Curriculum Vitae

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Darcia Narvaez                                      Curriculum Vitae, August 2019

Professor of Psychology

University of Notre Dame

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Address:                                                                                                   Home:

362 Corbett Family Hall                                                                              5322 Brookdale Drive

University of Notre Dame                                                                            South Bend, IN 46637

Notre Dame, IN 46556 USA                                                                       Phone: 574-243-7874

Phone: 574-631-7835; FAX: 574-631-8883                                                   dnarvaez@nd.edu

Website: http://www.nd.edu/~dnarvaez/                                 H-index: 53 (GS)* sometimes GS drops/collapses pubs

 

EDUCATION

 

University of Northern Colorado (Greeley, Colorado)                                            B.A. cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa Honors

Majors: Music and Spanish; Minor: Psychology

Luther Northwestern Seminary (St. Paul, Minnesota)                                                                         Master of Divinity, 1984

University of Minnesota (Minneapolis, Minnesota), Educational Psychology: Foundations                              Ph.D., 1993

                Minor: Cognitive Science

 

PRIMARY POSITIONS

 

Primary and Secondary Teacher (music), Brent School, Baguio City, Philippines                                               1977-1978

Primary and Secondary Teacher (music), Roseville, Minnesota                                                                             1978-1979

Organist, Peace Lutheran Church, Lauderdale, Minnesota                                                                                      1978-1995

Business Owner and Teacher, E-Span Language Services, St. Paul, Minnesota                                                1984-1987

Human Resource Developer, Minnesota Migrant Council, St. Paul, Minnesota                                                              1985

Program Coordinator, Hispanic Motivation Program,                                                                                                1985-1986

Hispanic Women’s Development Corporation (in cooperation with the

College of St. Catherine), St. Paul, Minnesota

Secondary Teacher (Spanish), The Blake School, Hopkins, Minnesota                                                                1986-1990

Center for the Study of Ethical Development, University of Minnesota

Research Assistant                                                                                                                                                    1989-1993

Research Associate                                                                                                                                                   1994-1995

Executive Associate                                                                                                                                                   1995-1997

Executive Director                                                                                                                                                      1997-2000

University of Minnesota College of Education and Human Development

Assistant Professor (non-regular)                                                                                                                            1993-1994

Assistant Professor of Teacher Education & Multicultural Education                                                                1994-1999

Associate Professor, Departments of Curriculum and Instruction and Educational Psychology                  1999-2000

University of Notre Dame

Associate Professor, Psychology                                                                                                                             2000-2012

Professor, Psychology                                                                                                                                          2012-present

Executive Fellow, College of Arts and Letters                                                                                                       2005-2006

Executive Director, Center for Ethical Education                                                                                                 2004-2008

Executive Director, Collaborative for Ethical Education                                                                                      2008-2013

Senior Assistant Provost for Faculty Affairs                                                                                          Jan 2013-June 2014

 

 

 

SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS, AFFILIATIONS

 

Student Associate, Center for Research in Learning, Perception & Cognition, U of MN                                  1990-1993

Faculty Affiliate, Center for Cognitive Sciences, U of MN                                                                                    1993-2010

Fellow, Institute for Educational Initiatives, University of Notre Dame                                                              2001-present

Fellow, NSF Advanced Training Institute: Research Center for Virtual Environments

and Behavior, University of California—Santa Barbara                                                                       August 2003

Carey Senior Fellow, Erasmus Institute, University of Notre Dame                                                             2003-2004

Project: “The Nature of Moral Character: Integrating Psychological Science

with Philosophical and Theological Perspectives”

Executive Fellow to the College of Arts and Letters, University of Notre Dame                                       2005-2006

Fellow, Center for Social Concerns, University of Notre Dame                                                                   2005-2007

Fellow, Collegium Helveticum, University of Zurich and ETH Zürich, Switzerland                                  summer 2009

Fellow, Institute for Educational Initiatives, University of Notre Dame                                                       2005-present

Fellow, Institute for Latino Studies, University of Notre Dame                                                                     2005-present

Fellow, John J. Reilly Center for Science, Technology and Values, University of Notre Dame             2006- present

Fellow, Kroc Institute for International Peace, University of Notre Dame                                                  2007-present

Fellow, Virtue, Happiness and the Meaning of Life Project, University of Chicago                                  2016-2018

Faculty Affiliate, Program for Interdisciplinary Educational Research (ND PIER)                                    2017-present

Faculty Affiliate, Areati Center on Virtues (Genoa)                                                                                        2018-present

 

DISTINCTIONS, HONORS, AWARDS SINCE 2000

 

Expanded Reason Award for book, Neurobiology and the Development of Human Morality ,                                  University Francisco de Vitoria and Vatican Foundation Joseph Ratzinger-Benedict XVI                              2017

Fellow, American Psychological Association, Division 8: Society for Personality and Social Psychology    2016

Fellow, American Psychological Association, Division 1: General                                                                                2016

Fellow, American Educational Research Association                                                                                                      2016

Book Award for Neurobiology and the Development of Human Morality                                                                      2016 American Educational Research Association, Moral Development and Education

William James Book Award for Neurobiology and the Development of Human Morality

American Psychological Association, Division 1                                                                                                2015

Fellow, American Psychological Association, Division 15: Educational Psychology                                                   2013

Book Award for Personality, Character and Identity: Explorations in Moral Psychology                                             2011 American Educational Research Association, Moral Development and Education

Book Award for Handbook of Moral and Character Education                                                                                        2009 American Educational Research Association, Moral Development and Education

Fellow, American Psychological Association, Division 3: Experimental                                                                        2008

Book Award for Moral Development, Self and Identity                                                                                                      2007 American Educational Research Association, Moral Development

Nominee, American Psychological Association Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contribution to Psychology                                                                                                                                                           2002

Tied for 11th place ranking for most productive educational psychologist in field from 1997-2001(according to alternative assessment in Contemporary Educational Psychology, vol. 29)

Ranked 13th most productive educational psychologist in field from 1997-2001 (according to assessment in Contemporary Educational Psychology, vol. 28)

Book Awards for Postconventional Moral Thinking,

American Educational Research Association, Moral Development and Education                                  2000

American Educational Research Association, Division I                                                                                2000

 

 

BOOKS

 

Snow, N., & Narvaez, D. (Eds.) (in press, 2019). Self, motivation and virtue: Interdisciplinary perspectives. New York: Routledge.

 

Deane-Drummond, C., Stapleford, T.A., & Narvaez, D. (2019). Practicing science: Virtues, values, and the good life. Notre Dame, IN: Center for Theology, Science and Human Flourishing.  Available at https://virtueandthepracticeofscience.pressbooks.com/

 

Narvaez, D., Four Arrows, Halton, E., Collier, B., Enderle, G. (Eds.) (2019). Indigenous Sustainable Wisdom: First Nation Know-how for Global Flourishing. New York: Peter Lang.

 

Narvaez, D. (Ed.)  (2018). Basic needs, wellbeing and morality: Fulfilling human potential. New York: Palgrave-MacMillan.

 

Narvaez, D. (2016). Embodied morality: Protectionism, engagement and imagination. New York, NY: Palgrave-Macmillan.

 

Narvaez, D., Braungart-Rieker, J., Miller, L., Gettler, L., & Hastings, P. (Eds.). (2016). Contexts for young child flourishing: Evolution, family and society. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

 

Annas, J., Narvaez, D., & Snow, N. (Eds.). (2016). Developing the virtues: Integrating perspectives. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

 

Narvaez, D. (2014). Neurobiology and the development of human morality: Evolution, culture and wisdom. New York, NY: W.W. Norton.

 

Narvaez, D., Valentino, K., McKenna, J., Fuentes, A., & Gray, P. (Eds.) (2014). Ancestral landscapes in human evolution: Culture, childrearing and social wellbeing. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

 

Nucci, L., Narvaez, D., & Krettenauer, T. (Eds.) (2014). Handbook of moral and character education (2nd Ed.). New York, NY: Routledge.

 

Narvaez, D., Panksepp, J., Schore, A., & Gleason, T. (Eds.) (2013). Evolution, early experience and human development: From research to practice and policy. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

 

Narvaez, D., & Lapsley, D.K. (Eds.) (2009). Personality, identity, and character: Explorations in moral psychology. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

 

Narvaez, D. (2009). Nurturing character in the classroom, EthEx Series, Book 4: Ethical Action. Notre Dame, IN: ACE Press.

 

Narvaez, D. & Bock, T. (2009). Nurturing character in the classroom, EthEx Series, Book 2: Ethical Judgment. Notre Dame, IN: ACE Press.

 

Narvaez, D., & Endicott, L. (2009). Nurturing character in the classroom, EthEx Series, Book 1: Ethical Sensitivity. Notre Dame, IN: ACE Press.

 

Narvaez, D. & Lies, J. (2009). Nurturing character in the classroom, EthEx Series, Book 3: Ethical Motivation. Notre Dame, IN: ACE Press.

 

Nucci, L. P., & Narvaez, D. (Eds.) (2008). Handbook of moral and character education. New York, NY: Routledge.

 

Power, F. C., Nuzzi, R. J., Narvaez, D., Lapsley, D. K., & Hunt, T. C. (Eds.). (2008). Moral education: A Handbook (Vols. 1-2). Westport, CT: Praeger.

 

Lapsley, D.K., & Narvaez, D. (Eds.) (2004). Moral development, self and identity: Essays in honor of Augusto Blasi. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

 

Rest, J. R., Narvaez, D., Bebeau, M., & Thoma, S. (1999). Postconventional moral thinking: A neo-Kohlbergian approach. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

 

Rest, J.R. & Narvaez, D. (Eds.) (1994).  Moral development in the professions: Psychology and applied ethics.  Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS (reverse chronology; articles listed first, then chapters; *means invited; underline indicates student colleague at time of production)

 

In Press

 

Narvaez, D. (in press, 2019). Baselines for human morality should include species typicality, inheritances, culture, practice and ecological attachment (Commentary on J. May book, Regard for Reason in the Moral Mind). Brain and Behavioral Sciences.

 

*Narvaez, D. (in press, 2019).  Growing, living and being rightly. In R. Tweedy (Ed.), The divided therapist: Hemispheric difference and contemporary psychotherapy. London: Karnac Books.

 

*Narvaez, D. (in press). Neurobiología y Formación de Mentalidades Éticas [Neurobiology and the formation of ethical mindsets]. In M. García-Granero, A. Cortina, J.C. Siurana and M.J. Codina (Eds.), Proceedings of the V International Bioethics Conference. Madrid: Comares.

 

*Kurth, A., Narvaez, D., & Tarsha, M. (in press). Meeting basic needs and getting kids on track to fulfill their potential. In T. Tsirlina- Spady & P. Renn (Eds.), How to love, respect, and trust your students: Lessons from Janusz Korczak. Myers Education Press.

 

*Bock, T., Narvaez, D., Singh, R., & Tarsha, M. (in press). The nurturing classroom. In T. Tsyrlina-Spady & P. Renn (Eds.), How to love, respect, and trust your students: Lessons from Janusz Korczak. Myers Education Press.

 

*Narvaez, D. (July, 2019). Humility in four forms: Intrapersonal, interpersonal, community, and ecological. In J. Wright (Ed.), The virtue of humility. In book series, Multidisciplinary perspectives on virtues (N. Snow, series Ed.). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

 

*Lapsley, D., Reilly, T., & Narvaez, D. (in press). Children’s moral development. In L. A. Jensen (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of Moral Development.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2019).  Evolution and the parenting ecology of moral development. In D. Laible, L. Padilla-Walker & G. Carlo (Eds.), Oxford handbook of parenting and moral development (pp. 91-106). New York: Oxford University Press.

 

*Narvaez, D. (in press). Hunter-gatherer societies as sources of data in evolutionary psychology. In T.K. Shackelford & V.A. Weekes-Shackelford (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science (online source). New York: Springer.

 

*Mrkva, K., & Narvaez, D.  (in press). Moral psychology and the “Cultural Other”: Cultivating openness to experience and the new. In B. Zizek & A. Escher (Eds.), Ways of approaching the strange. Stuttgart, Germany: Steiner Verlag.

 

2019

 

Narvaez, D., Wang, L., Cheng, A., Gleason, T., Woodbury, R., Kurth, A., & Lefever, J.B. (2019). The importance of early life touch for psychosocial and moral development. Psicologia: Reflexão e Crítica, 32:16 (open access). doi.org/10.1186/s41155-019-0129-0

 

Tarsha, M., & Narvaez, D. (2019). Early life experience and aggression. Peace Studies Review, 32)1), 14-23. https://doi.org/10.1080/10402659.2019.1613591

 

Narvaez, D., Woodbury, R., Gleason, T., Kurth, A., Cheng, A., Wang, L., Deng, L., Gutzwiller-Helfenfinger, E., Christen, M., & Näpflin, C. (2019). Evolved Development Niche Provision: Moral socialization, social maladaptation and social thriving in three countries. Sage Open, 9(2). https://doi.org/10.1177/2158244019840123

 

Narvaez, D., & Snow, N. (Eds.). (2019). Self, motivation and virtue: An introduction. Journal of Moral Education, 48(1), 1-6.

 

*Reilly, T., & Narvaez, D. (2019). Virtue and the scientific researcher: Morality, wisdom and climate. In C. Deane-Drummond, T. Stapleford & D. Narvaez (Eds.), Practicing science: Virtues, values, and the good life. Pressbooks.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2019). Reclaiming awe for the right things. In C. Deane-Drummond, T. Stapleford, & D. Narvaez (Eds.), Practicing science: Virtues, values, and the good life (pp. 142-149). Notre Dame, IN: Center for Theology, Science and Human Flourishing. Available at https://virtueandthepracticeofscience.pressbooks.com/

 

*Narvaez, D. (2019). Moral development and moral values: Evolutionary and neurobiological influences. I. In D. P. McAdams, R. L. Shiner, & J. L. Tackett (Eds.), Handbook of personality (pp. 345-363). New York, NY: Guilford.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2019). In search of baselines: Why psychology needs cognitive archaeology. In T. Henley, M. Rossano & E. Kardas (Eds.), Handbook of Cognitive Archaeology: A Psychological Framework. London: Routledge.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2019). Evolution, childhood and the moral self.  In R. Gipps & M. Lacewing (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of philosophy and psychoanalysis (pp. 637-659). London: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198789703.013.39

 

Narvaez, D., Four Arrows, Halton, E., Collier, B., Enderle, G., & Nozick, R.  (2019). People and planet in need of sustainable wisdom. In Narvaez, D., Four Arrows, Halton, E., Collier, B., Enderle, G. (Eds.), Indigenous sustainable wisdom: First Nation knowhow for global flourishing (pp. 1-24). New York: Peter Lang.

 

Narvaez, D. (2019). Original practices for becoming and being human. In Narvaez, D., Four Arrows, Halton, E., Collier, B., Enderle, G. (Eds.), Indigenous sustainable wisdom: First Nation knowhow for global flourishing (pp. 90-110). New York: Peter Lang.

 

2018

 

Narvaez, D., & Witherington, D. (2018). Getting to baselines for human nature, development and wellbeing.. Archives of Scientific Psychology, 6 (1), 205-213. DOI: 10.1037/arc0000053

 

Witherington, D., Overton, W., Lickliter, R., Marshall, P., & Narvaez, D. (2018). Metatheories and conceptual confusions in developmental science.. Human Development, 61:181–198 (DOI:10.1159/000490160)

 

Reilly, T., & Narvaez, D. (2018). Character, virtue and science: Linking psychological and philosophical views. Philosophy, Theology and the Sciences, 5, 51-79.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2018). The neurobiological bases of human moralities: Civilization’s misguided moral development. In C. Harding (Ed.), Dissecting the Superego: Moralities Under the Psychoanalytic Microscope (pp. 60-75). London: Routledge.

 

*Kurth, A., & Narvaez, D. (2018). Children’s developing morality. In J. Delafield-Butt, A-W. Dunlop & C. Trevarthen (Eds.), The Child’s Curriculum: Working with the natural values of young children (pp. 104-125). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2018). The developmental niche for peace. In P. Verbeek & B. Peters (Eds.), Peace ethology, behavioral processes and systems of peace (pp. 95-112). Oxford, England: Wiley-Blackwell.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2018). Ethogenesis: Evolution, early experience and moral becoming. In J. Graham & K. Gray (Eds.), The Atlas of Moral Psychology (pp. 451-464). New York, NY: Guilford Press.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2018). Social development. In T. Shackleford & V. Weekes-Shackleford (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science (online source). New York: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-16999-6_2394-1

 

*Stotz, K., & Narvaez, D. (2018). Niche. In V. Zeigler-Hill & T. Shackelford (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences (online source). New York: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-28099-8_1554-1

 

Narvaez, D., & Noble, R. (2018). The notion of basic needs. In D. Narvaez (Ed.), Basic needs, wellbeing and morality: Fulfilling human potential (pp. 1-15).  New York: Palgrave-MacMillan.

 

Noble, R., Kurth, A., & Narvaez, D. (2018). Measuring basic needs satisfaction and its relation to health and wellbeing. In D. Narvaez (Ed.), Basic needs, wellbeing and morality: Fulfilling human potential (pp. 17-49).  New York: Palgrave-MacMillan.

 

Noble, R., Kurth, A., & Narvaez, D. (2018).  Basic needs satisfaction and its relation to childhood experience. In D. Narvaez (Ed.), Basic needs, wellbeing and morality: Fulfilling human potential (pp. 51-89).  New York: Palgrave-MacMillan.

 

Kurth, A., & Narvaez, D. (2018).  Basic needs satisfaction and its relation to socio-morality capacities and behavior. In D. Narvaez (Ed.), Basic needs, wellbeing and morality: Fulfilling human potential (pp. 91-133).  New York: Palgrave-MacMillan.

 

Narvaez, D. (2018). Basic needs and fulfilling human potential. In D. Narvaez (Ed.), Basic needs, wellbeing and morality: Fulfilling human potential (pp. 135-161).  New York: Palgrave-MacMillan.

 

Narvaez, D. (2018). Epilogue: The future of basic needs fulfillment. In D. Narvaez (Ed.), Basic needs, wellbeing and morality: Fulfilling human potential (pp. 163-166).  New York: Palgrave-MacMillan.

 

2017

 

Christen, M., Narvaez, D., & Gutzwiller, E. (2017). Comparing and integrating biological and cultural moral progress. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 20: 55. doi:10.1007/s10677-016-9773-y

 

*Thandeka, & Narvaez, D. (2017). Neurobiology, emotions and faith. Ethics: Contemporary Perspectives, 4, 19-46.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2017). Getting back on track to being human. Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies, 4(1), March 2, 2017. Online free: DOI: https://doi.org/10.24926/ijps.v4i1.151

 

*Narvaez, D. (2017). The ontogenesis of human moral becoming. In A. Fuentes & A. Visala (Eds.), Verbs, bones and brains: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Human Nature (pp. 114-121). Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2017). Are we losing it? Darwin’s moral sense and the importance of early experience. In. R. Joyce (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of Evolution and Philosophy (pp. 322-332). London: Routledge.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2017). Evolution, childrearing and compassionate morality.  In Paul Gilbert (Ed.), Compassion: Conceptualisations, Research and Use in Psychotherapy (pp. 78-186). London: Routledge.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2017). Educación ética integrativa: los componentes del conocimiento experto, la comunidad y las virtudes [Integrative Ethical Education: The components of expert knowledge, community and virtue]. In B. Garcia Cabrero & J. B. Barba Casillas (Eds.), Construcción de la educación ciudadana: Miradas contemporáneas y retos futuros [Constructing citizenship education: Contemporary views and future challenges] (pp. 209-222). U​niversidad ​A​utónoma de ​A​guascalientes​, Mexico.

 

*Junkins, T., & Narvaez, D.  (2017). The development of virtuous habits. In G. Peterson & J. van Slyke (Ed.), Habits in Mind: Integrating theology, philosophy, and the cognitive science of virtue, emotion, and character formation (pp. 91-116) Leiden: Brill Publishing.

 

2016

 

Narvaez, D., Wang, L, & Cheng, A. (2016). Evolved Developmental Niche History: Relation to adult psychopathology and morality. Applied Developmental Science, 20(4), 294-309. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10888691.2015.1128835

 

Thoma, S.J., Bebeau, M.J., & Narvaez, D. (2016). How not to evaluate a psychological measure:  Rebuttal to criticism of the Defining Issus Test of moral judgment development by Curzer and colleagues. Theory and Research in Education, 14(2), 241 – 249. Published online before print March 1, 2016, doi: 10.1177/1477878516635365

 

Christen, M., Tanner, C., Narvaez, D., & Ott, T. (2016). Using Thesaurus-based value maps to reveal semantic structures of cultural moral differences. Cognitive Systems Research, 40, 59–74. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cogsys.2016.02.003

 

Balakrishnan, V., & Narvaez, D. (2016). A reconceptualization of Vygotsky’s ZPD into ZCD in teaching moral education in secondary schools using real-life dilemmas. Cogent Education, 3(1), 1142925. http://cogentoa.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/2331186X.2016.1142925

 

*Narvaez, D. (2016). Kohlberg Memorial Lecture 2015: Revitalizing human virtue by restoring organic morality. Journal of Moral Education, 45(3), 223-238. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03057240.2016.1167029

 

Narvaez, D. (2016). Reply: Returning to humanity’s moral heritages. Journal of Moral Education, 45(3), 256-260. http://dx.doi.org.proxy.library.nd.edu/10.1080/03057240.2016.1167030

 

*Narvaez, D. (2016). Goodness, survival and flourishing. Philosophical News, 12, 56-64.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2016). Baselines for virtue. In J. Annas, D. Narvaez, & N. Snow  (Eds.), Developing the virtues: Integrating perspectives (pp. 14-33). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

 

Snow, N., Narvaez, D., & Annas, J. (2016). Introduction. In J. Annas, D. Narvaez, & N. Snow (Eds.), Developing the virtues:  Integrating perspectives (pp. 1-13) New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

 

*Four Arrows, & Narvaez, D. (2016). Reclaiming our indigenous worldview: A more authentic baseline for social/ecological justice work in education. In N. McCrary & W. Ross (Eds.), Working for social justice inside and outside the classroom: A community of teachers, researchers, and activists (pp. 93-112). In series, Social justice across contexts in education (S.J. Miller & L.D. Burns, Eds.). New York, NY: Peter Lang.

 

Gleason, T., Narvaez, D., Cheng, A., Wang, L., & Brooks, J. (2016). Wellbeing and sociomoral development in preschoolers: The role of maternal parenting attitudes consistent with the Evolved Developmental Niche. In D. Narvaez, J. Braungart-Rieker, L. Miller, L. Gettler, & P. Hastings (Eds.), Contexts for young child flourishing: Evolution, family and society (166-184). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

 

Narvaez, D., Gettler, L., Braungart-Rieker, J., Miller-Graff, L., & Hastings, P.  (2016). The flourishing of young Children: Evolutionary baselines. In Narvaez, D., Braungart-Rieker, J., Miller, L., Gettler, L., & Harris, P. (Eds.), Contexts for young child flourishing: Evolution, family and society (pp. 3-27). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

 

Narvaez, D., Hastings, P., Braungart-Rieker, J., Miller-Graff, L., & Gettler, L. (2016). Young child flourishing as an aim for society. In Narvaez, D., Braungart-Rieker, J., Miller, L., Gettler, L., & Hastings, P. (Eds.), Contexts for young child flourishing: Evolution, family and society (pp. 347-359). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

 

Narvaez, D., & Hardy, S. (2016). Measuring triune ethics orientations. In D. Narvaez, Embodied morality: Protectionism, engagement and imagination (pp. 47-72). New York, NY: Palgrave-Macmillan.

 

Narvaez, D., Gleason, T., Lefever, J.B., Wang, L., & Cheng, A. (2016). Early experience and ethical orientation. In D. Narvaez, Embodied morality: Protectionism, engagement and imagination (pp. 73-98).  New York, NY: Palgrave-Macmillan.

 

Narvaez, D., Thiel, A., Kurth, A., & Renfus, K. (2016). Past moral action and ethical orientation. In D. Narvaez, Embodied morality: Protectionism, engagement and imagination (pp. 99-118). New York, NY: Palgrave-Macmillan.

 

Narvaez, D. (2016). Broadening the scope of moral developmental theory. In D. Narvaez, Embodied morality: Protectionism, engagement and imagination (pp. 47-72). New York, NY: Palgrave-Macmillan.

 

Narvaez, D. (2016). Triune Ethics Meta-Theory and embodied moral development. In D. Narvaez, Embodied morality: Protectionism, engagement and imagination (pp. 47-72). New York, NY: Palgrave-Macmillan.

 

2015

Narvaez, D. (2015). Editorial: Torture, evil and moral development. Journal of Moral Education, 44(1), 1-16.

Narvaez, D. (2015). Understanding flourishing: Evolutionary baselines and morality. Journal of Moral Education, 44(3), 253-262.

*Narvaez, D. (2015). The neurobiology of moral sensitivity: Evolution, epigenetics and early experience. In D. Mowrer & P. Vandenberg (Eds.), The art of morality: Developing moral sensitivity across the curriculum (pp. 19-42). New York, NY: Routledge.

*Narvaez, D. (2015). The co-construction of virtue: Epigenetics, neurobiology and development. In N. E. Snow (Ed.), Cultivating Virtue (pp. 251-277). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

 

2014

Narvaez, D. & Endicott, L.G. (2014). Promoviendo la sensibilidad ética mediante la amistad [Promoting Ethical Sensitivity through Friendship]. Postconvencionales: Ética, Universidad, Democracia, 234-239.

*Lapsley, D., & Narvaez, D. (2014). The having, doing and being of moral personality. In N. Snow and Franco V. Trivigno (Eds.), The Philosophy and Psychology of Character and Happiness (pp. 133-144).  New York, NY: Routledge.

*Narvaez, D., & Bock, T. (2014). Developing ethical expertise and moral personalities. In L. Nucci & D. Narvaez (Eds.), Handbook of Moral and Character Education (2nd ed.) (pp. 140-158). New York, NY: Routledge.

*Narvaez, D. & Mrkva, K. (2014). The development of creative moral imagination. In S. Moran, D. H. Cropley & J. C. Kaufman (Eds.), The Ethics of Creativity (pp. 25-45). New York, NY: Palgrave MacMillan.

*Narvaez, D., & Lapsley, D. (2014). Becoming moral: Development of moral agents through social interaction. In. M. Christen, J. Fischer, M. Huppenbauer, C. Tanner, & C. van Schaik (Eds.), Empirically Informed Ethics. Morality between Facts and Norms. 227 Library of Ethics and Applied Philosophy 32, [Springer Library of Ethics and Applied Philosophy]. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-01369-5_1

*Gleason, T., & Narvaez, D. (2014). Child environments and flourishing. In D. Narvaez, K. Valentino, A., Fuentes, J., McKenna, & P. Gray (Eds.), Ancestral Landscapes in Human Evolution: Culture, Childrearing and Social Wellbeing (pp. 335-348).  New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Narvaez, D., Gray, P., McKenna, J., Fuentes, A., & Valentino, K. (2014). Children’s development in light of evolution and culture. In D. Narvaez, K. Valentino, A., Fuentes, J., McKenna, & P. Gray (Eds.), Ancestral Landscapes in Human Evolution: Culture, Childrearing and Social Wellbeing (pp. 3-17).  New York: Oxford University Press.

*Narvaez, D. (2014). Natural Morality, Moral Natures and Human Flourishing. In B. Musschenga & A. van Harskamp (Eds.), Why be moral? On the capacities and conditions for being moral (pp. 239-254). [Springer Library of Ethics and Applied Philosophy] Heidelberg, Germany: Springer.

*Narvaez, D. (2014). Character development. In D. Phillips (Ed.), Encyclopedia of educational theory and philosophy (pp. 116-117). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

 

2013

Narvaez, D., Gleason, T., Wang, L., Brooks, J., Lefever, J., Cheng, A., & Centers for the Prevention of Child Neglect (2013). The Evolved Development Niche: Longitudinal effects of caregiving practices on early childhood psychosocial development. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 28 (4), 759–773. Doi: 10.1016/j.ecresq.2013.07.003

Narvaez, D., Wang, L., Gleason, T., Cheng, A., Lefever, J., & Deng, L.  (2013). The Evolved Developmental Niche and sociomoral outcomes in Chinese three-year-olds. European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 10(2), 106-127.

*Narvaez, D. (2013). Welcoming babies: Seeking an alternative baseline for birth. The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Fall, 282-283.

Brooks, J., Bock, T., & Narvaez, D. (2013). Moral motivation, moral judgment and anti-social behavior. Journal of Research in Character Education, 9(2), 149–165.

Maxwell, B., & Narvaez, D. (2013). Moral Foundations Theory and Moral Development and Education: Introduction. Journal of Moral Education, 42(3), 271-280.

Narvaez, D. (2013). The future of research in moral development and education. Journal of Moral Education, 42(1), 1-10.

*Narvaez, D. (2013). Wisdom as mature moral functioning: Insights from developmental psychology and neurobiology. In M. Jones, P. Lewis, & K. Reffitt (Eds.), Character, Practical Wisdom and Professional Formation across the Disciplines (pp. 24-40).  Macon, GA: Mercer University Press.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2013). Neurobiology and moral mindsets. In K. Heinrichs & F. Oser (Eds.), Moral and Immoral Behavior: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives on Moral Motivation (pp. 289-307). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2013). The 99%–Development and socialization within an evolutionary context: Growing up to become  “A good and useful human being.” In D. Fry (Ed.), War, Peace and Human Nature: The convergence of Evolutionary and Cultural Views (pp. 643-672).  New York: Oxford University Press.

*Narvaez, D. (2013). The individual, relational and social neurobiological development of morality. In M. Riemslagh, R. Burggraeve, J. Corveleyn & A. Liégeois (Eds.), After You. The ethics of the pastoral counselling process (pp. 109-135). Leuven, Belgium: Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium.

Narvaez, D., & Gleason, T. (2013). Developmental optimization. In D. Narvaez, J., Panksepp, A. Schore, & T. Gleason (Eds.), Evolution, Early Experience and Human Development: From Research to Practice and Policy (pp. 307-325). New York: Oxford University Press.

 Narvaez, D., Panksepp, J., Schore, A., & Gleason, T. (2013). The value of using an evolutionary framework for gauging children’s well-being.  Evolution, Early Experience and Human Development: From Research to Practice and Policy (pp. 3-30). New York: Oxford University Press.

Narvaez, D., Panksepp, J., Schore, A., & Gleason, T. (2013). The Future of human nature: Implications for research, policy, and ethics. In D. Narvaez, J., Panksepp, A. Schore, & T. Gleason (Eds.), Evolution, Early Experience and Human Development: From Research to Practice and Policy (pp. 455-468). New York: Oxford University Press.

Narvaez, D. (2013). The ethics of early life care: The harms of sleep training. Clinical Lactation, 4(2), 66-70. Reprinted in W. Middlemiss & K. Kendall-Tackett (Eds.), The science of mother-infant sleep (pp. 59-72). Amarillo, TX: Praeclarus Press.

*Lapsley, D., Holter, A., & Narvaez, D. (2013). Teaching for Character: Three Strategies for Teacher Education. In M. Sanger & R. Osgulthorpe (Eds.), The Moral Work of Teaching: Preparing and Supporting Practitioners (pp. 115-128). New York: Teachers College Press.

*Narvaez, D. (2013). Moral Development: Changing Theories and Evidence. In S. Hitlin & J. E. Stets (Eds.), ASA/NSF Report from the 2009 Workshop on the Science of Morality: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Approaches Now and in the Future (113-119). Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.

*Ockwell-Smith, S., Middlemiss, W., Cassels, T., Stevens, H., & Narvaez, D. (2013). SIDS: Risks and realities: A response to recent findings on bedsharing and SIDS risk. In W. Middlemiss & K. Kendall-Tackett (Eds.), The science of mother-infant sleep (pp. 59-72). Amarillo, TX: Praeclarus Press.

*Cassels, T., Ockwell,Smith, S., Middlemiss, W., Kendall-Tackett, K., Stevens, H., & Narvaez, D. (2013). Is your baby’s sleep a problem? Or is it just normal? In W. Middlemiss & K. Kendall-Tackett (Eds.), The science of mother-infant sleep (pp. 169-190). Amarillo, TX: Praeclarus Press.

*Ockwell-Smith, S., Narvaez, D., Middlemiss, W., Stevens, H., Kendall-Tackett, K., Cassels, T. (2013). Simple ways to calm a crying baby” And have a more peaceful night’s sleep. In W. Middlemiss & K. Kendall-Tackett (Eds.), The science of mother-infant sleep (pp. 205-218). Amarillo, TX: Praeclarus Press.

Ockwell-Smith, S., Hoffman, D., Narvaez, D., Middlemiss, W., Stevens, H., Kendall-Tackett, K., Cassels, T. (2013). Most infants wake at night and expect comfort from their parents.  In W. Middlemiss & K. Kendall-Tackett (Eds.), The science of mother-infant sleep. Amarillo, TX: Praeclarus Press.

*Narvaez, D. (2013). Values education: Science confirms tradition. Proceedings of the Antalya International Symposium of Values Education (pp. 38-42). Antalya, Turkey: Akdeniz Universitesi.

 

2012

 

*Narvaez, D. (2012). Moral neuroeducation from early life through the lifespan. Neuroethics, 5(2), 145-157. doi:10.1007/s12152-011-9117-5

 

*Narvaez, D. (2012). Moral rationality. Tradition and Discovery, XXXVIII (2), 25-33.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2012). Restoring personal knowledge and virtue: Response to commentary. Tradition and Discovery, XXXVIII (2), 44-47.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2012). Dangers of “Crying it out.” Clinical Lactation 3(1), 32-35.

Reprinted in W. Middlemiss & K. Kendall-Tackett (Eds.) (2013). The science of mother-infant sleep (pp. 133-146). Amarillo, TX: Praeclarus Press.

 

Christen, M., & Narvaez, D. (2012). Moral development in early childhood is key for moral enhancement (commentary). American Journal of Bioethics—Neuroscience, 3(4), 25-26.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2012). Mothers, dialogues, and support. In M-C Bertau, M. Gonçalves & P. Raggatt (Eds.), Dialogic Formations: Investigations into the Origins and the Development of the Dialogical Self, for series Advances in Cultural Psychology, J. Valsiner, Series Ed.) (pp. 197-202). Charlotte, SC: Information Age Publishing.

 

*Junkins, T., & Narvaez, D. (2012). An educational model for teaching a nonkilling ethic. In. D.J. Christie & J. Pim (Eds.), Nonkilling Psychology (pp. 295-319). Honolulu: Center for Global Non-Killing. Available online: http://www.nonkilling.org/node/458

 

2011

 

*Lapsley, D., & Narvaez, D. (2011). Moral criteria and character education: A reply to Welch. Journal of Moral Education, 40 (4):527-531.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2011). De neurobiology van ons morel functioneren [The neurobiology of moral formation and moral functioning]. Pastorale perspectieven, 153(4), 10-18.

 

Narvaez, D. (2011). The world looks small when you only look through a telescope: The need for a developmental expertise view of reasoning. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 34(2), 83-84.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2011). The ethics of neurobiological narratives. Poetics Today, 32(1): 81-106.

 

Junkins, T., & Narvaez, D. (2011). Habitat for Humanity and the support of civic participation. In Factis Pax. 5(1), 66-79.

 

Narvaez, D., Radvansky, G.A., Lynchard, N., & Copeland, D. (2011). Are older adults more attuned to morally-charged information? Experimental Aging Research, 37, 1–37.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2011). Neurobiology, moral education and moral self-authorship. In. D. de Ruyter & S. Miedema (Eds.), Moral education and development: A lifetime commitment (pp. 31-44). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

 

Narvaez, D. (2011). Guía para el uso de la Escala de Cohesión Comunitaria: Midiendo un factor protector ante conductas y actitudes riesgosas [Guide for the use of the Community Bonding Scale: A protective factor against risky behaviors and attitudes]. Postconvencionales, 3, 198-201.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2011). Dualistisches Denken als Barriere der gestigen Entwicklung [Instruction for embodied knowledge development: Overcoming a dualistic mindset]. In P. Aerni & F. Oser (Eds.), Forschung verändert Schule. Erkenntnisse aus den empirischen Wissenschaften für Didaktik, Erziehung und Politik [Research changes schools]. Zürich: Seismo Verlag.

 

*Narvaez, D. & Vaydich, J. (2011). Fear, love and moral functioning. In Aerni, P., & Grün, K-J. (Eds.), Moral und Angst. Erkenntnisse aus der Moralpsychologie und der Politischen Theologie [Morality and Fear] (pp. 131-144). Göttingen: Germany: Vandehoeck & Ruprecht.

 

2010

 

Narvaez, D. (2010). Moral complexity: The fatal attraction of truthiness and the importance of mature moral functioning. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 5(2), 163-181. https://doi.org/10.1177/1745691610362351

 

Narvaez, D. (2010). The embodied dynamism of moral becoming.  Perspectives on Psychological Science, 5(2), 185-186.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2010). The emotional foundations of high moral intelligence. In B. Latzko & T. Malti (Eds.). Children’s Moral Emotions and Moral Cognition: Developmental and Educational Perspectives, New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, 129, 77-94. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. https://doi.org/10.1002/cd.276

 

Narvaez, D., Gleason, T., & Mitchell, C. (2010). Moral virtue and practical wisdom: Theme comprehension in children, youth and adults. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 171(4), 1-26.

 

Narvaez, D. & Hill, P.L. (2010). The relation of multicultural experiences to moral judgment and mindsets. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 3(1), 43-55

 

Narvaez, D. (2010).  Del pensamiento postconvencional [On postconventional thinking]. Postconvencionales, 1, 4-7.

 

Narvaez, D. (2010). La teoría de la ética triuna: premisas básicas e implicaciones [Triune ethics theory: Basic premises and implications]. Postconvencionales, 2, 74-96.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2010). Building a sustaining classroom climate for purposeful ethical citizenship. In T. Lovat and R. Toomey (Eds.), International Research Handbook of Values Education and Student Wellbeing (pp. 659-674). New York: Springer Publishing Co.

 

*Narvaez, D., Holter, A., Vaydich, J.L. (2010). Moral development. In A.S. Davis (Ed.), Handbook of Pediatric Neuropsychology (pp. 79-87). New York: Springer Publishing Co.

 

2009

 

*Narvaez, D. (2009). Building and sustaining knowledge by overcoming the dualistic mindset in education. African Technology Development Forum, Vol. 5 (1-2), 16-25.

 

Thoma, S.J., Derryberry, W.P., & Narvaez, D. (2009). The distinction between moral judgment development and verbal ability: Some relevant data using socio-political outcome variables. High Ability Studies, 20(2), 173-185.

 

Narvaez, D. (2009). Triune Ethics Theory and moral personality. In D. Narvaez & D.K. Lapsley (Eds.), Personality, Identity and Character: Explorations in Moral Psychology (pp. 136-158). New York: Cambridge University Press.

 

Narvaez, D., & Lapsley, D. K. (2009a). Introduction. In D. Narvaez & D.K. Lapsley (Eds.), Personality, Identity and Character: Explorations in Moral Psychology (pp. 1-10). New York: Cambridge University Press.

 

Narvaez, D., & Lapsley, D.K. (2009b). Moral personality: Themes, questions, futures. In D. Narvaez & D.K. Lapsley (Eds.), Personality, Identity and Character: Explorations in Moral Psychology (pp. 441-448). New York: Cambridge University Press.

 

Narvaez, D., & Lapsley, D.K. (2009). Moral identity, moral functioning and the development of moral character.  In D. Medin, L. Skitka, D. Bartels, & C. Bauman (Eds.), Moral cognition and decision making, Vol. 50 of the Psychology of Learning and Motivation series (pp. 237-274). Elsevier.

 

*Holter, A., & Narvaez, D. (2009). Moral education. In E. Anderman & L. Anderman (Eds.), Psychology of Classroom Learning: An Encyclopedia. Farmington Hills, MI: Thomson Gale.

 

*Holter, A., & Narvaez, D. (2009). Moral development and education. In D. Carr, R. Crosnoe, M.E. Hughes, & A. Pienta (Eds.), Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development (pp. 312-316). Farmington Hills, MI: Cengage Learning.

 

2008

 

Narvaez, D. (2008). Triune ethics: The neurobiological roots of our multiple moralitiesNew Ideas in Psychology, 26, 95-119. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.newideapsych.2007.07.008

 

*Narvaez, D. & Lapsley, D. K. (2008). Teaching moral character: Two alternatives for teacher educators. Teacher Educator, 43(2), 156-172.

 

Narvaez, D., Mattan, B., MacMichael, C., & Squillace, M. (2008). Kill bandits, collect gold or save the dying: the effects of playing a prosocial video game. Media Psychology Review. 1 (1). http://mprcenter.org/review/narvaez-prosocial-video-game/

 

*Narvaez, D. & Vaydich, J. (2008). Moral development and behaviour under the spotlight of the neurobiological sciences.  Journal of Moral Education, 37(3), 289-313.

 

Narvaez, D., Kmehlkov, V., Vaydich, J., & Turner, J. (2008). Measuring teacher moral self efficacy. Journal of Research in Character Education, 6(2), 3-16.

 

*Lapsley, D.K., & Narvaez, D. (2008). “Psychologized morality” and ethical theory, or, Do fences make good neighbors? In F. Oser & W. Veugelers, Getting involved: Global citizenship development and sources of moral values (pp. 279-291). Rotterdam: Sensepublishers.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2008). The Social-Intuitionist Model: Some counter-intuitions. In W. A. Sinnott-Armstrong (Ed.), Moral Psychology, Vol. 2, The Cognitive science of morality: Intuition and diversity (pp. 233-240). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

 

Narvaez, D. (2008). Human flourishing and moral development: Cognitive science and neurobiological perspectives on virtue development. In L. Nucci & D. Narvaez (Eds.), Handbook of Moral and Character Education (pp. 310-327). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

 

Nucci, L., & Narvaez, D. (2008). Overview. In L. Nucci & D. Narvaez (Eds.), Handbook of Moral and Character Education (pp. 1-7). New York: Routledge.

 

Narvaez, D. (2008).  Four Component Model. In F.C. Power, R.J. Nuzzi, D, Narvaez, D.K. Lapsley, & T.C. Hunt (Eds.). Moral education: A handbook (Vols. 1-2, pp. 184-186). Westport, CT: Praeger.

 

Narvaez, D. (2008). Implementation. In F.C. Power, R.J. Nuzzi, D, Narvaez, D.K. Lapsley, & T.C. Hunt (Eds.). Moral education: A handbook (Vols. 1-2, pp. 222-223). Westport, CT: Praeger.

 

Narvaez, D. (2008). Integrative Ethical Education. In F.C. Power, R.J. Nuzzi, D, Narvaez, D.K. Lapsley, & T.C. Hunt (Eds.). Moral education: A handbook (Vols. 1-2, pp. 229-231). Westport, CT: Praeger.

 

Narvaez, D. (2008). Multicultural education. In F.C. Power, R.J. Nuzzi, D, Narvaez, D.K. Lapsley, & T.C. Hunt (Eds.). Moral education: A handbook (Vols. 1-2, pp. 306-307). Westport, CT: Praeger.

 

Narvaez, D. (2008). Positive Psychology. In F.C. Power, R.J. Nuzzi, D, Narvaez, D.K. Lapsley, & T.C. Hunt (Eds.). Moral education: A handbook (Vols. 1-2, pp. 346-348). Westport, CT: Praeger.

 

Narvaez, D. (2008). Schemas. In F.C. Power, R.J. Nuzzi, D, Narvaez, D.K. Lapsley, & T.C. Hunt (Eds.). Moral education: A handbook (Vols. 1-2, pp. 396-398). Westport, CT: Praeger.

 

2007

 

Narvaez, D., & Gleason, T. (2007). The relation of moral judgment development and moral experience on comprehension of moral narratives and expository texts. The Journal of Genetic Psychology,168(3), 251–276.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2007). How cognitive and neurobiological sciences inform values education for creatures like us. In D. Aspin & J. Chapman (Eds.), Values Education and Lifelong Learning: Philosophy, Policy, Practices (pp. 127-159). Springer Press International.

 

2006

 

Narvaez, D., Lapsley, D. K., Hagele, S., & Lasky, B. (2006). Moral chronicity and social information processing: Tests of a social cognitive approach to the moral personality.  Journal of Research in Personality, 40, 966–985.

 

*Lapsley, D. K. & Narvaez, D. (2006). Character education. In Vol. 4 (A. Renninger & I. Siegel, volume Eds.), Handbook of Child Psychology (W. Damon & R. Lerner, Series Eds.) (pp. 248-296). New York: Wiley.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2006). Integrative ethical education. In M. Killen & J. Smetana (Eds.), Handbook of Moral Development (pp. 703-733). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Translated into Estonian in M. Poder, M. Sutrop, P. Valk (Eds.), Väärtused, iseloom ja kool: väärtuskasvatuse lugemik. Tartu: Eesti Keele Sihtasutus.

 

2005

 

*Narvaez, D. (2005). The Neo-Kohlbergian tradition and beyond: schemas, expertise and character. In G. Carlo & C. Pope-Edwards (Eds.), Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, Vol. 51: Moral Motivation through the Lifespan (pp. 119-163). Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.

 

Narvaez, D., &  Lapsley, D.K.  (2005). The psychological foundations of everyday morality and moral expertise. In D.K.  Lapsley & Power, C. (Eds.), Character Psychology and Character Education (pp. 140-165). Notre Dame: IN: University of Notre Dame Press.

 

Lapsley, D.K., & Narvaez, D. (2005). Moral psychology at the crossroads. In D.K.Lapsley & Power, C. (Eds.), Character Psychology and Character Education (pp. 18-35). University of Notre Dame Press.

Translated and published in Postconvencionales, 1, enero 2010, 98-115.

 

2004

 

Narvaez, D., Bock, T., Endicott, L., & Lies, J. (2004). Minnesota’s Community Voices and Character Education Project. Journal of Research in Character Education, 2, 89-112.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2004). Educación y desarollo moral [Moral education and development]. Republicana, 2, 39-50.

 

Lapsley, D. K., & Narvaez, D. (2004). A social-cognitive view of moral character. In D. K. Lapsley & D. Narvaez (Eds.), Moral development: Self and identity (pp. 189-212). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

 

Crowell, C., Narvaez, D., & Gomberg, A. (2004). Information ethics from a developmental perspective. In L. A. Freeman & A. G. Peace (Eds.), Information Ethics: Privacy and Intellectual Property (pp. 19-37). Hershey, PA: Information Science Publishing.

 

2003

 

Endicott, L., Bock, T., & Narvaez, D. (2003). Moral reasoning, intercultural development, and multicultural experiences: Relations and cognitive underpinnings.  International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 27, 403-419.

 

*Narvaez, D., Herbst, R., Hagele, S. & Gomberg, A. (2003). Nurturing peaceful character. Journal of Research in Education, 13, 41-50.

 

*Narvaez, D., Bock, T., & Endicott, L. (2003). Who should I become? Citizenship, goodness, human flourishing, and ethical expertise. In W. Veugelers & F. K. Oser (Eds.), Teaching in Moral and Democratic Education (pp. 43-63). Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang Publishers.

 

2002

 

*Narvaez, D. (2002). Does reading moral stories build character? Educational Psychology Review 14(2), 155-171.

 

Narvaez, D. (2002). The expertise of moral character. Education Matters, 8(6), 1-6.

 

*Narvaez, D. & Bock, T. (2002). Moral schemas and tacit judgement or how the Defining Issues Test is supported by cognitive science.  Journal of Moral Education, 31 (3), 297-314.

Reprinted in Mason, M. (2004). Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Cognitive Science. McGraw-Hill.

 

*Narvaez, D. (2002b). Individual differences that influence reading comprehension.  In M. Pressley & C. C. Block  (Eds.), Reading Comprehension Instruction (pp. 158-175). New York: Guilford.

 

2001

 

Narvaez, D. (2001).  Moral text comprehension: Implications for education and research.  Journal of Moral Education, 30 (1), 43-54.

 

2000

 

Rest, J. R., Narvaez, D., Bebeau, M., & Thoma, S. (2000). A neo-Kohlbergian approach to morality research. Journal of Moral Education, 29 (4), 381-395.

Reprinted in Mason, M. (2004). Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Cognitive Science. McGraw-Hill.

 

1999

 

Narvaez, D. (1999). Using discourse processing methods to study moral thinking. Educational Psychology Review, 11 (4), 377-394.

 

Narvaez, D., Getz, I., Rest, J. R., & Thoma, S. (1999). Individual moral judgment and cultural ideologies. Developmental Psychology, 35, 478-488.

 

Narvaez, D., Gleason, T., Mitchell, C. & Bentley, J. (1999). Moral theme comprehension in children. Journal of Educational Psychology, 91(3), 477-487.

                Reprinted in D. Boyd & G. Stevens (Ed.), Current Readings in Lifespan Development (pp. 73-87). Allyn & Bacon.

 

Narvaez, D., van den Broek, P., & Ruiz, A.  (1999). Reading purpose, type of text and their influence on think-aloud and comprehension measures. Journal of Educational Psychology, 91(3), 488-496.

 

Rest, J., Narvaez, D., Thoma, S. J., & Bebeau, M. J. (1999). DIT2: Devising and testing a new instrument of moral judgment. Journal of Educational Psychology, 91 (4), 644-659.

 

Rest, J., Narvaez, D., Bebeau, M., & Thoma, S. (1999). A neo-Kohlbergian approach to moral judgment: An overview of Defining Issues Test research. Educational Psychology Review, 11(4), 291-324.

 

Thoma, S., Barnett, R., Rest, J., & Narvaez, D. (1999). What does the DIT measure? British Journal of Social Psychology, 38(1), 103-111.

 

Thoma, S. J., Narvaez, D., Rest, J. R., & Derryberry, P. (1999). Does moral judgment reduce to political attitude or verbal ability? Educational Psychology Review, 11(4), 324-342.

 

Bebeau, M., Rest, J. R. & Narvaez, D. (1999). Beyond the promise: A framework for research in moral education. Educational Researcher, 28 (4), 18-26.

 

*Narvaez, D., & Mitchell, C. (1999). Schemas, culture, and moral texts. (In M. Leicester, C. Modgil, & S. Modgil, Eds.), Education, Culture and Values (Vol. IV of Moral Education and Pluralism) (pp. 149-157). London: Falmer Press.

 

1998

 

Narvaez, D. (1998).  The effects of moral schemas on the reconstruction of moral narratives in 8th grade and college students.  Journal of Educational Psychology, 90(1), 13-24.

 

Narvaez, D., Bentley, J., Gleason, T., Samuels, J. (1998).  Moral theme comprehension in third grade, fifth grade and college students. Reading Psychology, 19(2), 217-241.

 

1997

 

Rest, J., Thoma, S., Narvaez, D. & Bebeau, M. (1997). Alchemy and beyond: Indexing the Defining Issues Test. Journal of Educational Psychology, 89 (3), 498-507.

 

*Narvaez, D. (1997). Moralens betydning og plass i laererutdanningen (The importance of morality in teacher education). In A. Mosevoll (Ed.), Tradisjon, reform og strategi. Bergen, Norway: Norwegian Teacher’s Academy.

1996

 

*van den Broek, P., Rohleder, L. & Narvaez, D. (1996). Causal inferences in the comprehension of literary texts.  In R. Kreuz & M. S. MacNealy (Eds.), Empirical Approaches to Discourse: Perspectives from the Third IGEL Conference (pp.179-200). Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

 

1995

 

*Narvaez, D. & Rest, J. (1995). The four components of acting morally.  In W. Kurtines & J. Gewirtz (Eds.), Moral behavior and moral development: An introduction (pp. 385-400). New York: McGraw-Hill.

 

1994

 

Narvaez, D. (1994).  Opening a new window into the moral mind: Recall for moral stories.  Moral Education Forum,19 (3), 1-13.

 

*van den Broek, P., Rohleder, L. & Narvaez, D. (1994). Cognitive processes in the comprehension of literary texts.  In H. van Oostendorp & R. Zwaan (Eds.), Naturalistic Text Comprehension, Vol. LIII, Advances in Discourse Processes (pp. 229-246).  Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

 

Rest, J. R. & Narvaez, D. (1994).  Summary–what’s possible?  In J. R. Rest & D. Narváez (Eds.), Moral Development in the professions: Psychology and applied ethics (pp. 213-224).  Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

 

1993

 

Narvaez, D. (1993). High achieving students and moral judgment. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 16 (3), 268-279.

 

1991

 

Narvaez, D. (1991). Counseling for morality: The four component model. Journal for Psychology and Christianity, 10 (4), 358-365.

 

*Rest, J. & Narvaez, D. (1991). The college experience and moral development. In W. Kurtines and J. Gewirtz (Eds.), Handbook of moral behavior and development, Vol. 2 (pp. 229-245). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

 

1990

 

*Narvaez, D. & Rest, J. (1990).  Morality: A common concern. Counseling and Human Development, 22 (8), 1-12.

 

*Rest, J. & Narvaez, D. (1990). The college experience and moral development. In Korean Studies: Its cross-cultural perspective (pp. 648-661).  Seoul, Korea: The Academy of Korean Studies.

 

 

WORK IN PROGRESS (Articles, Chapters, Books)

 

Manuscripts under review or in revision after review

 

*Narvaez, D. (under review). Ecocentrism: Resetting baselines for virtue and virtue development. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, special issue.

Narvaez, D., Woodbury, R., Cheng, A., Gleason, T., Wang, L., (under review). Measuring child sociomoral orientation.

*Narvaez, D. (under review). The Evolved Nest, virtue and vice. In E. Harcourt (Ed.) Attachment, Virtue and Vice. London: Oxford University Press. [credit John Templeton Foundation funded, Virtue, Happiness and the Meaning of Life Project]

Gleason, T., Woodbury, R., Narvaez, D., Kurth, A., Wang, L., Cheng, A., (under review). Play, sociomoral development and wellbeing.

Kurth, A., Kohn, R., Bae, A., & Narvaez, D. (under review). Nature connection: A 3-week intervention increased ecological attachment

Gleason, T., & Narvaez, D. (under review). Beyond resilience to thriving: Optimizing child wellbeing.

Christen, M., Narvaez, D., Zenk, J.D., Villano, V., Crowell, C.R., & Moore, D.R. (under review). Trolley dilemma in the sky: Context matters when civilians and cadets make RPA decisions.

 

In Preparation

 

Articles in preparation

 

Smith, E.R., & Kurth, A., Narvaez, D. (in preparation). Relational experience, civic narcissism and voting preference.

Smith, E.R., Kurth, A., & Narvaez, D. (in preparation). The importance of early experience for psychopathological traits.

Reilly, T., Kaikhosroshvili, K.,, Graves, M., & Narvaez, D. (in preparation). Honesty, integrity, and trust in practice: Accounts from laboratory biology and choral music

Reilly, T., Kaikhosroshvili, K., & Narvaez, D. (in preparation). Creativity, imagination, and precision in practice: Accounts from laboratory biology and choral music

Reilly, T., Liu, X. & Narvaez, D. (in preparation). Virtue in the practice of science: Development and Validation of a multi-dimensional measure of scientific virtue. ​

Narvaez, D., Witherington, D., & Lickliter, R. (in preparation). A guide to Evolutionary Systems Theory: Reshaping the connections between evolutionary theory and psychology.

 

Invited articles and chapters in preparation

 

*Narvaez, D., Kenny, A., Tarsha, M., Konantambigi, R., & Elliot, N. (in preparation, June 2019). Cultivating attachable selves: The role of basic needs fulfillment throughout human life or the relational beginnings of the globally sustainable self.  In C. Shealy (Ed.), The globally sustainable self. New York: Oxford University Press.

*Narvaez, D. (in preparation, 2020). Developing ecocentric phronesis: Sustainable ways of being human. In M. De Caro & M.S. Vaccarezza (Eds.) Practical Wisdom: Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives.

 

Books in preparation or under review

 

Braden, A., & Narvaez, D. (under review, under contract). Primal Parenting: Lasso the parent handlers and embrace your parenting gifts. New York: Oxford University Press Trade.

Narvaez, D. (in preparation). Human Connection, the Evolved Nest and the origins of virtue.

Narvaez, D. (in preparation). What children need to thrive: The Evolved Nest.

Narvaez, D. (in preparation). The dangers of unnested children.

Narvaez, D. (in preparation). Why the Evolved Nest matters for self and society

 

Special Issues

 

Narvaez, D., & Snow, N. (Eds.). (2019). Self, Motivation and Virtue. Journal of Moral Education

 

Unpublished Manuscripts:

 

Narvaez, D.  Integrating science into moral education practice. (2014). In R. Kaymackan & M. Zengin (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Symposium on Values and Education. Istanbul, Turkey: Institute for Values Education.

Brooks, J., Stey, P., Narvaez, D. (2013). The many faces of conservatism: Differences in Sacredness, Personality, Motives, and Actions.

Mrkva, K., Bettonville, B., & Narvaez, D.  The crying baby: Moral orientation shapes moral perception

Sieswerda, S., Ledden, E., & Narvaez, D. (2015).. “Breast is Best” or “Formula is Risky”: Improving adolescents’ attitudes about breastfeeding through education.

 

Teaching Materials, Test Manuals and Guides, Technical Reports

 

Narvaez, D. & Bock, T. (2014). The Classroom RAVES Model for moral character and ethical knowhow. University of Notre Dame: Moral Psychology Lab.

Narvaez, D. (2014). Checklist for an Ethical and Achieving Classroom: Guidebook. University of Notre Dame: Moral Psychology Lab.

Narvaez, D., Sieswerda, S., Ledden, E., Warkentin, A., Denkhaus, K. (2012). Facts about feeding babies: For medical personnel. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Breastfeeding Education Project.

Narvaez, D., Sieswerda, S., Ledden, E., Warkentin, A., Denkhaus, K. (2012). Feeding Your Baby: What you and your family need to know. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Breastfeeding Education Project.

Narvaez, D. (2010). Tuning into Ethical Behavior: Story Discussion Guide for Parents, Teachers and Students. University of Notre Dame: Moral Psychology Lab.

Narvaez, D. (2009). Assessing Ethical Skills. University of Notre Dame: Moral Psychology Lab.

Narvaez, D. (2008). Guide for using the Citizenship Scale for Elementary and Secondary School Students. Laboratory for Ethical Development and Education, University of Notre Dame

Narvaez, D., Bock, T., & Vaydich, J.L. (2008). Guide for using the Ethical Goodness Scale For Elementary and Secondary School Students. Laboratory for Ethical Development and Education, University of Notre Dame.

Holter, A., Narvaez, D. & Vaydich, J.L. (2008). Catholic After School Leadership Project (CLASP) Curriculum. Notre Dame, IN: Notre Dame Center for Ethical Education.

Narvaez, D. (2006). Guide for using the Community Bonding Scale. University of Notre Dame: Center for Ethical Education

Narvaez, D., Thoma, S., & Getz, I. (2006).  Guide for using the Attitudes Towards Human Rights Inventory. University of Notre Dame: Center for Ethical Education

Narvaez, D. (2006). Guide for using the Positivity Scale. University of Notre Dame: Center for Ethical Education.

Ziemba, C., Yep, G., Westerink, D., Power, A., & Narvaez, D. (2005). Character in Community: A homeroom curriculum. Notre Dame, IN: Notre Dame Center for Ethical Education.

Anderson, C., Narvaez, D., Bock, T., Endicott, L., & Lies, J. (2004). Minnesota Community Voices and Character Education: Final Report and Evaluation. Roseville, MN: Minnesota Department of Children, Families and Learning.

Contributing writer-editor (2003). U.S. Department of Education parent brochure, How to Raise a Responsible Citizen.

Narvaez, D. with Endicott, L., Bock, T., & Mitchell, C. (2001). Nurturing character in the middle school classroom: Ethical Action. St. Paul: Minnesota Department of Children, Families and Learning.

Narvaez, D. & Bock, T., with Endicott, L., & Mitchell, C. (2001). Nurturing character in the middle school classroom: Ethical Judgment. St. Paul: Minnesota Department of Children, Families and Learning.

Narvaez, D., & Endicott, L., with Bock, T., & Mitchell, C. (2001). Nurturing character in the middle school classroom: Ethical Sensitivity. St. Paul: Minnesota Department of Children, Families & Learning.

Narvaez, D. & Lies, J. with Endicott, L., Bock, T., & Mitchell, C. (2001). Nurturing character in the middle school classroom: Ethical Motivation. St. Paul: Minnesota Department of Children, Families and Learning.

Narvaez, D., & Bock, T. (2001). Guide for the Moral Theme Inventory. South Bend, IN: Notre Dame University.

Perry, C.L., Komro, K., Veblen-Mortenson, S., Richardson, S., Lytle, L., Narvaez, D., Stigler, M., Manning, B., Goeden, V., Quist, G., Gonzalez, D. (1999). On the Verge: Teacher’s guide, Minnesota Dare-Plus project. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota.

Narvaez, D., Mitchell, C., Endicott, L. & Bock, T. (1999). Nurturing character in the middle school classroom: A guidebook for teachers. St. Paul: MN Department of Children, Families & Learning.

Narvaez, D., & Bents, M. (1999). Changing an educational institution for diversity. Technical Report # 5. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, College of Education and Human Development Committee on Diversity.

Rest, J. R., Narvaez, D., Mitchell, C., & Thoma, S. J. (1999). Exploring Moral Judgment: A technical manual for the Defining Issues Test. Minneapolis; Center for the study of Ethical Development.

Narvaez, D., & Mooney-McCloone, A. (1998). Faculty Diversity Toolkit. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, College of Education and Human Development Committee on Diversity, on website.

Rest, J. R., & Narvaez, D. (1998). Guide for Defining Issues Test-2. University of Minnesota: Center for the study of Ethical Development.

Rest, J. R., & Narvaez, D. (1998). Supplementary Guide for Defining Issues Test-2. University of Minnesota: Center for the study of Ethical Development.

Rest, J. R., & Narvaez, D. (1997). Ideas for research with the Defining Issues Test. Minneapolis; Center for the study of Ethical Development.

Narvaez, D., Gleason, T., Mitchell, C., & Thoma, S.  (1997). A new method for measuring moral cognition in children. Report to the Center for Applied Research and Educational Improvement.

Narvaez, D., Stone, I., Golez, F., Garfield, J., & Lund, J. (1997). Faculty Instruction Survey (Technical Report No. 3).  Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, College of Education and Human Development Committee on Diversity.

Narvaez, D., McCarthy-Veach, P., Chatham, T., McHenry, A. (1994). Guidelines for modifying an existing course towards diversity (Technical Report No. 1). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, College of Education Committee on Diversity.

Narvaez, D. (1985). El viaje inolvidable [The unforgettable journey] (musical play for Spanish language learning). St. Paul, MN: E-SPAN.

Gudeman, R. & Narvaez, D. (1981). Dual Heritage: Latin America.  Cultural resource book.  St. Paul, MN: Children’s Home Society of Minnesota.

Gudeman, R. & Narvaez, D. (1981). Dual Heritage: Korea.  Cultural resource book.  St. Paul, MN: Children’s Home Society of Minnesota.

Narvaez, E. & Narvaez, D. (1979). Español a tres niveles. Moorhead, MN: Concordia College.

Narvaez, E. & Narvaez, D. (1978). El Lago del Bosque: A handbook of dialogues and grammar for Spanish Language Camp teachers. Moorhead, MN: Concordia College.

 

 

Book Reviews and Contributions to Newsletters, Magazines, Blogs (samples)

 

Narvaez, D. (2018). Review of Breastfeeding: New anthropological approaches. Journal of Human Lactation, 34(4), 835-836. https://doi.org/10.1177/0890334418794359

Narvaez, D. (June 2017). Unnested humans, unhuman nature? Center for Humans and Nature: https://www.humansandnature.org/unnested-humans-unhuman-nature

Narvaez, D. (April, 2017). Slipping expectations for child outcomes. Oxford University Press Blog. https://blog.oup.com/2017/04/slipping-expectations-child-outcomes/

Narvaez, D. (March 2017). Seeds for Morality Must be Planted Rightly. Blog for the Association for Moral Education’s website.

Narvaez, D. (June 10, 2016). Baselines for human development and human becoming. Communitarian Network’s Communitarian Observer (Newsletter). https://communitariannetwork.org/communitarian-observer

Narvaez, D. (October, 2016). Doing science with three sisters. http://blogs.nd.edu/origins-natures-futures/2016/10/27/doing-science-with-three-sisters/

Narvaez, D. (October, 2016). Developing the virtues. http://blog.oup.com/2016/10/parenting-philosophy-virtues/

Narvaez, D. (2015). How modern societies violate human development . Pathways to Family Wellness, 48.  Can be downloaded from: http://pathwaystofamilywellness.org/New-Edge-Science/how-modern-societies-violate-human-development.html

Narvaez, D. (2014). Where are the happy babies? Pathways to Family Wellness, 44. Can be downloaded from: http://pathwaystofamilywellness.org/Sustainable-Community/where-are-the-happy-babies.html

Narvaez, D. (2010). Cooperation: The New Human Nature. Journal of Moral Education, 39(1), 113-117.

Vaydich, J.L., & Narvaez, D. (2009). Child honoring. Journal of Moral Education, 38 (3), 377-380.

Narvaez , D. (2008). Cultivating morality: Review of three books. Journal of Moral Education, 37(4), 539-542.

Narvaez, D. (2006). Eighteen: the age of enlistment. Sign of Peace, 5 (2), 20-22.

Narvaez, D. (2006). Book Reviews: Liars, Lovers, and Heroes: What the new brain science reveals about how we become who we are and The Science of Good and Evil: Why people cheat, gossip, care, share, and follow the golden rule. 35 (3), 407–427.

Bock, T., & Narvaez, D. (2002). Review of Moral questions in the classroom. Journal of Moral Education

Narvaez, D (July/August 2002). The expertise of moral character. Education Matters, VIII (6), 1, 6.

Narvaez, D., & Mitchell, C. (1999). Parenting good children: Book reviews. Journal of Moral Education, 28 (3), 387-394.

 

Translations into Spanish

 

Narvaez, D. (1985). Lessons from the Master (curriculum for adults). Mpls: Augsburg Publishing.

Narvaez, D. (1984).  Impact statement: Violence against women. Minnesota Council of Churches.

 

Poems

 

Narvaez, D. (1984). The ark. The Concord, St. Paul, MN.

Narvaez, D. (1982). Sonnet for a death. The Concord, St. Paul, MN.

Narvaez, D. (1982). Fall with the Creator. The Concord, St. Paul, MN.

Narvaez, D. (1981). Meditation. The Concord, St. Paul, MN.

Narvaez, D. (1980). You are the morning. ARC Newsletter, Cambridge, MN.

Narvaez, D. (1977). Dryer. The Third Eye, New York, NY.

Narvaez, D. (1976). One poem. Colorado North Review, Greeley, CO.

 

Song: “Un primer paso” (1985). Theme song for the Hispanic Motivation Program, College of St. Catherine’s, St. Paul, MN

 

PRESENTATIONS since 1990 (most recent listed first)

 

(1)  External Invited Lectures and Addresses

 

Keynote speaker (for May 24, 2019). Companionship and Connection: Repairing the Cycle of Life for a Thriving World. International Institute for Bioenergetic Analysis (Lisbon, Portugal).

Keynote speaker (for November, 2018). Neurobiology and the formation of ethical mindsets. Fifth International Conference on Bioethics, Valencia, Spain.

Keynote speaker (for October, 2018). Baselines for virtue development. Aretai Center Third Annual Conference on “Virtue Ethics and Psychology: Towards a Science of Virtues?” at the European University of Rome.

Keynote speaker (October, 2018). The Evolved Nest and Child Wellbeing. Lactation Consultants of Australia and New Zealand annual meeting (given via Zoom).

Keynote speaker (September, 2018). Ethogenesis: Darwin’s ‘Moral Sense,’ Early Experience and Moral Mindsets. Empathy and Emotions in Morality, Communication, and Human Life, Online conference hosted by Rensselear Institute.

Keynote speaker (August, 2018). The Evolved Nest and Child Wellbeing. Education for Excellence, Diversity, and Respect: Transformative 21st Century Innovations, Seattle Pacific University.

Keynote speaker (August, 2018). Meeting Basic Needs and Getting Kids on Track to Fulfill Their Potential (Attending to Neurobiology). Education for Excellence, Diversity, and Respect: Transformative 21st Century Innovations, Seattle.

Keynote speaker (May, 2018). The Evolved Nest and Child Wellbeing. New Jersey Association of School Psychologists spring meeting.

Keynote workshop speaker (April, 2018; 3 hours). Primal Caregiving; Evolved Nest and Wellbeing; Ethics for Babies. St. Joseph County Breastfeeding Coalition conference.

Colloquium speaker (February, 2018). The Neurobiology of Peaceableness and the Importance of Early Experience. Goshen College Psychology Colloquium.

Keynote speaker (December, 2017). The Evolved Nest: What children (and adults!) need to thrive. Association for Pre and Perinatal Psychology and Health (APPPAH), San Diego.

Keynote speaker (October 17, 2017). Humanity’s Evolved Nest and the epigenetic construction of human nature and morality. Compassionate Mind Foundation Annual Conference, Birmingham, England.

Workshop (October 16, 2017). Developmental Ethical Ecological Practice (DEEP): implications for compassion focused therapies. Compassionate Mind Foundation Annual Conference, Birmingham, England

Keynote speaker (September 28, 2017). The early nest. German-Language International Lactation Conference, Berlin.

Keynote speaker (September 26, 2017). Neurobiology and the Development of Human Morality:
Evolution, Culture and Wisdom
. Expanded Reason Award Conference, Rome.

Keynote speaker (July 19, 2017). Building the Nest: From brain function to flourishing children and communities of character. Wisdom Thinkers Network Annual Conference (Mexico, NY).

Webinar (June 25, 2017). Growing a well-functioning human being instead of a poorly-functioning machine, for Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health.

Keynote talk (May 12, 2017). Humanity’s Evolved Nest and the epigenetic construction of human nature and morality. Human and Nonhuman: Minds and Morals Conference, University of Connecticut.

Keynote talk (April 17, 2017). Original instructions for shaping human nature and wellbeing: How neurobiology supports indigenous wisdom. Rogers University, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Keynote talk (April 3, 2017). A species-typical nest fosters virtue and a species-atypical nest fosters viciousness. Conference on “The Development of Character: Attachment Theory and the Moral Psychology of Vice and Virtue,’ Davis, California.

Colloquium (March 27, 2017). “Evolution and the neurobiology of ethics.” Seton Hall University

Keynote talk (March 24, 2017). “Evolution, neurobiology and values: The need for interdisciplinarity.” Speaker, Summit Series at James Madison University

Keynote (March 10, 2017). “Evolution, neurobiology, and values: The need for interdisciplinary dialogue.” APA Division 24, Theoretical and Philosophical Society Midwinter Meeting, Richmond, VA.

Webinar. Evolved morality (Feb 12, 2017, online). Elephant Liberation Series. Kerulos Center.

Webinar (November 29, 2016).  “Ethics of early life care” for International Lactation Consultants Association.

Keynote (November 17, 2016). Embodied wisdom: Human Nature and Human Potential.  Conference of Morality, Moral Philosophy, and the Humanities in the Age of Neuroscience, Kent State University.

Colloquium speaker (Nov 3, 2016). Jubilee Center, University of Birmingham, England.

Keynote Speaker (Oct 31-Nov 1, 2016). The Evolved Developmental Niche: The grounding for optimization and virtue. Conference on Attachment and the Development of Virtue and Vices, Oxford, England

Speaker (October 20-22, 2016). Two wisdom traditions foster humility. Conference on humility, Oklahoma University

Webinar (October 18, 2016).   “The human nest and its effects on wellbeing in children and adults” for International Lactation Consultants Association.

Webinar (October 17, 2016).  “Ethics of early life care” for Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health.

Webinar (September 29, 2016).   “Primal caregiving” for International Lactation Consultants Association.

Keynote (September 11-15, 2016). The Indigenous worldview: Original practices for becoming and being human. Sustainable Wisdom: Integrating Indigenous KnowHow for Global Flourishing. University of Notre Dame.

Conference Chair (September 11-15, 2016). Sustainable wisdom: Integrating indigenous knowhow for global flourishing. University of Notre Dame.

Co-organizer (September 1-4, 2016). Conference on Developing Virtue in the Practice of Science, University of Notre Dame

William James Book Award Address (August 2016). Neurobiology and the development of human morality, American Psychological Association, Denver, CO.

Workshop Speaker (June 13-17, 2016). Two presentations. Workshop on Virtue and Happiness. University of Notre Dame

Co-chair (May 5-7, 2016). Self Motivation and Virtue conference. University of Notre Dame.

Colloquium speaker (April 14, 2016).  Challenges for cognitive science. Northwestern University, Evanston, IL

Workshop presenter (March 9, 2016). Neurobiology, emotion, morality and healing. Minneapolis, MN

Keynote (invited for March, 2016). From neurobiology to culture: Fostering sustainable wisdom.  The Cultural Mind In Psychotherapy: Identity, Inclusion, Power and Diversity in a Changing World. Learning for Life Annual Conference, UCLA.

Workshop for pastors (January, 2016). Emotions in religious community: What people of faith need to know. Andover Graduate Theological Institute, Boston, MA.

Keynote (November 14, 2015). The neurobiology of character: Fostering compassionate, communal moral mindsets in the classroom. Learning and the Brain Conference, Boston, MA.

Kohlberg Memorial Lecture (November 6, 2015). Indigenous wisdom and organic morality. Association for Moral Education, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Colloquia (October 21-22, 2015). Moral Sensibility: Attunement and communal imagination (3 talks). Bethel University, St. Paul, MN.

Keynote (October 15, 2015). Raising and educating good and wise people. Character.org (Character Education Partnership) annual meeting, Atlanta, Georgia

Keynote (September, 2015). Primal Caregiving: Why it is important to give babies what they evolved to need. Ilactation.Fall conference.

Speaker (June 5-6, 2015). [4 90-minute talks: Evolution and Early Experience; Baselines for Human Development; Small-Band Hunter-Gatherers; Healing] Seizing an Alternative: Toward an Ecological Civilization. Claremont University

Keynote (June 1-2, 2015). How Virtue is rooted in evolution, neurobiology and skill. Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature. University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway.

Keynote (April 16-19, 2015). The Necessity of Indigenous Ecological Wisdom for Moral Development. Moral Development and Education Business Meeting, American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

Speaker (March, 2015), Evolution and morality. Preconference Symposium on Moral Development. Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia.

Keynote (March, 2015). Identifying and Testing Baselines for Human Development and Flourishing. Cultivating a Developmental Science of Flourishing, University of North Carolina–Charlotte.

Discussant (December, 2014). Symposium “Evolutionary Perspectives On Attachment: How Anthropology Can Inform Contemporary Parenting Models,” American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C.

Speaker (November, 2014). Human inheritances and the development of virtue. University of Notre Dame Theology Department Colloquium.

Speaker (November, 2014). Neurobiology and Wellbeing. Psychology Department, Fuller Theological Seminary. Pasadena.

Speaker (September, 2014). Baselines for Moral Character Development. Wisdom Thinkers Network, Syracuse, NY.

Speaker (June, 2014). Culture, Childrearing and Humility: Virtue as Human Heritage. Keynote for conference on “Developing Virtue: Empirically-informed Perspectives from East and West.” University of California—Fullerton.

Speaker (June, 2014). Speaker and adviser to the project on “Evolutionary Psychology and Christian Views on Human Thriving” at the Thrive Center, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California.

Speaker (May, 2014). Neurobiology and the Development of Human Ethics: Evolution, Culture and Wisdom. Conference on Becoming and Being Virtuous – Insights from Philosophy and Psychology. Institute of Ethics at the University of Zurich.

Speaker (May, 2014). Participant in expert workshop planning a larger international conference for 2015 on “Moral Technologies.” University of Zurich.

Speaker (April, 2014). Workshop on moral judgment and moral development. King’s College, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.

Speaker (March, 2014). Basic needs, human potential and fostering primal virtue. Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership, Dallas, Texas.

Speaker (March, 2014). Fostering conscience and moral character through classroom teaching. Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara University, San Jose, California.

Speaker (March, 2014). Neurobiology and morality: Attending to evolution, development and culture. Annual Interpersonal Neurobiology Conference: Affect regulation and healing of the self. UCLA, Los Angeles.

Speaker (November, 2013). Early caregiving and its effects. Annual conference on promoting healthy attachments, Catholic Charities, Ogleby Resort, West Virginia.

Speaker (August, 2013). The Development of Moral Feelings and the Generation of Community. The Well-Connected Child Seminar Series. Scottish Universities Insight Institute, Glasgow, Scotland.

Speaker (August, 2013). Building Parents Understanding of Early Years Development. For the Circle Scotland and the Sutherland Trust in conjunction with University of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, Scotland.

Speaker (June, 2013). Remembering who humans are. Symposium on Moral Education, Northwestern University.

Speaker (May, 2013). Integrative values education. International Values Education Symposium, Antalya, Turkey.

Keynote speaker (April, 2013). Parenting, neurobiology and moral wisdom. Psy Chi Club, St. Louis University

Speaker (March, 2013). The evolved developmental niche: Culture and virtue. Symposium on Obstacles and Catalysts of Peaceful Behavior, The Lorentz Center, Leiden, The Netherlands.

Keynote speaker (November, 2012). Implementation of Character Education in USA. International Values and Education Symposium, Istanbul, Turkey.

Keynote speaker (November, 2012). Integrating science into moral education practice. International Values and Education Symposium, Istanbul, Turkey.

Speaker (October, 2012). Moral mindsets and the neurobiology of moral formation. Character Education Partnership, Washington, D.C.

Speaker (October, 2012). Violations of expected care. Symposium on Human evolution and human development: Culture, childrearing and wellbeing. University fo Notre Dame, Notre Dame IN.

Keynote speaker (June, 2012). Is Darwin’s “Moral Sense” epigenetic? International Workshop on The Evolution of Morality: The Biology and Philosophy of Human Conscience, Erice, Sicily.

Speaker. (May, 2012). Dismissing the evolved needs of children undermines moral development. Symposium on Virtue, Citizenship, and the Law: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Syracuse University College of Law.

Keynote speaker (November, 2011). Moral rationality. Michael Polanyi Society annual meeting, San Francisco.

Keynote speaker (October, 2011). Moral Education: Integrating cognitive science. Kaoshiang University, Kaoshiang, Taiwan

Panel speaker (October, 2011). Mentor-scholar discussions: How to publish in English and enhance your career. Association for Moral Education annual meeting, Nanjing, China.

Speaker (October, 2011). Publishing in academic journals: Tips to help you succeed. Association for Moral Education annual meeting, Nanjing, China.

Keynote address (August, 2011). The cultural neurobiology of moral development. Indiana Infant and Child Mental Health. Indianapolis.

Keynote speaker (June, 2011). Moral complexity: Multiple moralities and mature moral functioning. Conference on What Makes Us Moral? Vrei University, Amsterdam.

Speaker (June, 2011). Neurobiology, Moral Mindsets and Moral Personality. Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Keynote speaker (May, 2011). Building and Maintaining a “Moral” Brain. Conference on Making People Moral. University of Utah, Salt Lake City.

Speaker (May, 2011). Moral Development: Epigenetics, Ethics and Maturity. University of Chicago.

Panelist (May, 2011). Panels on psychology, development, theology. Habitvs Project Conference on the Neuroscience of Moral Action. California Institute of Technology, Pasadena.

Keynote speaker (January, 2011). The Epigenetics of Moral Development. Preconference Symposium on Morality and Justice. Society for Personality and Social Psychology. San Antonio, Texas.

http://www.moralconvictions.org/JusticePreconference/2011/attachments/Narvaez.pdf

Narvaez, D., & Gleason, T. (October, 2010). Early Experience, Moral Development and Human Nature. Paper presented at Symposium on Human Nature and Early Experience, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN.

Discussant (June, 2010). Symposium on “The Moral Self: Personality versus Identity.” Jean Piaget Society, St. Louis, MO.

Speaker (April, 2010). Psychology of moral formation. Phronesis Project Conference. Mercer University, Macon, GA.

Panel Speaker (April, 2010). An integrative approach to educating virtue. Phronesis Project Conference. Mercer University, Macon, GA.

Speaker (April, 2010). The moral zone: Using the whole brain to solve moral problems. Workshop on Cognitive Science and Morality. Georgetown University.

Speaker (February, 2010). Emotion and moral identity. Expert Seminar: After You, Catholic University, Leuven, Belgium.

Speaker (February, 2010). Shaping emotion and cognition for optimal moral functioning. Expert Seminar: After You, Catholic University, Leuven, Belgium.

Speaker (August, 2009). Moral complexity: Ethical theory in light of neurobiology and cognitive science. American Psychological Association, New Fellows Symposium, Toronto.

Speaker and Invitee (June, 2009). NSF Workshop on the Sociology of Morality, Washington D.C.

Speaker (June, 2009). Applying education research to education sciences and schools: Advances and national policy support. Workshop on Interdisciplinarity in Education. Collegium Helveticum, ETH, Zurich.

Keynote Speaker (April, 2009). Integrating the mind sciences into theories of moral development and moral education. Business meeting, Interest Group on Moral Development and Education. Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association.

Bock, T., Narvaez, D., Lies, J., & Endicott, L. (November, 2008). Using the Four Component Model for character education. Symposium: “Rest’s Four Component Model at Twenty-Five Years: Recent Developments in Research and Practice.” Association for Moral Education annual meeting, University of Notre Dame.

Speaker (November, 2008). Research with the Ethical Rating Content System. Symposium: “Rest’s Four Component Model at Twenty-Five Years: Recent Developments in Research and Practice.” Association for Moral Education annual meeting, University of Notre Dame.

Narvaez, D., & Vaydich, J. (November, 2008). The neurosciences illuminate moral development and behavior. Symposium “Toward an Integrated Model of Moral Functioning.” Association for Moral Education annual meeting, University of Notre Dame.

Narvaez, D., Lapsley, D.K., Hill, P.L. (November, 2008). Dual processing approaches to moral functioning. Symposium: “Three Empirical Bridges Across the Judgment-Action Gap.” Association for Moral Education annual meeting, University of Notre Dame.

Vaydich, J. & Narvaez, D. (November, 2008). A Neurobiological Perspective on Early Childhood Experiences and Moral Functioning. Symposium: “Rest’s Four Component Model at Twenty-Five Years: Recent Developments in Research and Practice.” Association for Moral Education annual meeting, University of Notre Dame.

Speaker (April 16, 2008). Triune Ethics: A theory of multiple moral motivations. Symposium on Moral Cognition. American Philosophical Society, Chicago.

Panel Speaker (April 4, 2008). The future of moral development research. Moral Education and Development Workshop. Duke University.

Speaker, Moderator, Panelist (March 30-April 1, 2008). The importance of neurobiology and expertise for moral development. Symposium on New Directions in Moral Theory, Research, and Practice. Cornell University.

Panel speaker (April, 2008). Best practice teaching is necessary but not sufficient for moral character formation. Interactive symposium: “Preparing Teachers for the Moral Nature of Their Work” American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

Sole Presenter, November 21-23, 2007. Workshops on Ethical Education, University of Mexico, Mexico City.

Discussant (November, 2007). Effectiveness of the ‘Roots of Empathy’ program on children’s social-emotional competence: Considering theory, context, and cumulative effects. Association for Moral Education Annual Meeting, New York.

Panel speaker. (November, 2007). Concepts, research and practices of linking different perspectives/morality, spirituality and global citizenship. Association for Moral Education Annual Meeting, New York.

Speaker (June 7, 2007). Educacion etica integrativa: los componentes del conocimiento experto, la comunidad y las virtudes [Integrative Ethical Education: The Components of Expertise, Community and Virtue].  El Desarrollo de la Personalidad Moral y el Comportamiento Cívico de Profesores y Alumnos de Educación Básica y de Estudiantes de Educación Normal,Universidad Nuevo Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico City.

Speaker (June 5, 2007). Taking full advantage of the college experience to cultivate moral character. National Association of Christians in Student Development, Arden Hills, MN.

Speaker (March 14-16, 2007). St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN:

Moral engagement and citizenship in a “multi-polar” world

                Moral development Post-Kohlberg: The discovery of the moral person

With D. K. Lapsley: Social-Cognitive and expertise approaches to moral development

With D. K. Lapsley: Virtues and habits, schemas and intuitions: Cognitive science, Aristotle and traditions of liberal education

Lapsley, D.K., & Narvaez, D. (July 2006).  Symposium: Psychologized morality and its discontents, or, do good fences make good neighbors? Association for Moral Education annual meeting, Fribourg, Switzerland.

Discussant (July 2006). Out of classroom experiences with urban youth and teachers. Association for Moral Education annual meeting, Fribourg, Switzerland.

Discussant (July 2006). Controversy about the Gibbs theory. Association for Moral Education annual meeting, Fribourg, Switzerland.

Speaker (October 2005). Cultivating morally intentional educators. Character Ed Prep Dean’s Conference, Regent University, Virginia Beach.

Speaker (June 2005). Educacion integrative etica: Cultivar el florecimiento humano [Integrative Ethical Education: Cultivating Human Flourishing]. Coloquio internacional sobre la etica, ciudadania y educacion frente a la sociedad del conocimiento [International Conference on Ethical Citizenship and Education in a Knowledge Society]. Monterrey, Mexico.

Speaker (June 20, 2005). Integrative Ethical Education: Cultivating flourishing citizens. International Symposium on the Theoretical and Practical Issues of School Civil Education and Moral Education in the 21st Century. Sun-Yat-Sen University, Guanzhou, China.

Speaker (June 21, 2005). Moral Psychology and moral text processing. Department of Psychology, Sun-Yat-Sen University, Guanzhou, China.

Speaker (June 22, 2005). A New Approach to Moral Education based on Psychological Science. College of Education, Sun-Yat-Sen University, Guanzhou, China.

Speaker (March, 2005). Integrative Ethical Education, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Illinois—Chicago

Speaker (December, 2004). Cognitive science and moral development. Symposium on the intersection of neuroscience, moral psychology, and moral theory. Eastern American Philosophical Association, Boston.

Speaker (September, 2004). Community Voices and Character Education: A new model for character development. 2004, International Positive Psychology Summit, Washington, D.C.

Speaker (March, 2004). Cultivating character in community. Debating Moral Education Conference, Kenan Ethics Institute, Duke University.

Speaker (July 23-24, 2003). Skills-based moral education workshop. Seminar on moral education: Trends and directions. University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.

Speaker (July, 2003). Moral Judgment and theory. Seminar on Moral Education: Trends and Directions.  University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.

Speaker (July 28-31, 2003).  Recent advances in moral psychology: theory, research, and application. Annual Seminar of the Japanese Society of Developmental Psychologists, Tokyo.

Speaker (April, 2003). How shall we describe the morality of university students in different countries? Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

Speaker (April 9, 2003). Character development and education. 19th Annual Conference on Character and Civic Education. California State University, Fresno.

Speaker (April, 2003). California State University, Fresno:

The ethical classroom teacher.

The importance of a professional ethics focus in teacher education curriculum,

Speaker (April 3, 2003). The Neo-Kohlbergian tradition and beyond: schemas, expertise and character.  LI Annual Symposium on Motivation. University of Nebraska, Lincoln.

Speaker (December, 2002. Educacion y desarollo moral (Moral education and development). Encuentro internacional sobre cultural democratica. International Fair of the Book, University of Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Mexico.

Speaker (June 19, 2002. The expertise of moral character. Whitehouse conference on Character and Community. Washington DC. Longer version posted at: http://www.ed.gov/inits/character/narvaez.doc

Actual speech version posted at: http://www.aaeteachers.org/newsletters/julyaugustnews.pdf

Discussant (April, 2002). for W. Veugelers & E. De kat: Moral and Democratic Education in Public Primary Schools. American Educational Research Association, New Orleans.

Speaker (March, 2002). Studying moral cognition with moral text comprehension. University of Notre Dame Cognitive Science Group.

Speaker (November, 2001). Moral psychology. University of Notre Dame Theology colloquium.

Speaker (January, 2001). Applying an expertise paradigm to research in moral development and moral education. Nags Head Conference on Moral Development, Palm Beach, Florida.

Panelist (July, 2000). Five measures of moral development: A review and appraisal. Association for Moral Education, Glasgow, Scotland.

Speaker (June, 2000). Skills-based character education. International meeting on Citizenship and Value Education, Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Speaker (April, 2000). What cognitive science tells us about how humans learn. Guest lecture, Interdisciplinary Scholars, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.

Speaker (February, 2000). Moral development. Guest lecture, Educational Leadership course, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.

Speaker (January, 2000). Moral story comprehension. University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana.

Speaker (January, 2000). Moral comprehension. Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana.

Speaker (October, 1998). Review of moral education. Annual conference for 4-H Youth Development and Extension, Duluth, MN.

Speaker (April, 1998). Differences in personal ethics between ethnic groups. Diversity through the Disciplines conference, University of Minnesota.

Speaker (March, 1998). Moral development in children. Panel symposium, Ripon College, Ripon, WI.

Speaker (February, 1998). Helping youth with moral/civic/character development. Panel symposium. “Youth and ‘U’”, 4-H Youth Development conference, St. Cloud, MN.

Speaker (February 15, 1996). Moral development and reading.  Colloquium, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, University of Minnesota.

Speaker (November, 1995). Understanding moral events: what matters?  Center for Research in Learning, Perception and Cognition Colloquium.  University of Minnesota.

Speaker (October, 1995). UPLIFT: Meeting the need for teachers of color.  Annual meeting of Minnesota Association of Colleges of Teacher Education.  St. Paul, MN.

Speaker (June, 1994).  Report on the college’s progress on diversity.   Minnesota Board of Teaching conference: Moving forward to infuse multicultural education throughout teacher education.  St. Paul, MN.

Speaker (May, 1994). The importance and place of morality in teacher education.  On Eritrean Education, Task Force Meeting to build the education system for the country of Eritrea.  Asmara, Eritrea.

Speaker (April, 1994). Measuring moral reasoning.  Annual meeting of American Counseling Association, Division: Association for Spiritual, Ethical and Religious Values in Counseling.  Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Speaker (June, 1993). Components of moral behavior in sport. Annual meeting of the North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. Brainerd, MN.

Speaker (May, 1991). Moral judgment and  memory for narratives. Northern Plains Text Comprehension Workshop.  Bemidji, Minnesota.

Speaker (Rest, J. & Narvaez, D., June, 1990). The college experience and moral development. Sixth International Conference on Korean Studies.  Seoul, Korea.

 

 

(2) Refereed Presentations (at professional meetings)

 

Reilly, T., Narvaez, D., Kaikhosroshvili, K., & Israel de Souza, S. (submitted for October, 2019). Creativity, Imagination, and Precision: Conceptions of Intellectual Character in the Practices of Laboratory Science and Ensemble Music. Annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Human Development, Portland, OR..

Reilly, T., Kaikhosroshvili, K., & Narvaez, D., (2018). Honesty and integrity as virtues: Practitioner perspectives. Annual meeting of the Western Positive Psychology Association, Claremont.

Pham, P., Tarsha, M., & Narvaez, D. (April, 2019). Are conservatives more vicious? Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Ison, J., Kurth, A., Tarsha, M., & Narvaez, D. (April, 2019). The relationship of worldview and multiculturalism on civic narcissism and moral behavior.  Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Kurth, A., Cortez, K., Gorman, C., Sarazen, K., Narvaez, D. (March, 2019). Using Longitudinal Data Analysis to Analyze the Still Face Paradigm. Poster to the biannual meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Baltimore, MA.

Kaikhosroshvili, K., Kurth, A., Woodbury, R., Narvaez, D., & Gleason, T. (November, 2018). Play, social support and family climate: Contributors to preschool children’s sociomoral development. Annual meeting of Association for Moral Education, Barcelona.

Bae, A., Kohn, R., Kurth, A., & Narvaez, D. (May, 2018). Nature Connection: A 3-Week Randomized Intervention Increases Ecological Attachment. Association for Psychological Science annual meeting, San Francisco.

Narvaez, D., Kurth, A., & Tarsha, M. (May, 2018). The Evolved Nest: Relation to child and adult wellbeing and sociomorality. World Congress for the World Association for Infant Mental Health. Rome, Italy.

Narvaez, D. (March 2018). Baselines for Optimizing Human Development. Society for Humanistic Society, Boulder.

Kurth, A., Kohn, R., Bae, A., Narvaez, D. (November, 2017). Ecological Morality, Childhood Experience and Social Attitudes. Association for Moral Education annual meeting, St. Louis, Missouri.

Narvaez, D., Kurth, A., & Woodbury, R. (November, 2017). Triune Ethics MetaTheory: Status of the Theory, Review of Child and Adult Studies. Association for Moral Education annual meeting, St. Louis, Missouri.

Smith, E.A., & Narvaez, D. (November, 2017). The Relationship of Early Experience and Empathy to Civic Narcissism and Voting Preference in the 2016 Election. Association for Moral Education annual meeting, St. Louis, Missouri.

Witherington, D.C., Lickliter, R., Overton, W.F., Marshall, P. & Narvaez, D. (April, 2017). Conversation on: When “epigenesis” means different things to different people: Metatheories and conceptual confusions in developmental science. Society for Research in Child Development annual meeting, Austin, TX.

Smith, E.A., & Narvaez, D. (April, 2017). Relational experience, civic narcissism and voting preference in the 2016 presidential election. Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL

Narvaez, D., Cheng, Y., Woodbury, R., Gleason, T., Lefever, J. B., & Wang, L. (December, 2016). Relation of Early Nest Experience to Moral Development in Young Children. Association for Moral Education annual meeting, Harvard University, Boston.

Kurth, A., Renfus, K. & Narvaez, D. (December, 2016). Companionship Caregiving and Moral Development. Association for Moral Education annual meeting, Harvard University, Boston.

Smith, E., Kurth, A., & Narvaez, D. (December, 2016). Moral Chronicity and Religiosity: Does religiosity influence moral information processing? Association for Moral Education annual meeting, Harvard University, Boston.

Narvaez, D., Cheng, Y., Woodbury, R., Gleason, T., Lefever, J.B., & Wang, L. (August, 2016). Child wellbeing and sociomorality relations to current experience of the Evolved Developmental Niche. American Psychological Association, Denver, CO.

Narvaez, D., Thiel, A., Grover, D., & Kurth, A. (August, 2016). Peaceableness and its relation to childhood experience, personality and ethical orientation. American Psychological Association, Denver, CO.

Overton, W., Lerner, R., & Narvaez, D. (August, 2016). Symposium on Relational Developmental Systems and Child Flourishing. American Psychological Association, Denver, CO.

Panel member (February, 2016). Human Nature and its Implications for Ethics and Education.  Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, Reston Virginia.

Thiel, A., Kurth, A., Renfus, K., Grover, D., & Narvaez, D. (November, 2015). Early Experience, Stress, and Aggressive Behavior. Association for Moral Education, Santos, Brazil.

Kurth, A., Renfus, K., Noble, R., Zohrer, J., Moran, M., & Narvaez, D. (November, 2015). Measuring Ecological Character.  Association for Moral Education, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Grover, D., Woodbury, R., & Narvaez, D. (November, 2015). Maternal parenting attitudes and child experience mediate the relation between maternal childhood experience and child proto-moral orientation. Association for Moral Education annual meeting, Brazil.

Thompson, L.J., & Narvaez, D. (October 30, 2015). A Normative Theory of Human Moral Wellbeing: Integrating Neuroscience, Human Development, and Normative Ethics. Zicklin Center Normative Business Ethics Workshops, University of Pennsylvania.

Narvaez, D. (July, 2015). Invited symposium: Biologically-Based and Culturally-Based Varieties of Human Prosociality and Morality: Socialization and Personality Mechanisms. European Congress on Psychology, Milan.

Christen, M., Narvaez, D., Gutzwiller, E. (June, 2015). Cultural moral progress despite biological moral decline? – an empirical and ethical investigation of the notion of “moral progress.” Conference on Moral Progress: Concept, Measurement, and Application. Amsterdam.

Noble, R., Kurth, A., & Narvaez, D. (April, 2015), Fulfilling Your “BUCET” List: Basic Needs Satisfaction, Wellbeing, and Moral Development. American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

Grover, D., Woodbury, R., & Narvaez, D. (2015). What mother does, daughter believes? The relation of maternal childhood experiences to parenting attitudes. American Educational Research Association annual meeting, Chicago, IL.

Narvaez, D., Wang, L., Cheng, Y., Gleason, T., & Lefever, J. (April, 2015). The Importance of Early Life Touch for Psychosocial and Moral Development. Symposium on Empathy, Prosociality and Morality: Neurobiological and Relational Contributions to Development. Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia.

Kurth, A., Narvaez, D., Wang, L., Cheng, Y., Gleason, T., & Lefever, J. (April, 2015). Maternal Positive and Negative Touch Behaviors Longitudinally Predict Temperament and Social-Emotional Delays Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia.

Chair and speaker (March, 2015). Symposium on Empathy, Prosociality and Morality: Neurobiological and Relational Contributions to Development. Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia.

Chair and Speaker (March, 2015). Parenting Guidelines: Do Some Evidenced-Based Practices Compromise Baby Flourishing? Examining Research, Policy, and Practice. Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia.

Narvaez, D. (Feb 19-21, 2015). Neurobiology and the Development of Human Morality.  “Author meets critics” session Association for Professional and Practical Ethics, Costa Mesa, CA.

Panel member (Feb 19-21, 2015). The Responsibility and Social Context of Moral Sensitivity. Association for Professional and Practical Ethics, Costa Mesa, CA.

Narvaez, D. (November, 2014). Human Moral Inheritances Require the Evolved Developmental Niche. For Symposium on Relational Developmental Systems Theory and Character Development. Association for Moral Education, Pasadena, CA.

Narvaez, D., & Bock, T. (November, 2014). The RAVE model of moral education. Workshop for the Association for Moral Education, Pasadena, CA.

Thiel, A., Renfus, K., Grover, D., & Narvaez, D. (November, 2014). Past Action Measure, moral orientation and prediction. Association for Moral Education, Pasadena, CA.

Thiel, A., Renfus, K., Grover, D., & Narvaez, D. (November, 2014). The peaceableness scale. Association for Moral Education, Pasadena, CA.

Polcari, K., Fish, A., Grover, D., Narvaez, D. (November, 2014). Parenting ideals: Childhood experience, attachment, and morality. Association for Moral Education, Pasadena, CA.

Noble, R., & Narvaez, D. (November, 2014). The relation of basic needs fulfillment to morality and wellbeing. Association for Moral Education, Pasadena, CA.

Narvaez, D. (October, 2014). Brains and Moral Mindsets: What Parents and Teachers Should Know. Character Education Partnership annual meeting, Washington, D.C.

Narvaez, D. (August, 2014). Violating Humanity’s Evolved Development Niche: Effects on Development and Wellbeing. Symposium on Early Trauma. American Psychological Association, Washington D.C.

Lawrence, A.V., & Narvaez, D. (October, 2013). Psychopathology, ethical identity, and aggression. Association for Moral Education, Montreal.

Narvaez, D., & Lawrence, A.V.  (October, 2013). Multi-ethical orientations: Validation of Safety, Engagement, and Imagination. Association for Moral Education, Montreal.

Narvaez, D., Lawrence, A., Cheng, A., Wang, L., Gleason, T., & Lefever, J. (October, 2013). Adult reports of parenting they received relates to different types of moral orientations. Association for Moral Education, Montreal

Thiel, A., Thompson, C., Fish, A., Denkhaus, K., Noble, R., Fallon, M., Guzman, M., & Narvaez, D. (October, 2013). Attached or independent? Parenting style, personality and morality. Association for Moral Education, Montreal.

Murray, E., Mrkva, K., Pruitt, T., Conron, E., Peterson, E., & Narvaez, D. (October, 2013). How the Cowardly Lion and Scrooge became heroes: Fear and mortality-salience increase volunteering. Association for Moral Education, Montreal.

Christen, M., Tanner, C., Narvaez, D., & Ott, T. (October, 2013). Thesaurus-based value maps as an instrument for psychological research. Association for Moral Education, Montreal.

Christen, M., Roof, E., Godby, O., & Narvaez, D. (October, 2013). A German-English comparison of Thesaurus-based value maps reveals underlying semantic structures of cultural moral differences. Association for Moral Education, Montreal.

Narvaez, D., & Lawrence, A. (August, 2013). Measuring and Validating Multi-Ethical Identity. American Psychological Association, Honolulu.

Christen, M., Lienhard, F., Zehr, M., Ineichen, C., Narvaez, D., & Tanner, C. (August, 2013). Sphere and cultural-specific distinctions of moral and non-moral values. American Psychological Association, Honolulu.

Fish, A., Christen, M., Narvaez, D. (June, 2013). Assessing the connection between moral identity, parenting style experiences and parenting preferences. Jean Piaget Society, Chicago, IL.

Christen, M., Narvaez, D. & Villano, M. (March, 2013). Serious moral games. Popular Culture Association, Washington, D.C.

Narvaez, D. (March, 2013). The promise of prosocial games. Popular Culture Association, Washington, D.C.

Narvaez, D., Gleason, T., Cheng, Y., Lefever, J., Wang, L. (April, 2013). How Do Nurturing Parenting Attitudes Influence Moral Character Development and Flourishing? Society for Research in Child Development Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.

Vaydich, J., & Narvaez, D. (April, 2013). Perceptions of alienation in parent-child relationships and emotional experiences during early adulthood. Society for Research in Child Development Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.

Narvaez, D., Lapsley, D., & Holter, A. (April, 2013). Teaching for character: Three alternatives for teacher education. American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Narvaez, D. (October, 2012). Ethical Education and Your Student’s Moral Mindsets. Workshop at the Character Education Partnership annual conference, Washington, D.C.

Narvaez, D., & Bock, T. (October, 2012). Integrative Ethical Education: A skills-based approach to moral character education. Workshop. Association for Moral Education, San Antonio, Texas.

Narvaez, D. (October, 2012). Humanity’s 99%: Worldwide contexts for flourishing and virtue. Symposium on Embedding cultures and moral development: Towards a micro-sociology of moral development. Association for Moral Education, San Antonio, Texas.

Narvaez, D., Cheng, A., Brooks, J., Wang, L., & Gleason, T. (October, 2012). Does early parenting influence moral character development and flourishing? Association for Moral Education, San Antonio, Texas.

Christen, M., Denkhaus, K., Fish, A., Lawrence, A., Young, J., Thompson, C., & Narvaez, D. (October, 2012). Does moral identity influence the appreciation of different parenting practices? Association for Moral Education, San Antonio, Texas.

Mrkva, K., Narvaez, D., & Conron, E. (October, 2012). The malnourished African: Disgust-evoking appeals, effectiveness information, and social engagement. Association for Moral Education, San Antonio, Texas. *Best Poster Award

Pruitt, T., Evans, Z., Mrkva, K., Dinnini, A., Narvaez, D. (October, 2012). Priming different moral identities. Association for Moral Education, San Antonio, Texas.

Christen, M., Peterson, E., Kacprowicz, Z, & Lawrence, A. (October, 2012). The relation of promotion/prevention motivation to triune ethics identity. Association for Moral Education, San Antonio, Texas.

Narvaez, D. (October, 2012). Are we violating evolved expected care and does it matter? Symposium on Human Evolution and Human Development. University of Notre Dame.

Narvaez, D., & Brooks, J. (April, 2012). Prosocial personality, early experience, moral identity and behavior. American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Mrkva, K., Narvaez, D., Bettonville, B., Mullen, E., Prister, A., & Delgado, K. (October, 2011). Altruistic behavior: engagement, empathy and the Scrooge effect. Association for Moral Education, Nanjing, China.

Prister, A., Narvaez, D., Bettonville, B., Mrkva, K., Mullen, E., & Delgado, K. (for October, 2011). The crying baby: Moral identity influences moral perception. Association for Moral Education, Nanjing, China. *Best Poster Award

Vaydich, J., & Narvaez, D. (October, 2011). Parent-child relationships and the development of moral mindsets and aggressive behavior. Association for Moral Education Annual Meeting, Nanjing, China.

Narvaez, D. (October, 2011). The neurobiology of moral development: triune ethics identities are predicted by early experience and predict moral behaviour. Association for Moral Education Annual Meeting, Nanjing, China.

Narvaez, D., Wang, L., Cheng, A., Burke, J., & Gleason, T., & Deng, L. (October, 2011). The effects of ancestral parenting practices on the moral development of Chinese Three-Year-Olds. Association for Moral Education Annual Meeting, Nanjing, China.

Narvaez, D. (July, 2011). Human nature: The importance of early life experience. Human Behavior and Evolution Society annual meeting, Montpelier, France.

Narvaez, D., & Gleason, T. (April, 2011). Moral Developmental, educational, and expertise differences influence understanding of moral stories and journalistic texts. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans.

Narvaez, D., Brooks, J.A., Gleason, T., Wang, L., Cheng, A., Lefever, J., & Centers for the Prevention of Child Neglect (April, 2011). Child outcome effects of the environment of evolutionary adaptedness: Breastfeeding experience and touch at 30 and 36 months. Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal.

Narvaez, D., Brooks, J., & Mattan, B. (April, 2011). Attachment-related variables predict moral mindset and moral action. Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal.

Brooks, J., Stey, P., Narvaez, D., Anthony, C., Junkins, T., & Bettonville, B. (January, 2011). Dimensions of conservatism and their relations to religiosity, spirituality, personality, and action: A 4-factor solution. Annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Antonio.

Narvaez, D., Brooks, J., & Mattan, B. (January, 2011). Triune Ethics Moral Identities are Shaped by Attachment, Personality Factors and Influence Moral Behavior. Annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Antonio.

Vaydich, J., & Narvaez, D. (November, 2010). Cognitive, affective, and personality predictors of various types of aggression. Association for Moral Education Annual Meeting, St. Louis. Honorable Mention Poster Award

Narvaez, D. (November, 2010). How psychology informs us about morality and moral development. Symposium: “The Contributions of Psychology, Sociology, and Philosophy to the Study of Morality and Moral Development.” Association for Moral Education Annual Meeting, St. Louis.

Anthony, C., Mattan, B., Brooks, J., Laufenberg, L., Potter, L. Michalak, G., Narvaez, D. (November, 2010). Moral reactivity. Association for Moral Education Annual Meeting, St. Louis.

Brooks, J., Narvaez, D., Delgado, K., Laufenberg, L., Forster, K., & Michalak, G. (November, 2010). Triune ethics identities: Relation to personality and action. Association for Moral Education Annual Meeting, St. Louis.

Narvaez, D., Wang, L., Cheng, A., Burke, J., & Gleason, T. (November, 2010). Early life experience and social and moral development. Symposium on Early Life Experience and Moral Development. Association for Moral Education Annual Meeting, St. Louis.

Narvaez, D., & Gleason, T. (October, 2010). Early experience, human nature and moral development. Symposium on Human  Nature and Early Experience: Addressing the “Environment of Evolutionary Adaptedness,” University of Notre Dame.

Narváez, D., Brooks, J., Forster, K., Delgado, K., Laufenberg, L., & Michalak, G. (June, 2010). Moral identities, personality and moral action. Annual meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, St. Louis, Missouri.

Narvaez, D. (October 8, 2009). Failing our children: The [missing] environment of evolutionary adaptedness. The Encultured Brain Conference, University of Notre Dame.

Narvaez, D. (July, 2009). The fatal attraction of truthiness: The importance of mature moral functioning. Paper for symposium on Mature moral functioning. Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education. Utrecht, Netherlands.

Narvaez, D. (July, 2009). Triune Ethics Theory and other uses for moral neuroscience: Measures, validation and behavior prediction. For symposium, Moral Cognitive-Affective Neuroscience: Theory, Research, and Measurement, at the annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education. Utrecht, Netherlands.

Narvaez, D. (July, 2009). Darwin’s “moral sense” and the environment of evolutionary adaptedness. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education. Utrecht, Netherlands.

Vaydich, J., Narvaez, D., Borrego, A., & Nye, E. (July 2009). Empathy is Related to Lower Levels of Aggression After Provocation. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education. Utrecht, Netherlands.

Narvaez, D., Vaydich, J., Turner, J., Khmelkov, V. & Mullen, G. (April 2009). The Relation of learning climate and social climate to ethical character. Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego.

Narvaez, D., & Mattan, B. (May, 2008). Testing a neurobiological theory of moral personality. Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago.

Narvaez, D., Mattan, B., & MacMichael, C. (May, 2008). Do prosocial videogames have a stronger effect on behavior than violent videogames? Annual Meeting of the European Association for Research in Adolescence. Turin, Italy.  Best Poster Award.

Narvaez, D., Lynchard, N., Vaydich, J., & Mattan, B. (March, 2008). Cheating: explicit recognition, implicit evaluation, moral judgment and honor code training.  Annual Meeting of the Society for Research in Adolescence, Chicago.

Narvaez, D., Mattan, B., MacMichael, C., & Zamora, D. (March, 2008). Prosocial videogame play: does it have a stronger effect on behavior than violent videogame play? Annual Meeting of the Society for Research in Adolescence, Chicago.

Vaydich, J., & Narvaez, D. (March, 2008). Anger regulation mediates the relation between parent-child relationships and aggression in late adolescence. Annual Meeting of the Society for Research in Adolescence, Chicago.

Kmehlkov, V., Narvaez, D., Turner, J.C., Vaydich, J., & Christensen, A. (November, 2007). A middle school academic and social climate influences on moral character. In symposium on Middle School Moral Development: Climate, Discourse and Teacher Efficacy. Association for Moral Education Annual Meeting, New York.

Narvaez, D., Turner, J.C., & Mullen, G. (November, 2007). Teacher discourse and its relation to moral character. In symposium on Middle School Moral Development: Climate, Discourse and Teacher Efficacy. Association for Moral Education Annual Meeting, New York.

Narvaez, D., Kmehlkov, V., & Vaydich, J. (November, 2007). A new scale for measuring teacher moral efficacy. In symposium on Middle School Moral Development: Climate, Discourse and Teacher Efficacy. Association for Moral Education Annual Meeting, New York.

Mattan, B., MacMichael, C., Narvaez, D. (November, 2007). Saving the dying: effects of playing a prosocial video game. Association for Moral Education Annual Meeting, New York.

Narvaez, D. (November, 2007). Triune Ethics Theory: A neurobiologically-based moral psychology. In symposium, Triune Ethics: Testing a Neurobiologically-Rooted Moral Psychology Theory. Association for Moral Education Annual Meeting, New York.

Mattan, B., Kreager, R., & Narvaez, & (November, 2007). Dispositional Aspects of Triune Ethics Theory. In symposium, Triune Ethics: Testing a neurobiologically-rooted moral psychology theory. Association for Moral Education Annual Meeting, New York.

Narvaez, D. (June, 2007). Triune Ethics: Neurobiology and moral functioning. Annual Meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, Amsterdam.

Narvaez, D., Mattan, B., MacMichael, C., & Squillace, M. (June, 2007). Positive attribution bias from playing a prosocial video game? Annual Meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, Amsterdam.

Narvaez, D. (April, 2007). Cultivating good character: an integrative approach. American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

Vaydich, J., Khmelkov, V., & Narvaez, D. (April, 2007). Comparing middle school learning motivations with ethical attitudes and behaviors. American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

Narvaez, D. (November, 2006). How findings from psychological and brain sciences critique modernity and modify ethical prescriptions. Conference on Modernism, Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture.

Narvaez, D. (October, 2006). The Neurobiological roots of our multiple moral personalities. Notre Dame Symposium on Character and Moral Personality.

Bock, T., Lies, J. & Narvaez, D. (July, 2006). Ethical Identity Scale: Factor structure and validity. Association for Moral Education annual meeting, Fribourg, Switzerland.

Narvaez, D. (July 2006). Triune Ethics: Security, Engagement and Imagination, Association for Moral Education annual meeting, Fribourg, Switzerland.

Narvaez, D., Gomberg, A., & Carney, E. (July 2006). Moral personality is related to perception of morality in stories. Association for Moral Education annual meeting, Fribourg, Switzerland.

Vaydich, J., Kmelkhov, V., & Narvaez, D. (July 2006). Do academic goals lead to prosocial behavior? Association for Moral Education annual meeting, Fribourg, Switzerland.

Narvaez, D. & Lapsley, D.K. (March, 2006). A social cognitive account of moral personality, or, taking Jim Youniss at his word. Society for Research in Adolescence, San Francisco.

Narvaez, D. (November, 2005). Cultivating human flourishing: integrating psychological and virtue approaches Association for Moral Education, Cambridge, MA.

Gomberg, A., Zadzora, K., Walter, R., & Narvaez, D. (November, 2005). How good are children at rating the ethical content of moral stories? Association for Moral Education, Cambridge, MA.

Orlova, D., Gomberg, A., Squillace, M., & Narvaez, D. (November, 2005). Does medium matter? comparing ethical content ratings of text and video versions of stories. Association for Moral Education, Cambridge, MA.

Narvaez, D. Radvansky, G.A., Lynchard, N., & Copeland, D. (November, 2005). Are older adults more morally sensitive? Association for Moral Education, Cambridge, MA.

Lies, J., Endicott, L., Bock, T., & Narvaez, D. (November, 2005). The relation between ethical development and academic promotion. Association for Moral Education, Cambridge, MA.

Gomberg, A., Narvaez, D., & Bock, T. (November, 2005). The influence of personal relational attitudes on rights allocation. Association for Moral Education, Cambridge, MA.

Matthews, A. R., Bock, T., Gomberg, A. C., & Narvaez, D. (August, 2005). Postconventional thinkers: Interpersonally connected or indifferent?  American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Narvaez, D., Gleason, T., & Mitchell, C. (April, 2005). Moral virtue and practical wisdom: comprehension in children, youth and adults. American Educational Research Association, Montreal.

Gleason, T., Narvaez, D., & Mitchell, C. (April, 2005). Moral virtue and practical wisdom. Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta.

Matthews, A. & Narvaez, D. (April, 2005). Higher scores in moral judgment are related to more concern for others. American Educational Research Association, Montreal.

Mullen, G., Turner, J., & Narvaez, D. (April, 2005). Student perceptions of climate influence character and motivation. American Educational Research Association, Montreal.

Gomberg, A., Narvaez, D., & Bock, T. (April, 2005). How cultural tolerance or intolerance influences personal relationships. American Educational Research Association, Montreal.

Bock, T., Lies, J., Narvaez, D., & Endicott, L. (April, 2005). Measuring the immeasurable: The evaluation of a character education project. American Educational Research Association, Montreal.

Narvaez, D., Hagele, S., Lapsley, D.K. (November, 2004). The effect of moral identity on judging actions. Annual meeting of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Minneapolis.

Narvaez, D., Casebeer, W., Churchland, P.K., & Churchland, P. (November, 2004). Symposium on moral psychology in the age of cognitive science. Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Dana Point, CA.

Lapsley, D.K., Narvaez, D., & Watson, M. (November, 2004). Symposium on Psychologized character education from the ground up. Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Dana Point, CA.

Narvaez, D., Gomberg, A., Matthews, A. (November, 2004). Symposium on Media and Moral Development: Rating Children’s Media with the Rating Ethical Content Scale (RECS). Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Dana Point, CA.

Narvaez, D. & Hagele, S. (May, 2004). Chronic accessibility of interpersonal moral traits: judging people who don’t help in narratives. American Psychological Society, Chicago.

Narvaez, D. (April, 2004). Cultivating a morally-focused person. Panel presentation, American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Diego.

Radvansky, G.A., Copeland, D., von Hippel, D., & Narvaez, D. (November, 2003). Aging and social inferences. Annual meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Vancouver.

Narvaez, D., Bock, T., Lies, J., & Endicott, L. (October, 2003). A new model for character education. Annual meeting of the Character Education Partnership, Alexandria VA.

Narvaez, D. (June, 2003). Minnesota’s Community Voices and Character Education Project. Connections in Character Institute, Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, California.

Narvaez, D. (April, 2003). Thoughts on moral personhood.  In symposium, “Educating the moral person.” American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago.

Narvaez, D., & Hagele, S. (April, 2003). Chronic accessibility of moral trait inferences in moral stories. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago.

Narvaez, D. (November, 2002). Educating moral intuitions: skills, expertise, techne. symposium on emergent theoretical models of moral psychology. Association for Moral Education, Chicago.

Grabenstetter, J., Hagele, S., Herbst, R., Bock, T., Narvaez, D., & Lapsley, D.K. (November, 2002). Measuring moral personality with social information processing. Association for Moral Education, Chicago.

Thoma, S., Narvaez, D., Endicott, L., & Nucci, L. (November, 2002). Judging social issues: the influence of domain and developmental phase indicators. Association for Moral Education, Chicago.

Narvaez, D., & Bock, T. (August, 2002). Symposium: Measuring moral thinking with moral theme comprehension. International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, Ottawa.

Thoma, S., Narvaez, D., Endicott, L., & Derryberry, P. (April, 2002). Developmental phase indicators and moral information processing. American Educational Research Association

Endicott, L., Bock, T., & Narvaez, D. (April, 2002). Learning processes at the intersection of ethical and intercultural education. American Educational Research Association, New Orleans.

Bock, T. & Narvaez, D. (April, 2002). Moral theme comprehension in adolescence. Society for Research in Adolescence.

Narvaez, D., Endicott, L., Bock, T. (October, 2001). Constructing ethical expertise: a new approach to moral education. Association for Moral Education Annual Meeting, Vancouver.

Endicott, L., Bock, T., Narvaez, D. (October, 2001). Schema flexibility and cultural experience in moral development. Association for Moral Education Annual Meeting, Vancouver.

Narvaez, D., Gardner, J., & Mitchell, C. (August, 2001). Community bonding: A protective factor for at-risk behaviors and attitudes. American Psychological Association, San Francisco.

Narvaez, D., Endicott, L., & Thoma, S. J. (August, 2001). Expertise and the speed of moral information processing. American Psychological Association, San Francisco.

Narvaez, D., Gleason, T., Mitchell, C. (June, 2001). What’s easier? Moral or non-moral theme comprehension? American Psychological Society, Toronto.

Narvaez, D. (2001, April). Using discourse processing methodology to study moral thinking. Society for Research in Child Development. Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Narvaez, D. (2001, April). Who should I become? Using the positive and the negative in character education. American Educational Research Association, Seattle.

Derryberry, P., Thoma, S., & Narvaez, D. (August, 2000). Examining political judgment and moral judgment. Annual meeting of the American Psychological Association.

Narvaez, D., Bock, T., Endicott, L., & Mitchell, C. (July, 2000). Guidelines for teachers to incorporate character education into regular curriculum. Association for Moral Education, Glasgow, Scotland.

Narvaez, D., &  Bock, T.  (July, 2000). Validation of the Moral Theme Inventory, a measure of children’s moral cognition. Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Glasgow, Scotland.

Narvaez, D., Endicott, L., Bock, T., & Wong, C. (July, 2000). Dimensions of difference among cultures.  Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Glasgow, Scotland.

Narvaez, D., Endicott, L., & Bock, T. (July, 2000). Rating the moral content of television programs. Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Glasgow, Scotland.

Narvaez, D. (July, 2000). Studying moral thinking with moral comprehension. Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Glasgow, Scotland.

Thoma, S. & Narvaez, D. (July, 2000). Moral judgment and ideology.  Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Glasgow, Scotland.

Thoma, S. & Narvaez, D. (April, 2000). Does moral judgment reduce to verbal ability? Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans.

Narvaez, D. (December, 1999). Community Voices and Character Education Project. Annual meeting of the Minnesota Educational Effectiveness Partnership, Minneapolis.

Fiebich, C. L., Lambe, J.L., & Narvaez, D. (November, 1999). Moral judgment, the media and the Clinton-Lewinsky affair. Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Minneapolis.

Narvaez, D. & Endicott, L. (November, 1999). What do people notice more quickly? Social, non-social or moral interaction? Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Minneapolis.

Narvaez, D., Bock, T., Mitchell, C., & Endicott, L. (November, 1999). A model for moral education in  public schools. Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Minneapolis.

Narvaez, D., Endicott, L., Bock, T., Mitchell, C., & Kang, Y. (November, 1999). Children and Parents rate the moral content in stories. Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Minneapolis.

Narvaez, D., Mitchell, C., Gardner, J. (November, 1999). Comprehension of anti-drug use messages, ethical identity, moral judgment, and drug use. Association for Moral Education, Minneapolis.

Lambe, J. L., Fiebich, C. L., & Narvaez, D. (August, 1999).  Press, privacy and presidential “proceedings:” moral judgments and the Clinton-Lewinsky affair. Association for Education in Journalism and mass Communication, New Orleans.

Mitchell, C., Narvaez, D., & Linzie, B. (August, 1999). Culture-based preconscious moral judgments as measured by lexical decisions. American Psychological Association, Boston.

Narvaez, D. (April, 1999). Developmental differences in the reconstruction of moral narratives. Annual meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development.

Nucci, L., Narvaez, D., Berkowitz, M., & Battistich, V. (April, 1999). Psychologizing character education. Annual meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development.

Narvaez, D., Mitchell, C., & Linzie, B. (April, 1999). Using discourse processing methods to study moral thinking.  Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association.

Narvaez, D., & van den Broek, P. (April, 1999). The Influence of reading purpose and text type on inference generation. Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association.

Simmons, V., Baylor, L. & Narvaez, D. (April, 1999). The rise and fall of alternative teacher licensure programs. Annual  meeting of the American Educational Research Association.

Narvaez, D. (November, 1998). A system for rating videos and stories for moral content. Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Hanover, NH.

Narvaez, D., Thoma, S., Mitchell, C., Linzie, B., Rest, J., Getz, I. (November, 1998). Symposium: Moral judgment, religion and culture. Association for Moral Education annual meeting, Hanover, NH.

Narvaez, D., Rest, J., Getz, I., Thoma, S. (November, 1998). The formation of orthodoxy-progressivism by the interaction of moral judgement and cultural ideology. Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Hanover, NH.

Thoma, S., Narvaez, D., & Rest, J. (November, 1998). Is moral judgment simply liberalism/conservatism? Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Hanover, NH.

Narvaez, D., Mitchell, C., & Linzie, B. (November, 1998). Comprehending moral stories and the influence of individualism/collectivism. Association for Moral Education annual meeting, Hanover, NH.

Narvaez, D., Mitchell, C., & Linzie, B. (July, 1998). Cultural influences on online text elaborations. Annual meeting of the Society for Text and Discourse, Madison, Wisconsin.

Thoma, S., J., Narvaez, D., & Rest, J. (April, 1998). How does moral judgment relate to political attitudes? Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Narvaez, D., Gleason, T., Mitchell, C., & Bentley, J. (April, 1998). A new method for measuring moral cognition in children. American Educational Research Association, San Diego.

Narvaez, D., Linzie, B., Mitchell, C. (February, 1998). Do cultural groups differ in how they read moral texts? Annual meeting for the Society for Cross-Cultural Research, St. Petersburg, Florida.

Narvaez, D., Bebeau, M., Thoma, S. & Pritchard, M. (November, 1997). A neo-Kohlbergian approach to moral development.  Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Atlanta.

Narvaez, D. (October, 1997). Individual differences in moral judgment schemas: Effects on moral text comprehension.  Conference on the Future of Learning and Individual Differences Research: Processes, Traits, and Content, Minneapolis.

Narvaez, D., Gleason, T., Bentley, J. & Samuels, J. (March, 1997). Moral story message comprehension: Similarities and differences in third, fifth graders and adults.  Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

Bents, M., Narvaez, D., Golez, F., & Wilson, W. (February, 1997). A multifaceted diversity plan. Annual meeting of the American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education, Phoenix.

Narvaez, D. (November, 1996). Moral decision making in multicultural settings.  Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Ottawa.

Narvaez, D. (November, 1996).  Is the brain more attuned to moral interactions? Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Ottawa.

Narvaez, D., Samuels, J., Bentley, J. & Gleason, T. (November, 1996). Moral story comprehension in school children.  Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Ottawa.

Narvaez, D., Bents, M., Golez, F., Paige, M., Wilson, W. (November, 1996). Responding to diversity: One college’s experience.  National Association for Multicultural Education, Minneapolis, MN.

Narvaez, D. (June, 1996). Moral narrative comprehension: The effects of moral judgment development. 26th Annual Symposium of the Jean Piaget Society, Philadelphia.

Narvaez, D. (April, 1996). Reading moral stories: Path to moral literacy?  Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York.

Narvaez, D. (April, 1996). Moral perception: A new construct?  Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York.

Bebeau, M., Narvaez, D. & Rest, J. (November, 1995). A plan for moral education.  Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education.  New York.

Narvaez, D. (November, 1995). A new index for the Defining Issues Test.  Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education.  New York.

Narvaez, D. (November, 1995). Expert-novice differences in the comprehension of moral stories.  Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education.  New York.

Narvaez, D. (July, 1995). Recalling moral texts: Similarities and differences, experts and novices.  Annual meeting of the Society for Text and Discourse.  Albuquerque, NM.

Bents, M. & Narvaez, D. (February, 1995). Steps toward diversity.  Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education.  Washington, D.C.

Bents, M. & Narvaez, D. (November, 1994).  Building diversity in teacher education.  Annual Meeting for the Minnesota College Personnel Association.  St. Paul, Minnesota.

Narvaez, D., Bebeau, M., Bredemeier, B., McNeel, S., Thoma, S. (November, 1994).  Moral development in the professions. Association for Moral Education annual meeting, Banff, Alberta, Canada.

Narvaez, D. (November, 1993). Opening a new window into the moral mind: Recall for moral narratives.  Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education.  Tallahassee, Florida.

Narvaez, D. (April, 1993). Moral judgment and text processing. Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Atlanta, Georgia.

Narvaez, D. (November, 1992). Moral discourse processing. Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education.  Toronto, Ontario.

van den Broek, P., Rohleder, L. & Narvaez, D. (May, 1992). Elaborative inferences and reinstatements in the comprehension of literary texts. International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature (IGEL). Memphis, Tennessee.

Narvaez, D. (November, 1991). Moral judgment and the gifted.  Annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education.  Athens, Georgia.

Narvaez, D. (July-August, 1991). Moral judgment research on gifted adolescents. Ninth World Conference on Gifted and Talented Children: Talent for the Future. The Hague, The Netherlands.

 

Conference Organizing

 

Sustainable Wisdom: Integrating Indigenous Wisdom for Global Flourishing, September 12-15, 2016, UND

Pathways to Child Flourishing, September 26-30, 2014, University of Notre Dame

Virtue and Its Development, May 19-22, 2014, University of Notre Dame

Human Evolution and Human Development, October 4-7, 2012, University of Notre Dame

Human Nature and Early Experience: Addressing the “Environment of Evolutionary Adaptedness”, October 10-12, 2010, University of Notre Dame

Moral Self and Identity, November, 2008, University of Notre Dame
Moral Personality, October, 2006, University of Notre Dame

 

FUNDED GRANTS AND SPONSORED PROGRAMS

 

“Self, Virtue and Public Life” Snow, N. (PI) & Narvaez, D. (Co-Director), Templeton Religion Trust, $3.9 million (09/01/2018-08/31/2021)

“Developing Virtues in the Practice of Science” Deane-Drummond, C. (PI), Narvaez, D. (Co-PI), Stapleford, T. (Co-PI). Templeton Religion Trust, $3.1 million (01/01/2016-12/31/2018)

“Self, Motivation, and Virtue” Snow, N. (PI) & Narvaez, D. (Co-PI), Templeton Religion Trust, $2.6 million (01/01/2015-12/31/2017)

“Sustainable Wisdom: Integrating Indigenous Wisdom for Global Flourishing” (Sept 2016). Narvaez, D. (PI). Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts Henkels lecture series, $20,000 (and raised an additional $35,000 from across campus)

“Assessing and exploring the “moral stress” pilots experience when operating remotely-piloted aircraft in combat, disaster management and surveillance missions” Team member with Mike Villano, Chuck Crowell (Markus Christen, PI, U of Zurich) (funded by Swiss government)

“Pathways to Child Flourishing” Narvaez, D. (PI). Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts Henkels lecture series, $20,000 (and raised an additional $25,000 from campus sources)

“First Birthday Club” Narvaez, D. (PI), Lefever, J. Wang, L., Cheng, Y., & Gleason, T. University of Notre Dame Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts. $5,000

“Early Caregiving Environments and Virtue Development in Young Children” Narvaez, D. (PI). Kroc Institute Fellow Grant, $4000

“First Birthday Club” Narvaez, D. (PI). Institute for Educational Initiatives, $20,000

“First Birthday Club” Narvaez, D. (PI). Department of Psychology, $10,000

“Human Evolution and Human Development.” Narvaez, D. (PI) & A. Fuentes (co-P.I.). 2012 Symposium, Society for Research in Child Development Strategic Plan, $20,000

“Virtue Reading Group” Narvaez, D. (PI), Notre Dame Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, $5,000

“First Birthday Club” Narvaez, D., Wang, L., Cheng, A., & Lefever, J. Notre Dame Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, $7478

“Human Nature and Early Experience: ‘Addressing the Environment of Evolutionary Adaptedness’” Narvaez, D. (PI). Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts Henkels lecture series, $20,000 (and raised an additional $20,000 from campus and local sources)

“Early Caregiving and Child Social, Cognitive and Moral Development” Narvaez, D., Wang, L., Cheng, A., & Lefever, J. Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, $10,000

“Symposium on Moral Personality” Narvaez, D. (PI) Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts Henkels lecture series, $15,000

“The Science of Virtue: Educating Expertise for Morally-Engaged Citizenship” Narvaez, D. (PI)

Spencer Foundation, $40,000

“Symposium on Moral Personality” Narvaez, D. (PI). Campus funding, $15,000

“Triune Ethics” Narvaez, D. (PI) ND Office of Reseach, $10,000

“Center for Ethical Education” Narvaez, D. (PI, Director) Institute for Educational Initiatives, $210,000

“Center for Ethical Education” Narvaez, D. (PI, Director) Internal funds, $43,000

“The Nature of Moral Character: Integrating Psychological Science with Philosophical and Theological Perspectives” Narvaez, D. (PI) Notre Dame Erasmus Institute Year-long Fellowship, $60,000

“Motivational and Character Developing Classrooms” Narvaez, D. and Tonia Bock (Co-PI) Pilot Project on   College of Arts and Letters, Institutional Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, $10,000

“Civic Responsibility Skills for Facing and Defacing Graffiti” Narvaez, D. (Co-PI With Navarre Middle School) Kenan Institute for Ethics, Duke University, $3000

“Preparing Teachers to use the ‘Constructing Ethical Expertise’ Framework” Narvaez, D. (PI) Notre Dame Institutional Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, $10,000

Various additional course development grants, small research grants, paid leaves and travel grants under $10,000 from Notre Dame entities

 

University of Minnesota prior to Fall, 2000:

“USIA/CUAP Civil Education Partnership” Narvaez, D. (Faculty Participant; Cogan, P.I.) U.S. Information Agency, $503,700

“Moral Identity and Drug Abuse”   Narvaez, D. (P.I.) Supplementary grant to grant # DA 11994-02 (Cheryl Perry, PI) “A Community-Based Evaluation of DARE and DARE PLUS” NIH: National Institute for Drug Abuse, $128,446

Psychological and roadway correlates of aggressive driving” Narvaez, D. (co-P.I. with K. Harder and T. Kinney) Minnesota Center for Transportation Studies, $50,000

“Voices from our communities: Different stories, same values” Narvaez, D. (P.I.) Character Education Partnership Grant: Grant # R215V980001 (submitted under the auspices of the MN Dept of Children, Youth and Families but I wrote it; $250,000/year for four years, $1 million total), $306,000

Various small research grants and paid leaves under $10,000 at the University of Minnesota

 

MASTER’S THESES DIRECTED

 

Jennifer Bentley (UMN, EPsy, 1996). Children’s theme comprehension.

Tonia Bock (2002). Conflict Resolution in middle school.

Amanda Matthews (2005). The Technological World Scale

Anna Gomberg (non-empirical, 2006)

Nick Lynchard (2006).  How Does Addictive Substance Familiarity Affect Moral Judgment, Memory, and Recall in Substance-Related Texts?

Jenny Vaydich (2007). Anger Regulation Mediates the Relation Between Perceptions of Parents and Externalizing Behaviors

Jeff Brooks (2011). Helping the Less Fortunate: The Interaction Between Cultural and Economic Conservatism

Angela Kurth (2017). The Relation of Still Face Behavior and Parenting Consistent with the Evolved Developmental Niche.

 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS DIRECTED

 

Dissertations Advised

 

Ruth Schiller (UMN, EPsy 1996). The relationship of developmental tasks to life satisfaction, moral reasoning, and occupational attainment at 28

Dan Nelson (UMN, EPsy, 1998). The development of moral judgment, religiousness, and general knowledge

Chin Yeap (UMN, CI, 2000). An analysis of the effects of moral education interventions on the development of moral cognition.

Christyan Mitchell (UMN, EPsy, 2000). Investigating the nature and validity of DIT2 using four validity criteria.

Tonia Bock (2004). And the message of the story is…

Jenny Vaydich (2011). The Influence of emotion regulation on aggressive behavior in the face of provocation

Angela Kurth (2019). Sensitivity and Touch and the Relation to Affect and Behavior Regulation

 

 

ND Dissertation Committees 2005—present (NOTE: records not kept for prior years)

 

Lideth Ortega-Villalobos—Advisor: Don Pope-Davis

Shannon Carothers—2005—Advisor: John Borkowski

Angela Krumm—2005– Advisor: Alexandra Corning

Jarren Gonzales – 2005—Advisor: Don Pope-Davis

Angelina (Hill) Copeland – 2006 – Advisor: Gabriel Radvansky

Kathleen (Targowski) Ashenfelter – 2006 – Advisor: Steven Boker

Melissa George – 2010 – Advisor: E. Mark Cummings

Melissa George – 2010 – Advisor: E. Mark Cummings

Michael Deem –2015—Adviser: Grant Ramsey

Gillian Joiner—2017, University of Tasmania

Dan Staines—2017, University of New South Wales

Joam Evans Pim, 2018, Abo Akademi, Finland

 

OTHER NOTABLE MENTORING CONTRIBUTIONS (through 2018)

9 First Year Graduate Projects supervised

19 Undergraduate Senior Theses supervised

4 McNair-Candax summer program students supervised

14 UROP summer projects supervised

 

CLASSES TAUGHT

Freshman Seminar: Psychology, Science and Morality in the Anthropocene

Sophomore Seminar: Constructing a Good Life

Senior Seminar: Morality, Parenting and Nature Connection in the Anthropocene

Post-Baccalaureate: Educational Psychology

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS (some are intermittent)

 

AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science)

APS (Association for Psychological Science)

AERA (American Educational Research Association): Special Interest Groups: Early Education and Child Development, Moral Development and Education, Social and Emotional Learning, Peace Education, Spiritual Education, Indigenous Peoples of the Americas

AME (Association for Moral Education)

APA (American Psychological Association): Divisions: Educational, Experimental, General, Humanistic, Personality and Social Psychology, Theoretical

ISPP (International Society for Political Psychology)

Polanyi Society

SSHD (Society for the Study of Human Development)

SRCD (Society for Research in Child Development)

SPSP (Society for Personality and Social Psychology)

OTHER NOTABLE CONTRIBUTIONS (most recent listed first)

 

National/International Service since 1993

 

Editorial Roles

Co-editor of special issue on Self, Motivation and Virtue for Journal of Moral Education (2019)

Editor, Journal of Moral Education                                                           2012-2017 (service: 2011-2018)

Book review editor, Journal of Moral Education                                                               2004-2010

Newsletter Editor, American Educational Research Association Moral Development            2003-2005

and Education Special Interest Group

 

Member, Editorial Board

       Journal of Moral Cognition and Communication                                                                  2017-2018

       Journal of Human Lactation                                                                                           2016-present

Journal of Catholic Education                                                                                            2007-2015

       Journal for Organizational Moral Psychology                                                                   2009-present

       Alliance for Catholic Education Press                                                                                  2007-2014

       Society for Research in Child Development Monographs                                                     2009-2012      

       Journal of Moral Education                                                                                                1998-2011

       Journal of Educational Psychology                                                                                     1999-2009      

       Republicana, Revista de la sociedad y politica (Journal of society and politics)               Fall 2002- 2008

American Educational Research Journal                                                                           1995-1998

 

Ad-hoc reviewer

            Psychological Review, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, American Educational Research Journal, Child Development, Developmental Psychology, Political Psychology, Journal of Educational Psychology, Discourse Processes, Urban Education, Journal of Research in Character Education, Memory and Cognition, Journal for Research in Adolescence, Human Development, Applied Developmental Psychology, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Teacher Education, Psicologia, Philosophical Psychology, Journal of Applied Cognitive Psychology, Media Psychology, European Journal of Personality, Personality and Individual Differences, PLOS One, International J of Intercultural Relations, Memory, Political Psychology, J of Business Ethics, Philosophical Psychology, Education Researcher, Developmental Psychology; Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition, Cognition, JPSP, Topoi, Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, Guilford Press, Handbook of Educational Psychology, PSPB, Teacher and Teacher Education, Cross-Cultural Psychology, Journal of Human Lactation, PLOS One, European Journal of Personality, Teaching and Teacher Education

 

Grant Proposal Reviewer

Templeton Foundation, Austrian Science Fund, Swiss National Science Foundation, Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada,  French National Research Agency, Einstein Society, Programme Youth and Family of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, University of Chicago Science of Virtues Project, Field Initiated Evaluations of Education Innovation Program,        Institute of Education Sciences, US Department of Education, NSF proposal reviewer, American Psychological Association Dissertation awards, Jubilee Center, Croatian Science Foundation, Academy of Finland

 

Professional Meeting Proposal Reviewer

Society for Philosophy and Psychology, American Educational Research Association: Divisions C, E, I, Special Interest Group on Moral development & education, SRCD

 

Professional Leadership roles

William James Book Award Committee, APA Division 1                                                    2019

Member, Advisory Board, Self-Regulation Institute                                                           2018-present

Member, Advisory Board, Institute for Human Flourishing, University of Oklahoma              2015-present

Member, Journal of Moral Education Trust Board                                                              2011-2018

Member, Educational Advisory Council, Character Education Partnership                           2009-2015

Chair, Awards Committee, Moral Development and Education Special Interest Group,

American Educational Research Association                                                       2012-2015

Chair, Moral Development and Education Special Interest Group,

American Educational Research Association                                                       2008-2012

Organizer of symposia on moral personality                                                                     2006, 2008

Member, Academic Advisory Panel, Stanford Center on Adolescence                                2005-2010

Member, National Expert Panel on Child and Adolescent Development for

National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education                                        November 2009

Member, Advisory Board, National Clearinghouse for the Teaching of Character

in Educator Preparation Programs                                                           Spring 2003-2007

Member, Education Awards Committee, Stanford Center on Adolescence                          2005-2009

Member, Center Resource Group, Character Education and Civic Engagement                  March, 2004

AERA Division E Awards Committee for Human Development                                           2002

Technical Assistance Center, Listening Session, U.S. Department of Education, Arlington VA

Program Chair, Annual Meeting of the Association for Moral Education, Minneapolis                 1999

Member, Publications Committee, Association for Moral Education                                             1997-2001

Member, Membership Committee, Association for Moral Education                                             1996-2001

Secretary, Executive Board of the Association for Moral Education                                             1996-2000

Member, Executive Board, Association for Moral Education                                                        1994-2001

Election officer, Executive Board of the Association for Moral Education                               1995 and 1996

Consultant for designing the education system of Eritrea, East Africa                                       Spring, 1994

University of Asmara, Eritrea

Other service not listed includes reviewing textbooks and book proposals, consulting on various research projects at other universities, chairing sessions at professional meetings

 

University of Notre Dame Service (2000-present)

 

Kroc Institute Graduate Admissions Committee for 2017                                                   2016-2017

Social Science Judge for 2015 Research Symposium the sponsored by

The Graduate Student Union and Office for Postdoctoral Scholars                         April, 2015

Consultant on Reilly center ESSE grant NSF, “Citizen-Scientists as Agents

of Change: Training the Trainer in the Ethics of Science and Technology”               2014-2016

Senior Assistant Provost for Faculty Affairs                                                          January 2013-July 2014

Appointed Member and Chair, Institutional Review Board                                                  2010-2014

Member, NDIAS Science Fellows Selection Committee                                                    Fall 2012

Appointed Member, Notre Dame Forum on Education                                           spring, 2011-2012

Appointed Member, Executive Committee, Institute for Latino Studies                                2008-2012

Appointed member, University Committee on Energy and Environment                              2006-2008

Elected member, Graduate Council Executive Committee                                                 2006-2007

Appointed Member, Kroc Institute Graduate Advisory Council                                            2006-2012

Chair, Intercultural Communication Ethics: Before the Conversation Begins.           November, 2007

Notre Dame Conference, The Dialogue of Cultures

Discussion leader, Freshman Orientation                                                                         Fall, 2006

Appointed Member, Academic Advisory Council, Center for Social Concerns                      2006-2011

Appointed Member, University Honor Code Committee                                   Summer 2006-Fall 2007

Appointed Member, Academic Life and Student Life Committee                            Spring, 2006-2009

Appointed member, Graduate Council Subcommittee on the Handbook                              2006-2007

Elected member, Graduate Council                                                                                 Fall, 2006-2009

Member, Faculty Advisory Panel, Office of Drug and Alcohol Education                             Spring, 2006

Member, Cyber Vice Working Group                                                                                Spring, 2006

Speaker, Interrace Forum on Terrorism: Then and Now                                        February 1, 2006

Founder of ScreenPeace and GreenScreen campus film festivals                                               2005-2006

Dorm Discussion leader, Inaugural discussion of M. Marty’s book, When Faiths Collide               Sept, 2005

Director, Center for Ethical Education                                                                            Spring, 2004-2008

Appointed Member, Sexual harassment committee                                                                Spring, 2004

Steering committee, new Center for Ethical Development                                                           2003-2004

Adviser, Kaneb-sponsored project: Cognitive and moral learning through

a community-based ethics initiative in the Mendoza College of Business                     Spring, 2003-2005

Appointed Member, Valedictorian Selection Committee                                                          Spring, 2003

Substitute Member, Graduate Council                                                                                   Spring, 2003

Appointed Member, Advisory Board, Institute for Latino Studies                                                  2002-2007

Appointed Member, NCAA subcommittee on Academic Integrity                                                 2002-2003

Appointed Member, Advisory Board, Alliance for Catholic Education                                           2000-2008

 

Service in the College of Arts and Letters (2000-present)

 

Member, College Council                                                                                               2014-2017

Member, Graduate Student Travel fund applications for ISLA                                            Fall 2015

Appointed Member, Search Committee for Director of Institute for Latino Studies                2011-2012

Appointed Member, College Emeritae Office Committee                                                   2010-2012

Appointed Member, College Seminar Planning Committee                                                2010-2011

Elected member, College Appeals Committee                                                                       2006-2007

Appointed Member, Women’s Task Force                                                                          Spring, 2006

Appointed Member, Inside/Outside Award Committee                                                         Spring, 2006

Appointed Member, Faculty Leave Committee                                                                 Fall, 2005

Chair, College Environmental Task Force                                                                          2005-2008

Appointed Member, Committee on Administrative Appointments                                              Spring, 2005

Appointed Member, College Honorary Degree Committee                                                          2004-2005

Elected member, College Council                                                                                             2004-2007

Reviewer, ISLA Course Proposal Grants                                                                               Spring, 2003

Appointed Member, Tenure Review Committee for Julie Turner                                                  2002-2003

Appointed Member, Committee for Multi-year Collaborative Research Grants, ISLA                  Spring, 2002

 

Service in the Department of Psychology (2000-present)

 

Member, Diversity Committee                                                                                              2017-present

Prelim reader                                                                                       Fall 2016, Spring, 2018, Fall 2018

Member, Communications and Website Committee                                                                   2014-2018

Member, Planning Committee                                                                                                  2012-2017

Member, Undergraduate Studies Committee                                                                             2009-2012

Chair, Search Committee for Social Psychologist (joint with Kroc)                                               2009-2010

Publicity Committee                                                                                                      Spring 2006-2009

CAP Liaison Member, Cognitive Search Committee                                                                    Fall, 2006

Appointed Member, IEI Faculty Search Committee                                                                     Fall, 2005

Head, Cognitive Program                                                                                                        2004-2005

Elected Member, Committee on Appointments and Promotion                           2004-2005; 2005-Dec 2006

Appointed Member, Cognitive Faculty Search Committee                                                                  2004

Appointed Member, Student TA committee                                                                                       2004

Member, Steering Committee, Applied Masters in Ethics and Human Development                      2003-2007

Appointed Member, Cognitive Psychology Senior Search Committee                                          2002-2003

Appointed Member, Library Committee, Department of Psychology                                             2002-2004

Appointed Member and chair, Nomination committee for Kaneb teaching award                              2002

 

Sample Recent Community Service

 

Member, Advisory Board, Self Regulation Institute                                                            2019-present

Member, Advisory Board, Your Whole Baby                                                                     2019-present

Member, Advisory Board, uLEAD                                                                                    2016-present

Member, Executive Advisory Board, Kindred                                                                    2015-present

Member, Board of Directors, Attachment Parenting International                                        2014-present

Adviser, Wisdom Thinkers Network                                                                                 2014-present

Co-coordinator, St. Joseph County Breastfeeding Coalition                                               2013-2018

Member, Advisory Board, Kerulos Center                                                                        2011-present

Member, Breastfeeding Coalition of St. Joseph County                                                     2010-2018

Blog: “Moral Landscapes,” Psychology Today (over 12.3 million hits in June 2019)              2009-present

Member, Executive Board, Center for Environmental Justice and Children’s Health             2008-2018

Member, Board, America’s Angel                                                                                    2013-2015

 

Media Outreach

 

Regular media interviews on morality, parenting and human development (e.g., Academic Minute, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Time, Parent Magazine, Mothering, Huffington Post, National Public Radio, BBCradio).

 

Many podcast interviews, for example:

 

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-56-dr-darcia-narvaez-reclaiming-humanity/id1212789850?i=1000426310038&mt=2

 

http://primalhappiness.co/podcast/episode117/

 

http://primalhappiness.co/podcast/episode124/

 

https://soundcloud.com/lastborninthewilderness/episode-69-the-bow-that-is-stable-wise-knowledgeable-child-rearing-w-darcia-narvaez-phd

 

http://www.jameswjesso.com/primal-parenting-evolved-nest-w-darcia-narvaez-ph-d-ep-52/

 

http://wildrootspodcast.buzzsprout.com/242398/1254071-ep-8-our-primal-nest-the-development-of-the-moral-human-being

 

https://anchor.fm/emily033/episodes/1–Darcia-Narvaez-What-Does-A-Human-Really-Need-e451ef