Merry Bullock Curriculum Vitae

Senior Director
Office of International Affairs

American Psychological Association
750 First Street NE,
Washington DC 20002-4242, USA

Telephone: +1 (202) 336-6024
Fax: +1 (303) 499-9890
Cell: +1 (303) 717-3024

Email: mbullock@apa.org; merrybullock@mac.com

Citizenship: USA, Estonia

Languages: English, German, Estonian, (French — conversational), (Spanish — learning)

Education

1979: PhD University of Pennsylvania, Psychology

1971: BA Brown University, cum laude; Major Psychology

Honors and Awards

2006: Distinguished Service Citation, Div 52, APA

1999 Fellow, American Psychological Association

1998 Fellow, American Psychological Society

1977-1979: Predoctoral Fellow, National Institutes of Mental Health

1977-1978: University of Pennsylvania Teaching Fellow Award

1971: Phi Beta Kappa

1967-1971: Pembroke Regional Alumnae Scholar

Professional Positions

2005-present: Senior Director, Office of International Affairs, American Psychological Association, Washington DC, USA

1999-2005: Associate Executive Director, Science Directorate, American Psychological Association, Washington DC, USA (Acting ED, December 2003-April 2004)

1998-1999: Director, EuroCollege, Tartu University, Tartu, Estonia

1997-1999: Science Policy Advisor, Estonian Academy of Sciences, Tallinn, Estonia

1997-1999: Visiting Professor, Tallinn City College & Tartu University, Estonia

1995-1997: Senior Scientist, Science Directorate, American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, USA

1994-1995: Program Director, Human Cognition & Perception, National Science Foundation, Arlington, Virginia, USA

1988-1993: Senior Research Associate, Max Planck Institute for Psychological Research, Munich, FRG

1985-1987: Visiting Professor, Max Planck Institute for Psychological Research, Munich, FRG

1979-1984: Assistant Professor, Psychology Department, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada

1977-1978: Outpatient therapist, Practicum in Family Therapy, Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

1973-1975: Research Assistant, University of Pennsylvania, USA

1973: Course Coordinator, Introductory Psychology, University of Pennsylvania, USA

Editorial Activities

  • Editor, IUPsyS Psychology Resources Around the World (2011-present)
  • International Journal of Psychology (Associate Editor, 1997-2010)
  • Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology (Co-Editor 2003-2007)

Editorial Board:

  • Child Development (1990-1996)
  • Human Development (1990-1996)
  • Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology (1997-2007)
  • Journal CES Psicologia (2013-present)

Professional / Community Activities

  • Committee on Freedom and Responsibility in Science (CFRS), ICSU (2012-present)
  • Core planning Group, 5th International Congress on Licensing, Certification and Credentialing (2011-present)
  • Caribbean Organization of Psychology Steering Committee (2011-present)
  • Core Planning Group USAID Evidence Based Summit on Behavioral Change for Child Survival and Development (2012-present)
  • Organizing Committee, Caribbean Regional Conference of Psychology (IUPsyS Liaison 2008-2012)
  • International Test Commission (IUPsyS Liaison, 2005-2012)
  • Chair, Workgroup on Psychology Around the World (Online Resources), IUPsyS (2010-2011)
  • International Union of Psychological Science (Deputy Secretary-General, 1997- 2010)
  • U.S. National Committee, International Union of Psychological Science (Member ex officio , 1997– 2010; Liaison from APA 2010-present)
  • Jean Piaget Society, Board of Directors (2007-2010)
  • Society for Research in Child Development, SRCD-UNESCO Core Committee (2008-2010)
  • Society for Research in Child Development, International Committee (2005-2009)
  • BISO: Board on International Scientific Organizations, National Academy of Sciences (2001-2006)
  • CODATA Archiving Subcommittee (Liaison, 2001- 2005)
  • International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development (Membership Committee 1995-2000)
  • International Committee, Society for Research in Child Development (Member 1995-2000, Chair 1997-1999)
  • Children's Hospital Development Fund, Tallinn Estonia (Board member 1998-2000)
  • Baltic-American Partnership Fund Expert Commission (Member, 1998-1999)
  • AaHaa! Science Museum, Tartu, Estonia (Board member 1997-1999)
  • Special Olympics, Tallinn, Estonia (Patron, 1997-1999)
  • Consultant: Estonian Science Foundation (1998-1999); Max Planck Institute (1998); Baltic-American Enterprise Fund (1997); American Psychological Association (1997-1999); Eltern (Parents' Magazine)-Munich, (1988-1990); Prematurity Study, Kinderklinik, Munich (1986); Department of Pediatrics, University of British Columbia, (1980-1985).
  • Invited Reviewer: American Psychologist, Brain and Behavior Sciences; British Journal of Developmental Psychology; Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science; Child Development; Cognitive Development; Developmental Psychology; Estonian Science Foundation, Journal of Applied Social Psychology; Journal of Experimental Child Psychology; Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance; Medical Research Council of Canada; Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, National Science Foundation, USA; Society for Research in Child Development, Trames.
  • Review Panels: CIES; Fulbright Scholar; Christopher Columbus Awards

Professional Memberships

  • American Psychological Association (fellow)
  • American Psychological Society (fellow)
  • Union of Estonian Psychologists
  • International Association of Applied Psychology
  • Society for Research in Child Development
  • Jean Piaget Society
  • Inter-American Society of Psychology
  • International Association for Cross Cultural Psychology
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science

Teaching

Undergraduate courses:
  • Introductory Psychology
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Research Methods in Developmental Psychology
  • The Psychology of Emotion 
  • Personality Psychology
  • New Directions in Psychology
Graduate Courses:
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Early Cognitive Development
  • Research Methods
  • Scientific Writing and Methodology

Major Research Grants

1983: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada: Causal thinking

1983: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada: Emotion concepts of young children (with J. A. Russell)

1977: National Institutes of Mental Health: Predoctoral Fellowship

Other Grants

2011: Travel and Mentoring Grant for US Attendees at the XXIX International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town (PI, NSF)

2001: Advanced Training Institute in Using Large Scale Data Bases NICHD (NIH) (PI with colleagues)

1999: EU Framework Grant to Tartu University, EuroCollege (PI, with colleagues)

 

Publications

Bullock, M. (2014). International frameworks for psychology education and training: Overarching issues and principles. In R. Silbereisen, P. Ritchie & J. Panday (Eds), Psychology education and training: A global perspective. London: Routledge, p. 63-73.

Thompson, A., Bernal, G., Dudley-Grant, R., Govia, I., Nicolas, N. G., Bullock, M. & Gauthier, J. (2013) Regional conferences — A capacity building mandate: Report on CRCP2011 — Building Bridges and Building a Regional Structure. International Journal of Psychology, 48, 1321-1331.

Bullock, M. (2012). International Psychology. In D. Freedheim (Ed); Weiner, I. (Ed), Handbook of Psychology, Volume 1: History of psychology (2nd Edition). Hoboken, NJ, US: John Wiley & Sons, p. 562-596.

Bullock, M. (2012). De lo global a lo local: Las perspectivas actuales en la psicología (from the Global to the Local: Current Directions in Psychology). Boletin Psicologia Interamericana 94, December.

Bullock, M. & Soygüt, G. (2011). Report on the Advanced Research and Training Seminars. International Journal of Psychology, 46, p. 153-158.

Bullock, M. (2010). Challenges to psychology from an international perspective: Activities of the International Union of Psychological Science. Clinical Psychology Forum, 215, p. 12-16.

Behnke, S. & Bullock, M. (2010). Ethics within, across and beyond borders: A commentary. Ethics & Behavior, 20, pp. 297-310.

Bullock, M. & Ritchie, P. (2009). IUPsyS in the 21st Century — the Move Toward Strategic Planning: An overview of the IUPsyS 2000-2004. In D. Wedding and M. Stevens (Eds), IUPsyS Global Resource (CD Rom), Psychology Press.

Bullock, M. & Schneider, W. (2009). Introduction and Overview: Goals and Structure of LOGIC. In W. Schneider & M. Bullock (Eds.), Human development from early childhood to early adulthood. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, p. 1-6.

Bullock, M., Sodian, B., & Koerber, S. (2009). Doing Experiments and Understanding Science: Development of Scientific Reasoning from Childhood to Adulthood. In W. Schneider & M. Bullock (Eds.), Human development from early childhood to early adulthood. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, p. 173-197.

Schneider, W. & Bullock, M. (2009). Epilogue: Problems and Potentials of the Munich Longitudinal Study. In W. Schneider & M. Bullock (Eds.), Human development from early childhood to early adulthood. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, p. 239-250.

Johnson, D. & Bullock, M. (2009).The ethics of data archiving: Issues from four perspectives. In D. Mertens and P. Ginsberg (Eds), The Handbook of Social Research Ethics . Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Press, p. 214-228.

Sodian, B. & Bullock, M. (2008). Scientific Development — Where are we now? Cognitive Development, 23 (4), 431-434.

Bullock, M. & Hall, J. (2008) The Promotion of International Mobility. In J. E. Hall & E. M. Altmaier (Eds.) Global Promise: Quality Assurance and Accountability in Professional Psychology. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, p. 216-231.

Pang L-S & Bullock, M. (2008). Background characteristics of international students. In Hasan, N., Fouad, N., Williams-Nickerson, C. (Eds)., Studying Psycohlogy in the United States: Expert Guidance for international students. Washington DC, US: American Psychological Association.

Koraman, D. & Bullock, M. (2008). Topics to consider before studying in the United States. In Hasan, N., Fouad, N., Williams-Nickerson, C. (Eds)., Studying Psycohlogy in the United States: Expert Guidance for international students. Washington DC, US: American Psychological Association.

White, G., Frischkoff, G., Bullock, M. (2007). Bridging the gap between psychological science and education policy and practice. In S. K. Thurman & C. A. Fiorello (Eds). Applied cognitive research in K-3 classrooms. New York, NY: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

Bullock, M.. (2007). Secondary analysis — Extending the value of data. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology28 , p. 383.

Bullock, M. (2006). Forward to Mental Health Systems Compared: Great Britain, Norway, Canada, and the United States, Paul Olson (Ed)., Charles C. Thomas.

Fowler, R. & Bullock, M. (2004). The American Psychological Association and the search for unity in psychology. In R. Sternberg, Ed. Unity in Psychology: Possibility of Pipedream?. Washington, DC: APA Books, p. 61-76

Bullock, M. & Panicker, S. (2003). Ethics for all: Differences across scientific society codes. Science and Engineering Ethics, 9, p. 159-170.

Bullock, M., & Sodian, B. (2003). Entwicklung des wissenschaftlichen Denkens [The development of scientific thinking]. In W. Schneider & M. Knopf (Eds.) Entwicklung, Lehren und Lernen [Development, Teaching and Learning]. (p.75-92). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Bullock, M., Nunner-Winkler, G., Stern, E., Lopez, A., & Ziegler, A. (2003). Using a complex rule in different domains: When familiar schemes don't help. In D. Fasko (Ed.) Critical Thinking and Reasoning: Current Research, Theory, and Practice. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, pp. 121-142.

Bullock, M. (2002). Big Science for Small Countries: What are the issues and what are the priorities? In ALLEA (All European Academies), National Strategies of Research in Smaller European Countries. Report Series 1: p. 29-34.

Bullock, M. (2001). Cognitive Development in Education. In N. J. Smelser and P. B. Baltes (Eds) International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Amsterdam: Pergamon.

Bullock, M., & Sodian, B. (2000). Scientific thinking. In F.E. Weinert & W. Schneider (Eds.). The Munich Longitudinal Study on the Genesis of Individual Competencies. Report No. 10. Munich: Max-Planck-Institute for Psychological Research.

Bullock, M. and Ziegler, A. (1999). Scientific Reasoning: Developmental and Individual differences. In F. E. Weinert & W. Schneider (Eds) Individual development from 3 to 12: Findings from the Munich Longitudinal Study. Cambridge University Press.

Weinert, F. E., Bullock, M. and Schneider, W. (1999). Universal, differential and individual aspects of child development from 3 to 12: What can we learn from a comprehensive longitudinal study? In F. E. Weinert & W. Schneider (Eds) Individual development from 3 to 12: Findings from the Munich Longitudinal Study. Cambridge University Press, p. 324-350.

Schneider, W., Bullock, M. & Sodian, B. (1998). Die Entwiklung des Denkens und der Intelligenzunterschiede zwischen Kindern [Cognitive development and intelligence differences]. In F. Weinert (Ed), Entwicklung im Kindesalter [Development in Childhood]. Munich: Belitz, p. 53-74.

Ziegler, A. & Bullock, M. (1998). Wissenschaftliches Denken bei Kindern und Jugendlichen [Scientific thinking in children and adolescents]. In B. Hannover, U. Kittler & H. Metz-Goeckel (Hrsg.), Sozialkognitive Aspekte der Paedagogischen Psychologie [Social-cognitive aspects of pedagogical psychology]. Essen: Die blaue Eule.

Mays, V. M., Bullock, M., Rosenzweig, M. & Wessells, M. (1998). Ethnic conflict: Global challenges and psychological perspectives. American Psychologist, 53, 737-742 .

Bullock, M. & Ziegler, A. (1997). Entwicklung der Intelligenz und des Denkens: Ergebnisse aus dem SCHOLASTIK-Projekt. In F.E. Weinert & A. Helmke (Eds), Entwicklung im Grundschulalter. Munich: Beltz, pp. 27-35.

Bullock, M. & Ziegler, A. (1995). Scientific Thinking. In F. E. Weinert and W. Schneider (Eds), The Munich Longitudinal Study on the Genesis of Individual Competencies (LOGIC) Report No. 12: Assessment, procedures and results of Wave 9. Munich: Max Planck Institute, p. 46-56.

Bullock, M. (1994). Zur Entwicklung des kausalen Denkens: drei Forschungstraditionen [The development of causal thinking: three research traditions]. In F. Försterling and J. Stiensmeier- Pelser (Eds), Attributionstheorie. Göttingen: Hofgrefe.

Bullock, M. (1994). The development of reasoning in childhood. In F. E. Weinert (Ed.), Human Development, in T. Husen & N. Postelwaite (Eds-in-chief ), International Encyclopedia of Education (2nd Ed.). London: Pergammon. pp. 4951-4957.

Bullock, M. & Ziegler, A. (1994). Scientific Thinking. In: F.E. Weinert & W. Schneider (Eds.). The Munich Longitudinal Study on the Genesis of Individual Competencies (LOGIC). Report No. 11: Assessment, procedures and results of Wave 8. Munich: Max Planck Institute, p. 56-76.

Lütkenhaus, P. & Bullock, M. (1993). Entwicklung intentionsgeleiteter Handlungen in der frühen Kindheit [The development of intentional actions in early childhood]. In K. Schneider und C.Trudewind, (Hrsg), Entwicklung von Motivation und Handlung: Die Entwicklungs-psychologischen Forschungsansätze von H. Heckhausen und Ihre Weiterführung. Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Bullock, M., Ziegler, A. & Martin, S. (1993). Scientific Thinking. In: F.E. Weinert & W. Schneider (Eds.). The Munich Longitudinal Study on the Genesis of Individual Competencies (LOGIC). Report No. 9: Assessment, procedures and results of Wave 6. Munich: Max Planck Institute, p. 67-110.

Bullock, M. & Ziegler, A. (1993). Scientific Thinking. In: F.E. Weinert & W. Schneider (Eds.). The Munich Longitudinal Study on the Genesis of Individual Competencies (LOGIC). Report No. 10: Assessment, procedures and results of Wave 7. Munich: Max Planck Institute, p. 59-89.

Bullock, M. (1992). Can the paranormal be explained? A psychological perspective. Contemporary Psychology, 37, 664-665.

Bullock, M. (Ed) (1991). The development of intentional action: Cognitive, Motivational and Interactive Processes (Contributions to Human Development, Vol. 22). Basel: Karger.

Lütkenhaus, P. & Bullock, M. (1991). The development of volitional skills. In M. Bullock (Ed.), The development of intentional action: Cognitive, Motivational and Interactive Processes (Contributions to Human Development, Vol. 22). Basel: Karger.

Bullock, M. (1990). Discussion: theory of mind. In W. Schneider & F. Weinert (Eds) Interactions among aptitudes, strategies, and knowledge in cognitive performance, pp. 22-25. New York: Springer-Verlag.

Bullock, M. & Lütkenhaus, P. (1990). The development of volitional behavior in the toddler years. In S. Chess & M. Hertzig (Eds), Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development 1989, pp. 75-91. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Bullock, M. & Lütkenhaus, P. (1990). Who am I?: Self-understanding in toddlers. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly36 , 217-238.

Lightfoot, C. & Bullock, M. (1990). Interpreting contradictory communications: Age and context effects. Developmental Psychology, 26, 830-836.

Bullock, M. & Lütkenhaus, P. (1988). The development of volitional behavior in the toddler years. Child Development, 59, 664-674.

Lütkenhaus, P., Bullock, M. & Geppert, U. (1987). Toddlers' actions: Knowledge, control, and the self. In F. Halisch & J. Kuhl (Eds.), Motivation, Intention and Volition, pp 145-161. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.

Bullock, M. (1987). Stage, process, domain and structure: Pieces of the developmental puzzle. Contemporary Psychology, 32, 860-861.

Russell, J. A. & Bullock, M. (1986). On the dimensions preschoolers use to interpret facial expressions of emotion. Developmental Psychology, 22, 97-102.

Robinson, G., Sheps, S., Bullock, M., Tischler, B. & Hill, R. (1986). A survey of severely handicapped children residing in long stay hospitals/institutions in British Columbia: Phase II. Report to National Health & Welfare, Canada.

Bullock, M. & Russell, J. A. (1986). Concepts of emotion in developmental psychology. In C. Izard & P. Read (Eds.), Measurement of emotion in infants and children, Vol. 2, pp. 203-237. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Russell, J. A. & Bullock, M. (1986). Fuzzy concepts and the perception of emotion in facial expressions. Social Cognition, 4, 309-341.

Bullock, M. (1985). Animism in childhood thinking: A new look at an old question. Developmental Psychology, 21, 217-225.

Bullock, M. (1985). Causal reasoning and developmental change over the preschool years. Human Development, 28(4), 169-191.

Russell, J. A. & Bullock, M. (1985). Multidimensional scaling of emotional facial expressions: Similarity from preschoolers to adults. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 48(5) , 1290-1298.

Bullock, M. & Russell, J. A. (1985). Further evidence on preschoolers' interpretation of facial expressions. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 8, 15-38.

Bullock, M. (1984). Themes in cognitive development. Canadian Psychology, 25 , 243-246.

Bullock, M. (1984). Preschool children's understanding of causal connections. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2, 139-148.

Bullock, M. & Russell, J. A. (1984). Preschool children's interpretation of facial expressions of emotion. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 7, 193-214.

Robinson, G., Bullock, M., Sheps, S. Tischler, B. & Hill, R. (1984). A survey of children assessed as needing pediatric extended care. Phase I: Development of a behavioral/functional checklist (BFC) — its validity and reliability. Report to National Health and Welfare, Canada.

Bullock, M. (1982). Two views of ontogeny. Contemporary Psychology, 27, 53.

Bullock, M., Gelman, R. & Baillargeon, R. (1982). The development of causal reasoning. In W. Friedman (Ed.) The developmental psychology of time, pp. 209-254. Academic Press.

Gelman, R., Bullock, M. & Meck, E. (1980). Preschoolers' understanding of simple object transformations. Child Development, 51, 691-699.

Bullock, M. & Gelman, R. (1979). Preschool children's assumptions about cause and effect: Temporal ordering. Child Development, 50, 89-96.

Bullock, M. & Gelman, R. (1977). Numerical reasoning in young children: the ordering principle. Child Development, 48, 427-434.

Conference and Seminar Papers and Invited Addresses (partial listing)

Bullock, M. (2013). Podemos en realidad internacionalizer la psicología? Estructura, contenido y procesos. COPLSIC/ASCOFAPSI Congress, Bogotá, Colombia.

Bullock, M. (2013). APA: New Initiatives in Health and Violence Prevention. University CES, Medellin Colombia.

Bullock, M. (2013). Collaboration through organizational likages: Opportunities for expanding the vision. American Psychological Association, Hawaii, USA.

Bullock, M. (2013). Psycholgoy of Tomorrow: Opportunities, challenges, and important partners: a View from the US. VI International Congress of Clinical Psychology, Santiago de Compostela, Spain.

Bullock, M. (2013). Can Psychology Really be Internationalized?. Congress of the Interamerican Society of Psychology, Brasilia, Brazil.

Bullock, M. (2012). Ethics, Rights and Responsibilities: International Perspectives. American Psychological Association Convention, Orlando.

Bullock, M. (2012). Linkages, support and reciprocity: Essential ingredients in building psychology capacity. International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town.

Bullock, M. (2012). Successful International Research Collaborations Invited Symposium, International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town, South Africa.

Bullock, M. (2012). Psychology and Policy Making: Roundtable Discussion. International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town.

Bullock, M. (2012). Psychology resources around the world: A web-based resource for us all. International Congress for Cross Cultural Psychology, Stellenbosch.

Bullock, M. (2012). De lo global a lo local: Las perspectivas actuales en la psicología (from the Global to the Local: Current Directions in Psychology. Invited presentation, 4th Regional Congress of the Interamerican Society of Psychology, Santa Cruz, Bolivia.

Bullock, M. & El-Ghoroury, N. (2012). American Psychological Association: National Association, International Learning Partner [ Asociación nacional y Socio internacional de aprendizaje]. Discussion & Roundtable, 4th Regional Congress of the Interamerican Society of Psychology, Santa Cruz, Bolivia.

Bullock, M. (2012). Psychology Education and Training: An International Framework. Talk presented at the PET Workshop, Dornburg, Germany.

Bullock, M. (2011). Going Global: Listening Local: Challenges and Opportunities for psychology. Caribbean Regional Conference of Psychology, Bahamas.

Bullock, M. (2011). Going Global: Listening Local: Challenges and opportunities for psychology. XIII Reunion Nacional el Encuentro Internacional. Association Argentina.

Bullock, M. (2010). Going global with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues: How Psychology Can Contribute. Symposium participant: Psychology Organizations: Policy with Teeth. International Congress of Applied Psychology, Melbourne.

Bullock, M. (2009). Four Challenges to Psychology in a Global context. Psychological Association of South Africa Annual Conference, Cape Town, South Africa.

Bullock, M. (2009). Formación en Psicología: Consensos Internacionales en las Américas Education and Training in Psychology: Challenges for the 21st Century. Interamerican Congress of Psychology, Guatemala City.

Bullock, M. (2009). Discussant, Symposium Instituciones de la Psicologia en Latinoamérica. Interamerican Congress of Psychology, Guatemala City.

Bullock, M. (2009). Crossing Borders: APA as a learning partner . Western Psychological Association Annual Meetings, Portland.

Bullock, M. & Jacobs, G. (2009). APA's response to the tsunami: immediate, intermediate and long-term. American Red Cross Conference, Washington D.C.

Bullock, M. (2008). Recognizing Psychology, Recognizing Psychologists. First Meeting of Psychologists in Sri Lanka, Kandy.

Bullock, M. (2008) Presenting the Public Face of Psychology. Invited Symposium, Co-Chairs: M. Bullock, J. M. Prieto, IAAP, International Congress of Psychology, Berlin.

Bullock, M. (2008). International at APA: CIRP, GOALS, and the Office of International Affairs. International Counseling Conference, Chicago.

Bullock, M. & Sodian, B (2007) Jean Piaget Society, Amsterdam.

Sodian, B., Bullock, M. (2007). Personality, Morality and Cognition: Development and Individual Differences over 20 years of a Longitudinal Study (LOGIC). Society for Research in Child Development.

Bullock, M (2006). E-social science: Agenda for the future. International Council on Scientific and Technical Information (ICSTI) Workshop, Paris, February.

Bullock, M. (2004). The development of scientific reasoning: findings from a longitudinal study. Arizona State University, November.

Bullock, M. (2004). Research opportunities for the 21st Century. Keynote address, Mid-Atlantic Teaching of Psychology Conference, October, Prince Georges County.

Bullock, M. (2004). Workshop — National Capacity Building. Beijing, China.

Sodian, B. & Bullock, M. (2004). International Congress of Psychology, Beijing, China.

Bullock, M. (2004). Symposium participant — International organizations. APA, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Bullock, M. (2002) Conversation Hour: IRB's and research with children — Protecting Children and Promoting Research. American Psychological Association, August.

Bullock, M. (2002). Emerging Bioethics and Human Subjects Issues: Implications for Behavioral Medicine Research — Roundtable at the Society for Behavioral Medicine, Washington D.C.

Bullock, M. (2001). Workshop — research issues in international contexts. PRIMR Meeting, Boston, December.

Bullock, M. (2000). National Look Forward. Arizona Psychological Association, October, Tucson Arizona.

Bullock, M. (2000). New Technology and Psychological Science. Arizona Psychological Association, October, Tucson, Arizona.

Bullock, M. (2000). The development of scientific reasoning: Results from LOGIC. International Congress of Psychology, Stockholm, Sweden.

Bullock, M. and Panicker, S. (1999). Ethics for All: Ethics Codes across Associations. AAAS Conference.

Bullock, M. (1999). Workshop: Writing Grants and Research Proposals. Southern African Regional Conference, July, Durban South Africa.

Bullock, M. (1999) Estonia's Path into the European Union: Educational Programmes. Conference on Estonian-Latvian Cooperation, April, 1999, Valka, Latvia.

Bullock, M. (1998) Discussant, Symposium on Causal Reasoning. International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, July 1998, Bern, Switzerland.

Bullock, M. (1997), Discussant, Symposium on Multiple-Space Search in Scientific Reasoning: Developmental Implications. Society for Research in Child Development, Washington, D.C.

Bullock, M. (1997). Discussant, Symposium on Beginnings of Scientific Rationality in Childhood. Society for Research in Child Development, Washington, D.C.

Bullock, M. (1997). Where are we going and where have we been? Careers and trends in psychology. Western Psychological Association, Seattle.

Bullock, M. (1996). Buddy, can you spare a dime: federal funding for psychology research. Western Psychological Association, San Jose.

Bullock, M. & Ziegler, A. (1996). Thinking scientifically: conceptual or procedural problem? Second International Baltic Psychology Conference, Tallinn, Estonia.

Bullock, M. (1996). Conversation hour: Doing research internationally: finding funding and collaborators. Second International Baltic Psychology Conference, Tallinn, Estonia.

Bullock, M. & Ziegler, A. (1995) Scholastik Konferenz, Castle Ringberg, Tegernsee, Germany

Bullock, M. (1995). Discussant, Symposium on Scientific Reasoning., Society for Research in Child Development, Baltimore, USA.

Nunner-Winkler, G., Stern, E., Bullock, M. (1995). Empoerung macht blind: der einfluss der Voreinstellung auf das formale Problemloesen [Beliefs can blind: the influence of prior attitudes on formal problem solving].

Bullock, M. & Ziegler, A. (1994). The development of scientific reasoning. Ringberg Conference on the LOGIC Study. Tegernsee, Germany

Bullock, M. & Ziegler, A. (1993). Producing scientific tests: What develops and when?. Society for Research in Child Development, New Orleans.

Bullock, M. (1992). Are grade schoolers really so bad at testing Hypotheses?: A Replication. Max Planck Institute Paper, No. 2/1992.

Bullock, M. & L Bullock, M., Ziegler, A., & Martin, S. (1992). Scientific Thinking. In: F.E. Weinert & W. Schneider (Eds.). LOGIC Report No. 9: Assessment, procedures and results of Wave 6. Munich: Max-Planck-Institute for Psychological Research.

Bullock, M. (1991). Scientific reasoning in elementary school: Developmental and individual differences. Paper presented in a Symposium, "Evidence evaluation, conceptual change, and the development of scientific reasoning", Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle.

Bullock, M. (1991). Are grade school children so bad at scientific reasoning? Developmental Seminar, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), November.

Bullock, M. (1990). Hypothesis testing in elementary school children. IV European Conference in Developmental Psychology, Stirling, Scotland.

Bullock, M. (1990). Getting to the goal: Action regulation in toddlers. Developmental Brown Bag Seminar, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), November.

Helmke, A. & Bullock, M. (1990). The development of achievement-related self-perception in children: A longitudinal study. IV European Conference in Developmental Psychology, Stirling, Scotland.

Bullock, M. & Lütkenhaus, P. (1989). Action regulation skills in toddlers. Society for research in Child Development, Kansas City.

Bullock, M. (1989). Prüfung von Hypothesen in Grundschulalter. 9. Tagung der Entwicklungspsychologie, München.

Bullock, M. & Lütkenhaus, P. (1988). Monitoring goal-directed actions: Precursors to strategy use? Third European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Budapest.

Bullock, M. & Lütkenhaus, P. (1988). Handlungs-Überwachung bei Kleinkindern: Entwicklung des Gebrauchs von Strategien. 36. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, Berlin.

Lütkenhaus, P. (1987). Volitional skills in toddlers. Society for Research in Child Development, Baltimore.

Lütkenhaus, P. & Bullock, M. (1987). Interplay of knowledge and control. International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, Tokyo.

Martin, C. & Bullock, M. (1986). Learning stereotypes: biases in judging characteristics of group members. American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Bullock, M. (1985). Concepts, categories and stereotypes: learning about Borka. Colloquium presented at University of Muenster.

Bullock, M. & Russell, J. A. (1984). The emotion concepts of young children. Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles.

Bullock, M. (1983). Does causal reasoning change over the preschool years? Society for Research in Child Development, Detroit.

Bullock, M. (1982). Puppet play: A method of gathering verbal statements from young children. Canadian Psychological Association, Montreal.

Bullock, M. & Russell, J. A. (1982). Children's understanding of emotion categories. Southeastern Biennial Conference on Human Development, Baltimore.

Bullock, M. (1981), Preschoolers' understanding of causal mechanism. Society for Research in Child Development, Boston.

Bullock, M., Gelman, R., & Meck, E. (1977). Young children's understanding of object and action in simple event sequences. Society for Research in Child Development, San Francisco.

Opinion Pieces, Columns

Bullock, M. (2005-present) “Senior Director's Column,” Psychology International, quarterly. 

Bullock, M. (2011). APA's international responsibility. Monitor on Psychology, 42 [Guest CEO column].

Bullock, M. (2006). Toward a global psychology. Monitor on Psychology, 37 [Guest CEO column].

Bullock, M. (2004). Psychology and the WWW World. Monitor on Psychology, 35, (2), p. 54.

Bullock, M. (2004). Recipe: Politics + Science = ?, Monitor on Psychology, 35, (4), p. 40.