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Michael Lewis, Ph.D. Complete Publication List

 

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Books and Monographs


Lewis, M., Goldberg, S., & Campbell, H. (1969). A developmental study of information processing within the first three years of life: Response decrement to a redundant signal. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 34(9, Serial No. 133).

Lewis, M., & Rosenblum, L. (Eds.).(1974). The effect of the infant on its caregiver: The origins of behavior, 1.  New York: Wiley.

Lewis, M., & Rosenblum, L. (Eds.).(1974). The origins of fear: The origins of behavior, 2. New York: Wiley.

Lewis, M., & Rosenblum, L. (Eds.).(1975). Friendship and peer relations: The origins of behavior, 4.  New York:  Wiley.

Goldman, K. S., & Lewis, M. (1976). Child care and public policy: A case study.  Princeton, NJ:  Educational Testing Service.

Lewis, M. (Ed.).(1976). The origins of intelligence: Infancy and early childhood. New York: Plenum.

Lewis, M., & Rosenblum, L. (Eds.).(1977). Interaction, conversation, and the development of language: The origins of behavior, 5. New York: Wiley.

Weinraub, M., & Lewis, M. (1977). The determinants of children's responses to separation. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 42 (4, Serial No. 172).

Lewis, M., & Rosenblum, L. (Eds.).(1978). The development of affect: The genesis of behavior, 1. New York:  Plenum.
Pervin, L., & Lewis, M. (Eds.).(1978). Perspectives in interactional psychology. New York: Plenum.

Hale, G., & Lewis, M. (Eds.).(1979). Attention and cognitive development. New York: Plenum.

Lewis, M. & Brooks-Gunn, J. (1979). Social cognition and the acquisition of self. New York:  Plenum.

Lewis, M., & Rosenblum, L. (Eds.).(1979). The child and its family: The genesis of behavior, 2. New York:  PlenumLewis, M., & Rosenblum, L. (Eds.).(1981). The uncommon child: The genesis of behavior, 3. New York:  Plenum.      

Lewis, M., & Taft, L. (Eds.).(1982). Developmental disabilities: Theory, assessment and intervention. New York: S. P. Medical & Scientific Books.

Lewis, M. (Ed.).(1983). Origins of intelligence: Infancy and early childhood (2nd ed.). New York: Plenum.

Lewis, M., & Michalson, L. (1983). Children's emotions and moods: Developmental theory and measurement.  New York:  Plenum.

Lewis, M. (Ed.).(1984). Beyond the dyad.  New York:  Plenum.

Lewis, M., & Michalson, L. (Eds.).(1984). Emotional development and infant mental health. Special issue of Infant Mental Health Journal, 5(3).

Lewis, M., & Saarni, C. (Eds.).(1985). The socialization of emotion. New York:  Plenum.

Taft, L., & Lewis, M. (Eds.).(1985). The Gifted Child. Special Issue of Pediatric Annals, 14, 10. Thorofare, NJ: Slack Incorporated.

Lewis, M. (Ed.).(1986). Learning disabilities and prenatal risk. Champaign, IL: University of  Illinois Press.

Lewis, M. (Ed.).(1989). Normal Early Child Development. A special issue of Pediatric Annals, 18 (5),(May). Thorofare, NJ:  Slack Inc.

Lewis, M., & Worobey, J. (Eds.).(1989). Infant Stress and Coping. Special issue, New Directions for Child Development. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Lewis, M., & Miller, S. (Eds.).(1990). Handbook of developmental psychopathology. New York: Plenum

Lewis, M., & Feinman, S. (Eds.).(1991). Social influences and socialization in infancy. New York: Plenum.

Weistuch, L., & Lewis, M. (1991). Language Interaction Intervention Program. Tucson, AR: Communication Skill Builders.

Lewis, M. (1992).  Shame, The exposed self.  New York:  The Free Press.

Louis, B., Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (1992). Identifying gifted preschoolers: A teacher manual. Institute for the Study of Child Development, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, NJ.

Lewis, M., & Haviland, J. (Eds.).(1993). Handbook of emotions. New York: Guilford Press. (Recipient of
Choice Magazine's 1995 Outstanding Academic Book Award).

Lewis, M., & Saarni, C. (Eds.).(1993). Lying and deception in everyday life. New York: Guilford Press.

Lewis, M. (1993). Scham, Annaherung an ein tabu. Hamburg, Germany: Ernst Kabel Verlag GmbH.

Lewis, M. (1995).  Il sé a nudo. Firenze, Italy: Giunti Gruppo Editoriale.

Lewis, M. (1995). Scham: Annaherung an ein Tabu. (Paperback). Munich, Germany: Droemersche Verlagsanstalt Th. Knaur Nachf.

Lewis, M. (1995).  Shame, The exposed self  (Paperback edition). New York:  The Free Press.

Lewis, M., & Bendersky, M. (Eds.).(1995). Mothers, babies, and cocaine: The role of toxins in development. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

Lewis, M., & Sullivan, M. W. (Eds.).(1996). Emotional development in atypical children.  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

Lewis, M. (1997).  Altering fate: Why the past does not predict the future. New York: Guilford Press.

Lewis, M. (1997).  Altering fate: Why the past does not predict the future. (Paperback edition). New York: Guilford Press.

Lewis, M. (1997).  Shame, The exposed self (Japanese Translation). Tokyo: Japan UNI Agency, Inc.

Lewis, M., & Feiring, C. (Eds.).(1998). Families, risk and competence. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

Lewis, M., & Ramsay, D. (Eds.).(1999). Soothing and stress.  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

Lewis, M. (2000). Alterando o destino: Por que o passado nao prediz o futuro. (Portuguese translation of altering fate). Brasil: Editora Moderna. 

Lewis, M., & Haviland-Jones, J.  (Eds.).(2000). Handbook of emotions, 2nd edition.  New York: Guilford Press.

Sameroff, A., Lewis, M., & Miller, S. (Eds.).(2000). Handbook of developmental psychopathology, 2nd edition. New York: Plenum.

Lewis, M. (2002). Forandringens mulighed: Hvorfor fortiden ikke kan forudsige fremtiden. (Danish translation of Altering Fate). Kobenhavn: Gyldendalske Boghandel, Nordisk Forlag A/S.

Slater, A., & Lewis, M. (Eds.).(2002). Introduction to infant development. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.

Lewis, M., & Haviland-Jones, J. (Eds.).(2004). Handbook of emotions, 2nd edition (Paperback). New York: Guilford Press.

Lewis, M., & Saarni, C. (Eds.).(2004). Lying and deception in everyday life (Russian Translation). Moscow: Olma Press.

Lewis, M., & Haviland-Jones, J. (Eds.).(2005). Psychologia emocji (Polish translation of Handbook of Emotions, 2nd edition). Sopot: Gdanskie Wydawnictwo Psychologiczne.

Lewis, M., & Takahashi, K. (Eds.). (2005). Human Development: Special Issue:Beyond the dyad:  Conceptualization of social networks. Switzerland: Karger.

Lewis, M., & Takahashi, K. (Eds.). (2007). Human Development: Special Issue:Beyond the dyad:  Conceptualization of social networks. (Japanese Translation).Switzerland: Karger.

Slater, A., & Lewis, M. (Eds.) (2007). Introduction to infant development, 2nd edition. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.

Lewis, M., Haviland-Jones, J., & Barrett, L. (Eds.) (2008). Handbook of Emotions, 3rd edition. New York: Guilford Press.

Lewis, M., Haviland-Jones, J., & Barrett, L. (Eds.) (2010). Handbook of Emotions, 3rd edition (Paperback). New York: Guilford Press.

Lewis, M. (Ed.) (2011). Special Issue on Infant Emotion.  Emotion Review. UK: Sage.

Lewis, M. (Ed.), Topic Editor: Emotions (2011). Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development. www.child-enclyclopedia.com.

Slater, A, Lewis, M, Anzures, G, & Lee, K. (Eds.) (2011). Introduction to Infant Development, Canadian Edition.  Canada: Oxford University Press.

Lewis, M., & Kestler, L. (Eds.) (2012). Gender Differences in Prenatal Substance Exposure. Washington DC: APA Books.

Mayes, L., & Lewis, M. (Eds.) (2012). The Cambridge Handbook of Environment in Human Development. England. Cambridge University Press.

Lewis, M. (2014).  The Rise of Consciousness and the Development of Emotional Life. New York: Guilford Press.

Lewis, M. & Rudolph, K. (Eds.) (2014). Handbook of Developmental Psychopathology, 3rd Ed. New York. Springer.

In press or in preparation

Barrett, L., Lewis, M., & Haviland-Jones, J. (Eds.). Handbook of Emotions, 4th edition. New York: Guilford Press.

 

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Journals Articles

Cairns, R.B., & Lewis, M. (1962). Dependency and the reinforcement value of a verbal stimulus. Journal of Consulting Psychology, 26, 1-8.

Lewis, M., Meyers, W., Kagan, J., & Grossberg, R. (1963). Attention to visual patterns in infants. Paper presented at a Symposium on Studies of Attention in Infants:  Methodological Problems and Preliminary Results at the American Psychological Association meetings, Philadelphia, 1963.  Also in American Psychologist, 18, 357 (Abstract).

Lewis, M., Wall, A. M., & Aronfreed, J. (1963). Developmental changes in the relative values of social and nonsocial reinforcement. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 66, 133-137.

Lewis, M. (1964). Some nondecremental effects of effort. Journal of Comparative Physiological Psychology, 57, 367-372. Also in R.N. Haber (Ed.), Current research in motivation.  New York:  Holt, Rinehart, & Winston, 1966.

Lewis, M. (1964). The effect of effort on value: An exploratory study of children. Child Development, 35, 1337-1342.

Lewis, M., Kagan, J., Zavala, F., & Grossberg, R. (1964).  Behavioral and cardiac responses to auditory stimulation in the infant.  American Psychologist, 19, 737 (Abstract).

Lewis, M., & Richman, S. (1964). Social encounters and their effect on subsequent social reinforcement.  Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 64, 253-257.

Dorwart, W., Ezerman, R., Lewis, M., & Rosenhan, D. (1965). The effect of brief social deprivation on social and nonsocial reinforcement. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2, 111-115. Also in H.C. Lindgren (Ed.), Contemporary research in social psychology: A book of readings. New York:  Wiley, 1969.

Lewis, M. (1965). Effect of effort on choice: Values of a secondary reinforcer. Psychological Reports, 16, 557-560.

Kagan, J., & Lewis, M. (1965). Studies of attention in the human infant. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 11, 95-127.

Lewis, M. (1965). The psychological effect of effort. Psychological Bulletin, 64, 183-190.

Lewis, M. (1965). Social isolation: A parametric study of its effect on social reinforcement. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2, 205-218.

Kagan, J., Henker, B., Hen-Tov, A., Levine, J., & Lewis, M. (1966). Infants' differential reactions to familiar and distorted faces.  Child Development, 37, 519-532.

Lewis, M. (1966). Probability learning in young children: The binary choice paradigm. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 108, 43-48.

Lewis, M., Kagan, J., & Kalafat, J. (1966). Patterns of fixation in infants. Child Development, 37, 331-341.

Lewis, M., Kagan, J., Kalafat, J., & Campbell, H. (1966). The cardiac response as a correlate of attention in infants.  Child Development, 37, 63-71.

Lewis, M. (1967). The meaning of a response or why researchers in infant behavior should be oriental metaphysicians.  Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 13(1), 7-18.

Lewis, M. (1967). Neonatal distress, measurement and prediction. Journal of the American Medical Association, 200(3), 157-158.

Lewis, M. (1967). Reaction time and choice performance in children's binary choice behavior.  Psychonomic Science, 7(10), 371-372.

Lewis, M., Bartels, B., Campbell, H., & Goldberg, S. (1967). Individual differences in attention: The relation between infants' condition at birth and attention distribution within the first year. American Journal of Diseases of Children, 113, 461-465.

Lewis, M., Bartels, B., & Goldberg, S. (1967). State as a determinant of infants' heart rate response stimulation. Science, 155(3761), 486-488. Article reviewed in Cardiology Digest, September 1967.

Lewis, M., Goldberg, S., & Rausch, M. (1967). Attention distribution as a function of novelty and familiarity.  Psychonomic Science, 7(6), 227-228.

Lewis, M., & Spaulding, S. J. (1967). Differential cardiac response to visual and auditory stimulation in the child.  Psychophysiology, 3, 229-237.

Lewis, M., Rausch, M., Goldberg, S., & Dodd, C. (1968). Error, response time and IQ: Sex differences in cognitive style of preschool children. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 26, 563-568.

Steele, W. G., & Lewis, M. (1968). A longitudinal study of the cardiac response during a problem-solving task and its relationship to general cognitive function. Psychonomic Science, 11(8), 275-276.

Dodd, C., & Lewis, M.  (1969). The magnitude of the orienting response in children as a function of changes in color and contour. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 8, 296-305.

Freedle, R., & Lewis, M. (1969). On relating an infant's observation time of visual stimuli with choice-theory analysis.  Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2(1), 129-133.

Goldberg, S., & Lewis, M. (1969). Play behavior in the year-old infant: Early sex differences. Child Development, 40, 21-31.

Lewis, M. (1969). Review of Endler, N.S., Boulter, L.R., & Osser, H. (Eds.), Contemporary issues in developmental psychology. New York: Holt, Rinehart, & Winston, 1968. In American Journal of Psychology, 82(4), 552-553.

Lewis, M. (1969). Infants' responses to facial stimuli during the first year of life. Developmental Psychology, 1, 75-86.

Lewis, M., Dodd, C., & Harwitz, M. (1969). Cardiac responsivity to tactile stimulation in waking and sleeping infants.  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 29, 259-269.

Lewis, M., & Goldberg, S. (1969). The acquisition and violation of expectancy: An experimental paradigm.  Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 7, 70-80.

Lewis, M., & Goldberg, S. (1969). Perceptual-cognitive development in infancy:  A generalized expectancy model as a function of the mother-infant interaction.  Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 15 (1), 81-100.

Sontag, L. W., Steele, W. G., & Lewis, M. (1969). The fetal and maternal cardiac response to environmental stress.  Human Development, 12(1), 1-9.

Lewis, M., & Baumel, M. H. (1970). A study in the ordering of attention.  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 31, 979-990.

Lewis, M., & Wilson, C. D. (1970). The cardiac response to a perceptual cognitive task in the young child.  Psychophysiology, 6(4), 411-420.

Lewis, M., Wilson, C. D., Ban, P., & Baumel, M. H. (1970). An exploratory study of resting cardiac rates and variability from the last trimester of prenatal life through the first year of postnatal life. Child Development, 41(3), 800-811.

Lewis, M., & Wilson, L. (1970). An infant stabilimeter. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 10, 52-56.

Lewis, M. (1971). Developmental inquiry--A credibility gap. (Review of Bernard, H.W., Human development in western culture. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1970). Contemporary Psychology, 16(3), 147-148.

Lewis, M. (1971). A developmental study of the cardiac response to stimulus onset and offset during the first year of life.  Psychophysiology, 8(6), 689-698.

Lewis, M. (1971). Sex differences in cognitive style: A rejoinder. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 33, 1006.

Lewis, M., & Johnson, N. (1971). What's thrown out with the bath water: A baby? Child Development, 42(4), 1053-1055.

Lewis, M., Wilson, C.D., & Baumel, M.H. (1971). Attention distribution in the 24-month-old: Variations in complexity and incongruity of the human form. Child Development, 42(2), 429-438

Lewis, M. (1972). Parents and children: Sex-role development. School Review, 80(2), 229-240.

Lewis, M. (1972). Sex differences in play behavior of the very young. Journal of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, 43(6), 38-39.

Lewis, M. (1972). State as an infant-environment interaction: An analysis of mother-infant interaction as a function of sex.  Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 18, 95-121.

Lewis, M.  (1972). There's no unisex in the nursery.  Psychology Today, 5(12), 54-57.

Lewis, M., & McGurk, H. (1972). Evaluation of infant intelligence: Infant intelligence scores--true or false? Science, 178(40-66), 1174-1177.

Lewis, M., & Wilson, C. D. (1972). Infant development in lower-class American families.  Human Development, 15(2), 112-127.

Lusk, D., & Lewis, M. (1972). Mother-infant interaction and infant development among the Wolof of Senegal.  Human Development, 15(1), 58-69.

McGurk, H., & Lewis, M. (1972). Birth order: A phenomenon in search of an explanation.  Developmental Psychology, 7(3), 366.

Messer, S. B., & Lewis, M. (1972). Social class and sex differences in the attachment and play behavior of the one-year-old infant.  Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 18(4), 295-306.

Lewis, M. (1973). Infant intelligence tests: Their use and misuse. Human Development, 16, 108-118.

Lewis, M., & McGurk, H. (1973). Testing infant intelligence.  Science, 182, 737.

Brooks, J., & Lewis, M. (1974). Attachment behavior in thirteen-month-old, opposite sex twins. Child Development, 45, 243-247.

Brooks, J., & Lewis, M. (1974). The effect of time on attachment as measured in a free play situation. Child Development, 45, 311-316.

Lewis, M., & Ban, P. (1974). Mothers and fathers, girls and boys: Attachment behavior in the one-year-old.  Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 20(3), 195-204.

McGurk, H., & Lewis, M. (1974). Space perception in early infancy: Perception within a common auditory-visual space?  Science, 186(4164), 649-650.

Yoshida, R. K., Lewis, M., Schimpler, S., Ackerman, J. Z., Driscoll, J., & Koenigsberger, M. R. (1974). The distribution of attention within a group of infants "at risk." Research Bulletin, 74-41. Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service.

Lewis, M. (1975). Early sex differences in the human: Studies of socioemotional development. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 4(4), 329-335. Also in E.A. Rubinstein, R. Green, & E. Brecher (Eds.), New directions in sex research. New York: Plenum.

Lewis, M. (1976). A theory of conversation. The Quarterly Newsletter of the Institute for Comparative Human Development. New York: The Rockefeller University, September, 1, 1.

Brooks, J., & Lewis, M. (1976). Infants' responses to strangers: Midget, adult and child. Child Development, 47, 323-332.

Cherry, L., & Lewis, M. (1976). Mothers and two-year-olds: A study of sex-differentiated aspects of verbal interaction. Developmental Psychology, 12(4), 278-282.

Lewis, M. (1977). The busy, purposeful world of a baby. Psychology Today (February), 53-58.       

Lewis, M. (1977). A new response to stimuli. The Sciences, May/June, 18-19, 27.

Lewis, M. (1977). Early socioemotional development and its relevance for curriculum. Invited address for the American Educational Research Association meetings, San Francisco, April 1976.  Also in Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 23(4), 279-286.

Weinraub, M., Brooks, J., & Lewis, M. (1977). The social network: A reconsideration of the concept of attachment.  Human Development, 20, 31-47.

Zarin-Ackerman, J., Lewis, M., & Driscoll, J. (1977). Language development in two-year-old normal and risk infants.  Pediatrics, 59, 6(supplement), 982.

Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (1978). The child as a member of the family system. Behavioral Science, 23, 225-233.

Lewis, M. (1978). Attention and verbal labeling behavior: A study of the measurement of internal representations.  The Journal of Genetic Psychology, 133, 191-202.

Lewis, M. (1978). The infant and its caregiver: The role of contingency. Allied Health and Behavioral Sciences, (4), 469-474.

Lewis, M. (1978). Social knowledge and mental acts. (Review of Linguistically: Mediated toll use and exchange by chimpanzees, Pan Troglodytes, by E.S. Savange-Rumbaugh, D.M. Rumbaugh, & S. Boysen, Does the chimpanzee have a theory of mind? by D. Premack & G. Woodruff; Prospects for a cognitive ethology, by D.R. Griffin). The Behavioral and Brain Sciences (Special Issue on Cognition & Consciousness in Nonhuman Species), 4, 580-581.

Brooks-Gunn, J., & Lewis, M. (1979). The effects of age and sex on infants' playroom behavior.  Journal of Genetic Psychology, 134, 99-105.

Brooks-Gunn, J., & Lewis, M. (1979). Why "Mama and Papa?" The development of social labels.  Child Development, 50, 1203-1206.

Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (1979). Sex and age differences in young children's reactions to frustration: A further look at the Goldberg and Lewis (1969) subjects. Child Development, 50, 848-853.

Lewis, M. (1979). Cognitive factors in attachment. (A review of Toward a general theory of infantile attachment: A comparative review of aspects of the social bond, by D.W. Rajeck, M.E. Lamb, & P. Obmascher). The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2(4), 640.

Lewis, M. (March 1979). Issues in the study of imitation. ERIC document #ED 171-394, presented at SRCD Symposium: Imitation in Infancy: What, When & How?

Lewis, M. (1979). The self as a developmental concept. Human Development, 22, 416-419.

Lewis, M., & Kreitzberg, V. (1979). The effects of birth order and spacing on mother-infant interactions.  Developmental Psychology, 15(6), 617-625.

Lewis, M., & Weinraub, M. (1979). Origins of early sex-role development. Sex Roles, 5(2), 135-153.

Thurman, S. K., & Lewis, M. (1979). Children's response to differences: Some possible implications for mainstreaming.  Exceptional Children, 45(6), 468-470.

Young, G., & Lewis, M. (1979). Effects of familiarity and maternal attention on infant peer relations.  Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 25(2), 105-119.

Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (1980). Temperament: Sex differences and stability in vigor, activity and persistence in the first three years of life. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 136, 65-75.

Lewis, M. (1980). Peer interaction and maltreated children: Social network and epigenetic models.  Infant Mental Health Journal, 1(4), 224-231.

Lewis, M., & Coates, D. L. (1980). Mother-infant interactions and cognitive development in twelve-week-old infants.  Infant Behavior and Development, 3, 95-105.

Brooks-Gunn, J., & Lewis, M. (1981). Assessing the handicapped young: Issues and solutions.  Journal of the Division of Early Childhood, 84-95.

Brooks-Gunn, J., & Lewis, M. (1981). Infant social perception: Responses to pictures of parents and strangers.  Developmental Psychology, 17(5), 647-649.

Jaskir, J., & Lewis, M. (1981). A factor analytic study of mother-infant interaction at ages 12 and 24 months, ERIC document. Abstract appears in Resources in Education (RIE).

Lewis, M., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (1981). Visual attention at three months as a predictor of cognitive functioning at two years of age.  Intelligence, 5, 131-140.

Lewis, M., & Brooks-Gunn, J.  (1981). Attention and intelligence.  Intelligence, 5, 231-238.        

Brinker, R., & Lewis, M. (1982). Discovering the competent handicapped infant:  A process approach to assessment and intervention. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 2(2), 1-16.

Brinker, R., & Lewis, M. (1982). Making the world work with microcomputers:  A learning prosthesis for handicapped infants. Exceptional Children, 49(2), 163-169.

Brooks-Gunn, J., & Lewis, M. (1982). Development of play behavior in handicapped and normal infants.  Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 2(3), 14-27.

Brooks-Gunn, J., & Lewis, M. (1982). Temperament and affective interaction in handicapped infants. Journal of Division of Early Childhood, 5, 31-41.

Fox, N., & Lewis, M. (1982). Motor asymmetries in preterm infants: Effects of prematurity and illness.  Developmental Psychobiology, 15, 19-23.

Fox, N., & Lewis, M. (1982). Prematurity, illness, and experience as factors in development. Journal of Division of Early Childhood, 6, 60-72.

Lewis, M. (1982). Play as whimsy. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 5, 166.

Lewis, M., Sullivan, M. W., & Michalson, L. (1982). The cognitive-emotional fugue.  Research and Clinical Center for Child Development. Annual Report 1981-1982.  Sapporo, Japan: Hokkaido University.

Wasserman, G., & Lewis, M. (1982). The effects of situations and situation transitions in maternal-infant behavior. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 140, 19-31.

Brooks-Gunn, J., & Lewis, M. (1983). Screening and diagnosing handicapped infants. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 3(1), 14-28.

Feinman, S., & Lewis, M.  (1983). Social referencing and second order effects in ten-month-old infants.  Child Development, 54, 878-887.

Feiring, C., Lewis, M., & Jaskir, J. (1983). The birth of a sibling: Its effects on the mother-first born child interaction. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 4, 190-195.    

Fox, N., & Lewis, M. (1983). Cardiac response to speech sounds in preterm infants: Effects of postnatal illness at three months.  Psychophysiology, 20, 481-488.

Greene, J., Fox, N., & Lewis, M. (1983). The relationship between neonatal characteristics and three month mother-infant interaction in high risk infants. Child Development, 54(5), 1286-1296.

Leifer, J., & Lewis, M. (1983). Maternal speech to normal and handicapped children: A look at question- asking behavior. Infant Behavior and Development, 6, 175-187.

Lewis, M., & Jaskir, J. (1983). Infant intelligence and its relationship to birth order and birth spacing. Infant Behavior and Development, 6, 117-120.

Brooks-Gunn, J., & Lewis, M. (1984). The development of early visual self-recognition. Developmental Review, 4, 215-239.

Brooks-Gunn, J., & Lewis, M. (1984). Maternal responsivity in interactions with handicapped infants.  Child Development, 55, 782-793.

Coates, D., & Lewis, M. (1984). Early mother-infant interaction and infant cognitive status as predictors of school performance and cognitive behavior in six year olds. Child Development, 55, 1219-1230.

Feiring, C., Lewis, M., & Starr, M. D. (1984). Indirect effects and infants= reactions to strangers. Developmental Psychology, 20, 485-491.

Leifer, J., & Lewis, M. (1984). Acquisition of conversational response skills by young Down Syndrome and non-retarded young children. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 88(6), 610-618.         

Lewis, M., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (1984). Age and handicapped group differences in infants' visual attention.  Child Development, 55, 858-868.

Lewis, M., Feiring, C., McGuffog, C., & Jaskir, J. (1984). Predicting psychopathology in six year olds from early social relations.  Child Development, 55, 123-136.

Lewis, M., & Michalson, L. (1984). The socialization of emotional pathology in infancy. Infant Mental Health Journal, 5(3), 121-134.

Lewis, M., & Michalson, L. (1984). Emotion without feeling? Feeling without thinking? Contemporary Psychology, 29, 457-459.

Lewis, M. (1985). Gifted or dysfunctional: The child savant. Pediatric Annals, 14, 733-744.

Lewis, M. (1985). Predicting psychopathology in six year olds from early parental relations.  Integrative Psychiatry, 3, 284-289.

Lewis, M., Brooks-Gunn, J., & Jaskir, J. (1985). Individual differences in visual self recognition as a function of mother-infant attachment relationship. Developmental Psychology, 21, 1181-1187.

Lewis, M., Sullivan, M., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (1985). Emotional behavior during the learning of a contingency in early infancy. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 3, 307-316. 

Lewis, M., & Sullivan, M. (1985). Imitation in the first six months of life: Phenomenon in the eye of the beholder.  Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 31, 315-333.

Wasserman, G.A., & Lewis, M. (1985). Infant sex differences: Ecological effects. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 12, 665-670.

Weistuch, L. & Lewis, M. (1985). The Language Interaction Intervention Project. Analysis and Intervention in Developmental Disabilities, 5, 97-106.

Bendersky, M., & Lewis, M. (1986). The impact of birth order on mother-infant interactions in preterm and sick infants.  Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 7, 242-246.

Lewis, M. (1986). The role of emotion in development. Journal of Children in Contemporary Society, 7(4), 7-22.

Lewis, M., Feiring, C., & McGuffog, C. (1986). Profiles of young gifted and normal children: Skills and abilities as related to sex and handedness. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 6, 9-22. Austin, Texas: PROED.

Lewis, M., Jaskir, J., & Enright, M. (1986). Development of mental abilities in infancy. Intelligence, 10, 331-354.

Feiring, C., Fox, N., Jaskir, J., & Lewis, M. (1987). The relationship between social support, infant risk, status and mother-infant interaction. Developmental Psychology, 23(3), 400-405.

Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (1987). The ecology of some middle class families at dinner. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 10(3), 377-390.

Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (1987). The child's social network: Sex differences from three to six years.  Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 17, 621-636.

Lewis, M., Sullivan, M. W., & Vasen, A. (1987). Making Faces: Age and emotion differences in the posing of emotional expressions.  Developmental Psychology, 23(5), 690-697.

McGuffog, C., Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (1987). The diverse profile of the extremely gifted child.  Roeper Review, 10(2), 82-89

Bendersky, M., Lewis, M., Mandelbaum, D., & Stanger, C. (1988). Serial neuropsychological follow-up of a pediatric patient following craniospinal irradiation.  Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 30, 816-820.

Lewis, M. (1988). Advances in the measurement of emotion (A review: C.E. Izard & P. B. Read [Eds.], Measuring Emotions in Infants and Children, Vol. 2, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1986).  Contemporary Psychology, 33(5), 405-407.

Lewis, M. (1988). Child interest-parent interest: Biological and psychological parenting.  New Jersey Family Lawyer, Volume VIII, #3, November, 56-58.

Lewis, M. (1988). The development of behavioral states and the expression  of emotions in early infancy: New proposals for investigation. (A review: Wolff, P.H, The Development of Behavioral States and the Expression of Emotions in Early Infancy: New Proposals for Investigation, Chicago, IL:  University of Chicago Press). American Scientist, 76(4), 408.

Lewis, M. (1988). Perinatal Development: A Psychobiological Perspective (A review: Krasnegor, Blass, Hofer & Smotherman [Eds.], Perinatal development: A psychobiological perspective, Orlando, FL, Academic Press, 1987). Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 9(5), 313.

Lewis, M. (1988). The effectiveness of early intervention for at-risk and handicapped children. (A review: M.J. Guralnick & F.C. Bennett [Eds.], The effectiveness of early intervention for at-risk and handicapped children, Orlando, FL: Academic Press, 1987).  Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 9, (5), 313-314.

Lewis, M., Feiring, C., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (1988). Young children's social networks as a function of age and dysfunction.  Infant Mental Health Journal, 9(2), 142-157.

Sullivan, M., & Lewis, M. (1988). Facial expressions during learning in one-year olds. Infant Behavior and Development, 11, 373-377.

Lewis, M. (1989). A review: Bornstein, M.H., Sensitive periods in development: Interdisciplinary perspectives, Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Human Development, 32 (1), 60-64.

Lewis, M. (1989). Chaos: Making a new science. (A review: Gleick, J. Chaos. Making a new science, New York:  Viking, 1987).  Human Development, 32 (3-4), 241-244.

Lewis, M. (1989). Cognition and emotion: Comments on Frye's paper. D. Frye, Social and cognitive development in infancy, Special Issue, Numero Special, Infancy and Education: Psychological Consideration, European Journal of Psychology of Education, June, IV(2), 141-143.

Lewis, M. (1989). Commentary: Continuity, developmental and discontinuity analyzed. Human Development, 32, (3-4), 216-222.

Lewis, M. (1989). Emotional development in the preschool child. Normal Development in Early Childhood, a Special Issue of Pediatric Annals, 18 (5), 316-327.

Lewis, M., & Bendersky, M. (1989). Cognitive and motor differences in low birth weight infants: The impact of intraventricular hemorrhage, medical risk and social class.  Pediatrics, 83(2), 182-192.     

Lewis, M., & Feiring, C. (1989). Infant, mother and mother-infant interaction behavior and subsequent attachment.  Child Development, 60, 831-837.

Lewis, M., Stanger, C., & Sullivan, M. W. (1989). Deception in three-year-olds. Developmental Psychology, 25(3), 439-443.

Lewis, M., Sullivan, M. W., Stanger, C., & Weiss, M. (1989). Self-development and self-conscious emotions.  Child Development, 60, 146-156.

Sullivan, M., & Lewis, M. (1989). Emotion and cognition in infancy: Facial expressions during contingency learning. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 12 (2), 221-237.

Worobey, J., & Lewis, M. (1989). Individual differences in the reactivity of young infants.  Developmental Psychology, 25 (4), 663-667.

Alessandri, S. M., Sullivan, M. W., & Lewis, M. (1990).  Violation of expectancy and frustration in early infancy.  Developmental Psychology, 26(5), 738-744.

Bendersky, M., & Lewis, M. (1990). Early language ability as a function of ventricular dilatation associated with intraventricular hemorrhage. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 11, 17-21.

Lewis, M. (1990). The development of intentionality and the role of consciousness. Psychological Inquiry, 1(3), 231-248.

Lewis, M. (1990). Intention, consciousness, desires and development. Psychological Inquiry, 1(3), 278-283.

Lewis, M. (1990). A review: Bornstein, M.H., Maternal responsiveness: Characteristics and consequences, San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass, Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 11(5), 279-280.

Lewis, M. (1990). Social knowledge and social development. Special Issue of Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 36(1),  93-116.

Lewis, M. (1990). What is psychobiology? (A Review. H. Rauh & H.-Ch. Steinhausen [1987] [Eds.], Psychobiology and early development. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: North-Holland). Contemporary Psychology, 35(6), 575-577.

Lewis, M., Alessandri, S., & Sullivan, M. W. (1990).  Violation of expectancy, loss of control, and anger in young infants.  Developmental Psychology, 26 (5), 745-751.

Lewis, M., & Thomas, D. (1990). Cortisol release in infants in response to inoculation. Child Development, 61, 50-59.                                         
Lewis, M., Thomas, D., & Worobey, J. (1990). Developmental organization, stress and illness. Psychological Science, 1(5), 316-318.

Sullivan, M. W., & Lewis, M. (1990). Contingency Intervention: A program portrait.  Journal of Early Intervention, 14(4), 367-375.

Lewis, M. (1991). The origins of shame, guilt, pride, and embarrassment. The Brown University Child Behavior & Development Letter, May, 7(5), 3.

Lewis, M. (1991). Ways of knowing: Objective self awareness or consciousness. Developmental Review (Special Issue), 11, 231-243.

Lewis, M., Bendersky, M., Koons, A., Hegyi, T., Hiatt, M., Ostfeld, B., & Rosenfeld, D. (1991). Visitation to a neonatal intensive care unit.  Pediatrics, 88(4), 795-800.

Lewis, M., & Lewis, B. (1991). On theories about nature of emotion. (A review: Salzen, E.A.) Nature of emotion. International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 5(2), 91-95.

Lewis, M., Stanger, C., Sullivan, M. W., & Barone, P. (1991). Changes in embarrassment as a function of age, sex and situation. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 9, 485-492.

Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (1991). The development of social networks from early to middle childhood: Gender differences and the relation to school competence. Sex Roles, 25(3/4), 237-253.

Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (1991). The transition from middle childhood to early adolescence:  Sex differences in the social network and perceived self-competence. Sex Roles, 24(7,8), 489-509.

Weistuch, L., Lewis, M., & Sullivan, M. W. (1991). Use of a language interaction intervention in the preschools.  Journal of Early Intervention, 15(3), 278-287.

Lewis, M. (1992). Commentary. (Lerner, R.M., & von Eye, A., Sociobiology and human development: Arguments and evidence).  Human Development, 35(1), 44-51.

Lewis, M. (1992). Developing developmental psychopathology. (A review: Cicchetti, D. [Ed.], The emergence of a discipline). Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 13, 483-488.

Lewis, M. (1992). Individual differences in response to stress.  Pediatrics, 90(3), 487-490.

Lewis, M. (1992). Many minds make madness: Judgement under uncertainty and certainty. (commentary on Robin Fox's paper "Prejudice and the unfinished mind: A new look at an old failing").  Psychological Inquiry, 3(2), 170-171.

Lewis, M. (1992). Risk and protective factors in the development of psychopathology. (Review).  American Scientist, 80, 292-293.
Lewis, M. (1992).  Shame, the exposed self.   Zero to Three, Vol. XII, No. 4, April, 6-10.

Lewis, M. (1992). When does a self (or selves) emerge? (a review: Cicchetti, D., & Beeghly, M. [Eds.]. [1990], The self in transition: Infancy to childhood. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press).  Contemporary Psychology, 37(11), 1161-1162. 

Lewis, M. (1992). Will the real self or selves please stand up. (A review: Butterworth, G.) Psychological Inquiry, 3 (2), 123-124.

Lewis, M., Alessandri, S., & Sullivan, M. W. (1992). Differences in shame and pride as a function of children's gender and task difficulty.  Child Development, 63, 630-638.

Lewis, M., Ramsay, D. S., & Suomi, S. J. (1992). Validating current immunization practice with young infants.  Pediatrics, 90(5), 771-773.

Lewis, M., Sullivan, M. W., Ramsay, D. S., & Alessandri, S. M. (1992). Individual differences in anger and sad expressions during extinction: Antecedents and consequences.  Infant Behavior and Development, 15, 443-452.

Lewis, M., Worobey, J., Ramsay, D. S., & McCormack, M. K. (1992). Prenatal exposure to heavy metals: Effect on childhood cognitive skills and health status. Pediatrics, 89(6), 1010-1015.

Louis, B., & Lewis, M. (1992). Parental beliefs about giftedness in young children and their relation to actual ability level.  Gifted Child Quarterly, 36(1), 27-31.

Sullivan, M. W., Lewis, M., & Alessandri, S. (1992). Cross-age stability in emotional expressions during learning and extinction. Developmental Psychology, 28(1), 58-63.

Worobey, J., & Lewis, M. (1992). Behavioral differences in response to stress between breasts and bottle fed infants.  Topics in Clinical Nutrition, 7(3), 48-55.

Alessandri, S. M., & Lewis, M. (1993). Parental evaluation and its relation to shame and pride in young children.  Sex Roles, 29(5/6), 335-343.

Alessandri, S. M., Sullivan, M. W., Imaizumi, S., & Lewis, M. (1993). Learning and emotional responsivity in cocaine-exposed infants. Developmental Psychology, 29, 989-997.

DeBerry, K., Lewis, M., Louis, B., Ukeje, I., & Feiring, C. (1993). Identifying young gifted minorities. Gifted Child Today, 16(5), 38-39.

Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (1993). Do mothers know their teenagers' friends? Implications for individuation in early adolescence.  Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 22(4), 1-18.

Lewis, M. (1993).  Commentary. (Raver, C.C., & Leadbeater, B.J., The problem of the other in research on theory of mind and social development. Human Development, 36, 350-362).  Human Development, 36, 363-367.

Lewis, M., Ramsay, D. S., & Kawakami, K. (1993). Differences between Japanese infants and Caucasian American infants in behavioral and cortisol response to inoculation.  Child Development, 64, 1722-1731.

Lewis, M., Worobey, J., Ramsay, D. S., & McCormack, M. K. (1993). Prenatal exposure to heavy metals: Effect on childhood cognitive skills and health status. Pediatric Digest, April, 30-32.

Stanger, C., & Lewis, M. (1993). Agreement among parents, teachers, and children on internalizing behavior problems. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 22(1), 107-115.

Sullivan, M. W., & Lewis, M. (1993). Contingency, means end skills, and the use of technology in infant intervention.  Infants and Young Children, 5, 58-77. (Reprinted in: [1995] J.A. Blackman [Ed.], Technology in early intervention [pp. 49-75]. Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen)

Bendersky, M., & Lewis, M. (1994).  Environmental risk, biological risk, and developmental outcome. Developmental Psychology, 30 (4), 484-494.

Lewis, M. (1994). Does attachment imply a relationship or multiple relationships? Psychological Inquiry, 5(1), 47-51.

Ramsay, D. S., & Lewis, M. (1994). Developmental change in infant cortisol and behavioral response to inoculation.  Child Development, 65, 1483-1494.

Bendersky, M., & Lewis, M. (1995). Effects of intraventricular hemorrhage and other medical and environmental risks on multiple outcomes at age three years. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics,16(2), 89-96.

Lewis, M. (1995). The nature of cause, the role of antecedent conditions in children's attribution and emotional behavior. (A review of Dweck, C.S., Chiu, C., & Hong, Y. Implicit theories and their role in judgments and reactions: A world from two perspectives). Psychological Inquiry, 6, 305-307.

Lewis, M. (1995). Self-conscious emotions. American Scientist, 83, 68-78.

Lewis, M. (1995). Il sé a nudo (Shame, The Exposed Self). Psicologia Contemporanea, 128, 34-41.

Lewis, M., & Ramsay, D. S. (1995). Developmental change in infants' responses to stress. Child Development, 66, 657-670.

Lewis, M., & Ramsay, D. S. (1995). Stability and change in cortisol and behavioral responses to stress during the first 18 months of life. Developmental Psychobiology, 28(8), 419-428.

Ramsay, D. S., & Lewis, M. (1995). The effects of birth condition on infants' cortisol response to stress. Pediatrics, 95(4), 546-549.

Sullivan, M. W., Laverick, D. H., & Lewis, M. (1995, April). Fostering environmental control in a young child with Rett Syndrome: A case study. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 25, 215-221.

Alessandri, S. M., & Lewis, M. (1996). Differences in pride and shame in maltreated and non-maltreated preschoolers. Child Development, 67, 1857-1869.

Bendersky, M., Alessandri, S. M., Gilbert, P., & Lewis, M. (1996). Characteristics of pregnant substance abusers in two cities in the Northeast. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 22 (3), 349-362.

Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (1996). Finality in the eye of the beholder: Multiple sources, multiple time points, multiple paths. Development and Psychopathology, 8, 721-733.

Feiring, C., Taska, L., & Lewis, M. (1996). A process model for understanding adaptation to sexual abuse: The role of shame in defining stigmatization. Child Abuse & Neglect, 20(8), 767-792.

Kimpo, C., Louis, B., Bendersky, M., Frenkel, L., & Lewis, M. (1996). Cognitive and motor effects of pediatric HIV infection and prenatal substance exposure. Journal of Neuro Virology, 2(1), 41.

Lewis, M. (1996). The quest for precursors and causes (A review of Precursors and causes in development and psychopathology, 1993. Hay, D. F., & Angold, A. [Eds.)]. Chichester, England: John Wiley & Sons).  Contemporary Psychology, 41(2), 140-142.

Lewis, M. (1996). The self as cause. (A review of J. E. Jacobs [Ed.], Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, 1992: Developmental perspectives on motivation, Vol. 40. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1993.)  Contemporary Psychology, 41(2), 142-143.

Ramsay, D. S., Bendersky, M. I., & Lewis, M. (1996). Effect of prenatal alcohol and cigarette exposure on 2- and 6-month-old infants= adrenocortical reactivity to stress. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 21, 833-840.

DiBiase, R., & Lewis, M. (1997). The relation between temperament and embarrassment. Cognition and Emotion, 11, 259-271.

Feiring, C., Louis, B., Ukeje, I., Lewis, M., & Leong, P. (1997). Early identification of gifted minority kindergarten students in Newark, NJ. Gifted Child Quarterly, 41, 13-19.

Lewis, M., & Ramsay, D.S. (1997). Stress reactivity and self-recognition. Child Development, 68, 621-629.

Louis, B., & Lewis, M. (1997). Increasing car seat use for toddlers from inner city families. American Journal of Public Health, 87(6), 1044-1045.

Taska, L., Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (Fall, 1997). Victims who become victimizers: Some preliminary findings. NJ Advisor: The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children-New Jersey Newsletter, 2(2), 16-18.

Alessandri, S., Bendersky, M., & Lewis, M. (1998). Cognitive functioning in 8- to 18-month-old drug-exposed infants. Developmental Psychology, 34(3), 565-573.

Bendersky, M., & Lewis, M. (1998). Arousal modulation in cocaine-exposed infants. Developmental Psychology, 34(3), 555-564.

Bendersky, M., & Lewis, M. (1998). Prenatal cocaine exposure and impulse control at two years. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 846, 365-367.

Bendersky, M., Koons, A., Lewis, M., & Hegyi, T. (1998). Developmental implications of head growth following intracranial hemorrhage. Clinical Pediatrics, 37, 469-476.

Feiring, C., Taska, L., & Lewis, M. (1998). The role of shame and attribution style in children=s and adolescents= adaptation to sexual abuse. Child Maltreatment, 3(2), 129-142.

Feiring, C., Taska, L., & Lewis, M. (1998, April). Social support and children=s and adolescents= adaptation to sexual abuse. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 13(2), 240-260.

Lewis, M. (1998). Altering fate: Why the past does not predict the future.  Response to Krantz=s essay.  Psychological Inquiry, 9(2), 105-108.

Ramsay, D. S., & Lewis, M. (1998). The onset of self-recognition and the emergence of self-awareness. Infant Behavior and Development, 21, 637.

Rosenthal, S., Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (1998). Political volunteering from late adolescence to young adulthood: Patterns and predictors. Journal of Social Issues, 54(3), 477-493.

Bendersky, M., & Lewis, M. (1999). Developmental effects of prenatal cocaine exposure. NJ Advisor,4(1), 19-21.

Bendersky, M., & Lewis, M. (1999). Prenatal cocaine exposure and neonatal condition. Infant Behavior and             Development,22(3), 353-366.

Feiring, C., Taska, L., & Lewis, M. (1999). Age and gender differences in children=s and adolescents= adaptation to sexual abuse. Child Abuse and Neglect, 23, 115-128.

Lewis, M. (1999). Contextualism and the issue of continuity. Does Infancy Matter: Special Issue: Infant            Behavior and Development, 22(4), 431-444.

Lewis, M. (1999) Does Infancy Matter? Preface. Does Infancy Matter: Special Issue: Infant  Behavior and Development, 22(4), 413-414.

Lewis, M.  (1999). Do Environments Matter at all? (Review of Judith Rich Harris, The nurture assumption: Why children turn out the way they do. Simon Schuster, 1998). Social Policy, Summer, 34-43.

Lewis, M., & Ramsay, D. S. (1999). Effect of maternal soothing on infant stress reactivity. Child Development, 70(1), 11-20.

Rosenblum, G., & Lewis, M. (1999). The relations among body-image, physical attractiveness, and body mass in adolescence. Child Development, 70(1), 50-64.

Lewis, M., Feiring, C., & Rosenthal, S.  (2000). Attachment over time. Child Development, 71(3), 707-720.

Louis, B., Subotnik, R. F., Breland, P. S., & Lewis, M. (2000). Establishing criteria forhigh ability versus selective admission to gifted programs: Implications for policyand practice. Educational Psychology Review, 12(3), 295-314.

Sullivan, M., & Lewis, M. (2000). Assistive technology for the very young: Creating responsive environments. Infants & Young Children, 12(4), 34-52.

Lewis, M. (2001). Continuity and Change: A Reply. Psychological Inquiry,12 (2), 110-112.

Lewis, M. (2001). Issues in the study of personality development. Psychological Inquiry, 12(2), 67-83.

Lewis, M. (2001). Stress e malattia nel bambino. Psicologia Della Salute: Quadrimestrale di psicologia e scienze della salute, 3/2000 (pp. 57-62). Italy: FrancoAngelli.

Louis, B., & Lewis, M. (2001). Effective Identification of Children for Gifted Education Programming. Gifted Education Press Quarterly,15(3), 2-5.

Ukeje, I., Bendersky, M., & Lewis, M. (2001). Mother-infant interaction at 12 months in prenatally cocaine exposed children. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 27(2), 203-224.

Bennett, D. S., Bendersky, M., & Lewis, M. (2002) Children’s intellectual and emotional-behavioral adjustment at 4-years as a function of cocaine exposure, maternal characteristics, environmental risk. Developmental Psychology, 38(5), 648-658.

Bennett, D. S., Bendersky, M., & Lewis, M. (2002). Facial expressivity at 4 months: A context by expression  analysis.  Infancy, 3(1), 97-113.

Feiring, C., Taska, L., & Lewis, M. (2002). Adjustment following sexual abuse discovery: The role of shame and attributional style. Developmental Psychology, 38(1), 79-92.  Won the APSAC (American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children) research award.

Lewis, M. (2002). Altruism is never self-sacrifice. [Commentary on Howard Rachlin’s paper “Altruism and    Selfishness”]. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 25(2), 268-268.

Lewis, M. (2002). Empathy requires the development of the self. [Commentary on Stephanie D. Preston & Frans B.M. deWaal’s paper “Empathy: Its ultimate and proximate bases”]. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 25(1), 42-42.

Lewis, M., & Ramsay, D. (2002). Cortisol response to embarrassment and shame.  Child Development, 73(4), 1034-1045.

Bendersky, M., Gambini, G., Lastella, A., Bennett, D., & Lewis, M.  (2003).  Inhibitory motor control at five years as a  function of prenatal cocaine exposure. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 24(5), 345-351.

Carmody, D. P., Dunn, S. M., & Lewis M. (2003). Brain activity during auditory name recognition: A functional MRI study. Academic Radiology, 10, 952-953.

Carmody, D. P., Lewis, M., Biswal, B. B., Dunn, S. M., & Nelson, A. R.  (2003).  Functional MRI activity during auditory recognition of own and other names.  Presented at the 9th International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain, June 19-22, 2003, New York, NY.  Available on CD-ROM in Neuroimage, Vol. 19, No. 2.

Lewis, M.  (2003). The role of self in shame.  Social Research, 70(4), 1181-1204.

Ramsay, D., & Lewis, M. (2003). Reactivity and regulation in cortisol and behavioral responses to stress. Child Development, 74(2), 456-464.

Sullivan, M. W., & Lewis, M. (2003). Contextual determinants of anger and other negative expressions in young infants. Developmental Psychology, 39(4), 693-705.

Sullivan, M. W., & Lewis, M. (2003). Emotional expressions of young infants and children: A practitioner’s primer. Infants and Young Children, 16(2), 120-142.

Bennett, D. S., Bendersky, M., & Lewis, M. (2004). On specifying specificity: Facial expressions at 4-months. Infancy,6(3), 425-429.

Carmody, D. P., Dunn, S. M., Boddie-Willis, A. S., DeMarco, J. K., & Lewis, M. (2004). A quantitative measure of myelination development in infants. Neuroradiology, 46(9), 781-786.

Lewis, M. (2004). Emotional Development: Past, Present and Future. [Commentary on Rachel Conrad’s paper “As if she defied the world in her joyousness: Rereading Darwin on emotion and emotional development”]. Human Development, 47(1) 66-70. 

Lewis, M., Hitchcock, D. F. A., & Sullivan, M. W. (2004). Physiological and emotional reactivity to learning and frustration. Infancy, 6(1), 121-143.

Lewis, M., & Ramsay, D. (2004). Development of self-recognition, personal pronoun use, and pretend play in the second year. Child Development, 75(6), 1821-1831.

Lewis, M., & Ramsay, D. (2004). Infant emotional response to goal blockage, control, and cortisol response. Emotion Researcher, 19(2) 8-9.

Bennett, D. S., Bendersky, M., & Lewis, M.  (2005). Antecedents of emotion knowledge: Predictors of individual differences in young children. Cognition and Emotion, 19(3), 375-396.

Bennett, D. S., Bendersky, M., & Lewis, M. (2005) Does the organization of emotional expression change over time?  Facial expressivity from 4 to 12 months. Infancy, 8(2), 167-187.

Bennett, D. S., Sullivan, M. W., & Lewis, M. (2005). Young children’s adjustment as a function of maltreatment, shame, and anger.  Child Maltreatment, 10(4), 311-323.

Hochhauser, C.  J., Lewis, M., Kamen, B. A., & Cole, P. D. (2005). Steroid induced alterations of mood and behavior in children during treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Support Care Cancer, 13, 967-974.

Lewis, M. (2005). The child and its family: The social network model. Human Development. Special Issue: Beyond the Dyad: Conceptualization of Social Network, 48(1-2), 8-27.

Lewis, M. (2005). Shared intentions without a self. [Commentary on M. Tomasello, M. Carpenter, J. Call, T. Behne, & H. Moll’s paper, “Understanding and sharing intentions”]. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 28(5), 707-708.

Lewis, M., & Ramsay, D. (2005). Infant emotional and cortisol responses to goal blockage. Child Development, 76(2), 518-530.

Bendersky, M., Bennett, D., & Lewis, M. (2006). Aggression at age five as a function of prenatal exposure to cocaine, gender and environmental risk. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, special issue on prenatal drug exposure, 31(1), 71-84. 

Bennett, D. S., Mohamed, F. B., Carmody, D. P., Bendersky, M., Patel, S., Martinez, M., Faro, S. H., & Lewis, M. (2006). Behavioral inhibition in children prenatally exposed to tobacco: An fMRI study. (Abstract) NeuroImage, 31, Supplement 1, 550.

Bennett, D. S., Sullivan, M. W., & Lewis, M. (2006). Relations of parental report and observation of parenting to maltreatment history. Child Maltreatment, 11(1), 63-75.

Carmody, D. P., Bendersky, M, Dunn, S. M., DeMarco, J. K., Hegyi, T., Hiatt, M., &Lewis, M. (2006). Early risk, attention and brain activation in adolescents born preterm. Child Development, 77(3), 384-394.

Carmody, D. P., & Lewis, M. (2006). Brain activation when hearing one’s own and others’ names. Brain Research, 1116, 153-158.

Crossman, A. M., & Lewis, M. (2006). Adults’ ability to detect children’s lying. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 24: 703-715.

Dennis, T., Bendersky, M., Ramsay, D., & Lewis, M.  (2006).  Reactivity and regulation in children prenatally exposed to cocaine. Developmental Psychology, 42(4), 688-697.

Lewis, M. (2006). Review of  Nadel, J. & Muir, D. (Eds.), Emotional Development: Recent Research Advances.   Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005. In Infant and Child Development, 15(4), 443-445.

Lewis, M. (2006). Universals and cultural influences in emotional life. International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development Newsletter, 1(49), 15-17.

Lewis, M. & Carmody, D. P. (2006). Self representation and brain development. (Abstract) Program for the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, 18,220.

Lewis, M., Ramsay, D. S., & Sullivan, M. W. (2006). The relation of ANS and HPA activation to infant anger and sadness response to goal blockage. Developmental Psychobiology, 48, 397-405.

Bennett, D. S., Ragland, S., Herres, J., Sullivan M. W., & Lewis, M. The Ability of Parenting Scales to Identify Others with a History of Neglect: A Comparison of Three Measures. (Abstract) Annual Conference of the Eastern Psychological Association March 24, 2007.

Carmody, D. P., Moreno, R., Mars, A., Seshadri, K., Lambert, G., & Lewis, M. (2007). Brain activation to social words in a sedated child with autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 37, 1381-1385.

Bennett, D. S., Bendersky, M., & Lewis, M. (2008). Children’s cognitive ability from 4- to 9-years old as a function of prenatal cocaine exposure, environmental risk, and maternal verbal intelligenceDevelopmental Psychology,44(4), 919-928. *PMC2556289

Hochhauser, C., Gaur, S., Marone, R.  & Lewis, M. (2008). The impact of environmental risk factors on HIV-associated cognitive decline in children. AIDS Care, 20(6), 692-699.

Lewis, M. & Carmody, D. (2008). Self representation and brain development. Developmental Psychology, 44(5),
1329-1334.

Sullivan, M. W., Bennett, D.S., Carpenter, K., & Lewis, M. (2008). Emotion knowledge in young neglected
children. Child Maltreatment, 13(3), 301-306. PMC20099078

Crossman, A. M., Sullivan, M. W., Hitchcock, D. M. & Lewis, M. (2009). When frustration is repeated: Behavioral and emotion responses during extinction over time, Emotion, 9(1), 92-100. *PMC1482732

Bennett, D. S., Mohamed, F., Carmody, D., Bendersky, M., Patel, S., Khorrami, M., Faro, S., & Lewis, M. (2009).Response inhibition among early adolescents prenatally exposed to tobacco: An fMRI study.
Neurotoxicology and Teratology, 31, 283-290. *PMCID: 2771740

Kestler, L., & Lewis, M. (2009). Cortisol response to inoculation in 4-year-old children.
Psychoneuroendocrinology, 34, 743-751. *PMCID: 1916767

Lewis, M. (2009). Is there life after death?  Applied Developmental Science, 13(3), 149-152.

Bennett, D. S. Sullivan, M. W., & Lewis, M. (2010). Neglected children, shame-proneness and depressive symptoms. Child Maltreatment. Published online: 19 AUG 2010, DOI: 10: 1177/1077559510379634.

Bennett, D.S., Sullivan, M.W., Thompson, S.M., & Lewis, M. (2010). Early child neglect:  Does it predict obesity or underweight in later childhood? Child  Maltreatment, 15(3), 250-254.

Carmody, D.P., & Lewis, M. (2010). Regional white matter development in children with autism spectrum disorders. Developmental Psychobiology. Published online: 16 JUN 2010, DOI: 10.1002/dev.20471.

Gursky, B., Kestler, L. P., & Lewis, M. (2010). Psychosocial Intervention on Procedure-Related Distress in Children Being Treated for Laceration Repair. Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, 31(3), 217-222.

Lewis, M., Takai-Kawakami, K., Kawakami, K., & Sullivan, M. (2010). Cultural differences in emotional responses to success and failure. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 34(1), 53-61.  *PMC201616

Sullivan, M. W., Carmody, D. P., & Lewis, M. (2010). How neglect and punitiveness influence emotion knowledge. Child Psychiatry and Human Development. (41)3, 285-298. D01.1007 s10578-009-0168-3. * PMC20099078

Carmody, D. P., Bennett, D. S., Lewis, M. (2011). The effects of prenatal cocaine exposure and gender on inhibitory control and attention. Neurotoxicology and Teratology, 33, 61-68. (Special issue “Understanding Developmental Consequences of Prenatal Drug Exposure: Biological and Environmental Effects and Their Interactions.”)

Gold, J., Sullivan, M. W., & Lewis, M.  (2011). The relation between abuse and violent delinquency: The conversion of shame to blame in juvenile offenders. Child Abuse & Neglect, 35(7), 459-467.

Lewis, M. (2011). The origins and uses of self-awareness or the mental representation of me. Consciousness and Cognition, 20, 120-129. (Special Issue, “Brain and self: Bridging the Gap.”)

Lewis, M. (2011). Inside and outside: The relation between emotional states and expressions. In M. Lewis (Ed.), Special Issue on Infant Emotion.  Emotion Review, 3(2), 189-196.  UK: Sage.

Lewis, M. (2011). Introduction: Problems in the Study of Infant Emotional Development. In M. Lewis (Ed.), Special Issue on Infant Emotion.  Emotion Review, 3(2), 131-137. UK: Sage.

Lewis, M. & Worobey, J. (2011).  Mothers and toddlers lunch together:  The relation between observed and reported behavior. Appetite, 56, 732-736.

Carmody, D. P., & Lewis, M. (2012). Self representation in children with and without Autism Spectrum Disorders. Child Psychiatry & Human Development, 43, 227-237. DOI: 10.1007/s10578-011-0261-2.

Sullivan, M. W., & Lewis, M. (2012). Relations of Early Goal-Blockage Response and Gender to Subsequent Tantrum Behavior. Infancy, 17(2), 159-178. DOI: 10.1111/j.1532-7078.2011.00077.x

Bennett DS, Marini VA, Berzenski SR, Carmody DP, Lewis M. (2013). Externalizing problems in late childhood as a function of prenatal cocaine exposure and environmental risk. J Ped Psychol 38(3), 296-308. (Online December 17, 2012). DOI:10.1093/jpepsy/jss117.

Bennett DS, Mohamed FB, Carmody DP, Malik M, Faro SH, Lewis M. (2013). Prenatal tobacco exposure predicts differential brain function during working memory in early adolescence: a preliminary investigation. Brain Imaging and Behavior, 7(1), 49-59.  (Online: July 21, 2012). DOI:10.1007/s11682-012-9192-1.

Sullivan, M.W., Bennett, D.B., & Lewis, M. (2013). Individual differences in the cortisol responses of neglected and comparison children. Child Maltreatment, 18, 8-16. (Online: July 2, 2012). DOI: 101177/1077559512449378. MedLinx version: http://www.mdlinx.com/nursing/news-article.cfm/435870

Allen, J.W.P., Bennett, D. S., Carmody, D. P., Wang, Y., & Lewis, M. (2014). Adolescent Risk-Taking as a Function of Prenatal Cocaine Exposure and Biological Sex. Neurotoxicology & Teratology, 41, 65-70.

 

In press or in preparation

Allen, J.W.P. & Lewis, M. Who peeks and who lies: Biological, cognitive, emotional, and socialization correlates. Child Development.

Bennett, D. S., Birnkrant, J., Kestler, L., Carmody, D. P., & Lewis, M. Effects of prenatal cocaine exposure on pubertal maturation.

Berzenski, S.R., Bennett, D.S., Marini, V.A., Sullivan, M.W., & Lewis, M. The role of parental distress in moderating the influence of child neglect on maladjustment. Journal of Child and Family Studies.

Carmody, D. P., Bennett, D. S., Wang, Y. & Lewis, M. Prenatal cocaine exposure, environmental risk and injury risk behavior. Neurotoxicology and Teratology.

Carrion, R. E., Carmody, D. P., & Lewis, M. Differential brain activation relates to disgust sensitivity. Brain Research.

Gold, J. & Lewis, M. The many faces of disgust. Emotion.

Lewis, M., Kawakami, K., Takai-Kawakami, K., Kawakami, F., & Allen, J.W.P.  Differences in resistance to temptation and deception between Japanese and American preschoolers.

Lewis, M., & Suomi, S. A case study in selective referencing: Monkey infant and mother relations and their affect on subsequent development. CD Perspectives.

Matthews, T., Sullivan, M.W., & Lewis, M. Young children’s self-evaluation and emotional behavior during achievement tasks.

Ragland, S., Bennett, D.S., Sullivan, M.W., Marini, V., & Lewis, M. Child neglect and later adjustment is mediated by maternal distress.

Sullivan, M. W., & Lewis, M. Infant emotional responses to goal blockage and toddler persistence.

Wang, Y.P., & Hemmings, A. Blessings and curses: Including children in residential treatment for substance abusing women. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs.

Wang, Y., Mun, E. Y., & Lewis, M. Environmental risk factors of academic performance and behavioral adjustment among at-risk children: Evidence of specificity and potential pitfalls of nomothetic approach. International Journal of Behavioral Development.

Wang, Y., Bennett, D.S., Carmody, D.P., Moore, W.G., & Lewis, M. (submitted). Comparative impact of chaos and SES in infancy on emotional-behavioral and cognitive outcomes in adolescence. Journal of Family Psychology.

 

 

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Chapters in Volumes

Lewis, M. (1966). Some nondecremental effects of effort. In R. N. Haber (Ed.), Current research in motivation. New York: Holt, Rinehart, & Winston (Also see Journal Articles l964).

Lewis, M. (1967). Mother-infant interaction and cognitive development: A motivational construct. Paper presented at a Symposium on Issues in Human Development, Philadelphia, November. Also in V. C. Vaughn (Ed.), Issues in human development. Washington, D.C.:  U. S. Government Printing Office. D

Dorwart, W., Ezerman, R., Lewis, M., & Rosenhan, D. (1969). The effect of brief social deprivation on social and nonsocial reinforcement. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1965, 2 (pp. 111-115). Also in H. C. Lindgren (Ed.), Contemporary research in social psychology: A book of readings. New York:  Wiley.

Lewis, M. (1971). Individual differences in the measurement of early cognitive growth. In J. Hellmuth (Ed.), Exceptional infant, 2 (pp. 172-210). New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Lewis, M. (1971). Infancy and early childhood in the urban environment: Problems for the 21st century. Paper presented at the VIIth Congress of the European Cultural Foundation, Rotterdam, May 1970. Also in Citizen and city in the year 2000. Deventer, The Netherlands:  Kluwer.

Freedle, R., & Lewis, M. (1972). Individual differences in play behavior: A mathematical analysis. In F. J. Monks, W. W. Hartup, & J. deWit (Eds.), Determinants of behavioral development (pp. 461-465). New York: Academic Press.

Lewis, M. (1972). Mothers and fathers, boys and girls: Attachment behavior in the one-year-old. In F. J. Monks, W. W. Hartup, & J. deWit (Eds.), Determinants of behavioral development (pp. 457-460). New York: Academic Press.

Lewis, M. (October, 1973). Infancy and early childhood: Research needs in the study of socio-emotional development research in the personality - emotional - motivational domain. IBR Report No. 73-25. Texas Christian University Institute of Behavioral Research.

Lewis, M., & Freedle, R. (1973). Mother-infant dyad: The cradle of meaning. In P. Pliner, L. Krames, & T. Alloway (Eds.), Communication and affect: Language and thought (pp. 127-155).  New York:  Academic Press.

Lewis, M. (1974). The cardiac response during infancy. In R.F. Thompson & M. M. Paterson (Eds.), Methods in physiological psychology: Bioelectric recording techniques, part C receptor and effector processes, I (pp. 201-229). New York:  Academic Press.

Lewis, M., & Brooks, J. (1974). Self, others and fear: Infants' reactions to people.  Presented at a conference on The Origins of Behavior: Fear. Princeton, New Jersey, October 1973. Also in M. Lewis & L. Rosenblum (Eds.) The origins of fear: The origins of behavior, 2 (pp. 195-227). New York: Wiley.

Lewis, M., & Lee-Painter, S. (1974). An interactional approach to the mother-infant dyad. In M. Lewis & L. Rosenblum, (Eds.), The effect of the infant on its caregiver: The origins of behavior, 1 (pp. 21-48). New York: Wiley.    

Lewis, M., & Rosenblum, L. (1974). Introduction. In M. Lewis & L. Rosenblum (Eds.), The effect of the infant on its caregiver: The origins of behavior, 1 (pp. XV-XXIV). New York: Wiley.

Lewis, M., & Rosenblum, L. (1974). Introduction. In M. Lewis & L. Rosenblum (Eds.), The origins of fear:  The origins of behavior, 2 (pp. 1-10).  New York: Wiley.

Lewis, M., & Weinraub, M. (1974). Sex of parent x sex of child: Socioemotional development. Paper presented at the International Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction Conference on Sex Differences in Behavior, Tuxedo, NY, October 1973. Also in R. C. Friedman, R. M. Richart, & R. L. Vande Wiele (Eds.), Sex differences in behavior (pp. 165-189). Huntington, NY: Krieger.

Lewis, M. (1975). The development of attention and perception in the infant and young child. In W.M. Cruickshank & D.P. Hallahan (Eds.), Perceptual and learning disabilities in children, 2 (pp. 137-1625). Syracuse, NY: University Press.                    

Lewis, M. (1975). Early sex differences in the human: Studies of socioemotional development. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 4(4). New York: Plenum. Also in E.A. Rubinstein, R. Green, & E. Brecher (Eds.), New directions in sex research (pp. 329-335).  New York:  Plenum.

Lewis, M., & Brooks, J. (1975). Infants' social perception: A constructivist view. In L. Cohen & P. Salapatek (Eds.), Infant perception: From sensation to cognition, 2 (pp. 101-148).  New York:  Academic Press.

Lewis, M., & Lee-Painter, S. (1975). An infant's interaction with its social world: The origin of meaning. Paper presented at a Symposium on Parent-Child Observation Studies and Their Problems, at the Canadian Psychological Association meetings, Montreal, June 1972. Also appears as the origin of interactions: Methodological issues. In K. Riegal & G.C. Rosenwald (Eds.), Structure and transformation: Developmental and  historical aspects, 3 (pp. 119-131).  New York:  Wiley.

Lewis, M., & Rosenblum, L. (1975). Introduction. In M. Lewis & L. Rosenblum (Eds.), Friendship and peer relations: The origins of behavior, 4 (pp. 1-9). New York:  Wiley.
Lewis, M., Young, G., Brooks, J., & Michalson, L. (1975). The beginning of friendship. In M. Lewis & L. Rosenblum (Eds.), Friendship and peer relations: The origins of behavior, 4 (pp. 27-65). New York: Wiley.

Lewis, M. (1976). What do we mean when we say infant intelligence scores? A socio-political question. In M. Lewis (Ed.), The origins Lewis, M., & Weinraub, M. (1976). The father's role in the infant's of intelligence: Infancy and early childhood (pp. 1-17).  New York: Plenum. social network. In M. Lamb (Ed.), The role of the father in child development, 1 (pp. 157-184). New York: Wiley.

Freedle, R., & Lewis, M. (1977). Prelinguistic conversations. In M. Lewis & L. Rosenblum (Eds.), Interaction, conversation, and the development of language: The origins of behavior, 5 (pp. 157-185).  New York: Wiley.

Lewis, M. (1977). Parent-child interaction. In B. Wolman (Ed.), International encyclopedia of neurology, psychiatry, psychoanalysis, and psychology (pp. 192-194). New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

Lewis, M., & Ban, P. (1977). Variance and invariance in the mother-infant interaction: A cross cultural study. Paper presented at the Burg Wartenstein Symposium No. 57,  Cultural and Social Influences in Infancy and Childhood, Burg Wartenstein, Austria, June 1973. Also in P.H. Leiderman & S.R. Tulkin (Eds.), Cultural and social influences in infancy and early childhood (pp. 329-355). Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

Lewis, M., & Cherry, L. (1977). Social behavior and language acquisition. In M.

Lewis & L. Rosenblum (Eds.), Interaction, conversation and the development of language: The origins of behavior, 5 (pp. 227-245).  New York:  Wiley.

Lewis, M., & Freedle, R. (1977). The mother and infant communication system: The effects of poverty. In H. McGurk (Ed.), Ecological factors in human development (pp. 205-215). Amsterdam, The Netherlands:  North-Holland Publishing Company.

Lewis, M., & Rosenblum, L. (1977). Introduction. In M. Lewis & L. Rosenblum (Eds.), Interaction, conversation, and the development of language: The origins of behavior, 5 (pp. 1-8).  New York:  Wiley.

Lewis, M., & Zarin-Ackerman, J. (1977). Early infant development: The origins of social and intellectual development. In R. E. Behram & J. M. Driscoll (Eds.), Neonatology (pp. 195-208).  St. Louis:  C. V. Mosby.   

Brooks-Gunn, J., & Lewis, M. (1978). Early social knowledge: The development of knowledge about others. In H. McGurk (Ed.), Issues in childhood social development (pp. 79-106). London:  Methuen.

Cherry, L., & Lewis, M. (1978). Differential socialization of girls and boys: Implications for sex differences in language development. In N. Waterson & C. Snow (Eds.), The development of communication: Social and pragmatic factors in language acquisition (pp. 189-197).  London:  Wiley.

Lewis, M. (1978). Situational analysis and the study of behavioral development. In L. Pervin & M. Lewis (Eds.), Perspectives in interactional psychology (pp. 49-66). New York:  Plenum. 

Lewis, M., Brooks, J., & Haviland, J. (1978). Hearts and faces: A study in the measurement of emotion. In M. Lewis & L. Rosenblum (Eds.), The development of affect:  The genesis of  behavior, 1 (pp. 77-123).  New York: Plenum.

Lewis, M., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (1978). Self knowledge and emotional development. In M. Lewis & L. Rosenblum (Eds.), The development of affect: The genesis of behavior,1 (pp. 205-226).  New York: Plenum.

Lewis, M., & Coates, D. (1978). Mother-infant interaction and infant cognitive performance. Paper presented at the 6th annual meeting of the International Primatology Society, Cambridge, England, August 1976. Also in D.J. Chilvers & J. Herbert (Eds.), Recent advances in primatology: Behavior, 1. London:  Academic Press.

Lewis, M., & Feiring, C. (1978). The child's social world. In R.M. Lerner & J.D. Spanier (Eds.), Child influences on marital and family interaction: A life-span perspective (pp. 43-69).  New York:  Academic Press.

Lewis, M., & Rosenblum, L. (1978). Issues in affect development. In M. Lewis & L. Rosenblum (Eds.), The development of affect: The genesis of behavior, 1 (pp. 1-10).  New York: Plenum.

Pervin, L., & Lewis, M. (1978). Overview of the internal-external issue. In L. Pervin & M. Lewis (Eds.), Perspectives in interactional psychology (pp. 1-22). New York: Plenum.

Edwards, C. P., & Lewis, M. (1979). Young children's concepts of social relations: Social functions and social objects. In M. Lewis & L. Rosenblum (Eds.), The child and its family:  The genesis of behavior, 2 (pp. 245-266). New York: Plenum.

Lewis, M. (1979). Il Mondo Sociale Del Bambino. In Published Papers of the Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Child Behavior. Franco  Angelini, Milan.

Lewis, M. (1979). The social determination of play. In B. Sutton-Smith (Ed.), Play and learning (pp. 23-33).  New York: Gardner.

Lewis, M., & Baldini, N. (1979). Attentional processes and individual differences. In G. Hale & M. Lewis (Eds.), Attention and cognitive development (pp. 135-172). New York: Plenum.

Lewis, M., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (1979). The search for the origins of self: Implications for social behavior and intervention. Paper presented at Symposium on the Ecology of Care and Education of Children Under Three, Berlin, West Germany, February 23-26, 1977. Also in L. Montada (Ed.), Brennpunkte der Entwicklungspsycholgie (pp. 157-172). Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer, GmbH.

Lewis, M., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (1979). Toward a theory of social cognition: The development of self. In I. Uzgiris (Ed.), New directions in child development: Social interaction and communication during infancy (pp. 1-20). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Lewis, M., & Feiring, C. (1979). The child's social network: Social object, social functions and their relationship. In M. Lewis & L. Rosenblum (Eds.), The child and its family: The genesis of behavior, 2 (pp. 9-27).  New York: Plenum.

Lewis, M., & Rosenblum, L. (1979). Issues in the study of the social network. In M. Lewis & L. Rosenblum (Eds.), The child and its family: The genesis of behavior, 2 (pp. 1-7). New York: Plenum.

Lewis, M., & Starr, M. (1979). Developmental continuity. In J. Osofsky (Ed.), Handbook of infant development (pp. 653-670).  New York:  Wiley.

Fox, N., & Lewis, M. (1980). The role of maturation and experience in preterm infant development. In J. J. Gallagher (Ed.), New directions in special education (pp. 37-50).  San Francisco, CA:  Jossey-Bass.

Lewis, M. (1980). Developmental theories: Issues in the development of fear. In I. L. Kutash & L. B. Schlesinger, et al. (Eds.), Handbook on stress and anxiety (pp. 48-62). San Francisco, CA:  Jossey-Bass.

Lewis, M. (1980). Self-knowledge: A social-cognitive perspective on gender identity and sex role development. In M. E. Lamb & L. R. Sherrod (Eds.), Infant social cognition: Empirical and theoretical considerations (pp. 395-414). Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum.

Lewis, M., & Fox, N. (1980). Predicting cognitive development from assessments in infancy. In B. Camp (Ed.), Advances in behavioral pediatrics, 1 (pp. 53-67).  Greenwich, CT:  JAI Press.

Brooks-Gunn, J., & Lewis, M. (1981). Mirror-image stimulation and self recognition in infancy. In L.D. Steinberg (Ed.), The lifespan: Readings in human development (pp. 25-41). New York:  Columbia University Press.

Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (1981). Middle class differences in the mother-child interaction and the child's cognitive development. In T. Field, A.M. Sostek, P. Vietze, & P.H. Leiderman (Eds.), Culture and early interactions (pp. 63-94). Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum.

Lewis, M. (1981). Attention as a measure of cognitive integrity. In D. Radcliffe (Ed.), Developmental disabilities in the preschool child (pp. 185-212). New York: S.P. Medical and Scientific Books. 

Lewis, M., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (1981). Le developpement de la reconnaissance de soi. In P. Mounoud & A. Vintner (Eds.), Textes de Base en Psychologie: La reconnaissance de son image chez l'infant et l'animal (pp. 111-154). Neuchatel, Paris: Delachaux et Niestle.

Lewis, M., & Brooks, J. (1981). Self, other and fear: The reaction of infants to people. Paper presented at a Symposium on Infants' Fear of the Strange at the Eastern Psychological Association meetings, Boston, April 1972. In J. Belsky (Ed.), The beginning: Readings in infancy (pp. 167-177). New York: Columbia University Press.

Lewis, M., & Feiring, C. (1981). Direct and indirect interactions in social relationships. In L. Lipsitt (Ed.), Advances in infancy research, 1 (pp. 129-161). New York: Ablex.

Lewis, M., Feiring, C., & Weinraub, M. (1981). The father as a member of the child's social network. In M. Lamb (Ed.), The role of the father in child development (2nd ed.)(pp. 259-294). New York:  John Wiley & Sons.

Lewis, M., & Rosenblum, L. (1981). The uncommon as the common: A relative view. In M. Lewis & L. Rosenblum (Eds.), The uncommon child: The genesis of behavior, 3 (pp. 1-7).  New York:  Plenum.

Lewis, M., & Schaeffer, S. (1981). Peer behavior and mother-infant interaction in maltreated children. In M. Lewis & L. Rosenblum (Eds.), The uncommon child: The genesis of behavior, 3 (pp. 193-223).  New York:  Plenum.

Brinker, R., & Lewis, M. (1982). Contingency intervention in infancy. In J. Anderson (Ed.), Curricula for high risk and handicapped infants (pp. 37-41). Chapel Hill, NC: Technical Assistance and Development System, University of North Carolina.

Brooks-Gunn, J., & Lewis, M. (1982). Affective exchanges between normal and handicapped infants and their mothers. In T. Field & A. Fogel (Eds.), Emotion and early interaction (pp. 161-188). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Brooks-Gunn, J., & Lewis, M. (1982). The development of self-knowledge. In C. B. Kopp & J. B. Krakow (Eds.), The child: Development in a social context (pp. 332-387). Reading, MA:  Addison-Wesley.

Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (1982). Early mother-child interaction: Families with only and firstborn children. In  G. L. Fox (Ed.), The childbearing decision: Fertility attitudes and behavior (pp. 179-196).  Berkeley, CA:  Sage.

Lewis, M. (1982). Attention as a measure of cognitive integrity. In M. Lewis &. L. Taft (Eds.), Developmental disabilities: Theory, assessment and intervention (pp. 185-213). New York:  S. P. Medical and Scientific Books.

Lewis, M. (1982). The social network systems: Toward a general theory of social development. In T. Field (Ed.), Review of human development 1 (pp. 180-213). New York: Wiley.

Lewis, M., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (1982). Developmental models and assessment issues. In  N. Anastasiow, W. Frankenburg, & A. Fandal (Eds.), Identifying the developmentally delayed child (pp. 31-49). Baltimore, MD: University Park Press.

Lewis, M., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (1982). The self as social knowledge. In M. D. Lynch, A. A. Norem-Hebeisen, & J. Gergen (Eds.), Self-concept: Advances in theory and research (pp. 101-118).  Cambridge, MA:  Ballinger.

Lewis, M., & Feiring, C. (1982). Some American families at dinner. In L. Laosa & I. Sigel (Eds.), The family as learning environments for children, 1 (pp. 115-145). New York: Plenum.

Lewis, M., & Michalson, L. (1982). The measurement of emotional state. In C. Izard (Ed.), Measurement of emotions in infants and children (pp. 178-207). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Lewis, M., & Michalson, L. (1982). Socialization of emotions. In T. Field & A. Fogel (Eds.), Emotion and early interaction (pp. 189-212). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Lewis, M., & Wehren, A. (1982). The central tendency in study of the handicapped child. In D. Bricker (Ed.), Application of research findings to intervention with handicapped and at-risk infants (pp. 77-89).  Baltimore, MD: University Park Press.

Lewis, M., & Fox, N. (1983). Issues in infant assessment. In C.C. Brown (Ed.), Pediatric Roundtable No. 9. Childhood learning disabilities prenatal risk (pp. 78-83). J. & J. Products.   

Lewis, M. (1983). Newton, Einstein, Piaget, and the concept of the self. In L. S. Liben (Ed.), Piaget and the foundations of knowledge (pp. 141-177). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Lewis, M. (1983). On the nature of intelligence: Science or bias? In M. Lewis (Ed.), Origins of intelligence: Infancy and early childhood (pp. 1-24).  New York: Plenum.

Lewis, M. (1983). The uncommon as the common. In H. N. Scheffler (Ed.), Resources for early childhood.  New York: Garland.

Lewis, M., & Michalson, L. (1983). From emotional state to emotional expression: Emotional development from a person-environment interaction perspective. In D. Magnusson & V. L. Allen (Eds.), Human development: An interactional perspective (pp. 261-275). New York:  Academic Press.              

Feinman, S., & Lewis, M. (1984). Is there social life beyond the dyad? A social-psychological view of social connections in infancy. In M. Lewis (Ed.), Beyond the dyad (pp. 13-41).  New York: Plenum.

Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (1984). Only and first born children: Differences in social behavior and development. In T. Falbo (Ed.), The single-child family (pp. 25-62). New York: Guilford.

Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (1984). Changing characteristics of the U.S. family: Implications for family relationships and child development. In M. Lewis (Ed.), Beyond the dyad (pp. 59-89). New York:  Plenum.

Lewis, M. (1984). Developmental principles and their implications for at risk and handicapped infants. In M. Hanson (Ed.), Atypical infant development (pp. 3-24).  Baltimore, MD: University Park Press.

Lewis, M. (1984). Social influences in development. In M. Lewis (Ed.), Beyond the dyad: The genesis of behavior, 4 (pp. 1-12). New York: Plenum.

Lewis, M., Feiring, C., & Kotsonis, M. (1984). The social network of the young child: A developmental perspective. In M. Lewis (Ed.), Beyond the dyad: The genesis of behavior, 4 (pp. 129-160). New York: Plenum.

Lewis, M., Sullivan, M. W., & Michalson, L. (1984). The cognitive-emotional fugue. In C. E. Izard, J. Kagan, & R. Zajonc (Eds.), Emotions, cognition, and behavior (pp. 264-288). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Lewis, M. (1985). Age as a social dimension. In T. Field & N. Fox (Eds.), Social perception in infants (pp. 299-319). New York: Academic Press.

Lewis, M. (1985). Social, emotional and cognitive development: Complex models involving the self. In E. McDonald & D. Gallagher (Eds.), Facilitating social-emotional development in multiply handicapped children (pp. 53-69). Philadelphia, PA: Home of the Merciful Saviour for Crippled Children.           

Lewis, M. & Michalson, L. (1985). Faces as signs and symbols. In G. Zivin (Ed.),  Development of expressive behavior: Biology-environmental interaction (pp. 153-182). New York: Academic Press.

Lewis, M. & Michalson, L. (1985). The gifted infant. In J. Freeman (Ed.), The psychology of gifted children (pp. 35-57).  Chichester, England: Wiley.

Lewis, M. & Saarni, C. (1985). Culture and emotions. In M. Lewis & C. Saarni (Eds.), The socialization of emotions  (pp. 1-17). New York: Plenum.

Michalson, L. & Lewis, M. (1985). What do children know about emotions and when do they know it? In M. Lewis & C. Saarni (Eds.), The socialization of emotions (pp. 117-140).  New York: Plenum.           

Lewis, M. (1986). Origins of self-knowledge and individual differences in early self-recognition. In A.G. Greenwald & J. Suls (Eds.), Psychological perspective on the self, 3  (pp. 55-78).  Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum.

Lewis, M. & Fox, N. (1986). Infant assessment: Challenges for the future. In M. Lewis (Ed.), Learning disabilities and prenatal risk (pp. 307-331). Champaign, IL:  University of Illinois Press.

Mott, E., Fewell, R., Lewis, M., Meisels, S., Shonkoff, J., & Simeonsson, R. (1986). Methods for assessing child and family outcomes in early childhood. Special Ed. Programs: Some views from the field. In R. Fewell, S. Garwood, & J. Neisworth (Eds.), Topics in early childhood special education. Assessment of handicapped children and their families: New Directions (pp. 1-15). Austin, TX: Pro.Ed.

Lewis, M. (1987). Early sex role behavior and school age adjustment. In J.M. Reinish, L. A. Rosenblum & S. A. Sanders (Eds.), Masculinity/Femininity: Basic perspectives (pp. 202-226).  New York:  Oxford University Press.

Lewis, M. (1987). Social development in infancy and early childhood. In J. Osofsky (Ed.), Handbook of infant development, Second Edition (pp. 419-493).  New York: Wiley.

Lewis, M., Feiring, C., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (1987). The social networks of children with and without handicaps: A developmental perspective. In S. Landesman & P. A. Vietze (Eds.), Living environments and mental retardation (pp. 377-400). Washington, DC: American Association on Mental Retardation.

Lewis, M., & Hadzimichalis, D. (1987). Children's attention as a measure of central nervous system integrity. In G. Casto, F. Ascione, & M. Salehi (Eds.), Current perspectives in infancy and early childhood research (pp. 45-55). Logan, UT: Early Intervention Research Institute, Utah State University.

Lewis, M. (1988). What can child development tell us about child abuse? In K. Browne, C. Davies, & P. Stratton (Eds.), Early prediction and prevention of child abuse (pp. 3-12). Sussex, England: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Lewis, M. & Feiring, C. (1988). Early predictors of childhood friendship. In T.J. Berndt & G.W. Ladd (Eds.), Peer relationships in child development (pp. 246-273).  New York: Wiley.

Brooks-Gunn, J. & Lewis, M. (1988). The prediction of mental functioning in young handicapped children. In P. M. Vietze & H. G. Vaughan, Jr. (Eds.), Early identification of infants with developmental disabilities (pp. 331-355). Philadelphia, PA: Grune & Stratton, Inc.

Feiring, C. & Lewis, M. (1988). The child's social network from three to six years: The effects of age, sex and socioeconomic status. In S. Salzinger, J. Antrobus, & M. Hammer (Eds.), Social networks of children, adolescents & college students (pp. 93-112).  Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum.

Lewis, M. (1989). Cultural differences in children's knowledge of emotional scripts. In P. Harris & C. Saarni (Eds.), Children's understanding of emotion (pp. 350-373). New York:  Cambridge University Press.

Lewis, M. (1989). Culture and biology: The role of temperament. In P. Zelazo & R. Barr (Eds.), Challenges to developmental paradigms (pp. 203-226). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc.

Lewis, M. (1989). The role of the self in development. In H. Kojima (Ed.), Social world of infants: Developing within the context of sibling and peer relationships in Japanese (pp. 232-252), English translation. Tokyo, Japan:  Yuhikaku.

Lewis, M. (1989). What do we mean when we say emotional development? In L. Cirillo, B. Kaplan, & S. Wapner (Eds.), Emotions in ideal human development (pp. 53-76).  Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum.

Lewis, M., Worobey, J., & Thomas, D. (1989). Behavioral features of early reactivity: Antecedents and consequences. In M. Lewis & J. Worobey (Eds.), New directions for child development: Infant stress and coping (pp. 33-46). San Francisco, CA:  Jossey-Bass.

Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (1989). The social networks of girls and boys from early through middle childhood. In D. Belle (Ed.), Children's social networks and supports (pp. 119-150). Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.

Schaeffer, S., & Lewis, M. (1989). Social behavior of maltreated children: A naturalistic study of day care. In Research and clinical center for child development: Annual Report, 12, 79-117.  Faculty of Education, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan.

Lewis, M. (1990). Assessing social intervention: Scientific and social implications for exceptional children and their families. In C.B. Fisher & W.W. Tryon (Vol. Eds.), Ethics in applied developmental psychology: Emerging issues in an emerging field (pp. 81-91). Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

Lewis, M. (1990). Challenges to the study of developmental psychopathology. In M. Lewis & S. Miller (Eds.), Handbook of developmental psychopathology (pp. 29-40). New York: Plenum Press.

Lewis, M. (1990). Development, time, and catastrophe: An alternate view of discontinuity. In P. Baltes, D. L. Featherman, & R. Lerner (Eds.), Life span development and behavior series, Vol. 10 (pp. 325-350). Hillsdale, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Lewis, M. (1990). Models of developmental psychopathology. In M. Lewis & S. Miller (Eds.), Handbook of developmental psychopathology (pp. 15-28). New York: Plenum Press.

Lewis, M. (1990). Self knowledge and social development in early life. In L. Pervin (Ed.), Handbook of personality: Theory and research (pp. 277-300). New York: Guilford Publications, Inc.

Lewis, M. (1990). Thinking and feeling - The elephant's tail. In C. A. Maher, M. Schwebel, & N. S. Fagley (Eds.), Thinking and problem solving in the developmental process:  International perspectives (the WORK) (pp. 89-110). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Feinman, S., & Lewis, M. (1991). Influence lost, influence regained. In M. Lewis & S. Feinman (Eds.), Social influences and socialization in infancy (pp. 1-22). New York:  Plenum.

Lewis, M. (1991). Self conscious emotions and the development of self. In T. Shapiro & R. Emde (Eds.), Supplement to the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association cum Monograph, New Perspectives on Affect and Emotion in Psychoanalysis, 39, 45-73.

Lewis, M. (1991). Self knowledge and social influence. In M. Lewis & S. Feinman (Eds.), Social influences and socialization in infancy (pp. 111-136). New York: Plenum.

Lewis, M., & Feiring, C. (1991). Attachment as personal characteristic or a measure of the environment. In J. L. Gewirtz & W. M. Kurtines (Eds.), Intersections withattachment (pp. 1-21).  Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum.

Lewis, M., & Louis, B. (1991). Young gifted children. In N. Colangelo & G.A. Davis (Eds.), Handbook of gifted education (pp. 365-381).  Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Sullivan, M. W., Lewis, M., & Alessandri, S. (1991). Interface between emotion and cognition. In R. M. Downs, L. S. Liben, & D. S. Palermo (Eds.), Visions of aesthetics, the environment, and development: The legacy of J. F. Wohlwill (pp. 241-261) (originally presented at the J. F. Wohlwill Memorial Conference, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, October, 1988). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Lewis, M. (1992). The role of the self in social behavior. In F. Kessel, P. Cole, & D. Johnson (Eds.), Consciousness and self: Multiple perspectives (pp. 19-44). Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum.

Lewis, M. (1992). The self in self-conscious emotions. A commentary in Stipek, D., Recchia, S., & McClintic, S. Self-evaluation in young children. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 57, (1, Serial No. 226, pp. 85-95).

Lewis, M., & Feiring, C. (1992). Indirect and direct effects and family interaction at dinner.  In S. Feinman (Ed.), Social referencing and the social construction of reality in infancy (pp. 111-134).  New York: Plenum.

Lewis, M. (1993). The development of anger and rage. In S.P. Roose & R. Glick (Eds.), Rage, power and aggression: Their relationship to motivation and aggression (pp. 148-168).  New Haven, CT:  Yale University Press.

Lewis, M. (1993). The development of deception. In M. Lewis & C. Saarni (Eds.), Lying and deception in everyday life (pp. 90-105).  New York:  Guilford Press.

Lewis, M. (1993). The emergence of human emotions. In M. Lewis & J. Haviland (Eds.), Handbook of emotions (pp. 223-235). New York: Guilford Press.

Lewis, M. (1993). Self-conscious emotions: Embarrassment, pride, shame, and guilt.  In M. Lewis & J. Haviland (Eds.), Handbook of emotions (pp. 563-573).  New York: Guilford Press.

Saarni, C., & Lewis, M. (1993). Deceit and illusion in human affairs. In M. Lewis, & C. Saarni (Eds.), Lying and deception in everyday life (pp. 1-29).  New York:  Guilford Press.

Lewis, M. (1994). Emotional development in the preschool child. In New York Public Library Early Childhood Resource and Information Center (ECRIC), H. Nuba, M. Searson, & D.L. Sheiman (Eds.), Resources for early childhood: A handbook, Third edition (pp. 45-49). New York: Garland Publishing, Inc. 

Lewis, M. (1994). Myself and me. In S. Parker, R. Mitchell, & M. Boccia (Eds.), Self awareness in animals and humans: Developmental perspectives (pp. 20-34). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Lewis, M., & Sullivan, M. W. (1994). Developmental intervention in the lives of infants and parents. In C. B. Fisher & R.M. Lerner (Eds.), Applied developmental psychology (pp. 375-406). New York:  McGraw-Hill.

Alessandri, S. M., Sullivan, M. W., Bendersky, M., & Lewis, M. (1995). Temperament in cocaine-exposed infants.  In M. Lewis & M. Bendersky (Eds.), Mothers, babies and cocaine: The role of toxins in development (pp. 273-286). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum Publishers.

Bendersky, M., Alessandri, S. M., Sullivan, M. W., & Lewis, M. (1995). Measuring the effects of prenatal cocaine exposure. In M. Lewis & M. Bendersky (Eds.), Mothers, babies and cocaine: The role of toxins in development (pp. 163-178). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum Publishers.

Lewis, M. (1995). Aspects of self: From systems to ideas. In P. Rochat (Ed.), The self in early infancy: Theory and research (pp. 95-115). Advances in Psychology Series. North Holland: Elsevier Science Publishers.

Lewis, M. (1995). Individual differences in response to stress. 25th Roundtable on critical approaches to common pediatric problems: Children, Families, and Stress (pp. 35-43). Columbus, OH: Ross Laboratories.

Lewis, M. (1995). Embarrassment: The emotion of self exposure and evaluation. In J.P. Tangney & K. W. Fischer (Eds.), Self-conscious emotions: The psychology of shame, guilt, embarrassment, and pride (pp. 198-218). New York: Guilford Press.

Alessandri, S. M., & Lewis, M. (1996). Development of the self-conscious emotions in maltreated children.  In M. Lewis & M. W. Sullivan (Eds.), Emotional development in atypical children (pp. 185-202). Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

Bendersky, M., Alessandri, S. M., & Lewis, M. (1996). Emotions in cocaine-exposed infants. In M. Lewis & M. W. Sullivan (Eds.), Emotional development in atypical children (pp. 89-108). Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

Lewis, M. (1996). Developmental principles and their implications for infants who are at-risk and disabled. In M. J. Hanson (Ed.), Atypical infant development (pp. 17-43). Austin, TX: Proed.

Lewis, M., & Sullivan, M.W. (1996). The role of situation and child status on emotional interaction. In M. Lewis & M.W. Sullivan (Eds.), Emotional development in atypical children (pp. 43-64). Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

Lewis, M. (1996). AEntwicklung, Geschichte und andere Probleme des Wandels A (Development, history, and other problems of change). Fruherziehung: Trends, International Forschungsergebnisse, Praxisorienterungen: Festschrift for Professor Kuno Beller (pp. 58-77). Berlin, Germany: Luchterland Verlag GmbH Neuwied.

Lewis, M. (1997). The development of a self: Comments on the paper of Neisser. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 818 [J.G. Snodgrass & R.L. Thompson (Volume Eds.), The self across psychology: Self-recognition, self-awareness, and the self concept (pp. 279-283)]. New York: New York Academy of Sciences.

Lewis, M.  (1997). The self in self-conscious emotions. In J. G. Snodgrass & R. L.  Thompson (Eds.), The self across psychology: Self-recognition, self-awareness, and the self-concept, 818 (pp. 119-142). New York: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.

Lewis, M. (1997). Self-conscious emotions. In J. Kagan (Ed.), Gale encyclopedia of childhood and adolescence (pp. 556-560). Pepper Pike, Ohio: Eastword Publications Development.

Feiring, C., & Lewis, M. (1998). Divergent family views and school competence in early adolescence. In M. Lewis & C. Feiring (Eds.), Families, risk, and competence (pp. 53-70). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Lewis, M. (1998). The development and structure of emotions.  In M. Mascolo & S. Griffin (Eds.), What develops in emotional development? (pp. 29-50). New York: Plenum Publishing Corporation.

Lewis, M. (1998).  Emotional competence and development.  In D. Pushkar, W. Bukowski, A. Schwartzman, D. Stack, & D. White (Eds.), Improving competence across the lifespan (pp. 27-36). New York: Plenum Publishing Corporation.

Lewis, M. (1998). Shame and stigma. In P. Gilbert & B. Andrews (Eds.), Shame: Interpersonal behavior, psychopathology, and culture (pp. 126-140). New York: Oxford University Press.

Lewis, M., & Feiring, C. (1998). The child and its family. In M. Lewis & C. Feiring (Eds.), Families, risk, and competence (pp. 5-31).  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Lewis, M. (1999). On the development of personality. In  L. Pervin & O. John (Eds.), Handbook of personality: Theory and research, 2nd edition (pp. 327-346). New York: Guilford Publications, Inc.
Lewis, M. (1999). The role of self in cognition and emotion. In T. Dalgleish & M. Power (Eds.), The handbook of cognition and emotion (pp. 125-142). Chichester, England: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Lewis, M. (1999). Social cognition and the self. In P. Rochat (Ed.), Early social cognition (pp. 81-98). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Lewis, M., & Ramsay, D. (1999). Environments and stress reduction. In M. Lewis & D. Ramsay (Eds.), Soothing and stress (pp. 171-192). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Lewis, M., & Ramsay, D. (1999). Intentions, consciousness, and pretend play. In P.D. Zelazo, J.W. Astington, & D.R. Olson (Eds.), Developing theories of intention (pp. 77-94). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Lewis, M. (2000). The emergence of human emotions. In M. Lewis & J. Haviland-Jones (Eds.), Handbook of emotions, 2nd edition (pp. 265-280). New York: Guilford Press.

Lewis, M. (2000). Emotional development. In L. Balter (Section Ed.), Parenthood in America: An Encyclopedia, Vol. 1 (pp. 195-199). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

Lewis, M. (2000). The role of cognition in emotional development. In G. Hatano (Ed.), Proceedings of the 13th    Toyota             Conference on Affective Minds (pp. 119-135). The Netherlands: Elsevier Science.

Lewis, M. (2000). Self-conscious emotions: Embarrassment, pride, shame, and guilt. In M. Lewis & J. Haviland-Jones (Eds.), Handbook of emotions, 2nd edition (pp. 623-636). New York: Guilford Press.

Lewis, M. (2000). Social development in childhood. In L. Balter (Section Ed.), Parenthood in America: An Encyclopedia, Vol. 2 (pp. 580-584). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO

Lewis, M. (2000). Toward a development of psychopathology: Models, definitions, and prediction. In A. Sameroff, M. Lewis, & S. Miller (Eds.), Handbook of developmental psychopathology, 2nd edition (pp. 3-22). New York: Plenum.

Bendersky, M., & Lewis, M. (2001). The Bayley Scales of Infant Development: Is there a role in biobehavioral assessment?  In P.S. Zeskind & L. Singer (Eds.), Biobehavioral assessment of the newborn and young infant: Developmental models and implications for the infant at risk (pp 443-462). New York: Guilford Press.

Lewis, M. (2001). Developmental Psychopathology: Child Psychology Aspects. In N. Eisenberg (Section Ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (pp. 3612-3615). Oxford, England: Elsevier Science Ltd.

Lewis, M. (2001). The origins of the self-conscious child. In R. Crozier & L. E. Alden (Eds.), International handbook of social anxiety: Concepts, research, and interventions relating to the self and shyness (pp. 101-118). Sussex, England: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.          

Ramsay, D., & Lewis, M. (2001). Temperament, Stress, and Soothing. In T. D. Wachs & G.A. Kohnstamm (Eds.), Temperament in context (pp. 23-41). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Lewis, M. (2002). Early Emotional Development. In A. Slater & M. Lewis (Eds.), Introduction to Infant Development (pp. 192-209). England: Oxford University Press.

Lewis, M. (2002). Models of development. In D. Cervone & W. Mishel (Eds.), Advances in Personality Science (pp. 153-176). New York: Guilford Press.

Lewis, M. (2002). Social Development. In A. Slater & M. Lewis (Eds.), Introduction to Infant Development (pp. 210-228). England: Oxford University Press.

Lewis, M. (2003). The development of self-consciousness. In J. Roessler & N. Eilan (Eds.), Agency                  and self–awareness: Issues in philosophy and psychology (pp. 275-295). New York: Oxford University Press.

Lewis, M. (2003). The emergence of consciousness and its role in human development. In J. LeDoux, J. Debiec,   & H. Moss (Eds.), The Self: From Soul to Brain (Vol. 1001, 1-29). New York: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Also appearing on the ANNALS ONLINE (www.annalsnyas.org).

Rosenblum, G., & Lewis, M. (2003). Emotional development in adolescence. In G. Adams & M. Berzonsky (Eds.), Blackwell Handbook on Adolescence (pp. 269-289). Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.          

Sullivan, M. W., Bennett, D. S, & Lewis, M. (2003). Darwin's View: Self-evaluative emotions as context specific emotions. In P. Ekman, J. Campos, R. Davidson, & F. B. M. de Waal (Eds.), Emotions Inside Out: 130 Years after Darwin’s The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals (Vol. 1000, 304-308). New York: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.  Also appearing on the ANNALS ONLINE (www.annalsnyas.org).

Lewis, M. (2004). The origins of the self and its role in development. In  L. Leavitt & Sir D. M. B. Hall (Eds.), Social and Moral Development: Emerging evidence on the toddler years (pp. 39-51). Pediatric Round Table: Johnson and Johnson Pediatric Institute.

Lewis, M. (2005). La rete sociale e le relazioni multiple. In M.L. Genta (Ed.), La socializzazione in età prescolare (pp.17-35).  Rome, Italy:  Carocci. [Translation: The social network. In M. L. Genta (Ed.), I am, you are: Children’s competence and the discovery of others at 4 years.]

Lewis, M. (2005). Origins of the self-conscious child. In W. R. Crozier & L. E. Alden (Eds.), The Essential Handbook of Social Anxiety for Clinicians (pp.81-98).West Sussex, England: John Wiley &Sons, Ltd.

Lewis, M. (2005). Selfhood. In B. Hopkins (Ed.), Cambridge Encyclopedia of Child Development. Cambridge, England. Cambridge University Press.

Lewis, M., & Sullivan, M. (2005). The development of self-conscious emotions. In A. Elliott & C. Dweck (Eds.), Handbook of Competence and Motivation (pp. 185-201). New York: Guilford Publications, Inc.

Lewis, M. (2007). Early Emotional Development. In A. Slater & M. Lewis (Eds.), Introduction to Infant Development, 2nd ed.  (pp. 216-232). England: Oxford University Press.

Lewis, M. (2007). Self conscious emotional development. In J. L. Tracy, R. W. Robins, & J. P. Tangney (Eds.), The self-conscious emotions: Theory and research (pp. 134-152). New York: Guilford Press.

 Lewis, M. (2007). Social Development. In A. Slater & M. Lewis (Eds.), Introduction to Infant Development, 2nd ed. (pp. 233-251). England: Oxford University Press.

Lewis, M. & Slater, A.  (2007). A Brief History of Infancy Research. In A. Slater & M. Lewis (Eds.), Introduction to Infant Development, 2nd ed.  (pp. 3-17). England: Oxford University Press.

Lewis, M. (2008). The Emergence of Human Emotions. In M. Lewis, J. Haviland-Jones, & L. Feldman Barrett (Eds.), Handbook of emotions, 3rd ed. (pp. 304-319). New York:  Guilford Press.

Lewis, M. (2008).  Self-conscious emotions: Embarrassment, pride, shame, and guilt. In M. Lewis, J. Haviland-Jones, & L. Feldman Barrett (Eds.), Handbook of emotions, 3rd ed. (pp. 742-756). New York: Guilford  Press.

Gold, J. & Lewis, M. (2010). The etiology of youth violence: A cognitive-emotional model. In W. F. Arsenio & E. A. Lemerise (Eds.), Emotions, Aggression, and Morality in Children. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Lewis, M. (2010). The development of anger. In M. Potegal, G. Stemmler, & C. D. Spielberger (Eds.), International Handbook of Anger. New York: Springer.

Lewis, M. (2010). The emergence of consciousness and its role in human development. In R. Lerner & W. Overton (Eds.), The Handbook of Lifespan Development, Vol. 1. Cognition, Biology, and methods. (pp 628-670). MA: Wiley.

Lewis, M. (2010). Loss, protest, and emotional development. In S. Hart & M. Legerstee (Eds.), Handbook of Jealousy: Theory, research, and multidisciplinary approaches. (pp. 27-39). MA: Wiley.

Lewis, M. (2011). The self conscious emotions. Lewis M, topic ed. In Tremblay R.E., Boivin, M.., Peters, RDeV., eds.  Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development [online]. Montreal, Quebec: Centre of Excellence for Early Childhood Development, 1-6. Available at: http://www.child-enclyclopedia.com/documents/LewisANGxp1.pdf. Accessed September 30, 2011.

Kestler, L., Bennett, D. S., Carmody, D. P. & Lewis, M. (2012). Gender Dependent Effects of Prenatal Cocaine Exposure. In M. Lewis & L. Kestler (Eds.), Gender Differences in Prenatal Substance Exposure (pp. 11-29). Washington DC:  APA Books.

Lewis, M., & Kestler, L. (2012). Introduction. In M. Lewis & L. Kestler (Eds.), Gender Differences in Prenatal Substance Exposure (pp. 3-8). Washington DC: APA Books.

Lewis, M. (2012). Beyond the dyad. In L. Mayes & M. Lewis (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Environment in Human Development (pp. 103-116). United Kingdom. Cambridge University Press.

Lewis, M. & Mayes, L. (2012). The role of environments in development: An Introduction. In L. Mayes & M. Lewis (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Environment in Human Development (pp. 1-12). United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

Lewis, M. (2013). The development of emotional life. In A. Richardson (Ed.), After Darwin: Animals, Emotions, and the Mind (pp. 281-304). Amsterdam-New York: Rodophi B.V. [Volume 93 – Series: Clio Medica: Perspectives in Medical Humanities].

Lewis, M. (2014). Toward the development of the science of developmental psychopathology. In M. Lewis & K. Rudolph ( Eds.), Handbook of Developmental Psychopathology, 3rd Ed (pp. 3-23). New York. Springer.

Oades-Sese, G. V., Cohen, D., Allen, J., & Lewis, M. (2014). Building resilience in young children the Sesame Street way. In S. Prince-Embury & D. Saklofske (Eds.), Resilience Interventions for Youth in Diverse Populations (pp. 181-201). New York: Springer.

Oades-Sese, G. V., Matthews, T., & Lewis, M. (2014). Shame and pride and their effects on student achievement.  In R. Pekrun & L. Linnenbrink-Garcia (Eds.), International Handbook of Emotions in Education (pp. 246-264). New York: Taylor and Francis/Routledge.

In press or in preparation

Lewis, M. (in press).  Development of emotions & consciousness. In W.F. Overton & P.C. Molenaar (Eds.), Handbook of Child Psychology and Developmental Science, 7th Edition: Volume 1, Theories and Methods.

Lewis, M. The emergence of human emotions. In L. Feldman Barrett, M. Lewis, & J. Haviland-Jones (Eds.), Handbook of Emotions, 4th edition. New York:  Guilford Press.

Lewis, M. Self-conscious emotions: Embarrassment, pride, shame, and guilt. In L. Feldman Barrett, M. Lewis, & J. Haviland-Jones (Eds.), Handbook of Emotions, 4th edition. New York: Guilford Press.

Lewis, M. Selfhood. In B. Hopkins, E. Geangu, & S. Linkenauger (Eds.), Cambridge Encyclopedia of Child Development, 2nd ed. Cambridge, England. Cambridge University Press.

Lewis, M., Stoicescu, L., Matthews, T., & Seshadri, K. Self-recognition and Self-referential behavior. In F. R. Volkmar (Ed), Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders. New York: Springer.

 

 

 

 

 


 

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