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Daniel S Levine

Name

[Levine, Daniel S]
  • Professor, Department of Psychology

Biography

Daniel S. Levine is Professor of Psychology at the University of Texas at Arlington.  He is a Fellow and former President of the International Neural Network Society.  His research involves computational modeling of brain processes in decision making and cognitive-emotional interactions.

Professional Preparation

    • 1975 PhD in Applied MathematicsMIT

Appointments

    • Sept 1997 to Present Professor of Psychology
      University of Texas at Arlington

Memberships

  • Membership
    • Sept 2010 to Present Society for Judgment and Decision Making
    • Sept 2007 to Present Psychonomic Society
  • Senior Member
    • Sept 1987 to Present International Neural Network Society
  • Executive Committee
    • Jan 1987 to Present Metroplex Institute for Neural Dynamics (MIND)

Awards and Honors

    • Sep  2013 Named Fellow sponsored by International Neural Network Society
      Achievements:

      Member of Board of Governors (INNS) 1995-2008 and President of INNS in 1998

News Articles

    • Aug 2013 Why we Keep Playing the Lottery

      This was an article for the popular science magazine Nautilus, August 25, 2013, about the attraction to playing the lottery.  I was cited in the article along with other psychologists.

    • Oct 2011 When Your Gut Sends Mixed Signals

      This was an article in Oprah magazine about intuition in which I was mentioned along with several other psychologists (among them William Ickes, also from UTA)

    • Nov 2010 Toward a Sacred Brain

      Article about relationships of recent neuroscientific findings to spirituality, in the on-line version of Tikkun (an alternative Jewish magazine), November-December 2010

    • June 2005 Altruism and the brain

      Guest on the weekly radio show All in the Mind, Australian National Radio, June 18, 2005, on the topic of the brain and altruism (shared with Professor Stephen Kosslyn of Harvard
      University)

Research and Expertise

  • emotional influences on human decision making
    (a) The accuracy of probability judgments, with and without distracters (two of these experiments are completed); (b) How the accuracy of these judgments is influenced by affective values, in the form of simulated gains or losses of money (this experiment is in progress); (c) The differences between choices on tasks where probabilities are inferred from feedback, such as the Iowa Gambling Task or own current experiments, and tasks where one has to choose between gambles with explicit probabilities of gains and losses.
  • neural network modeling
    Since 1975 I have been utilizing neural network models based on shunting nonlinear dynamical systems to model a range of phenomena including conditioning, brain executive function, high-order cognition, decision making, and cognitive-emotional interactions.  Since 2003 those models have increasingly included analogs of specific brain regions.

Publications

      Book 2019
      • Levine, D. S. (2019).  Introduction to Neural and Cognitive Modeling (3rd edition).  New York: Routledge.

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      Book 2018
      • Levine, D. S. (2018).  Common Sense and Common Nonsense: A Conversation about Mental Attitudes, Science, and Society.  Arlington, TX: Mavs Open Press.

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      Journal Article 2017
      • Levine, D. S. (2017).  Modeling the instinctive-emotional-thoughtful mind.   Cognitive Systems Research, 45, 82-94.

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      Book Chapter 2016
      • Levine, D. S. (2016).  Certain and uncertain futures in the brain.  In M. Nadin (Ed.), Anticipation: The interdisciplinary perspective (pp. 71-80).  Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

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      Journal Article 2016
      • Hamby, T., & Levine, D. S. (2016).  Response-scale formats and psychological distances between categories. Applied Psychological Measurement, 40, 73-75. doi: 10.1177/0146621615597961.

        {Journal Article }

      Book Chapter 2015
      • Wood, R. C., Levine, D. S., Cory, G. A., Jr., & Wilson, D. R. (2015).  Evolutionary neuroscience and motivation in organizations.  In D. A. Waldman & P. A. Balthazard (eds.), Organizational neuroscience (Monographs in Leadership & Management, Volume 7) (pp. 143-169).  Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.

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      Conference Paper 2015
      • AlQaudi, B., Levine, D. S., & Lewis, F. L. (2015).  Neural network model of decisions on the Asian disease problem.  Proceedings of International Joint Conference on Neural Networks 2015, 1333-1340.

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      Journal Article 2015
      • Kiumarsi, B., Lewis, F., & Levine, D. S. (2015).  Optimal control of nonlinear discrete time-varying systems using a new neural network approximation structure.  Neurocomputing, 156, 157-165.  doi:10.1016/j.neucom.2014.12.067.

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      2015
      • Levine, D. S. (2015).  Lessons from neuroscience and experimental psychology for a partnership society.  Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies, Vol. 2(2), article 4.  http://pubs.lib.umn.edu/ijps/

        {Journal Article }
      2015
      • R. Song, F. Lewis, Q. Wei, H. Zhang, Z. Jiang, & D. Levine (2015).  Multiple actor-critic structures for continuous-time optimal control using input-output data.  IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems,
        doi 10.1109/TNNLS.2015.2399020.
         

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      Conference Paper 2014
      • Levine, D. S. (2014).  Toward a neural network model of framing with fuzzy traces.  Proceedings of SSCI Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence.

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      Book Chapter 2013
      • Levine, D. S., & Ramirez, P. A., Jr.  (2013).  An attentional theory of emotional influences on risky decisions.  To appear in N. Srinivasan & V. S. Chandrasekhar Pammi (Eds.), Progress in Brain Research: Decision Making: Neural and Behavioural Approaches.  Amsterdam: Elsevier.
        {Book Chapter }

      Conference Paper 2012
      • Levine, D. S. (2012).  I think therefore I feel: Possible neural mechanisms for knowledge-based pleasure. Proceedings of IJCNN 2012, 363-367.
        {Conference Paper }
      2012
      • Hardy, L., Levine, D. S., & Liu, D. (2012).  Neurohydrodynamics as a heuristic mechanism for cognitive processes in decision-making.  Proceedings of IJCNN 2012, 90-99.
        {Conference Paper }

      Journal Article 2012
      • Perlovsky, L. I.,& Levine, D. S. (2012).The drive for creativity and the escape from creativity: Neurocognitive mechanisms.  Cognitive Computation, 4, 292-305
        {Journal Article }
      2012
      • Levine, D. S. (2012).  Neural dynamics of affect, gist, probability, and choice.  Cognitive Systems Research, 15-16, 57-72.
        {Journal Article }

      Book Chapter 2012
      • Aleksandrowicz, A. M. C., & Levine, D. S. (2012).  Neurociências e psicanálise: desafios conceituais e epistemológicos. In: Esperidião-Antonio, V. (Ed.), Neurociências: Diálogos e Interseções (pp. 605-630).  Rio de Janeiro: Editora Rubio.
        {Book Chapter }
      2012
      • Levine, D. S. (2012).Neuro-executive function.  In V. Ramachandran (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Human Behavior.  Oxford: Elsevier. 
        {Book Chapter }

      Book Review 2011
      • Levine, D. S. (2011).  Review of David Loye, Darwin’s Lost Theory: Bridge to a Better World and Darwin’s 2nd RevolutionTikkun (online), Summer.
        {Book Review }

      Conference Proceeding 2011
      • Levine, D. S. (2011).  The pitfalls of doing the right thing for the wrong reason.  Proceedings of International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, July, 2011, 886-891.  
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Book Chapter 2011
      • Levine, D. S., Value maps, drives, and emotions. In V. Cutsuridis, A. Hussain, & J. G. Taylor (Eds.), Perception-reason-action Cycle: Models, Algorithms, and Hardware. Berlin: Springer, pp 135-168.
        {Book Chapter }

      Journal Article 2010
      • Levine, D. S. (2010).Evolution or culture, but music may soothe the savage breast.  Commentary on Leonid Perlovsky, Musical emotions: Functions, origins, evolutionPhysics of Life Reviews, 7, 39-40.
        {Journal Article }
      2010
      • Levine, D. S., & Perlovsky, L. I. (2010).  Emotion in the pursuit of understanding.  International Journal of Synthetic Emotions, 1(2), 1-11.  (Invited)
        {Journal Article }
      2010
      • Paulus, P. B., Levine, D. S., Brown, V. R., Minai, A. A., & Doboli, S. (2010). Modeling ideational creativity in groups: Connecting cognitive, neural and computational approaches, Vol. 41, pp. 688-724. Small Group Research.
        {Journal Article }

      Conference Proceeding 2010
      • Farajidavar, A., Levine, D. S., Kohn, N. W., & Paulus, P. B. (2010).  Modeling the beneficial effects of incubation in creative brainstorming.  WCCI 2010 IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence,2722-2727.
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Popular Press Article 2010
      • Levine, D. S. (2010).  Toward a sacred brain.  Tikkun (online), November-December.
        {Popular Press Article }

      Journal Article 2009
      • Levine, D. S. (2009).  Brain pathways for cognitive-emotional decision making in the human animal.  Neural Networks, 22, 286-293.  (Invited)  
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      2009
      • Iyer, L. R., Doboli, S., Minai, A. A., Brown, V. R., Levine, D. S., & Paulus, P. B. (2009). Neural dynamics of idea generation and the effects of priming. Neural Networks, 22, 674-686.
        {Journal Article }

      Conference Paper 2009
      • Levine, D. S. (2009, July). Executive function, rule selection, and probability judgment. Proceedings of International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, 1771-1776.
        {Conference Paper }
      2009
      • Levine, D. S. (2009).  Where is utopia in the brain?  Utopian Studies, 20, 249-274.
        {Conference Paper }

      Conference Paper 2008
      • Levine, D. S. (2008). Brain mechanisms for making, breaking, and changing rules. Proceedings of ICIC 2008 (International Conference on Intelligent Computing).  Berlin: Springer. .
        {Conference Paper }
      2008
      • Levine, D. S. & Perlovsky, L. I. (2008). A network model of rational versus irrational choices on a probability maximization task. 2008 IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence (pp. 2821-2825).
        {Conference Paper }

      Journal Article 2008
      • Levine, D. S. & Perlovsky, L. I. (2008). Simplifying heuristics versus careful thinking: scientific analysis of millennial spiritual issues. Zygon, 43, 797-821.
        {Journal Article }
      2008
      • Levine, D. S. (2008). Neural networks of human nature and nurture. Avances en Psicología Latinoamericana, 26, 82-98.
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 2007
      • Levine, D. S. (2007). Seek Simplicity and Distrust it: Knowledge Maximization versus Effort Minimization. Proceedings of KIMAS 2007 .
        {Journal Article }
      2007
      • Parks, R. W., Thiyagesh, S. N., Levine, D. S., Lee, K. H., Bhaker, R., Mysore, A., Ingram, L., Young, C., Birkett, P., Pegg, E., & Woodruff, P. W. R. (2007). Executive dysfunction screening test for neuropsychiatric disorders. International Journal of Neuroscience, 117, 507-518.
        {Journal Article }
      2007
      • Levine, D. S. (2007). Neural modeling of emotion. Physics of Life Reviews, 4, 37-63.
        {Journal Article }

      Book Chapter 2007
      • Levine, D. S. (2007). How does the brain create, change, and selectively override its rules of conduct?. In R. Kozma & L. Perlovsky. (Eds.), Neurodynamics of Higher-level Cognition and Consciousness (pp. 163-181). Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.
        {Book Chapter }
      2007
      • Levine, D. S. & Brown, V. R. (2007). Uses (and abuses?) of inhibition in network models. In D. S. Gorfein & C. M. MacLeod. (Eds.), Inhibition in Cognition (pp. 281-303). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
        {Book Chapter }

      Book Review 2006
      • Levine, D. S. (2006).  Review of Daniel Dennett, Breaking the Spell: Religion as a Natural Phenomenon. Tikkun, November/December.
        {Book Review }

      Conference Proceeding 2006
      • Levine, D. S. (2006). Modeling the evolution of decision rules in the human brain. In Proceedings of International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (pp. 625-631).
        {Conference Proceeding }
      2006
      • Levine, D. S. (2006). Emotion and decision making: Short-term reactions versus long-term evaluations. In Proceedings of International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (pp. 195-202).
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Journal Article 2006
      • Levine, D. S. (2006). Neural modeling of the dual motive theory of economics. Journal of Socio-Economics, 35, 613-625.
        {Journal Article }

      Conference Proceeding 2005
      • Aleksandrowicz, A. M. C. & Levine, D. S. (2005). Neural network approaches to personal change in psychotherapy. In : Proceedings of International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (pp. 2139-2144).
        {Conference Proceeding }
      2005
      • Levine, D. S., Mills, B. A., & Estrada, S. (2005). Modeling emotional influences on human decision making under risk. In IEEE: Proceedings of International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (pp. 1657-1662).
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Journal Article 2005
      • Levine, D. S. (2005). Angels, devils, and censors in the brain. ComPlexus, 2, 35-59.
        {Journal Article }
      2005
      • Coleman, S., Brown, V. R., Levine, D. S., & Mellgren, R. L. (2005). A neural network model of foraging decisions made under predation risk. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience, 5, 434-451.
        {Journal Article }
      2005
      • Aleksandrowicz, A. M. C. & Levine, D. S. (2005). Neural dynamics of psychotherapy: What modeling may tell us about us. Neural Networks, 18, 639-645.
        {Journal Article }
      2005
      • Levine, D. S. (2005). Is all affiliation the same? Facilitation or complementarity. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 28, 356-357.
        {Journal Article }

      Book Chapter 2004
      • Levine, D. S. (2004). Neural networks. In A. Kuper & J. Kuper. (Eds.), Social Science Encyclopedia, 3rd ed (pp. 689-692). London: Routledge.
        {Book Chapter }

      Journal Article 2003
      • Levine, D. S. (2003).  "Aristotle in the Brain."  Review of Leonid Perlovsky, Neural Networks and IntelligenceContemporary Psychology, Vol. 48 .
        {Journal Article }
      2003
      • Levine, D. S., Jani, N. G., & Gilbert, D. G. (2003). Modeling the effects of nicotine on a continuous performance task. Neurocomputing, 52-54, 573-582.
        {Journal Article }

      Conference Proceeding 2003
      • Levine, D. S., Mills, B. A., Estrada, S., Clanton, C., & Denton, S. (2003). Modeling orbitofrontal involvement in decision making on a gambling task. In Proceedings of IJCNN 2003 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (pp. 272-275).
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Book Chapter 2002
      • Levine, D. S. (2002).  Neural network modeling.  In J. Wixted et al. (Eds.), Stevens’ Handbook of Experimental Psychology (Vol. 4 (Methodology), pp. 223-269).  New York: Wiley.  (Invited)
        {Book Chapter }
      2002
      • Levine, D. S. & Jani, N. G. (2002). Toward a neural network theory of the triune brain. In G. A. Cory, Jr., & R. Gardner. (Eds.), The Neuroethology of Paul MacLean: Convergences and Frontiers (pp. 383-394). Praeger: Westport, CT.
        {Book Chapter }

      Journal Article 2002
      • Eisler, R. & Levine, D. S. (2002). Nurture, nature, and caring: We are not prisoners of our genes. Brain and Mind, 3, 9-52.  (Invited)
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 2001
      • Levine, D. S. (2001).  In partial defense of softness.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 24, 421-422.
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      Conference Paper 2001
      • Levine, D., Eisler, R., & Leven, S. (2001, September). We Are Not Prisoners of Our Brains. Paper presented at International Congress on Universal Values and the Future of Society, São Paulo.
        {Conference Paper }

      Book 2000
      • Levine, D. S., Brown, V. R., & Shirey, T. (Eds.). (2000). Oscillations in Neural Systems. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
        {Book }
      2000
      • Levine, D. S. (2000). Introduction to Neural and Cognitive Modeling (2nd ed.). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
        {Book }

      Journal Article 2000
      • Jani, N. G. & Levine, D. S. (2000). A neural network theory of proportional analogy making. Neural Networks, 13, 149-183.  
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 1999
      • Levine, D. S. (1999).  What are neural networks, and what can they contribute to psychology?  Psychline, 3(2), 23-30.  
        {Journal Article }

      Conference Proceeding 1998
      • Coleman, S., Brown, V. R., Levine, D. S., & Mellgren, R. L. (1998).  A cognitive-emotional network model of foraging under predation risk.  Proceedings of WCCI98/IJCNN’98, 625-629.
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Book Chapter 1998
      • Levine, D. S. (1998).  Emotion and consciousness: A shotgun marriage?  In S. R. Hameroff, A. W. Kaszniak, & A. C. Scott (Eds.), Toward the Science of Consciousness II: The Second Tucson Discussions and Debates (pp. 513-520).  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
        {Book Chapter }
      1998
      • Parks, R. W., & Levine, D. S. (1998).  Neural network modeling of Wisconsin Card Sorting and Verbal Fluency Tests: Applications with frontal lobe-damaged and Alzheimer’s disease patient.  In Parks, R. W., Levine, D. S., & Long, D. L. (Eds.), Fundamentals of Neural Network Modeling: Neuropsychology and Cognitive Neuroscience (pp. 357-380).  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
        {Book Chapter }

      Book 1998
      • Parks, R. W., Levine, D. S., & Long, D. L. (Eds.). (1998). Fundamentals of Neural Network Modeling: Neuropsychology and Cognitive Neuroscience. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
        {Book }

      Journal Article 1998
      • Levine, D. S. (1998).  Cognitive dissonance, halo effects, and the self-esteem trap.  Psychline, 2(3), 25-26.
        {Journal Article }
      1998
      • Levine, D. S. (1998). Descartes, Damasio, and Darwin: a Tragedy of Errors and a Comedy of Truths. Psychline, 2(4), 30-31.
        {Journal Article }

      Conference Proceeding 1997
      • Kant, J.-D., & Levine, D. S. (1997).  A neural network for decision making under the influence of reinforcement.  IEEE International Conference on Neural Networks, 558-563.
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Book 1997
      • Levine, D. S. & Elsberry, W. R. (Eds.). (1997). Optimality in Biological and Artificial Networks?. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
        {Book }

      Book Review 1997
      • Levine, D. S. (1997). "Sex and Human Values." Review of Riane Eisler, Sacred Pleasure.  Contemporary Psychology 42, 1118-1119.
        {Book Review }

      Journal Article 1997
      • Bapi, R. S., & Levine, D. S. (1997).  Modeling the role of the frontal lobes in sequential task performance. II. Classification of sequences.  Neural Network World, 1/97, 3-28.
        {Journal Article }

      Journal Article 1996
      • Levine, D. S. (1996). What can academic psychology contribute to psychotherapy? Psychline, 1(2), 18-19.
        {Journal Article }
      1996
      • Leven, S. J. & Levine, D. S. (1996). Multiattribute decision making in context: A dynamic neural network methodology. Cognitive Science, 20, 271-299.
        {Journal Article }

      Book Chapter 1996
      • Levine, D. S. (1996). Modeling dysfunction of the prefrontal executive system. In E. Ruppin, R. Berndt, & J. Reggia. (Eds.), Neural Modeling of Brain Disorders (pp. 413-439). Singapore: World Scientific.
        {Book Chapter }

      Book Review 1995
      • Levine, D. S. (1995).  Review of J. Richard Eiser, Attitudes, Chaos, and the Connectionist MindNeural Networks, Vol. 9.
        {Book Review }
      1995
      • Levine, D. S. (1995).  Review of Michael Gabriel and John Moore (Eds.), Learning and Computational NeuroscienceMinds and Machines, Vol. 5.
        {Book Review }

      Conference Proceeding 1995
      • Levine, D. S. (1995).  Do we know what we want?  World Congress on Neural Networks, Washington, D.C. (Vol. 2, pp. 955-962)
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Journal Article 1995
      • Levine, D. S. (1995).  Learning and encoding higher order rules in neural networks.  Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 27, 178-182.
        {Journal Article }

      Book Chapter 1995
      • Levine, D. S. (1995).  Disease, Neural network models of.  In M. A. Arbib (Ed.), The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks (pp. 315-318).  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
        {Book Chapter }
      1995
      • Leven, S. J., & Levine, D. S. (1995).  Parts and wholes: Connectionist dynamics of economic behavior in context.  In F. D. Abraham & A. Gilgen (Eds.), Chaos Theory in Psychology (pp. 221-231).  Westport, CT: Greenwood.
        {Book Chapter }
      1995
      • Levine, D. S., & Leven, S. J. (1995).  Of mice and networks: connectionist dynamics of intention versus action.  In F. D. Abraham and A. Gilgen (Eds.), Chaos Theory in Psychology (pp. 205-219).  Westport, CT: Greenwood.
        {Book Chapter }
      1995
      • Prueitt, P. S., Levine, D. S., Leven, S. J., Tryon, W., & Abraham, F. D. (1995).  Introduction to artificial neural networks.  In F. D. Abraham & A. Gilgen (Eds.), Chaos Theory in Psychology (pp. 195-204).  Westport, CT: Greenwood.
        {Book Chapter }

      Conference Proceeding 1994
      • Levine, D. S. (1994).  Steps toward a neural theory of self-actualization.  World Congress on Neural Networks, San Diego, June, 1994 (Vol. 1, pp. 215-220).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Journal Article 1994
      • Bapi, R. S., & Levine, D. S. (1994).  Modelling of the role of the frontal lobes in sequential performance. I. Basic structure and primacy effects.  Neural Networks, 7, 1167-1180.
        {Journal Article }

      Book Chapter 1994
      • Raghupathi, W., Levine, D. S., Bapi, R. S., & Schkade, L. L. (1994).  Toward connectionist representation of legal knowledge.  In D. S. Levine & M. Aparicio, IV (Eds.), Neural Networks for Knowledge Representation and Inference (pp. 269-282).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
        {Book Chapter }
      1994
      • Aparicio, M., IV, & Levine, D. S. (1994).  Why are neural networks relevant to higher cognitive function?  In D. S. Levine & M. Aparicio, IV (Eds.), Neural Networks for Knowledge Representation and Inference (pp. 1-26).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
        {Book Chapter }

      Book 1994
      • Levine, D. S. & Aparicio, M., IV (Eds.). (1994). Neural Networks for Knowledge Representation and Inference. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
        {Book }

      Conference Proceeding 1993
      • Levine, D. S., & Leven, S. J. (1993).  A gated dipole architecture for multi-drive, multi-attribute decision making, World Congress on Neural Networks, Portland, OR, July 11-15, 1993 (Vol. I, pp. 495-499).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Journal Article 1993
      • Levine, D. S., Parks, R. W., & Prueitt, P. S. (1993).  Methodological and theoretical issues in neural network models of frontal cognitive functions, International Journal of Neuroscience, 72, 209-233, 1993.
        {Journal Article }

      Conference Proceeding 1992
      • Levine, D. S., & Leven, S. J. (1992).  A theory of dynamic vigilance setting and preference reversal, based on the example of New Coke. In Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 933-938).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
        {Conference Proceeding }
      1992
      • Levine, D. S., & Parks, R. W. (1992).  Frontal lesion effects on verbal fluency in a network model.  IJCNN International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Baltimore, MD, June 7-11, 1992 (Vol. II, pp. 39-44).  Piscataway, NJ: IEEE.
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Journal Article 1992
      • Parks, R. W., Levine, D. S., Long, D. L., Crockett, D. J., Dalton, I. E., Weingartner, H., Fedro, P., Zec, R. F., Coburn, K. L., Siler, G., & Becker, R. E. (1992).  Parallel distributed processing and neuropsychology: a neural network model of Wisconsin Card Sorting and verbal fluency.  Neuropsychology Review, 3, 213-233.
        {Journal Article }

      Book Chapter 1992
      • Levine, D. S. (1992).  Neuropsychological test performance in model neural networks.   In J. Eisenfeld, D. S. Levine, & M. Witten (Eds.), Biomedical Modeling and Simulation (pp. 383-390).  Amsterdam: Elsevier.
        {Book Chapter }
      1992
      • Levine, D. S., Leven, S. J., & Prueitt, P. S. (1992).  Integration, disintegration, and the frontal lobesIn D. S. Levine & S. J. Leven (Eds.), Motivation, Emotion, and Goal Direction in Neural Networks (pp. 301-335).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
        {Book Chapter }
      1992
      • Grossberg, S., Levine, D. S., & Schmajuk, N. (1992).  Associative learning and selective forgetting in a neural network regulated by reinforcement and attentive feedback.  In D. S. Levine & S. J. Leven (Eds.), Motivation, Emotion, and Goal Direction in Neural Networks (pp. 37-62).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
        {Book Chapter }

      Book 1992
      • Eisenfeld, J., Levine, D. S., & Witten, M. (Eds.). (1992). Biomedical Modeling and Simulation. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
        {Book }
      1992
      • Levine, D. S. & Leven, S. J. (Eds.). (1992). Motivation, Emotion, and Goal Direction in Neural Networks. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
        {Book }

      Journal Article 1991
      • Parks, R. W., Long, D. L., Levine, D. S., Crockett, D. J., Dalton, I. E., Zec, R. F., Coburn, K. L., Siler, G., Nelson, M. E., Bower, J. M., Becker, R. E., McGeer, E. E., & McGeer, P. L. (1991).  Parallel distributed processing and neural networks: origins, methodology, and cognitive functions.  International Journal of Neuroscience, 60, 195-214.
        {Journal Article }
      1991
      • Levine, D. S. (1991).  The example of psychology: optimism, not optimality.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 14, 225-226.
        {Journal Article }
      1991
      • Levine, D. S., & Leven, S. J. (1991).  Inhibition in the nervous system: models of its roles in choice and context determination.  Neurochemical Research, 16, 381-395.  (Invited)
        {Journal Article }
      1991
      • Raghupathi, W., Schkade, L. L., Bapi, R. S., & Levine, D. S. (1991).  Exploring connectionist approaches to legal decision making.  Behavioral Science, 36, 133-139.
        {Journal Article }

      Book Chapter 1991
      • Levine, D. S., & Prueitt, P. S. (1991).  Simulations of conditioned perseveration and novelty preference from frontal lobe damage.  In M. E. Commons, S. Grossberg, & J. E. R. Staddon, Eds.) Neural Network Models of Conditioning and Action (pp. 123-147).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
        {Book Chapter }

      Conference Proceeding 1990
      • Bapi, R. S., & Levine, D. S. (1990).  Networks modeling the involvement of the frontal lobes in learning and performance of flexible movement sequences.  In Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 915-922).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
        {Conference Proceeding }
      1990
      • Levine, D. S., & Penz, P. A. (1990).  ART 1.5 — a simplified adaptive resonance network for classifying low-dimensional analog data.  In International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Washington, DC, January 1990 (Vol. II, pp. 639-642).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Journal Article 1989
      • Levine, D. S., & Prueitt, P. S. (1989).  Modeling some effects of frontal lobe damage; novelty and perseveration.  Neural Networks, 2, 103-116.
        {Journal Article }
      1989
      • Levine, D. S. (1989).  Explanatory coherence in neural networks?  Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 12, 479.
        {Journal Article }
      1989
      • Levine, D. S. (1989), Neural network principles for theoretical psychology.  Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 21, 213-224.  
        {Journal Article }

      Book Chapter 1989
      • Levine, D. S. (1989).  Decisions in neural networks: Lessons from brain damage for understanding of normal function.  In J. Eisenfeld & D. S. Levine (Eds.), Biomedical Systems Modelling and Simulation (pp. 119-124).  Basel, Switzerland: J. C. Baltzer AG.
        {Book Chapter }
      1989
      • Levine, D. S. (1989).  Selective vigilance and ambiguity detection in adaptive resonance networks.  In W. Webster (Ed.), Simulation and AI, 1989 (pp. 1-7).  San Diego: Society for Computer Simulation.
        {Book Chapter }

      Popular Press Article 1989
      • Levine, D. S. (1989).  The third wave in neural networks.  AI Expert, December, 26-31.
        {Popular Press Article }

      Book 1989
      • Eisenfeld, J. & Levine, D. S. (1989). Biomedical Systems Modelling and Simulation. Basel, Switzerland: J. C. Baltzer AG.
        {Book }

      Conference Proceeding 1987
      • Grossberg, S., & Levine, D. S. (1987).  Attentional mechanisms in neural information processing: Examples from Pavlovian conditioning.  In Proceedings of the First International Conference on Neural Networks (Vol. IV, pp. 49-57).  San Diego: IEEE/ICNN
        {Conference Proceeding }
      1987
      • Levine, D. S., Grossberg, S., & Leven, S. J. (1987).  Decision making in model neural networks.  Digest of Papers, Sixth Southern Biomedical Engineering Conference (pp. 207-211).  Washington, DC: McGregor & Werner.
        {Conference Proceeding }
      1987
      • Leven, S. J., & Levine, D. S. (1987).  Effects of reinforcement on knowledge retrieval and evaluation.  In Proceedings of the First International Conference on Neural Networks (Vol. IV, pp. 269-277).  San Diego: IEEE/ICNN.
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Journal Article 1987
      • Levine, D. S. (1987).  Connectionism and motivation are compati­ble.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 10, 487.
        {Journal Article }
      1987
      • Levine, D. S. (1987).  Is chaos the only alternative to rigidity?  Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 10, 180.
        {Journal Article }
      1987
      • Grossberg, S., & Levine, D. S. (1987).  Neural dynamics of attentionally modulated Pavlovian conditioning: Blocking, interstimulus interval, and secondary reinforcement.  Applied Optics, 26, 5015-5030. 
        {Journal Article }

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