Articles or Chapters in Books

  1. Share D.L. (1984). The composing process. In Christie F. (Ed.), Children Writing (pp. 181-199) Deakin University Press, Geelong, Australia.

  2. McGee R.O., Share D.L., Moffitt T.E., Williams S., & Silva P.A. (1988). Reading disability, behaviour problems and juvenile delinquency. In Individual Differences in Children and Adolescents: International Perspectives (pp. 158-172). Hodder & Stoughton.

  3. Siegal M. , Share D.L., & Robinson J. (1989). Mechanisms of development: Is the real candidate the distinction between appearance and reality? In M.A. Luszcz and T. Nettlebeck (Eds.), Psychological Development: Perspectives across the Life-Span (pp. 68-74). Amsterdam:Elsevier Science.

  4. Share, D.L. (1994). Deficient phonological processing in disabled readers implicates processing deficits beyond the phonological module. In Van den Bos, K.P., Siegel, L.S., Bakker, D.J., & Share, D.L. (Eds.) Current Directions in Dyslexia Research (pp.149-167). The Netherlands: Swets & Zeitlinger.

  5. Levin, I., Share, D.L., & Shatil, E. (1996). A qualitative-quantitative study of preschool writing: Its development and contribution to school literacy. In C. M. Levy, and S. Ransdell (Eds.), The science of writing (pp. 271-293). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

  6. Share, D.L., & Levin, I. (1999). Learning to read and write in Hebrew. In M Harris, and G. Hatano (Eds.), Learning to read and write , (pp.89-111), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

  7. Share, D. L. (2003). Dyslexia in Hebrew. In N. Goulandris (Ed.), Dyslexia in different languages: Cross-linguistic comparisons , (pp.208-234). London: Whurr.

  8. Share, D. L., & Leikin, M. (2003). Developmental dyslexia in the Hebrew language. In J. Smythe (Ed.), International book of dyslexia .