Biswas-Diener, R., & Jhangiani, R. (2016, January). Textbooks are dead and traditional assignments suck. Participant idea exchange at the 38th Annual National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology, St. Pete’s Beach, FL.

Jhangiani, R., Key, J., Hendricks, C., Pitt, B., & Lalonde, C. (2015, November). Faculty attitudes towards OER and open textbooks in British Columbia and beyond. Presentation at the OpenEd 15 Conference. Vancouver, BC.

Dastur, F., Le Grand, R., Jhangiani, R., & Penner, K. (2015, November). Introductory psychology textbooks: The roles of online vs. print and open vs. traditional textbooks. Presentation at the OpenEd 15 Conference. Vancouver, BC.

Jhangiani, R. (2015, November). Avoiding unintended negative consequences of multiple-choice testing. 2015 Symposium on Scholarly Teaching & Learning in Post-Secondary Education. Vancouver, BC.

Jhangiani, R. (2015, November). The psychology of good and evil. KPU-Science World Speaker series, Science World, Vancouver, BC. [Storify]

Jhangiani, R. (2015, July). Multiple-choice testing and the misinformation effect. Talk at the 5th Vancouver International Conference on the Teaching of Psychology. Vancouver, BC.

Le Grand, R., Dastur, F., Jhangiani, R., & Penner, K. (2015, July). Using open textbooks for teaching introductory psychology. Talk at the 5th Vancouver International Conference on the Teaching of Psychology. Vancouver, BC.

Deutschmann, R., Lang, E., & Jhangiani, R. (2015, July). Open vs. traditional textbooks for introductory psychology: A quantitative content analysis. Poster presentation at the 5th Vancouver International Conference on the Teaching of Psychology. Vancouver, BC.

Jhangiani, R. (2015, July). Ditch the disposable and leave a legacy: “Giving psychology away” via open pedagogy. Talk at the Fourth Annual Psychology One Conference at Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA.

Jhangiani, R., & Suedfeld, P. (2015, July). An integrative complexity analysis of the contemporary conflict between North and South Korea. In A. Conning (Chair), Using measures of conceptual complexity to understand the behaviour of dictators and other political leaders. Symposium at the 38th Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, San Diego, CA.

Hendricks, C., & Jhangiani, R. (2015, June). Enhancing pedagogy with open textbooks and other OER. Interactive session at the 35th Annual Conference of the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Vancouver, BC.

Jhangiani, R., Key, J., & Hendricks, C. (2015, May). Faculty Attitudes Towards and Experiences With OER and Open Textbooks. Presentation at the 2015 Open Textbook Summit. Vancouver, BC.

Jhangiani, R. (2015, April). Using open pedagogy to promote critical skill development. Presentation at the Teaching Introductory Psychology Northwest Conference. Des Moines, WA.

Jhangiani, R. (2015, March). Integrative complexity as a crystal ball: How cognitive processing predicts war and peace, success and failure, & life and death. Arts Research & Scholarship speaker series. Kwantlen Polytechnic University.

Pitt, B., & Jhangiani, R. (2015, March). Distinguishing the dOERs: Faculty use of open educational resources. BCcampus webinar for open education week.

Jhangiani, R. (2015, January). Peer-assessed formative in-class quizzes enhance subsequent exam performance. Poster presentation at the 37th Annual National Institute for the Teaching of Psychology, St. Pete Beach, FL.

Jhangiani, R., & Dastur, F. (2014, October). Opening up psychology: Adopting open textbooks, open pedagogy, and an open philosophy in the classroom. Symposium at the Society for the Teaching of Psychology’s Annual Conference on Teaching, Atlanta, GA.

Jhangiani, R. (2014, July). Using the Stanford Prison “Experiment” to teach research methods and ethics. Presentation at the 2nd Annual Psychology One Conference, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA.

Jhangiani, R. (2014, June). Would you please stop smiling at your crotch? Predictors of student classroom smartphone use and faculty course smartphone policies. Poster presentation at the Spring Workshop of the Educational Technology Users Group, Vancouver, Canada.

Bothen, K., Furby, R., Giovannetti, M., Gunness, M., Jhangiani, R., Johanson, R., Kiamanesh, M., Rezaie, E., & Walker, L. (2014, June). Fostering a Culture of Innovation through a Faculty Learning Community. Workshop at the Spring Workshop of the Educational Technology Users Group, Vancouver, Canada.

Jhangiani, R. (2014, May). Would you please stop smiling at your crotch? Predictors of student classroom smartphone use and faculty course smartphone policies. Poster presentation at the 26th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.

Jhangiani, R. (2014, May). Cognitive management in an enduring international sporting rivalry: Ashes test cricket. Poster presentation at the 26th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.

Jhangiani, R. (2013, July). Apple, Blackberry, and the fruits of one’s labour: Faculty perceptions and student reports of unsanctioned smartphone use in the classroom. Paper presentation at the 4th Vancouver International Conference on the Teaching of Psychology, Vancouver, Canada.

Daniel, D., Atkinson, J., Jhangiani, R., Johnsrude, I., Joordens, S., & Kim, J. (2013, July). Taking learning online: A fishbowl discussion. Presentation at the 2nd Annual Psychology One Conference, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA.

Jhangiani, R. (2013, May). Massive open online courses (MOOCs): Promises and pitfalls. Professional Development Seminar, Capilano University.

Jhangiani, R. (2012, October). The psychology of good and evil. Invited Public Lecture hosted by the Centre for Inquiry. Vancouver, Canada.

Jhangiani, R. (2012, July). The nature of evil. Philosopher’s Café series. Vancouver, Canada.

Jhangiani, R. (2012, May). Alternative Approaches to Peer Assessment with Students. Professional Development Seminar, Capilano University.

Jhangiani, R. (2012, March). Psychology of genocide. Capilano Universe public lecture series. Gibsons, Canada.

Jhangiani, R. (2012, February). Ethical Dimensions of Teaching: Representations of Violence. Capilano University Teaching & Learning Forum.

Jhangiani, R. (2011, November). “I had no choice”: The psychology of good and evil. Annual Krystallnacht lecture at Har El congregation. West Vancouver, Canada.

Jhangiani, R. (2011, May). Smartphone use in the classroom: A study of student reports and faculty perceptions. Professional development workshop, Capilano University.

Jhangiani, R. (2011, January). Psychology of genocide. Capilano Universe public lecture series. North Vancouver, Canada.

Jhangiani, R. (2010, March). Students using their laptops in class – study aid or annoyance? Professional development seminar, Capilano University.

Jhangiani, R. (2009, July). On rotten apples, rotten barrels, and rotten science: Using the Stanford Prison “Experiment” to teach research methods and ethics in the classroom. Paper presentation at the 2nd Vancouver International Conference for the Teaching of Psychology, Vancouver, Canada.

Jhangiani, R. (2009, July). Student laptop use (and misuse) in the classroom: What the data say. Poster presentation at the 2nd Vancouver International Conference for the Teaching of Psychology, Vancouver, Canada.

Jhangiani, R. (2009, July). The speech from the throne as a crystal ball: The integrative complexity of 22 Canadian prime ministers. In M. Miklaucic (Chair), Public opinion and leadership. Symposium at the 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Dublin, Ireland.

Jhangiani, R., & Suedfeld, P. (2009, July). Using thematic content analysis to assess the likelihood of foreknowledge of the November 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai. In J. S. Levy (Chair), Dynamics of political conflict and violence. Symposium at the 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Dublin, Ireland.

Suedfeld, P., Jhangiani, R., & Paton, A. (2009, July). Politics makes strange (metaphorical) bedfellows: Some initial examinations. In M. Cistulli (Chair), Analyzing elite speech. Symposium at the 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Dublin, Ireland.

Cross, R., Jhangiani, R., & Suedfeld, P. (2009, July). The cognitive processing and values of President Bush. In D. Masters (Chair), Public opinion and leadership. Symposium at the 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Dublin, Ireland. (withdrawn)

Jhangiani, R. (2009, May). Student laptop use (and misuse) in the classroom: What the data say. Professional development seminar, Capilano University.

Jhangiani, R. (2009, March). On rotten apples, rotten barrels, and rotten science: A reply to Philip Zimbardo. Invited talk, Kwantlen Psychology Society, Kwantlen Polytechnic University.

Jhangiani, R. (2009, February). The power of personality: The hidden truth behind the Stanford prison study. Invited talk, Psychology Students’ Association, Capilano University.

Jhangiani, R. (2008, July). Processing terror: US and Canadian students’ cognitive and emotional reactions in the aftermath of 9/11. In D. Masters (Chair), Reactions to terrorism. Symposium at the 31st Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Paris, France.

Cassel, L., Cross, R., Ivanova, V., Jhangiani, R., Legkaia, K., & Suedfeld, P. (2008, July). Psychological assessment at a distance: Values and integrative complexity of the 2008 U.S. presidential candidates. In C. De Landtsheer (Chair), Leader personality and government outcomes. Symposium at the 31st Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Paris, France.

Jhangiani, R. (2008, April). The structure of terror: Canadian and U.S. students’ cognitive and emotional responses in the aftermath of a terrorist attack. Poster presented at the Annual Research Day Celebration, Kwantlen University College, Surrey, Canada.

Jhangiani, R., & Suedfeld, P. (2008, April). The impact of regime change on the political perception of President George W. Bush. Poster presented at the Annual Research Day Celebration, Kwantlen University College, Surrey, Canada.

Jhangiani, R. (2007, July). Conveying disaster: Cognition and emotion of newscasters and political leaders during major terororist attacks. In M. Montero (Chair), Political figures, speeches, and audience reactions. Symposium at the 30th Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Portland, Oregon.

Jhangiani, R., Barrera, A., Cassel, L., Ivanova, V., Wilk, K., Jitlina, K., Mackenzie, S., Winrob, I., & Legkaia, K. (2007, May). How long will I love thee? Predicting college dating dissolution. Poster presented at the 87th Annual Convention of the Western Psychological Association, Vancouver, Canada.

Jhangiani, R. (2006, October). Accepting responsibility: The human element in disaster preparedness training. Breakout session at the 19th Emergency Preparedness Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

Jhangiani, R., Perrino, A., Rawn, C., Skinner, N., & Sterniczuk, R. (2006, June). What they expect you to pick up along the way: A workshop for new faculty and teaching assistants. Workshop at the 67th annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Calgary, Canada.

Jhangiani, R. (2005, July). An integrative complexity analysis of the South Asian nuclear race. In R. Jhangiani (Chair), Political leadership under pressure. Symposium at the 28th Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Toronto, Canada.

Jhangiani, R., & Suedfeld, P. (2005, July). Integrative complexity and emotional positivity during a terrorist attack. In R. Jhangiani (Chair), The emotional and cognitive responses to terrorism and violence. Symposium at the 28th Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Toronto, Canada.

Jhangiani, R. (2005, June). Predicting earthquake preparedness: Assessing the relative contributions of efficacy, experience, and expectations. Poster presented at the 66th annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Montreal, Canada.

Camilleri, J., Skinner, N., & Jhangiani, R. (2005, June). Effective strategies for the teaching assistant. Workshop at the 66th annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Montreal, Canada.

Jhangiani, R., & Suedfeld, P. (2004, December). The structure of terror: Cognitive processing in the face of a terrorist attack. Paper presented at the International Conference on Cognitive Science, Allahabad, India.

Jhangiani, R. (2004, June). From concept to percept: Priming the perception of ambiguous figures. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour, & Cognitive Science, St. John’s, Canada.

Suedfeld, P., Jhangiani, R., & Weiszbeck, T. (2003, July). Integrative complexity of leaders in the confrontation between India and Pakistan. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Boston, MA.

Jhangiani, R., & Suedfeld, P. (2001, June). The psychological effects of emergency preparedness courses. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Ste-Foy, Quebec.