Gans, A (2001; 2000) Emotional intelligence and leadership in the new economy. Workshops for the Northern California Human Resource Association; San Francisco, Oakland, Sunnyvale, CA.
Gans, A (2000) The future of learning in the learning organization of the future. Presentations to: 1) the Institute for the Future; Palo Alto, CA. and 2) Global Business Network (GBN), Emeryville, CA.
Gans, A (1999) The Virtual Office: Breakthrough, Benefit, Burden? Presentation at the Work Family Congress ’99, New York City, NY.
Gans, A (1999) When the times are changing and chaos breeds innovation: Recapturing the value of constructive thinking and play in simulation training. Journal of the Association of Business Simulation and Experiential Learning. http://adriennegans.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/playsolving-article1.pdf
Gans, A (1998) The Cultivate Your Gardens Program: Organizational change through partnering education, community service, and clinical intervention. Paper presented to the American Psychological Association Convention, San Francisco, CA.
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Gans, A (1998) Innovations in the work environment: The role of technology in workplace flexibility. Presentation at the Women in Technology International Conference Summit, Santa Clara, CA.
Gans, A (1995) Imaging Technology-Enabled Telecommuting. White paper prepared for Wang Laboratories.
Gans, A. (1987) The war and peace of the Vietnam Memorials. American Imago, 44, 315-329 and paper presented to the American Psychological Association Convention, Los Angeles, CA.
Linn, M.C., Pulos, S., and Gans, A. (1981) Correlates of formal reasoning: contents and problem effects. Journal of Science Teaching, 18,435-447.
Gans, A. (1979) Development of iconography in the art work of Wassily Kandinsky . Paper presented to the American Psychological Association Convention, New York.
Morrison, A.L., and Gans, A. (1977) The relationship between personality mechanisms and cognitive performance at three age levels. Paper presented to the American Psychological Association, San Francisco.