[a] The names of the falling sickness. Human Biology, 1930, 2, 109-127.

[b] Folklore and cultural history of epilepsy. Medical Life, 1930, 37, April, 167-214.

[c] KANNER Leo, SCHILDER Paul. Movements of optic images and optic imagination of movements. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 1930, 72, 5 (November) 489-517.

[d] KANNER Leo, SCHILDER Paul. Über Bewegung von Vorstellungsbildern und ihre Beziehungen zur Pathologie. Nervenarzt, 1930, 3, 406-411.


[a] The teeth of gods, saints, and kings. Medical Life, 1931, 38, 506-518.

[b] Medical folklore. Medical Life, 1931, 38, 523-527.

[c] Born with a caul. Medical Life, 1931, 38, 528-548.

[d] Superstitions connected with sneezing. Medical Life, 1931, 38, 549-575.

[e] Judging Emotions from Facial ExpressionsPrinceton Psychological Monograph, vol. XLI, no. 3, Whole no. 186, Baltimore, 1931, 91p.


[a] Supplying the psychiatric needs of a pediatric clinic. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 1932, 2, 4, october, 400-406.


[a] Mental hygiene in elementary and secondary schools. School Physicians Bulletin, 1933, 3, 10-12.

[b] The significance of a pluralistic attitude in the study of human behavior. Journal of Abnormal Soc. Psychology, 1933, 28, 1 (April), 30-41.

[c] KANNER Leo, LACHMAN S. E. The contribution of physical illness to the development of behavior disorders in children. Mental Hygiene, 1933, 18, 605-617.

[d] The significance of the complaint factor in child psychiatry. American Journal of Psychiatry, 1933, 90, 1 (july), 171-182.


[a] The contribution of psychiatry to the understanding of delinquency. Med. rev. of Rev., 1934, 40, 277-291.

[b] The occurrence of cataleptic phenomena in children. Journal of Pediatrics, 1934, 5, 3, september, 330-340.

[c] Work with psychobiological children’s personality difficulties. read before the Pediatric Section of the New York Academy of medicine, November 9, 1933, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 1934, 4, 3, july, 402-412.

[d] Christian Franz Paullini (1643-1712). Medical Life, 1934, 41, 231-270.


[a] Behind bad grades and behavior. The Nation’s Schools, 1935, 16, VI, 19-21.

[b] Psychopathological problems of childhood. in STRECKER E.A., EBAUGH F.G., Practical clinical psychiatry, 4e Ed., Blakiston, Philadelphia, 1935, 585-651.

[c] Types of maladjustment in children. Fifteenth Yearbook for Elementary School Principals, 1935, 438-444.

[d] Liaison work in psychiatry in the department of pediatrics. in Proceedings of the second conference on psychiatric education (New York, May 27-28, 1934), National Committee for Mental Hygiene, New York, 1935, 78-87.

[e] The contribution of a psychiatrist as a member of the pediatric hospital staff. Journal of Pediatrics, 1935, 9, 558-563.

[f] Methods, results, and opportunities of four years’ liaison between pediatrics and psychiatry. in Proceedings of the third conference on psychiatric education (Washington D. C., May 12-13), National Committee for Mental Hygiene, New York, 1935, 93-101.

[g] Essential steps in studying the maladjusted child. Fifteenth Yearbook for Elementary School Principals, 1935, 461-467.

[h] Psychopathology of Childhood. in BRENNEMANN J., Practice of pediatrics, Vol. IV, Chapter 13, W.F. Prior Co., Hagerstown, 1935.

[i] Child Psychiatry, Springfield : Charles C. Thomas, 1st Edition, june 1935, 527pp.


[a] Historical notes on rumination in man, Medical Life, 1936, 43, 27-60.


[a] Prognosis in child psychiatry. Archive Neurology Psychiatry, 1937, 37, 4 (April),922-928.

[b] Habeas Corpus releases of feebleminded and their consequences. The Daily Record, Baltimore, 14.4.1937.

[c] The invalid reaction in children. Journal of Pediatrics, 1937, 11, 3, september, 341-355.

[d] The development and present status of psychiatry in pediatrics. Journal of Pediatrics, 1937, 11, 3, september, 418-435.

[e] Problem children growing up. American Journal of Psychiatry, 1937, 94, november, 691-699.

[f] A child comes to the hospital. Journal of Pediatrics, 1937, 11, 715-718.

[g] Modern trends in psychiatry. Nova Scotia Medical Bulletin, 1937, 16, 8, 475-484.

[h] The application of psychiatry to general medicine [Presented at the Dalhousie Refresher Course, September 3, 1937], Nova Scotia Medical Bulletin, 1937, 16, 9, 548-556.

[i] Psychiatric clinic [Conducted during the Dalhousie Refresher Course at the Victoria General Hospital, Halifax, N.S., September 3, 1937], Nova Scotia Medical Bulletin, 1937, 16, 10, 611-617.


[a] The paediatric-psychiatric alliance. Canadian medical Association Journal, 1938, 38, 1, january, 71-74.

[b] Mental hygiene during the preschool years. Preventive Medicine, 1938, 7, 281-286.

[c] Mental hygiene in infancy. Preventive Medicine, 1938, 7, 229-232.

[d] Habeas Corpus releases of feebleminded persons and their consequences : A follow-up study. American Journal of Psychiatry, 1938, 94, march, 1013-1033.

[e] Die Entwicklung und der gegenwärtige Stand der Beziehungen zwischen Psychiatrie und Pädiatrie. Acta paedopsychiatrica, 1938, 5, 1-4.

[f] Some pediatric problems of behavior in infancy and early childhood. Journal of Pediatrics, 1938, 13, 3, september, 417-433.

[g] Psychiatry in pediatrics. in S. Katzenelbogen (Ed.), Contributions dedicated to Dr. Adolf Meyer by his colleagues, friends, and pupils, Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press, 1938, 85-88.

[h] Mental hygiene in infants. Modern Medicine, 1938, VI, 2, 60-61.

[i] Undergraduate teaching of child psychiatry. in Proceedings of the fourth conference on psychiatric education (Baltimore, April 8-10, 1936), National Committee for Mental Hygiene, New York, 1938, 146-151.

[j] Epilepsy, magic and science. Councillor, 1938, I, 2, 1-6.


[a] Review of Biographies of Child Development. The Mental Growth Career of Eighty-Four infants and Children (by Arnold GESELL, Burton M. CASTNER, Helen THOMPSON, and Catherine S. AMATRUDA), in Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, vol 11 (4), march 1939, p. 408

[b] Infantile sexuality. Journal of Pediatrics, 1939, 15, 4, october, 583-608.

[c] Mistletoe, magic and medicine. Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 1939, 7, 875-936.

[d] Evidence for body-mind relationship afforded by the phenomena of psychotherapeutic experiences. Research Publication from the Association for Nervous and Mental Disease, 1939, 19, 333-339.