Economic methodology; game theory; experimental economics of risk and time preferences, addiction and impulsive consumption; gambling behaviour and gambling regulatory policy; general philosophy of science



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CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
1. LaCasse, C., & Ross, D. Morality's last chance. In P. Danielson, ed., Modeling Rationality, Morality and Evolution. Oxford University Press, 1998.
2. Ross, D. Is cognitive science a discipline? In D. Johnson & C. Ernelling, eds., The Future of the Cognitive Revolution. Oxford University Press, 1997.
3. Ross, D. Chalmers's naturalistic dualism: A case study in the irrelevance of the mind-body problem to the scientific study of consciousness. In C.Erneling, & D. Johnson, eds., The Mind as Scientific Object. Oxford University Press, 2005, 165-175
4. Ross, D., & Bennett, F. The possibility of economic objectivity. In U. Mäki, ed., The Economic World View. Cambridge University Press 2001, 246-272.
5. Ross, D. Rainforest Realism: A Dennettian theory of existence. In D. Ross, D. Thompson & A. Brook, eds., Dennett's Philosophy: A Comprehensive Assessment. MIT Press / Bradford, 2000, 147-168.
6. Ross, D. The Dennettian stance. In D. Ross, D. Thompson & A. Brook, eds., Dennett's Philosophy: A Comprehensive Assessment. MIT Press / Bradford, 2000, 1-26.
7. Brook, A., & Ross, D. Dennett’s position in the intellectual world. In A. Brook & D. Ross, eds., Daniel Dennett. Cambridge University Press, 2002, 3-37.


  1. Ross, D., Dennettian behavioral explanations and the roles of the social sciences. In A. Brook & D. Ross, eds., Daniel Dennett. Cambridge University Press, 2002, 140-183.




  1. Ross, D. Dennett and the Darwin wars. In A. Brook & D. Ross, eds., Daniel Dennett. Cambridge University Press, 2002, 271-293.




  1. Ross, D. Law and Economics. In D. Moelendorf & C. Roederer, eds., South African Handbook of Jurisprudence. Juta, 2004.




  1. Ross, D. The WTO, unfair trade and development. In M. Ayogu & D. Ross, eds., Development Dilemmas. Routledge, 2004, 144-169.




  1. Ross, D. The economics of the sub-personal: Two research programs. In B. Montero & M. White, eds. Economics and the Mind. Routledge, 2006, pp. 41-57.




  1. Ross, D. The early Darwinians, natural selection and cognitive science. In A. Brook, ed., The Prehistory of Cognitive Science. London: Macmillan Palgrave, 2007, pp. 139-157.




  1. Ross, D. Integrating the dynamics of multi-scale economic agency. In H. Kincaid & D. Ross, eds., Handbook of the Philosophy of Economics, Oxford University Press, 2009, pp. 245-279.




  1. Ross, D. The economic agent: Not human, but important. In U. Mäki, ed., Handbook of the Philosophy of Science, v. 13: Economics. Elsevier, 2012, pp. 691-735.




  1. Ross, D. Economic theory, anti-economics and political ideology. In U. Mäki, ed., Handbook of the Philosophy of Science, v. 13: Economics. Elsevier, 2012, pp. 241-285.




  1. Ross, D. The economics and evolution of selves. In D. Ross, D. Spurrett, H. Kincaid & L. Stephens, eds., Distributed Cognition and the Will. MIT Press, 2007, pp. 197-226.




  1. Ross, D., and Ladyman, J. The alleged coupling-constitution fallacy and mature sciences. In R. Menary, ed., The Extended Mind. MIT Press 2010, pp. 155-166.




  1. Ross, D. Economic models of procrastination. In C. Andreou & M. White, eds., The Thief of Time, Oxford University Press, 2010, pp. 28-50.




  1. Ross, D. Economic models of addiction. In D. Ross, H. Kincaid, D. Spurrett & P. Collins, eds., What is Addiction? MIT Press, 2010, pp. 131-158.




  1. Ross, D. Naturalism: The place of society in nature. In I. Jarvie & J. Zamorra-Bonilla, eds., The Sage Handbook of Philosophy of Social Science. Sage, 2010, pp. 121-136.



  2. Ross, D. Neuroeconomics and economic methodology. In J. Davis & W.D. Hands, eds. The Elgar Companion to Recent Economic Methodology. London: Edward Elgar, 2012, pp. 61-93.




  1. Ross, D. Mäki’s realism and the scope of economics. In A. Lehtinen, J. Kuorikoski & P. Ylikoski, eds., Economics for Real: Uskali Mäki and the Place of Truth in Economics. London: Routledge, 2012, pp. 181-194.




  1. Ross, D. Hayek’s speculative psychology, the neuroscience of value estimation, and the basis of normative individualism. In L. Marsh, ed., Hayek in Mind: Hayek’s Philosophical Psychology. Bingley, UK: Emerald, 2011, pp. 51-72.




  1. Ross, D. Decision-making and substance abuse: A South African perspective. In G. Ellis, D. Stein, K. Thomas and E. Meintjes, eds., Substance use and abuse in South Africa. Cape Town: UCT Press, 2012, pp. 185-200.




  1. Ross, D. Coordination and the foundations of social intelligence. In H. Kincaid, ed., Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Social Science. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, pp. 481-506.



  2. Ross, D., Cognitive variables and parameters in economic models. In R. Sun, ed., Grounding Social Sciences in Cognitive Science, MIT Press, 2012, pp. 287-314.



  3. Ross, D., The evolution of individualistic norms. In K. Sterelny, R. Joyce, B. Calcott & B. Fraser, eds., Cooperation and its Evolution. MIT Press, 2013, pp. 17-43.



  4. Ross, D., Addictive, compulsive and other counter-normative consumption. In V. Wells & G. Foxall, eds., New Developments in Consumer Behavior. Edward Elgar, pp. 323-360.



  5. Ross, D., The picoeconomics of gambling addiction and supporting neural mechanisms. In N. Levy, ed., Addiction and Self Control. Oxford University Press, forthcoming.



  6. Favish, J., Ross, D., Inggs, S., Kathard, H., Clarkson, C., Case, J., Collier-Reed, B., & Reed, S., Reflections on developing distinctive University of Cape Town (UCT) graduate attributes. In M. Coetzee, J.-A. Botha, N. Eccles, N. Holtzhausen & H. Nienaber, eds., Developing Student Graduateness and Employability. Randburg: Knowres, 2012, pp. 207-225.



  7. Ross, D., A most rare achievement: Dennett’s scientific discovery in Content and Consciousness. In C. Munoz-Suarez & F. De Brigard, eds., Content and Consciousness 2.0. Cambridge University Press, forthcoming.



  8. J. Ladyman & D. Ross, The world in the data. In D. Ross, J. Ladyman & H. Kincaid, eds, Scientific Metaphysics. Oxford University Press 2012, pp. 108-150.



IN REFEREED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS


  1. Ross, D., & Dumouchel, P. Emotions, signalling and strategic coordination. Symposia of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence, 2001.




  1. Ross, D. Poor countries and moral critique of international economic institutions. In N. López Calera, ed., Globalization, Law and Economy / Globalización, Derecho y Economía. Proceedings of the 22nd IVR World Congress, 2005, Volume IV, pp. 307-321.




  1. Ross, D. Robbins, positivism and the demarcation of economics from psychology. In F. Cowell & A, Witztum, eds., Lionel Robbins’s Essay on the Nature and Significance of Economic Science. Proceedings of the 75th Anniversary Conference, London School of Economics, 2009, pp. 120-151.


REVIEW ARTICLES


  1. Ross, D. Review of materials for introducing cognitive science. Canadian Philosophical Reviews 11:225-230, 1991.




  1. Ross, D. Game theory as mathematics for biology. Biological Theory 2: 104-107, 2007.


REVIEWS
1. Ross, D. Review of Paul Thagard, Computational Philosophy of Science, Canadian Philosophical Reviews, 10:285-288, 1990.
2. Ross, D. Review of Leslie Burkholder, ed., Philosophy and the Computer, Philosophical Books 39-41, 1994.
3. Ross, D. Review of Paul Zingg, Harry Hooper: An American Baseball Life, Nine 3:137-140, 1994.
4. Ross, D. Review of Jack Copeland, Artificial Intelligence: A Philosophical Introduction, Philosophical Books 36:194-196, 1995.
5. Ross, D. Review of Stephen Fox, Big Leagues: Professional Baseball, Football and Basketball in National Memory, Nine 4, 1995.
6. Ross, D. Review of Michel Seymour, Pensée, langage et communauté. Philosophiques, 1997.
7. Ross, D. Review of E. Savellos and U. Yalcin, eds., Supervenience: New Essays, Philosophy in Review 17:144-147, 1997.
8. Ross, D. Review of Mark Addleson, Equilibrium Versus Understanding, Economics and Philosophy 14:163-168, 1998.
9. Ross, D. Review of Norton Nelkin, Consciousness and the Origins of Thought, Dialogue 37:456-458, 1999
10. Ross, D. Review of Stephen R.L. Clark, The Political Animal, Philosophy in Review 20:16-18, 2000.


  1. Ross, D. Review of Uskali Mäki, Fact and Fiction in Economics, Journal of Economic Methodology 2005.




  1. Ross, D. Review of Peter Hammerstein, ed., Genetic and Evolutionary Origins of Cooperation, Biological Theory 1: 428-430, 2007.




  1. Ross, D. Review of Francesco Guala, The Methodology of Experimental Economics. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 59: 247-252, 2008.




  1. Ross, D. Review of Philip Mirowski, The Effortless Economy of Science?, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 60: 659-665, 2009.




  1. Ross, D. Review of D. Hausman, ed., The Philosophy of Economics, 3rd Edition, Journal of Economic Literature 47: 174-177, 2009.




  1. Ross, D. Review of A. Caplin and A. Schotter, eds., The Methodology of Positive and Normative Economics: A Handbook. Journal of Economic Methodology 17: 87-92.




  1. Ross, D. Review of Ken Binmore, Rational Decisions. Economic Psychology 30: 828-829, 2009.




  1. Ross, D. Review of Vernon Smith, Rationality in Economics. Economics and Philosophy 25: 403-410, 2009.




  1. Ross, D. Review of Gene Heyman, Addiction: A Disorder of Choice. Economic Psychology 2010.




  1. Ross, D. Review of David Thompson, Daniel Dennett. International Journal of Philosophical Studies, 2010.




  1. Ross, D., Review of Bardsley et al, Experimental Economics: Re-Thinking the Rules, Journal of Economic Methodology 18: 189-193, 2011.

22. Ross, D., Review of Paul Glimcher, Foundations of Neuroeconomic Analysis. Economic Psychology, 2011.


23. Ross, D., Review of Maurice Lagueux, Rationality and Explanation in Economics. Dialogue, forthcoming.
24. Ross, D., Review of John Davis, Individuals and Identity in Economics. Journal of Economic Methodology 19: 446-451.

MISCELLANEOUS
About 150 articles in mass-market newspapers and magazines, mainly on trade and development policy in Africa.
Plus:
1. Ross, D., & Thorp, J. Qualia and materialism: Introduction. Dialogue 32:435-438, 1993.
2. Ross, D. Reply to Thagard. Dialogue 35:161-163.
3. Ross, D,. & A. Brook. Connectionism for Cognitive Scientists. Industry Canada Report, 1996.
4. Ross, D. Game Theory. In E. Zalta, et. al., eds., Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 1997. Revised 2001, 2005, 2009. http://plato.stanford.edu
5. Ross, D. Philosophy of science at the turn of the millenium: An overview. South African Journal of Philosophy, 18:91-99, 1999.
6. Ross, D. The game-theoretic innocence of experimental behavioral psychology (peer commentary). Behaviour and Brain Sciences 24: 426-427, 2001.


  1. Ross, D. The intentional stance. In The Macmillan Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science, 2002.




  1. Ross, D., & Muradzikwa, S. Assessing the value of roads. Civil Engineering 12: 19-20. 2004.




  1. Ross, D. Behavioral economics, neuroeconomics and problem gambling. Society for the Study of Gambling Newsletter 38: 4-23. 2005.




  1. Ross, D. On getting our money’s worth from infrastructure spending. SABITA Digest 2005: 13-24.




  1. Ross, D., Muradzikwa, S., & Cronje, P. A road is all you need: Development progress in Kwangwanase, KZN. SABITA Digest: 42-48, 2005.




  1. Ross, D., & Spurrett, D. Behavioral (pico)economics and the brain sciences (peer commentary). Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28: 659-660, 2005.




  1. Ross, D. Distinctive human social motivations in a game-theoretic framework (peer commentary).  Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28: 715-716, 2005.




  1. Ross, D., & Spurrett, D. Evolutionary psychology and functionally empty metaphors (peer commentary). Behavioral and Brain Sciences 29: 192-193, 2006.




  1. Ross, D. Choosing road surfaces: Bitumen, gravel and the price of petrol. SABITA Digest, 2007.




  1. Ross, D. Timing models of reward learning and core addictive processes in the brain (peer commentary). Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31: 457-458, 2008.




  1. Ross, D. Some mental disorders are based on networks, others on latent variables (peer commentary). Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33: 166-167, 2010.



  2. Ross, D. Special human vulnerability to low-cost collective punishment (peer commentary). Behavioral and Brain Sciences 35: 37-38 2012.



  3. Ross, D., Action-oriented predictive processing and the neuroeconomics of sub-cognitive reward (peer commentary). Behavioral and Brain Sciences, forthcoming.



  4. Ross, D., & Ladyman, J., Quantum probability, choice in large worlds, and the statistical structure of reality (peer commentary). Behavioral and Brain Sciences, forthcoming.


RECENT MAJOR CONSULTING REPORTS


  1. Ross, D. The Under-Provision and Under-Capitalization of Road Maintenance, Rehabilitation, Construction and Upgrading in South Africa: Analysis and Measures Toward Improvement. Prepared under contract to the South African Bitumin and Tar Association, 2001.




  1. Wolf, G., Hassan, S., Ross, D., & Kantor, B. The Unit Trust and Asset Fund Management Industry in South Africa: Prospects Under the Forthcoming Regulatory Environment. Prepared under contract to Investec (Pty.), South Africa, 2001.




  1. Ross, D., Spurrett, D., & Vuchinich, R. The Behavioral Economics and Neuroeconomics of Disordered Gambling: A Policy-Focused Survey of Research. Prepared under contract for the South African Responsible Gambling Foundation, 2006.




  1. Edwards, L., Ross, D., & Kantor, B. On the Need for Expert Study of the Economic Consequences of New Import Restrictions on Chinese Clothing and Textiles in South Africa. Prepared under contract to the South African Clothing and Textiles Retailers Association, 2006.




  1. Ross, D. South Africa’s Fruit Processing Industry: Competitiveness Factors and the Case for Sector-specific Industrial policy Measures. Prepared under contract to the National Department of Trade and Industry, South Africa, 2007.




  1. Brink, G., & Ross, D. Comments on Trade Commitment Compatibility and WTO Legality of Possible Industrial Policy Measures to Promote the Competitiveness of South African Processed Fruit Exports. Prepared under contract to the National Department of Trade and Industry, South Africa, 2007.




  1. Ross. D., & Field, K. South African Road Surfacing Policy, International Oil Price Changes, and the Shadow Pricing of Costs and Benefits. Prepared under contract to the Southern African Bitumen Association, 2007.




  1. Schwardmann, P., & Ross, D. Economic Evaluation of Potential Industrial Policy Measures to Expand the Profitability Frontier for South African Packaged Deciduous Fruit Exports. Prepared under contract to the National Department of Trade and Industry and the South African Fruit and Vegetable Canners Association, South Africa 2008.




  1. Harrison, G., & Ross, D. Collecting Societies for Rights to Transmission of Music in Large Retailer’s Outlets in South Africa: An Economic Inquiry. Prepared under contract to Berandt, Vukic, Potash and Getz, Attorneys, 2009.



  2. Schwardmann, P., & Ross, D. How the South African Fruit Canning Industry Can Respond to High Can Prices, a Strong Rand and the Global Economic Crisis: The Possibility of Importing Tinplate. Prepared under contract to the South African Fruit and Vegetable Canners Association, 2009.




  1. Ross, D. Collins, P., Dellis, A., Hofmeyr, A., Kincaid, H., Rousseau, J., Schuhr, A., Sharp, C., Visser, M., & Vuchinich, R. Summary of Basic Data on Gauteng Province from the National Urban Prevalence Study on Gambling Behaviour. Report prepared under contract to the Government of the Province of Gauteng, 2009.




  1. Ross, D. Collins, P., Dellis, A., Hofmeyr, A., Kincaid, H., Rousseau, J., Schuhr, A., Sharp, C., Visser, M., & Vuchinich, R. Summary of Basic Data on Cape Town from the National Urban Prevalence Study on Gambling Behaviour. Report prepared under contract to the Bureau of Economic Research, 2009.




  1. Ross, D. Collins, P., Dellis, A., Hofmeyr, A., Kincaid, H., Rousseau, J., Schuhr, A., Sharp, C., Visser, M., & Vuchinich, R. Summary of Basic Data from the National Urban Prevalence Study on Gambling Behaviour. Report prepared under contract to the Board of Directors of the National Responsible Gambling Programme, 2010.




  1. Ross, D., Scrap metal export restrictions around the world as of 2013: The external context for newly proposed non-automatic licensing measures in South Africa. Prepared under contract to Berandt, Vukic, Potash and Getz, Attorneys, 2013.



Conference Presentations and Invited Talks


REFEREED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS


  1. Metaphor and Logical Form. At the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Philosophical Association, Winnipeg, Manitoba, May 1986.




  1. Quine and Future Philosophical Method. At the Conference on the Future of Philosophy, Brock University, St. Catherines, Ontario, June 1987.




  1. Against Positing Central Systems in the Mind. At the Conference on the Philosophy of Mind, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, October 1987.




  1. Naturalism, Reliability and the Psychology of Perception. At the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Philosophical Association, Windsor, Ontario, May 1988.




  1. A Plea for a Naturalized Theory of Action and Practical Reasoning. At the Annual Meetings of the Ontario Philosophical Society, Kingston, Ontario, January 1989.




  1. Connectionism, GOFAI and Psychological Explanation. At the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Philosophical Association, Quebec City, Quebec, May 1989.




  1. Connectionism, GOFAI and Psychological Explanation (revised version). At the Annual Meetings of the American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, Atlanta, Georgia, December 1989.




  1. Two Dogmas of Functionalism. At the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Philosophical Association, Kingston, Ontario, May 1991.




  1. Engineering, Cognition and the Philosophy of Science. At the 9th World Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Uppsala, Sweden, August 1991.




  1. Semantic Interpretation of Hidden Unit Activity in PDP Networks. At the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Philosophical Association, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, May 1992.




  1. Realist Foundations for Microeconomics. At the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Philosophical Association, Carleton University, Ottawa, May 1993.




  1. Information, Intentionality and Natural Selection. With T. Zawidzki, at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science, Carleton University, Ottawa, May 1993.




  1. Against Normative Interpretation of Game Theory. With C. LaCasse, at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Philosophical Association, Calgary, June 1994.




  1. The Microeconomic Interpretation of Games. With C. LaCasse, at the Meetings of the Philosophy of Science Association, New Orleans, October 1994.




  1. The Possibility of Economic Objectivity. At the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Philosophical Association, Université du Québec à Montréal, June 1995.




  1. The Possibility of Economic Objectivity. At the 10th World Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Florence, Italy, August 1995.




  1. Rainforest Realism. At the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Philosophical Association, Brock University, St. Catherine's, Canada, May 1996.




  1. Rainforest Realism. At the Meetings of the Australasian Association of Philosophy, Auckland, New Zealand, July 1997.




  1. Against the Analytic/Continental Distinction: A Tale of Three Myths. At the Annual Meetings of the Philosophical Society of Southern Africa, University of Port Elizabeth, January 1998.




  1. Sraffa and Wittgenstein on the Critique of Marginalist Theory and the Foundations of Mathematics. With Mathieu Marion, at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Philosophical Association, University of Ottawa, May 1998.




  1. Utilitarian Foundations of Marginalism. At the Annual Meetings of the Philosophical Society of Southern Africa, University of the Orange Free State, January, 1999.




  1. Bugbears of Globalization: A moral argument, with special reference to South Africa. At the Annual Meetings of the Philosophical Society of Southern Africa, Muldersdrift, January 2000.




  1. Why People are Atypical Agents. At the Annual Meetings of the Philosophical Society of Southern Africa, Durban, January 2001.




  1. Why People are Atypical Agents. At the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Philosophical Association, Université Laval, Quebec City, May 2001.




  1. Emotions, Signalling and Strategic Coordination. With Paul Dumouchel, at the Annual Meetings of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence, North Falmouth, Massachusetts, November 2001.




  1. Non-Humean Mental Causation. With David Spurrett, at the Annual Meetings of the Philosophical Society of Southern Africa, Stellenbosch, January 2002.




  1. Non-Humean Mental Causation. With David Spurrett, at the conference on Causation and Explanation in Natural and Social Sciences, Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science, Ghent University, Belgium, May 2002.




  1. Game Theory and a New Argument for Eliminativism About Rationality. At the Eastern Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association, Philadelphia, December 2002.




  1. Moralized Preferences. At the Annual Meetings of the Philosophical Society of Southern Africa, Rhodes University, South Africa, January 2003.




  1. Economic Agents as Sub-personal Entities. At the 12th International Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Oviedo, Spain, August 2003.




  1. Clustering Infrastructure Development Projects for Optimal Opportunity Value: Examples From Rural KwaZulu-Natal. With S. Muradzikwa, B. Standish & P. Cronje, at the conference on Asphalt Pavements South Africa, Pretoria, September 2004.




  1. The Economic and Evolutionary Basis of Selves. Collective Intentionality IV, Sienna, Italy, October 2004.




  1. Should developing country governments seek to be ethical in international economic processes? At the Conference on `Politics and Ethics: An Interdisciplinary Exploration of Contemporary Issues’, Gulfport Mississippi, March 2005.




  1. Preference cyclicity and money pumping in a virtual economy. With D. Spurrett, B. Murrell & J. McCoy, at the Annual Meetings of the Economics Society of Southern Africa, Durban, September 2005.




  1. Addictive gambling as the basic dopaminergic reward system pathology in general addiction: A neuroeconomic interpretation. At the 13th International Conference on Gambling and Risk-Taking, Lake Tahoe, May 2006.




  1. Problem gambling severity and disposition to bundle rewards in South African gamblers. With B. Murrell, D. Spurrett, A. Hofmeyr, A. Dellis, P. Schwardmann, C. Sharp, J. Rousseau & R. Vuchinich, at the 7th Annual NCRG Conference on Gambling and Addiction, Las Vegas, November 2006




  1. Ontic Structural Realism and Economics. At the biennial meetings of the Philosophy of Science Association, Vancouver, November 2006.




  1. Economic models of pathological gambling. At the Annual Meetings of the Southern Economic Association, New Orleans, November 2007.




  1. Impulsivity, reward discounting and severity of disordered gambling in a South African population. With A. Hofmeyr, A. Dellis, B. Murrell, G. Barr, R. Vuchinich, C. Sharp, J. Rousseau & D. Spurrett, at the 8th Annual NCRG Conference on Gambling and Addiction, Las Vegas, November 2007.




  1. Syndrome stabilization in psychiatry: Pathological gambling as a case study. At the Biennial Meetings of the Philosophy of Science Association, Pittsburgh, November 2008.




  1. The criterion-related and construct validity of the Canadian Problem Gambling Index in a sample of South African gamblers. With A. Dellis, A. Hofmeyr, P. Schwardmann, D. Spurrett, R. Vuchinich, G. Barr, J. Rousseau & C. Sharp, at the 9th Annual NCRG Conference on Gambling and Addiction, Las Vegas, November 2008.




  1. The relationship between smoking and reward bundling in a group of South African university students. With A. Hofmeyr, at the Biennial Conference of the Economic Society of South Africa, Port Elizabeth, September 2009.




  1. Predictors of problem gambling in a developing country: The 2008 South African Urban Prevalence Study.’ With A. Hofmeyr, A. Dellis, H. Kincaid, J. Rousseau, A. Schuhr, C. Sharp, M. Visser & R. Vuchinich, at the 10th Annual NCRG Conference on Gambling and Addiction, Las Vegas, November 2009.




  1. Gambling prevalence and severity among rural and peri-urban poor South Africans in KwaZulu-Natal’. With A. Dellis, D. Spurrett, A. Hofmeyr, H. Kincaid, J. Rousseau, C. Sharp, M. Visser, & R. Vuchinich, at the 10th Annual NCRG Conference on Gambling and Addiction, Las Vegas, November 2009.




  1. The comorbidity of gambling problems, anxiety, depression and substance use in a representative urban sample of 3000 South Africans. With C. Sharp, A. Hofmeyr, A. Dellis, H. Kincaid, J. Rousseau, and G. Ainslie, at the 11th Annual NCRG Conference on Gambling and Addiction, Las Vegas, November 2010.




  1. The role of background theory in econometric estimation: Defending structuralism. At the 10th Conference of the International Network for Economic Methodology, St Petersburg, Russia, May 2012.




  1. Alternative modelling frameworks for self-sculpting games. At the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle, Washington, April 2013.




  1. The National Longitudinal Study of Gambling Behaviour (NLSGB): Preliminary results. At the 15th International Conference on Gambling and Risk Taking, Las Vegas, May 2013.




  1. Social foundations of consistent preferences: philosophical and neural learning background, and an experiment on a breakdown. At the Biennial Meetings of the International Network for Economic Methodology, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, June 2013.




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