RTSG has been involved in conferences in the past, both organizing them, and lecturing at conferences organized by others. RTSG has also been involved in assemblies whose purpose was to increase support for particular programs.

We lecture more broadly on more than just exercise related topics. Many findings from cognitive psychology are not currently used in schools to maximize student learning, nor do businesses employ strategies from organizational psychology. Exercise is one example of a learning and performance aid, but there are many others. We can talk about scientific findings that answer questions like the following:

• How long should employees work to maximize production?
• How effective are financial incentives in motivating employees?
• How long can students maintain attention in class?
• What are key memory strategies that can allow people to remember more effectively?
• What are the issues in using exercise as an adjunct treatment for clinical disorders?

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