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1981: Improving Assessment of Schoolchildren. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass (single author)
1987: Editor of Dynamic Assessment: An interactional approach to evaluating


learning potential. New York: Guilford.
1991: Practitioners' Guide to Dynamic Assessment. New York: Guilford.
(single author)
2000: Dynamic Assessment: Prevailing models and applications Co-edited with Julian Elliott. Amsterdam: Elsevier
2003: Early Childhood Assessment. John Wiley & Sons (single author)
In Process: Dynamic Assessment in Practice, with H. Carl Haywood
Cambridge University Press
2006: Dynamic assessment in practice: Clinical and educational applications Haywood, H.C. & Lidz, C.S. New York: Cambridge University Press.

1983: Issues in preschool assessment. In B. Bracken and K. Paget (Eds.). Psychoeducational assessment of preschool children. New York: Grune and Stratton.
1987: Historical Perspectives, Introduction. The Preschool Learning Assessment Device-Extension of a Static Approach (with Catherine Thomas)Cognitive Deficiencies Revisited. In C.S. Lidz (Ed.). Dynamic Assessment: An interactional approach to evaluating learning potential. New York:Guilford.
1991: Issues in preschool assessment. In B. Bracken (Ed.).
Psychoeducational assessment of preschool children (revised). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
1991: MLE components and their roots in theory and research.
In R. Feuerstein, P.S. Klein and A.J. Tannenbaum (Eds.). Mediated learning experience (MLE): Theoretical, psychosocial, and learning implications. London: Freund.
1992: Dynamic assessment: Some thoughts on the model, the medium, and the message. In J. Carlson (Ed.). Cognition and educational practice: International perspective. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, Inc.
1997: Dynamic assessment approaches. In D.P. Flanagan , J.L. Genshaft, and P.L. Harrison (Eds.). Contemporary approaches to assessment of intelligence. New York: Guilford Press.
2000: Theme and some variations on the concepts of mediated learning
experience and dynamic assessment (Pp. 166-174). In A. Kozulin & Y. Rand (Eds.). Experience of mediated learning: The impact of Feuerstein's theory in education and psychology. Amsterdam:Pergamon.
2000: The Application of Cognitive Functions Scale: A curriculum-based dynamic assessment for preschool children. In C.S. Lidz and J.Elliott (Eds.). Dynamic Assessment: Prevailing models and applications. Amsterdam: Elsevier
2001: Multicultural issues and dynamic assessment. In L.A. Suzuki, J.G. Ponterotto, P.J. Meller, and (Eds.). Handbook of multicultural assessment: Clinical, psychological, and educational applications, second edition (pp. 523-539. San Francisco: Jossey- Bass.
2002: (With G.M. Van der Aalsvoort) Reciprocity in dynamic assessment in classrooms: Taking contextual influences on individual learning into account. In G.M. van der Aalsvoort, W.C.M. Resing, & A.J.J.M. Ruijssenaars (Eds.). Learning potential assessment and cognitive training: Actual research and perspectives in theory building and methodology (pp. 111-144). Amsterdam: Elsevier/JAI Press.
2003: chapter on "Dynamic Assessment of the Developing Cognitive
Functions", co-authored with Boris Gindis. In A. Kozulin, V. S. Ageyev,
S.M. Miller, & B. Gindis (Eds.). Vygotsky's Theory of Education in
Cultural Context (99-116). New York: Cambridge University Press.

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