudes across domains. APS, Chicago

American Educational Research Association (AERA)

Lapsley, D. & Chaloner, D. (2018) The Virtuous Scientist Project: Intellectual virtues, epistemic reasoning and science identity. Symposium (Educational Responses to a Post-Truth World, C. Chenn & S. Barzilai, Organizers). AERA, New York.

Lapsley, D. (2008). On the emergent field of Catholic education. Keynote address to the unaffiliated meeting on "Building a Field of Catholic Education", AERA, New  York.

Finch,H., Lapsley, D. & Baker-Boudissa, M. (2008). Predictors of student mobility and retention in charter schools: 2003-2006. AERA, New York.

Association for Moral Education (AME)

Brandenberer, J., Lapsley, D., Hill, P. & Bowman, N. (2009). Moral purpose and beyond: A longitudinal study. AME, Utrecht.

Lapsley,D., Hill, P., Nawrocki, L. & Stey, P. (2009). A Q-sort assessment of moral identity. AME, Utrecht.

Hill, P.,et al. (2007). The psychological well-being of "seeking" and "achieving" purpose in adulthood. AME, New York.

Hill, P. et al. (2007). Integrity, generativity and values: An examination of the Integrity Scale. AME, New York

Lapsley, D., et al. (2007). Purpose and well-being in adulthood. AME, New York.

Jean Piaget Society

Lapsley, D. (2007). The social cognitive development of moral character. JPS, Amsterdam.

Lapsley, D. (2005). The moral self and its discontents. JPS, Vancouver.

Society for Research on Adolescence (SRA)

Guerra, R., Stey, P., Lapsley, D. (2014). Differentiation of self, splitting and dysfunctional individuation in emerging adulthood. SRA, Austin TX

McDonough, C., Stey, P. & Lapsley, D. (2014). The construct validity of dysfunctional individuation in emerging adulthood. SRA, Austin, TX.

Rague, L., Stey, P. & Lapsley, D. (2014). Dysfunctional individuation and identity processes in emerging adulthood. SRA, Austin, TX.

Ball, C., Lapsley, D., Stey, P. & Hill, Pl. (2012). The moral identity Q-sort and prosocial behavior in emerging adulthood. SRA, Vancouver, BC

Lapsley, D., & Stey, P. (2012). Dysfunctional individuation in early and late adolescence: SRA, Vancouver, BC

Cavanagh, A., Hill, P., Stey, P. & Lapsley, D. (2010). Dysfunctional separation-individuation and adaptation in emerging adulthood: Tests of mediational hypotheses. SRA, Philadelphia

Sabaka, S., Lapsley, D., Hill, P. & Stey, P. (2010). Dysfunctional separation-individuation in young adolescents. SRA, Philadelphia

Hill, P., Gadbois, S. & Lapsley, D. (2008). Personal fable ideation moderates risk and adjustment outcomes in emergent adulthood. SRA, Chicago

Lapsley, D., Early, M., & Dumford, N. (2006). Adolescent narcissism and the double edge of risk and adaptation. SRA, San Francisco.

Lapsley, D. & Horton, M. (2002). The construct validity of separation-individuation (PATHSEP). SRA, New Orleans

Duggan, P., Lapsley,D. & Norman, K. (2000). Adolescent invulnerability and personal uniqueness: Scale development and initial construct validity, SRA, Chicago.

Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD)

Lapsley, D. (2011). Discussant: Shifting interactions between the personal and moral domain through development. SRCD, Montreal

Renteria, A., Stey, P., & Lapsley, D. (2011). The Subjective Omnipotence Scale: A new measure of normal adolescent narcissism. SRCD, Montreal.

Stey, P., Lapsley, D., & Renteria, A. (2011). The narcissism of personal uniqueness: A new measure of normal adolescent narcissism. SRCD, Montreal

Lapsley, D., Aalsma, M. & Halpern-Felsher, B. (2005). Invulnerability and risk behavior in early adolescence. SRCD, Atlanta.

Lapsley, D. & Duggan, P. (2001). The Adolescent Invulnerability Scale: Factor Structure and construct validity. SRCD, Minneapolis. 

Midwestern Psychological Association

Newell, J., Porter, N. & Lapsley. D. (2018) Diverging conceptions of personal uniqueness. MPA, Chicago.

Stey, P., Renteria, A., Hang, G. & Lapsley, D. (2011). Narcissistic omnipotence and uniqueness: Promsing measures of the narcissism phenotype. MPA, Chicago.

Jimenez, J., Nawrocki, L., HIll, P., & Lapsley, D. (2008) Assessing moral identity: Development and validation of a moral identity Q-sort. MPA, Chicago

Noggle, C.C., Dumford, N. & Lapsley, D. (2005). Dysfunctional separation-individuation n early adolescence. MPA, Chicago.

Other Academic Conferences

Kelley, K., Woodbury, R., Rouhana, J., Newell, J., Graff, E. & Lapsley, D. (2018) Dysfunctional individuation predicts spiritual and religious struggle in emerging adulthood. Meeting of the Society for the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality (APA Division 36), UC-Riverside.

Lapsley, D. (2012). Cultivating virtue: The development of the moral personality. American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, Seattle

Lapsley, D. & Narvaez, D. (2012). Teaching for character:Three or four strategies for teacher education. American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Chicago.

Lapsley, D. (2011). Landmarks of moral formation in early childhood. Keynote to the Conferece on Infant and Toddler Mental Health. Indianapolis.

Lapsley,D. & Hill, P. (2008). Invulnerability, optimism bias and risk behavior in late adolecence. European Adolescent Research Association, Turin.

Hill, P., Drackett, J. & Lapsley, D. (2008). Do optimistic evaluations of one's skills predict positive life outcomes? Conference on Human Development, Indianapolis.

Lapsley, D. (2006). Moral self, flourishing and competence: Developmental relational science and the future of childhood studies. Rutgers University-Camden.