Dutton, D.G. (2012) The Third Generation Gender Paradigm. Pacific Forensic Psychiatry Conference, Vancouver, BC. March 2012.
Dutton, D.G. (2009) The Gender Paradigm Tips the Scales of Justice in Family Court. New Directions in Domestic Violence Research and intervention. California Alliance For Familes and Children. Los Angeles, CA. June 2009.
Dutton, D.G. (2007) Abandonment Homicide. international Association of Forensic Mental Health, Montreal, Quebec. June 2007.
Dutton, D.G. (2006) Is there A Common Cognitive Origin For Political and intimate Violence? Peter Wall insitute (UBC): Understanding the Origins of Violent Behavior. Vancouver, BC. November 2006.
Dutton, D.G. (2006) New Developmental Research On the Early Origins and Durability of Abusiveness As A Trait. Alaska Psychiatric Association, Anchorage, AK. April 2006.
Dutton, D.G. (2004) Personality (Dis) Order and Spouse Assault: Implications For Treatment. Arizona Psychological Association, Tucson, AZ. October 2004.
Dutton, D.G. (2001) New Directions Linking Domestic Violence With Borderline Personality Disorder. Rockefeller University, NIMH. New Directions in Borderline Personality Research. July 2001.
Dutton, D.G. (1999) The Phenomenology of Cyclical Abusers. international Association of Law and Mental Health, Toronto, ON. June 1999.
Dutton, D.G. (1998) Modi Operandi of Spousal Homicides. international Congress On Law and Mental Health, Sorbonne, University of Paris. Paris, France. July 1998.
Dutton, D.G. (1997) The Origin of Abusiveness in Violence, insecure Attachment and Parental Shaming. international Society of Law and Psychiatry, Montreal, QC. June 1997.
Dutton, D.G. (1996) The Abusive Personality. American Psychological Association, Toronto, ON. August 1996.