With extensive experience in both Canadian and international current affairs, Off has covered conflicts in the Middle East, Haiti, the Balkans and the sub-continent, as well as events in the former Soviet Union, Europe, Asia, the United States and Canada. She reported the fallout from the 9/11 disasters with news features and documentaries from New York, Washington, London, Cairo and Afghanistan.
Diamond, A. (April 28, 2006). Developmental change in, and environmental modulation of, cognitive control: Differences by gender and genetics. Invited talk presented at the “Executive and Prefrontal Functions: Exploring Supervision and Volition” in the Brain Workshop at the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies, UBC, Vancouver, BC
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Diamond, A. (Sept. 10, 2008). Improving executive functions in young children, and, gender differences in the PFC dopamine system in adults. Invited presentation to BC Neuropsychiatry Grand Rounds, at UBC Hospital and linked via video teleconference province-wide to 24 remote sites. Continuing Education credits provided.
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Invited guest lecture. (March, 2005). Selective cognitive and neurobiological effects from a global insult to the brain. Graduate seminar (Neuroscience 501: Disorders of Cognition), Neuroscience Graduate Program, UBC.
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Invited guest lecture. (March 19, 2008). Genetic and environmental influences on the expression of cognitive abilities dependent on prefrontal cortex. Graduate seminar (Neuroscience 501: Disorders of Cognition), Neuroscience Graduate Program, UBC.
Volcanoes and volcanology | Geology
Diamond, A. (April 27, 2013). Executive functions and prefrontal cortex: Genetic and neurochemical influences, gender differences, and novel methods to help children become masters of their own behavior. Invited talk. UBC Neuroscience Retreat, Whistler, BC.
Statistical Techniques | Statistical Mechanics
Invited guest lecture. (March 9, 2015). What executive functions are and their importance for education. Undergrad course on the Developing Brain (PSYC 208), Dept. of Psychology, UBC.