Reiter, S. (2000) Quality of Life: A Central Theme of the New High-school Curriculum Guidelines for Teachers of Adolescents with Developmental Disabilities, A national Project, Israel. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health, 12, 19-32.
 Reiter, S. and Schalock, R.L. (2008) Applying the Concept of Quality of Life to Israeli Special Education Programs: A National Curriculum for Enhanced Autonomy in Students with Special Needs. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 31, 13-21. http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/MRR.0b013e3282f45201
 Reiter, S. (1999) Conclusions: Cross-Cultural Perspectives—Diversity and Universalism. In: Retish, P. and Reiter, S., Eds., Adults with Disabilities: International Perspectives in the Community, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, New Jersey, 325-337.
 Reiter, S. and Goldman, T. (1999) A Programme for the Enhancement of Autonomy in Young Adults with Physical Disabilities: The Development of a Realistic Self-Concept, Individual Perception of Quality of Life and the Development of Independent Living Skills. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 22, 71-74. http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/00004356-199903000-00011
 Reiter, S. and Bryen, D. (1991) Promoting Social Competence: Implications of Work with Mentally Retarded Children and Adults in Residential Setting. In: Beker, J. and Eisikovits, Z., Eds., Knowledge Utilization in Residential Child and Youth Care Practice, Child Welfare League of America, Washington DC, 99-123.
 Shavit, P. (2008) The Enhancement of Self-Determination of Students With Intellectual Disabilities Involved in a Group Process Based on The “Cycle of Internalization”. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Haifa, Haifa.
 Shavit, P. (2010) Towards Inclusion, Enhancing Self-Determination in Students with Intellectual Disabilities by Means of Group Interaction. Proceedings of the International Conference on Inclusive and Supportive Education: Promoting Diversity and Inclusive Practice ISEC, Queen’s University of Belfast, Ireland, 1-5 August 2010.
 Shavit, P. (2013) Enhancing Meta-Cognitive Thinking of Students with Intellectual Disabilities: Presenting the Cycle of Internalized Learning (CIL). Proceedings of The Annual Conference, Education for the Future, Ostfold University, Halden College, Norway, 22-25 August 2013.
 Gardner, J.F. and Carran, D. T. (2005) Attainment of Personal Outcomes by People with Developmental Disabilities. Mental Retardation, 43, 157-174. http://dx.doi.org/10.1352/0047-6765(2005)43[157:AOPOBP]2.0.CO;2
 Ivzori, Y., Reiter, S. and Sachs, D. (2011) Model of Human Occupation and Constructivist Learning: A Theoretical and Practical Basis for Developing a Transition Program for Preparation for a Working Life. Israeli Journal of Occupational Therapy, 20, H145-H172 (Hebrew, English Abstract).
 Reiter, S. and Hess, I. (2010) Students with Visual Impairments and the Humanistic Paradigm: Personality Variables, Self-determination and Self-advocacy—A Comprehensive Model of Quality of Life. Report No. 950/08. University of Haifa, Haifa, ISF—Israel Science Foundation, Israel.
 Hess, I. (2014) An Educational-Humanistic Model for Empowerment the Quality of Life of Students with Visual Impairments. Proceedings of the International Conference on Higher education, Tel Aviv, 16-18 March 2014.
 Reiter, S., Ram, D. and Dramer, I. (in Press) A Novel Model of Integration and Inclusion Between Two Schools, Special Education, the Szold School and Regular Education, the Yavniali School. Special Education and Inclusion. (Hebrew, English Abstract).