Gilmore, R.O., & Lockman, J. (eds.) (2022). New methods and approaches for studying child development. Advances in child development and behavior (vol. 62). Elsevier Press.

Johnson, M.H., Munakata, Y., & Gilmore, R.O. (2002). Brain development and cognition: A reader, 2nd Ed. Cambridge: Blackwell.

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Qian, Y., Berenbaum, S., & Gilmore, R.O. (2022). Vision contributes to sex differences in spatial cognition and activity interests. Scientific Reports, 12, 17623.

Kohler, P.J., Vedak, S., & Gilmore, R.O. (2022). Perceptual similarities among wallpaper group exemplars. Symmetry, 14, 857.

Wilkinson, K.M., Gilmore, R.O., & Qian, Y. (2022). Judicious arrangement of symbols on a simulated AAC display optimizes visual attention by individuals with and without Down syndrome. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 65(2), 710-726.

Soska, K.C., Xu, M., Gonzalez, S.L., Herzberg, O., Tamis-LeMonda, C.S., Gilmore, R.O., & Adolph, K.E. (2021). (Hyper)active data curation: A video case study from behavioral science. Journal of eScience Librarianship, 10(3), e1208.

Gilmore, R.O., & Qian, Y. (2021). An open developmental science will be more rigorous, robust, and impactful. Infant and Child Development.

Qian, Y., Seisler, A.R., & Gilmore, R.O. (2021). Children’s sensitivity to optic flow-like visual motion differs from adults. Developmental Psychology, 57(11), 1810-1821.

Liao, B., Hu, J, & Gilmore, R.O. (2021). Optical flow estimation combining with illumination adjustment and edge refinement in livestock UAV videos. Computers in Electronics and Agriculture, 180, January 2021, 105910.

Cuadra, C., Gilmore, R.O., & Latash, M. (2020). Finger force matching and verbal reports: Testing predictions of the Iso-Perceptual Manifold (IPM) concept, Journal of Motor Behavior, 1-13.

Stoop, T.B., Moriarty, P.M., Wolf, R., Gilmore, R.O., Perez-Edgar, K., Scherf, S, Vigeant, M.C., & Cole, P.M. (2020). I know that voice! Mothers’ voices influence children’s perceptions of emotional intensity. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 199.

Gilmore, R.O., Cole, P.M., van Aken, M.A.G., Verma S., & Worthman, C.M. (2020). Advancing scientific integrity, transparency, and openness in child development research: Challenges and possible solutions. Child Development Perspectives, 14(1), 9-14.

Ossmy, O., Gilmore, R.O., & Adolph, K.E. (2019). AutoViDev: A computer-vision framework to enhance and accelerate research in human development. In: Arai K., Kapoor S. (eds.) Advances in Computer Vision. CVC 2019. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 944. Springer, Cham. doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-17798-0_14.

Liu, P., Cole, P.M., Gilmore, R.O., Pérez-Edgar, K.E., Vigeant, M.C., Moriarty, P., Scherf, K.S. (2019). Young children’s neural processing of their mother’s voice: An fMRI study. Neuropsychologia, 122, 11-19. doi: 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2018.12.003.

Gilmore, R. O., Kennedy, J. L., & Adolph, K. E. (2018). Practical solutions for sharing data and materials from psychological research. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science. doi:10.1177/2515245917746500.

Gilmore, R.O. & Adolph, K.E. (2017). Video can make behavioural science more reproducible. Nature Human Behaviour. doi: 10.1038/s41562-017-0128.

Gilmore, R.O., Diaz, M.T., Wyble, B.A., & Yarkoni, T. (2017). Progress toward openness, transparency, and reproducibility in cognitive neuroscience. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. doi: 10.1111/nyas.13325.

Moriarty, P.M., Vigeant, M.C., Liu, P., Gilmore, R., Wolf, R., & Cole, P.M. (2016). Low frequency analysis of acoustical parameters of emotional speech for use with functional magnetic resonance imaging. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 140(4), 3237–3238. Acoustical Society of America. Retrieved from

Gilmore, R.O., Adolph, K.E., & Millman, D.S. (2016). Curating identifiable data for sharing: The Databrary project. In Proceedings of the 2016 New York Scientific Data Summit. doi: 10.1109/NYSDS.2016.7747817.

Gilmore, R.O., Thomas, A.L., & Fesi, J.D (2016). Children’s brain responses to optic flow vary by pattern type and motion speed. PLOS One. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0157911. Materials: doi: 10.17910/B7QG6W.

Gilmore, R.O., Adolph, K.E., & Millman, D.S. (2016). Transforming education research through open video data sharing. Advances in Engineering Education.

Gilmore, R.O. (2016). From big data to deep insight in developmental science. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews Cognitive Science. doi: 10.1002/wcs.1379.

Gordon, A., Millman, D.S., Steiger, L., Adolph, K.E., & Gilmore, R.O. (2015). Researcher-library collaborations: Data repositories as a service for researchers. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 3(2), doi: 10.7710/2162-3309.1238.

Gilmore, R.O., Raudies, F., & Jayaraman, S. (2015). What accounts for developmental shifts in optic flow sensitivity? 2015 Joint IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning and Epigenetic Robotics (ICDL-EpiRob), 19-25, doi: 10.1109/DEVLRN.2015.7345450.

Ely, A.L., Weinstein, J.M., Price, J.M., Gillon, J.T., Boltz, M.E., Mowery, S.F., Aminlari, A., Gilmore, R.O., & Cheung, A.Y., (2014). Degradation of swept parameter VEP responses by neutral density filters in amblyopic and normal subjects. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 55(13), 7248-7255. doi: 10.1167/iovs.14-15052.

Raudies, F. & Gilmore, R.O. (2014). Visual motion priors differ for infants and mothers. Neural Computation, 26(11), 2652-2668. doi: 10.1162/NECO_a_00645.

Fesi, J.F., Thomas, A.L., & Gilmore, R.O. (2014). Cortical responses to optic flow and motion contrast across patterns and speeds. Vision Research, 100, 56–71. doi: 10.1016/j.visres.2014.04.004.

Beltz, A.M., Gates, K.M., Engels, A.S., Molenaar, P., Pulido, C., Turrisi, R., Berenbaum, S.A., Gilmore, R.O., & Wilson, S.J. (2013). Changes in alcohol-related brain networks across the first year of college: A prospective pilot study using fMRI effective connectivity mapping. Addictive Behaviors, 38(4), 2052-2059. doi: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2012.12.023.

Wilson, S. J., Beltz, A. M., Henry, S. L., Geier, C., Gilmore, R. O., Turrisi, R. J., & Berenbaum, S. A. (2013). Neurocognitive processing in relation to alcohol use across the early years of college. Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research, 37(2, SI), 210A.

Raudies, F., Gilmore, R.O., Kretch, K.S., Franchak, J.M., & Adolph, K.E. (2012). Understanding the development of motion processing by characterizing optic flow experienced by infants and their mothers. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning. doi: 10.1109/DevLrn.2012.6400584.

Adolph, K.E., Gilmore, R.O., Freeman, C., Sanderson, P., & Millman, D. (2012). Toward open behavioral science, Psychological Inquiry: An International Journal for the Advancement of Psychological Theory, 23(3), 244-247. doi: 10.1080/1047840X.2012.705133.

Pemberton, C., Bass, A., Moore, G., Murray-Kolb, L., Tan, P., Gilmore, R.O., Buss, K., Cole, P.M, & Teti, L.O. (2012). Let me go: The influence of crawling experience and temperament on the development of anger reactivity and regulation. Infancy, 17(5), 558-577. doi: 10.1111/j.1532-7078.2011.00092.x.

Fesi, J.D., Yannes, M.P., Brinckman, D.D., Norcia, A.M., Ales, J.M., & Gilmore, R.O. (2011). Distinct cortical responses to 2D figures defined by motion contrast. Vision Research, 51(19), 2110-2120. doi: 10.1016/j.visres.2011.07.015.

Weinstein, J.M., Gilmore, R.O., Trescher, W.V., Shaikh, S.M., Tashima, L.M., Boltz, M.E., McAuliffe, M.B., Cheung, A., Fesi, J.D., & Kunselman, A.R. (2011). Defective motion processing in children with cerebral visual impairment due to periventricular white matter damage. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 53, doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8749.2010.03874.x.

Hou, C., Gilmore, R.O., Pettet, M.W., & Norcia, A.M. (2009). Spatio-temporal tuning of coherent motion evoked responses in 4-6 month old infants and adults. Vision Research, 49(20), 2509-2517. doi: 10.1016/j.visres.2009.08.007.

Gilmore, R.O., Hou, C., Pettet, M.W., & Norcia, A.M. (2007). Development of cortical responses to optic flow. Visual Neuroscience, 24, 845-856. doi: 10.1017/S0952523807070769.

Kaufman, J., Gilmore, R.O., & Johnson, M.H. (2006). Frames of reference for anticipatory action in 4-month-old infants. Infant Behavior & Development, 29(3), 322-333. doi: 10.1016/j.infbeh.2005.01.003.

Thomas, H., & Gilmore, R.O. (2004). Habituation assessment in infancy. Psychological Methods, 9(1), 70-92. doi: 10.1037/1082-989X.9.1.70.

Gilmore, R.O., Baker, T.J., & Grobman, K.H. (2004). Stability in infants’ discrimination of optic flow. Developmental Psychology, 40(2), 259-270. doi: 10.1037/0012-1649.40.2.259.

Gilmore, R.O., & Rettke, H.R. (2003). Four-month-olds’ discrimination of optic flow patterns depicting different directions of observer motion. Infancy, 4(2), 177-200. doi: 10.1207/S15327078IN0402_02.

Brown, J., Johnson, M.H., Paterson, S., Gilmore, R.O., Longhi, E., & Karmiloff-Smith, A. (2003). Spatial representation and attention in toddlers with Williams syndrome and Down syndrome. Neuropsychologia, 41(8), 1037-1046. doi: 10.1016/S0028-3932(02)00299-3.

Gilmore, R.O. & Thomas, H. (2002). Examining individual differences in infants’ habituation patterns using objective quantitative techniques. Infant Behavior and Development, 153, 399-412. doi: 10.1016/S0163-6383(02)00142-X.

Rosenbaum, D.A., Carlson, R.A., Gilmore, R.O. (2000). Acquisition of intellectual and perceptual-motor skills. Annual Review of Psychology, 52, 453-470. doi: 10.1146/annurev.psych.52.1.453.

Johnson, M.H. & Gilmore, R.O. (1998). Object-centered representations in 8-month-old infants. Developmental Science, 1, 221-225. doi: 10.1111/1467-7687.00034.

Gilmore, R.O. & Johnson, M.H. (1997). Body-centered representations for visually-guided action emerge in early infancy. Cognition, 65, B1-B9. doi: 10.1016/S0010-0277(97)00038-3.

Gilmore, R.O., & Johnson, M.H. (1997). Egocentric action in early infancy: Spatial frames of reference for saccades. Psychological Science, 8(3), 224-230. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9280.1997.tb00416.x.

Johnson, M.H., Gilmore, R.O., Tucker, L.A., & Minister, S.L. (1996). Cortical development and saccadic control: Evidence for vector summation in young infants. Proceedings of TENNET VI, Montreal, Canada. Brain & Cognition, 32(2), 237-243.

Gilmore, R.O., & Johnson, M.H. (1995). Working memory in infancy: Six-month-olds’ performance on two versions of the oculomotor delayed response task. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 59, 397-418. doi: 10.1006/jecp.1995.1019.

Book chapters, preprints, technical reports, and other publications

Gilmore, R.O. (2022). KoBoToolbox. Code for processing Play & Learning Across a Year (PLAY) Project survey data.

Gilmore, R.O. (2022). Databrary Analytics. Code for generating analytics data for the Databrary data library.

Gilmore, R.O. (2022). Open Science Survey. Code for analyzing and visualizing the results of a survey of Penn State faculty, staff, and students about open science.

Gilmore, R.O. (2022). Show your work: Tools for open developmental science. In Gilmore, R.O. & Lockman, J. (Eds.), New Approaches to Studying Child Development. Advances in Child Development and Behavior (vol. 62). 37-59. Elsevier Press.

Gilmore, R.O., Xu, M., & Adolph, K.E. (2021). Data sharing. In Panecker, S. & Stanley, B. (Eds.), Handbook of Research Ethics in Psychological Science, APA Press, Washington, DC.

Gilmore, R.O., & Adolph, K.E. (2019). Open sharing of research video – Breaking down the boundaries of the research team. In Hall, K., Croyle, R. & Vogel, A. (Eds.), Advancing Social and Behavioral Health Research through Cross-Disciplinary Team Science: Principles for Success. Springer, 575-583. ISBN 978-3-030-20992-6.

Gilmore, R.O. (2019). They get rhythm—Who could ask for anything more? [Invited peer commentary on the article “The development of bimanual coordination across toddlerhood” by K. Brakke and M. M. Pacheco]. Monograph Matters. Available from:

Adolph, K.E., Gilmore, R.O., & Kennedy, J.L. (2017, October). Video data and documentation will improve psychological science. Psychological Science Agenda.

Gilmore, R.O., Kennedy, J.L., & Adolph, K. E. (2017, September 7). Practical solutions for the ethical sharing of identifiable research data. Preprint. Retrieved from doi: 10.17605/OSF.IO/KEW8U

Seisler, A.R. & Gilmore, R.O. (2017). Developing R code for the processing and analysis of optic flow data. In Kitzes, J., Turek, D., & Deniz, F. (Eds.). The Practice of Reproducible Research: Case Studies and Lessons from the Data-Intensive Sciences, Oakland, CA: University of California Press, [Online Version]. Retrieved from

Gilmore, R. O., & Adolph, K. E. (2017, February 6). Video can make science more open, transparent, robust, and reproducible. Preprint. Retrieved from

Gilmore, R.O, Gummer, E., & Koedinger, K. (2015). Collaborating on tools, infrastructures, and repositories. In Dede, C. (Ed.) Data- intensive research in education: Current work and next steps, Report on two National Science Foundation sponsored computing research education workshops, 63-73. Computing Research Association.

Gilmore, R.O. & Fesi, J.D. (2009). Infant perception: Methods of testing. In B. Goldstein (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Perception, Sage Publishing.

Gilmore, R.O., Weinstein, J. & Von Der Heide, R. (2008). The development and neuropsychology of visual impairment. In A.M. Walker, D.M. Kaufman, G.E. Solomon, and C. Pfeffer (Eds.), Child and Adolescent Neurology for Psychiatrists. Baltimore: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. 323-347.

Gilmore, R.O. (2003). Where are they going? The perception of information about visual direction in young infants. In B. Hopkins & S.P. Johnson (Eds.), Neurobiology of Infant Vision, Advances in Infancy Research. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers. 181-210.

Gilmore, R.O. (2003). Toward a neuropsychology of visual development. In S. J. Segalowitz & I. Rapin (Eds.), Handbook of Neuropsychology (2nd Ed.), Vol 8., Part II: Child Neuropsychology. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science. 417-437.

Gilmore, R.O. (2000). The development of representations for perception and action. In J.G. Warhol, N. Fox, & L. Leavitt, (Eds.), The Role of Early Experience in Infant Development. Johnson & Johnson Pediatric Roundtable Series. 209-224.

Johnson, M.H., & Gilmore, R.O. (2000). Infancy: Biological processes, in A. Kazdin (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Psychology, Vol 4. Washington, DC: APA Press. 263-268.

Gilmore, R.O., & Johnson, M.H. (1998). Learning what is where: Oculomotor constraints on the development of spatial cognition. In G. Butterworth & F. Simion, (Eds.), The Development of Sensory, Motor & Cognitive Capacities in Early Infancy: From Sensation to Cognition. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Johnson, M.H., Gilmore, R.O., & Csibra, G. (1998). Toward a computational model of the development of saccadic control. In J. Richards, (Ed.), The Cognitive Neuroscience of Attention. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Gilmore, R.O. (1998). Review of Canfield, R.C., Smith, E.G., Brezsnyak, M.P, & Snow, K.L. (1997). Information processing in the first year of life: A longitudinal study using the visual expectation paradigm, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Perception, 27(10), 1261-1262.

Johnson, M.H., & Gilmore, R.O. (1996). Developmental cognitive neuroscience: A biological perspective on cognitive change. In R. Gelman & T. Au (Eds.), Handbook of Perception and Cognition, 13, Orlando, FL: Academic Press.

Gilmore, R.O., & Johnson, M.H. (1995). Egocentric action in early infancy: Spatial frames of reference for saccades, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Tech. Report 95-4. London: U.K. MRC Cognitive Development Unit.

Johnson, M.H., Gilmore, R.O., Tucker, L.A., & Minister, S.L. (1995). Cortical development and saccadic control: Vector summation in young infants, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Tech. Report 95-3. London: U.K. MRC Cognitive Development Unit.

Invited Talks

Gilmore, R.O. (2023, August). “No foolin’: May all our crises be ‘good’ ones.” Invited talk to the Penn State Psychology Department Colloquium. HTML Slides

Gilmore, R.O. (2023, March). “Sharing video and image data,” Invited talk to the Penn State Scholarship and Research Integrity (SARI) program.

Gilmore, R.O. (2022, February). “Making psychological science robust”, Invited talk to the Penn State World Campus Psi Chi organization.

Gilmore, R.O. (2021, November). “Git yer GitHub on”, Invited talk to the Penn State Department of Psychology Industrial/Organizational area brown bag.

Gilmore, R.O. (2021, October). “On BS in Science.” Invited lecture in Philosophy 131N - BS: Identifying Bias and Falsehood, Penn State.

Gilmore, R.O. (2021, October). “Vision: How it works, how it develops, and why you should care.” Invited lecture in Communication Sciences and Disorders 502, Penn State.

Gilmore, R.O. (2021, October). “How do we value research data?”. Invited panel presentation in “Are we ready for Data Citation Metrics?” a workshop sponsored by CHORUS (virtual).

Gilmore, R.O. (2021, October). “Getting ahead of the curve: Responding to emerging data management plan requirements”. Presentation in the Penn State Child Study Center’s series under the Open Data and Developmental Science (ODDS) Initiative.

Gilmore, R.O. (2021, April). Invited panel presentation to “Changing the Culture of Data Management and Sharing: A Workshop”, National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine.

Gilmore, R.O. (2021, January). “The Human Behaviorome Project”, Invited presentation to the Networking and Information Technology Research and Development (NITRD) workshop on the Future of Federally Supported Data Repositories.

Gilmore, R.O. (2020, September). Invited presentation at FLUX Preconference Workshop on Infant Neuroimaging.

Gilmore, R.O. (2020, May). Invited symposium presentation on Open Science for Different Methodological Approaches in Psychology, 2020 meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL. [CANCELLED].

Gilmore, R.O. (2020, February). Research computing in child development research. Invited talk to the Penn State Child Study Center.

Gilmore, R.O. (2019, August). Video as data and documentation. Invited talk in a pre-conference workshop: Wishlists and Workflows: Integrating Research Transparency into Editorial and Publishing Processes. American Political Science Association, Washington, DC.

Gilmore, R.O. (2019, June). Video as data and documentation. Workshop at a Symposium Honoring Brian MacWhinney, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Gilmore, R.O. (2019, June). Making cognitive science even better. Invited talk to the James S. McDonnell Foundation, Sedona, AZ.

Gilmore, R.O. (2019, April). Neuroscience: The frontier within. Invited talk in the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) series. The Pennsylvania State University. University Park, PA.

Gilmore, R.O., Gennetian, L., Tamis-LeMonda, C., Worthman, C., Kalish, C., Smetana, J. (2019, March). What SRCD is doing about open science. Invited presentation at the Society for Research in Child Development Biennial conference. Baltimore, MD.

Gilmore, R.O. (2019, March). The whole elephant. Invited talk in the Penn State Center for Neural Engineering colloquium series. University Park, PA.

Gilmore, R.O. (2018, October). The Open Data and Developmental Science (ODDS) initiative. Invited talk at the Penn State Child Study Center. University Park, PA.

Gilmore, R.O. (2018, October). The promise of open developmental science. Invited talk at the SRCD Conference on the Use of Secondary and Open Source Data in Developmental Science. Phoenix, AZ.

Gilmore, R.O. (2018, September). Big data behavioral science: From micro- to macro-scale. Invited talk at the Annual Conference of the Federal Statistical Research Data Centers. University Park, PA.

Gilmore, R.O. (2018, May). Open, says me: Practical solutions for sharing data and materials. Invited talk at the Association for Psychological Science 2018 meeting. San Francisco, CA.

Gilmore, R.O. (2018, April 25). Video as data and documentation. Talk in the Department of Communication Arts & Sciences, Penn State.

Gilmore, R.O. (2018, February 20). Songs and dances about the brain. Talk given at the Science Gang at the Foxdale Village Retirement Community.

Gilmore, R.O. (2018, February 14). The future of quantitative developmental science. Talk given at the Penn State Quantitative Developmental Methodology brown bag series.

Gilmore, R.O. (2018, January 31). Introducing Databrary. Talk given at the Penn State Software in the Humanities & Social Sciences workshop. HTML slides.

Gilmore, R.O. (2018, January 26). The Video Databservatory: A platform for behavioral discovery. Talk at the Pathways to Competence initiative meeting of the Penn State Child Study Center.

Gilmore, R.O. (2017, September 28). Data sharing, research ethics, & scientific reproducibility. Invited talk given at the Scholarship and Research Integrity (SARI) workshop series, Penn State.

Gilmore, R.O. (2017, September 7). Reproducibility in computationally intensive behavioral research. Talk at the ACI-ICS seminar series, Penn State.

Gilmore, R.O. (2017, July 10). The reproducibility crisis in psychology & neuroscience. Talk given at the Penn State Data Reproducibility Bootcamp.

Gilmore, R.O. (2017, February). Go with the flow: The development of behavioral sensitivity and brain responses to optic flow. Talk at Temple University.

Gilmore, R.O. (2017, January 31). An -ome of our own: Toward a more reproducible, robust, and insightful science of human behavior. Talk given to the Social Data Analytics (SoDA) 501 students. Penn State University.

Gilmore, R.O. (2016, October). The future of big data in developmental science. Talk given at a meeting of the Penn State Child Study Center (CSC) faculty.

Gilmore, R.O. (2016, October). Go with the flow: The development of behavioral sensitivity and brain responses to optic flow. Talk at the Penn State Action club meeting.

Gilmore, R.O. (2016, September). Donald Rumsfeld and the promise of a ‘big data’ science of human behavior. Talk given at a meeting of the Stochastic Modeling and Computational Statistics (SMACS) group, Department of Statistics. Penn State University.

Gilmore, R.O., Adolph, K.E., & Millman, D. (2016, May). Video doesn’t lie: Reproducible workflows with Databrary. Talk given at the NYU Data Science Center Symposium on Reproducibility.

Gilmore, R.O. (2016, January). Workshop on Public Access to NSF-Funded Research Data for the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences, National Science Foundation, Chapel Hill, NC.

Gilmore, R.O. (2015, June). Workshop on Data-intensive Research in Education, National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA.

Gilmore, R.O. (2015, April). Workshop on using and sharing video, American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Gilmore, R.O. (2015, February). Sharing identifiable research data with Databrary, Penn State Child Study Center.

Gilmore, R.O. (2014, October). Data on the Mind workshop, University of California, Berkeley.

Gilmore, R.O. (2014, June). Digital Learning Data as a Public Good: Forging First Principles and Protocols for Scientific Collaboration, Asilomar Conference Center.

Gilmore, R.O. (2014, July). Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development, Birkbeck College, University of London.

Gilmore, R.O. (2014, May). NFAIS webinar on video data sharing.

Gilmore, R.O. (2014, April). Beyond MT: The development of brain and behavioral responses to complex patterns of motion. Department of Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences, Brown University.

Gilmore, R.O. (2014, February). Spatial Data Mine workshop, Temple University.

Gilmore, R.O. (2014, January). Go with the flow: The development of brain dynamics to complex multi-sensory streams. Sackler Winter Institute on Developmental Psychobiology. Cozumel, Mexico.

Gilmore, R.O. (2013, November). NFAIS/CENDI Workshop on Open Data, U.S. Library of Congress, Washington, DC.

Gilmore, R.O., Simon, D.A., & Millman, D.S. (2013, December). Coalition for Networked Information (CNI Fall 13), Washington, DC.

Gilmore, R.O. (2013, November). Center for Neural Engineering, Penn State University.

Gilmore, R.O. (2011, December). Department of Psychology, New York University.

Gilmore, R.O. (2011, January). Cyberinfrastructure Day, Penn State University.

Gilmore, R.O. (2009, April). Frontiers in Eye and Vision Research Lecture, Department of Ophthalmology, Penn State Hershey Eye Center.

Gilmore, R.O. (2008, March). Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, Duke University.

Gilmore, R.O. (2007, November). McDonnell Foundation Workshop on Near infrared Optical Imaging in Infants, Cambridge, MA.

Gilmore, R.O. (2007, November). Department of Biomedical Engineering, Boston University.

Gilmore, R.O. (2007, March). Department of Kinesiology, Penn State University.

Gilmore, R.O. (2002, October). Department of Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences, Brown University, Providence, RI.

Gilmore, R.O. (2002, May). James S. McDonnell Foundation Workshop on Infant Research Methods, Chatham, MA.

Gilmore, R.O. (2002, March). Department of Biology, Edinboro University. Edinboro, PA.

Gilmore, R.O. (2001, March). Department of Psychology, New York University. New York, NY.

Gilmore, R.O. (2000, October). Department of Kinesiology, University of Maryland. College Park, MD

Gilmore, R.O. (2000, September). Department of Kinesiology, Penn State University.

Gilmore, R.O. (2000, March). Lebanon Valley College, Annville, PA.

Gilmore, R.O. (2000, March). National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges Leadership Conference, Chevy Chase, MD.

Gilmore, R.O. (1999, January). Johnson & Johnson Pediatric Roundtable, Palm Beach, FL.

Gilmore, R.O. (1996, September). Human Frontiers Foundation Infancy Research Group, Cambridge, England.

Gilmore, R.O. (1994, June). Graduate student research award talk, IXth International Conference on Infant Studies, Paris, France.