[a] Child psychiatry : retrospect and prospect. American Journal of Psychiatry, 1960, 117, 1, july, 15-22.

[b] Itard, Seguin, Howe. Three pioneers in the education of retarded children. American Journal of mental Deficiency, 1960, 65, july, 2-10.

[c] American child psychiatry, Ltd. ?. American Journal of Psychiatry, 1960, 116, 11, May, 1040-1041.

[d] Arnold Gesell’s place in the history of developmental psychology and psychiatry. Psychiatric Research Reports of the American Psychiatric Association, 1960, 13, december, 1-9.

[e] Do behavioral symptoms always indicate psychopathology ?. Child Psychol. Psychiat., 1960, 1, 17-23.

[f] A note to welcome. Japanese Journal of Child Psychiatry, 1960, 1, 190.

[g] Schizophrenia as a concept. in The outpatient treatment of schizophrenia, Grune and Stratton, New York, 1960, 46-51.


[a] American contributions to the development of child psychiatry. Psychiatric Quarterly, 1961, 35, 1-12.

[b] Child psychiatry in Japan. American Journal of Psychiatry, 1961, 117, 753.

[c] To the founders and charter members of the Japanese Association of Child Psychiatry. Japanese Journal of Child Psychiatry, 1961, 2, 117.

[d] Early Infantile Autism . in Feelings and their medical significance, Ross laboratories, Columbus, Ohio, 1961, 3, n°3, 1-3.


[a] Emotionally disturbed children : a historical review (Presented at the biennal meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development Research on Emotionally Disturbed Children, Pennsylvania State University, March 1961), Child development, 1962, 33, March, 97-102.

[b] Tell me not in mournful numbers. American Journal of Psychiatry, 1962, november, 119, 5, 479-480.

[c] An early mental deficiency periodical. Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 1962, 36, nov-dec, 532-534.

[d] Quote-unquote. Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 1962, 1, 323-326.

[e] A review of Child in the Shadows. A manual for parents of retarded children (by Edward L. French and J. Clifford Scott, Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1960, 156pp.), American Journal of Psychiatry, 1962, 118, 7, January, 661


[a] A tribute to Moritz Tramer. Acta Paedopsychiatrica, 1963, 30, august, 281-284.

[b] What’s wrong with children ?. Johns Hopkins Magazine, 1963, 14, 18-21.

[c] The scope and goal of psychotherapy with children (Third Emil A. Gutheil memorial Lecture, October 28, 1962), American Journal of Psychotherapy, 1963, 17, 366-374.

[d] Research in Childhood Schizophrenia. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 1963, 33, 2, march, 308-310

[e] Our German-Trained Doctors (Review of BONNER Th. N., American Doctors and German Universities), 1870-1914, The Sun, Baltimore, March 31, 1963


[a] The future of child psychiatry. in VAN KREVELEN A. D., Child psychiatry and prevention (Proceedings of the 5th international Congress of child psychiatry, Scheveningen, 24-30 Aug. 1962), Hans Huber, Bern und Stuttgart, 1964, 286-291.

[b] A history of the care and study of the mentally retarded, Springfield : Charles C. Thomas, 1964.

[c] Foreword, in RIMLAND B., Early Infantile Autism. XX, 1964, pp.


[a] Professor Tramers letzte Tat : Die Neuauflage seines Lehrbuches. Acta Paedopsychiatrica, 1965, 32, january, 1-2.

[b] Infantile autism and the schizophrenias. Stanley R. Dean Research Award Recipient’s Lecture at the American Psychiatric Association meetings in New York, May 4, 1965, Behavioral Science, 1965, 10, 4 (october), 412-420.

[c] Children in state hospitals. American Journal of Psychiatry, 1965, 121, 9, March, 925-927.

[d] The mathematics of reality. Acta Paedopsychiatrica, 1965, 32, 11 (november), 321-323.

[e] The autistic child : symptoms, prognosis, and treatment. R.N., 1965, Vol. 28, No. 11, 59-66.

[f] Present trends in the care of the mentally retarded. in The role of the nurse in selected aspects of group patient care in the state mental hospitals, University of Maryland, School of nursing, 1965, II, 9-17.


[a] Pediatrics is for children. Acta Paedopsychiatrica, 1966, 33, 9 (august or september), 273-278.


[a] Child psychiatry in the framework of western society (Read at the annual meeting of the Children’s Guild of Baltimore, May 3, 1966), Acta Paedopsychiatrica, 1967, 34, 1 (january), 2-12

[b] History of attitudes toward the mentally retarded. in ASKIN J. A., HALLER J. A., A symposion on the child, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1967, 347-354.

[c] Medicine in the history of mental retardation : 1800-1965 (Presented at the Eighty-Eight Annual Meeting of the American Association on Mental Deficiency, Miami Beach, 1965), American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 1967, 72, 2, september, 165-170.

[d] History of child psychiatry. in FREEDMAN A. M., KAPLAN H. I., Comprehensive textbook of psychiatry, Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore, 1967, 1313-1315.

[e] Emotional disturbances in adolescence. in SCHNEIDER Alexander Aloysius (Ed.), Counseling the adolescent, Chandler Publishing Co., San Francisco, 1967, 173-181.


[a] Early infantile autism revisited. Psychiatry Digest, 1968, Feb, 29, 2, 17-28.

[b] Foreword, in DESPERT L., Schizophrenia in Children, New York : Bruner&Mazel Inc.,1968, pp. 7-8


[a] The children haven’t read those books. Reflections on differential diagnosis (First Kenneth Cameron memorial Lecture at the Maudsley Hospital in London, August 6, 1968), Acta paedopsychiatrica, 1969, 36, 1, 2-11.

[b] The removal of national barriers in child psychiatry (A tribute to Dick Arnold van Krevelen on his 60th birthday), Acta paedopsychiatrica, 1969, 36, 11 (november), 313-317.

[c] Impressions gained from the First Argentinian Congress of Child and Adolescent Psychopathology. Acta paedopsychiatrica, 1969, 36 (December), 353-355.

[d] Trends in Child Psychiatry. Introduction to HOWELL John G. (Ed.), Modern Perspective in International Child Psychiatry, Edinburgh, Oliver & Boyd, 1969, 1-15