Levine, S.C. (1985) Developmental change in right hemisphere involvement in face recognition. In Catherine Best (Ed.), Developmental Neuropsychology and Education: Hemispheric Function and Collaboration. New York: Academic Press, 1985.
Pedelty, L., Levine, S.C., & Shevell, S. (1985) Developmental changes in face processing: Results from multidimensional scaling. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 39, 1985, 421-436. PDFDOI
Levine, S.C., Banich M.T., & Koch-Weser, M. (1984) Variations in patterns of lateral asymmetry among dextrals. Brain and Cognition, 3, 317-334. PDFDOI
Levine, S.C. (1983) Hemispheric specialization and functional plasticity during development. Journal of Children in Contemporary Society, 16, 1983, 77-98. DOI Reprinted in: A Child’s Brain, Mary Frank (Ed.), New York: The Haworth Press.
Levine, S.C., & Banich, M. (1982) Lateral asymmetries in the naming of words and corresponding line drawings. Brain and Language, 17, 34-45. PDFDOI
Levine, S.C., & Carey, S. (1982) Up front: The acquisition of a concept and a word. Journal of Child Language 9, 1982, 645-657. PDF DOI(Also appeared in Paper and Reports on Child Language Development, No. 15, August 1978.)
Levine, S.C., & Koch-Weser, M. (1982) Right hemisphere superiority in the recognition of famous faces. Brain and Cognition, 1, 10-22. PDFDOI
Leehey (Levine), S.C., & Cahn, A. (1979) Lateral asymmetries in the recognition of words, familiar faces, and unfamiliar faces. Neuropsychologia, 17, 619-635. PDFDOI
Leehey (Levine), S.C., Carey, S., Diamond, R., & Cahn, A. (1978) Upright and inverted faces: The right hemisphere knows the difference. Cortex, 14, 411-419. PDFDOI
Leehey (Levine), S.C., Moscowitz-Cook, A., Brill, S., & Held, R. (1975) Orientational anisotropy in infant vision. Science, 190, 900-902. PDFDOI