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(p. 81) Alphabetical Bibliography of Works by D. W. Winnicott 

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(p. 81) Alphabetical Bibliography of Works by D. W. Winnicott
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A 70th birthday present [1965]. [CW 7:2:20]

Abscess in frontal lobe: Post-mortem findings in a case shown at a previous meeting of the section (with E. O’Flynn). Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1928, 21(7), 1256–1257. [CW 1:2:11]Find this resource:

Absence and presence of a sense of guilt illustrated in two patients [1966]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 163–167). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [Part 2 of ‘The absence of a sense of guilt’, CW 7:3:32]Find this resource:

The absence of a sense of guilt [1966]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 106–112). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 7:3:32]Find this resource:

Abstract: Alexander, F., ‘Psychoanalysis and medicine’ (Mental Hygiene, 1932, 16, 63). International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1933, 14, 108. [CW 1:4:1]Find this resource:

Abstract: Barinbaum, M., ‘A contribution to the problem of psycho-physical relations with special reference to dermatology’ (Internationale Zeitschrift für Psychoanalyse, 1934, 20, 241–251). International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1935, 16, 369. [CW 1:4:5]Find this resource:

Abstract: Lundholm, H., ‘Repression and rationalization’ (British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1933, 13(1), 23). International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1934, 15, 308. [CW 1:4:2]Find this resource:

Active heart disease. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 69–75). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3:8]Find this resource:

‘Ada’ aet 8 years. In Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 220–238). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10:3:13]Google PreviewWorldCat Also published in R. Slovenko (Ed.), Crime, law and corrections (pp. 102–130, as ‘Psychotherapeutic interview’, part of the chapter ‘A psychoanalytic view of the antisocial tendency’). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 1966Google PreviewWorldCat; and C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 256–282, as ‘Psychotherapeutic interview’, part of the chapter ‘Dissociation revealed in a therapeutic consultation’). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 7:2:21]Google PreviewWorldCat

Addendum to ‘The location of cultural experience’ [1967]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 200–202). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 8:1:37]Find this resource:

Additional note on psycho-somatic disorder [1969]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 115–118, in the chapter ‘Psycho-somatic disorder’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 9:1:21]Find this resource:

Address introducing Margaret Mead, 8th Ernest Jones Lecture, British Psychoanalytical Society [1957]. [CW 5:3:4] (p. 82)

Adolescence: Struggling through the doldrums [1961]. New Era in Home and School, 43(8)Google PreviewWorldCat, 1962 October, as ‘Adolescence’. Also published in The family and individual development (pp. 79–87). London: Tavistock, 1965. [CW 6:2:4] See also ‘Struggling through the doldrums’. [CW 6:4:7]Google PreviewWorldCat

Adolescent immaturity. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 150–166). Published here as ‘Contemporary concepts of adolescent development and their implications for higher education’. [CW 9:3:9]Find this resource:

Adolescent process and the need for personal confrontation. Pediatrics, 1969, 44. Published here as ‘Death and murder in the adolescent process’, as part of ‘Contemporary concepts of adolescent development and their implications for higher education’. [CW 9:3:9] See also ‘Adolescent immaturity’.Find this resource:

Adopted children in adolescence. First published in Report of Residential Conference, Standing Conference of Societies Registered for Adoption, July 1955Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 136–148). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 5:1:12]Google PreviewWorldCat

Advising parents [1957]. First published in The family and individual development (pp. 114–120). London: Tavistock, 1965Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Winnicott on the child (pp. 193–201). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. [CW 5:3:27]Google PreviewWorldCat

Recherches2The aetiology of infantile schizophrenia in terms of adaptive failure [1967]. , 1968 (special issue ‘Enfance aliénée’, ), as ‘La schizophrénie infantile en termes d’échec d’adaption’. Also published in R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 218–233). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 8:1:25]Find this resource:

Aggression [ca. 1939]. In The child and the outside world (pp. 167–175). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 84–92, part of ‘Aggression and its roots’). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 2:1:8]Google PreviewWorldCat

Aggression, guilt and reparation [1960]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 136–144). London: Tavistock, 1984Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 80–89). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986. [CW 6:1:10]Google PreviewWorldCat

Aggression in relation to emotional development [1950]. In Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 204–218). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 3:5:2]Find this resource:

The aims of psycho-analytical treatment [1962]. In The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 166–170). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 6:3:2]Find this resource:

‘Albert’ aet 7 years 9 months. In Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 161–175). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10:2:10]Find this resource:

‘Alfred’ aet 10 years. In Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 110–126). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10:1:7] See also ‘A psychotherapeutic consultation: A case of stammering’.Find this resource:

An allotted spanner in the works [n.d., ca. 1966–1967]. [CW 7:3:38]

Psychoanalytic Forum4Answers to comments on ‘The split-off male and female elements’ [1968–1969]. Published, in part, in , 1972, ; and, in part, in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 189–192). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 9:1:30] (p. 83) Find this resource:

The antisocial tendency [1956]. In Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 306–315). London: Tavistock, 1958Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 120–131). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 5:2:8]Google PreviewWorldCat

Anxiety associated with insecurity [1952]. In Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 97–100). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 4:1:11]Find this resource:

Anxiety (continued). In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 122–128). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3:13]Find this resource:

Appendix: Withdrawal and regression [1954]. In Holding and interpretation: Fragment of an analysis (pp. 187–192). London: Karnac, 1986. Published here as ‘Withdrawal and regression’. [CW 4:3:29]Find this resource:

Appetite and emotional disorder [1936]. In Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 33–51). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 1:4:11]Find this resource:

Arthritis associated with emotional disturbance. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 81–86). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3:10]Find this resource:

‘Ashton’ aet 12 years. In Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 147–160). London: Hogarth, 1971Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in E. Miller (Ed.), Foundations of child psychiatry (pp. 593–608, as part of ‘The value of the therapeutic consultation’). Oxford, UK: Pergamon, 1968. [CW 10:2:9]Google PreviewWorldCat

Aspects of juvenile delinquency. In The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 227–231). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. Published here as ‘Some psychological aspects of juvenile delinquency’. [CW 3:1:7]Find this resource:

The Association for Child Psychology and Psychiatry observed as a group phenomenon [1967]. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 235–254). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 8:1:3]Find this resource:

Autism [1966]. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 197–217). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 7:3:8]Find this resource:

Babies and their mothers (C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis, Eds.). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1987Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published as Part 1 of Winnicott on the child. Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. [Not reprinted in this form in the Collected Works]Google PreviewWorldCat

Babies are persons. New Era in Home and School, 1947, 28(10), 179Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 134–140, as ‘Further thoughts on babies as persons’). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 85–92, as ‘Further thoughts on babies as persons’). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. Published here as ‘Further thoughts on babies as persons’. [CW 3:2:4]Google PreviewWorldCat

The baby as a going concern. In The ordinary devoted mother and her baby (pp. 7–11). London: C. A. Brock, 1949Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 13–17). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 25–29). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 12 October 1949, as ‘The mind of a child’. I. Benzie (Producer), How’s the baby? Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 3:4:24]Google PreviewWorldCat

The baby as a person. In The ordinary devoted mother and her baby (pp. 22–26). London: C. A. Brock, 1949Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 33–37). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 75–79). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 2 November 1949, as ‘No baby (p. 84) can grow properly without love’. I. Benzie (Producer), How’s the baby? Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 3:4:27]Google PreviewWorldCat

Nouvelle Revue de Psychanalyse3Basis for self in body [1970]. , 1971, , as ‘Le corps et le self’. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 261–271). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 9:2:12]Find this resource:

The bearing of emotional development on feeding problems. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 39–41). London: Karnac, 1996. Published here, together with ‘Infant feeding and emotional development’, as ‘Environmental health in infancy’. [CW 8:1:6]Find this resource:

Becoming deprived as a fact: A psychotherapeutic consultation. Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 1966, 1(4), 5–12. [CW 10: Appendix 6]Google PreviewWorldCat Also published in Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 315–330, as ‘ “Ruth” aet 8 years’). London: Hogarth, 1971. Published here as ‘ “Ruth” aet 8 years’. [CW 10:3:17]Google PreviewWorldCat

The beginning of the individual [1966]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.) Babies and their mothers (pp. 51–58). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1987Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Winnicott on the child (pp. 43–48). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. [CW 7:3:34]Google PreviewWorldCat

The beginnings of a formulation of an appreciation and criticism of Klein’s envy statement [1962]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 447–457, in the chapter ‘Melanie Klein: On her concept of envy’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 6:3:7]Find this resource:

Berlin walls [1969]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd, & M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 221–227). Harmondsworth: Penguin 1986. [CW 9:1:25]Find this resource:

The best remedy. The Fortnightly (The Leys School, Cambridge), 12 June 1914. [CW 1:1:8]Find this resource:

Birth memories, birth trauma and anxiety [1949]. In Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 174–193). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 3:4:8]Find this resource:

‘Bob’ aet 6 years. In Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 64–88). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10:1:4]. See also ‘A clinical study of the effect of a failure of the average expectable environment on a child’s mental functioning’.Find this resource:

Breast feeding [1945, revised 1954]. In The child and the outside world (pp. 141–148). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 50–57). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. [CW 2:7:12]Google PreviewWorldCat

Breast-feeding as communication [1968]. Maternal and Child Care, 1969, 5. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Babies and their mothers (pp. 23–33). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1987Google PreviewWorldCat; and Winnicott on the child (pp. 24–31). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. [CW 8:2:26]Google PreviewWorldCat

The building up of trust [1969]. In C. Winnicott, C. Bollas, M. Davis & R. Shepherd (Eds.), Talking to parents (pp. 121–134). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1993Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Winnicott on the child (pp. 178–187). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. [CW 9:1:26]Google PreviewWorldCat

The capacity to be alone [1957]. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1958, 39, 416–420Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Psyche, 1958, 12, as ‘Über die Fähigkeit, Allein zu Sein’; and The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 29–36). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 5:3:20]Google PreviewWorldCat

Case for diagnosis (? infantile hemiplegia). Section for the Study of Disease in Children, Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1926, 19, 47–48. [CW 1:2:3] (p. 85) Find this resource:

Case for diagnosis (? poliomyelitis with some spasticity). Section for the Study of Disease in Children, Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1926, 19, 46–47. [CW 1:2:2]Find this resource:

A case managed at home. Case Conference, 1955, 2, as ‘Childhood psychosis: A case managed at home’. Also published in Collected papers: Through peadiatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 118–126). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 5:1:18]Find this resource:

Case notes for a psychoanalytic seminar: Withdrawal, regression, male identification [1965]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 149–151, in part, as ‘Notes on withdrawal and regression’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 7:2:19]Find this resource:

Case of stunted growth. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1927, 20(10), 1586. [CW 1:2:5]Find this resource:

Casework with mentally ill children [1959]. In The family and individual development (pp. 121–131). London: Tavistock, 1965. [CW 5:5:15]Find this resource:

‘Cecil’ aet 21 months at first consultation. In Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 239–269). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10:3:14] See also ‘Regression as therapy illustrated by the case of a boy whose pathological dependence was adequately met by the parents’.Find this resource:

Changing patterns: The young person, the family and society. In Proceedings of the British Student Health Association Twentieth Conference (Newcastle, UK, 1968), 1969. Published here as part of ‘Contemporary concepts of adolescent development and their implications for higher education’. [CW 9:3:9] See also ‘Adolescent immaturity’.Find this resource:

Character types: The foolhardy and the cautious. On M. Balint ‘Funfairs, thrills and regressions’ [1954]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 433–437). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 4:3:26]Find this resource:

Chards pil… [1968]. [CW 8:2:4]

‘Charles’ aet 9 years. In Therapeutic consultation in child psychiatry (pp. 129–146). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10:2:8]Find this resource:

Child analysis in the latency period. A Criança Portuguesa, 1958, 17. Also published in The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 115–123). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 5:4:13]Find this resource:

The child and sex. The Practitioner, 1947, 158Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 153–166). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 147–160). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. [CW 3:2:5]Google PreviewWorldCat

The child and the family: First relationships. London: Tavistock, 1957. [Not reprinted in this form in the Collected Works]Find this resource:

The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships. London: Tavistock, 1957. [Not reprinted in this form in the Collected Works]Find this resource:

Child department consultations. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1942, 23, 139–146Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 70–84). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 2:4:2]Google PreviewWorldCat

Childhood psychosis. British Medical Journal, 1950, 1, 944–945. [CW 3:5:5]Find this resource:

The child in the family group [1966]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 128–141). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Winnicott on the child (pp. 221–231). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. [CW 7:3:17] (p. 86) Google PreviewWorldCat

A child psychiatry case illustrating delayed reaction to loss. In M. Schur (Ed.), Drives, affects, behavior: Essays in memory of Marie Bonaparte (Vol. 2, pp. 212–242). New York: International Universities Press, 1965Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 341–368). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 7:2:23]Google PreviewWorldCat

A child psychiatry interview. St Mary’s Hospital Gazette, 1962, 68. Also published in Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 105–109, as ‘ “Rosemary” aet 10 years’). London: Hogarth, 1971. Published here as ‘ “Rosemary” aet 10 years’. [CW 10:1:6]Find this resource:

Child psychiatry, social work and alternative care [1970]. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 277–281). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 9:2:3]Find this resource:

Child psychiatry: The body as affected by psychological factors [1931]. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 176–178). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 1:2:23]Find this resource:

The child’s needs and the role of the mother in the early stages. In The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 14–23). London: Tavistock, 1957. Published here as ‘Mother, teacher, and the child’s needs’. [CW 4:2:20]Find this resource:

Children and their mothers. New Era in Home and School, 1940, 21. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 14–21, part of ‘Evacuation of small children’). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 2:2:2]Find this resource:

Children in the war. New Era in Home and School, 1940, 21Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 69–74). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 25–30). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 2:2:4]Google PreviewWorldCat

Children learning. In The human family and god. London: Christian Teamwork Institute of Education, 1968Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 142–149). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986Google PreviewWorldCat; and Winnicott on the child (pp. 232–238). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. [CW 8:2:16]Google PreviewWorldCat

Children’s hostels in war and peace [1946]. First published in British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1948, 21(3), 175–180Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 117–121). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 73–77). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 3:1:1]Google PreviewWorldCat

The child, the family and the offender: Response to a Home Office White Paper [1965]. [CW 7:2:12]

The child, the family, and the outside world. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. [Not reprinted in this form in the Collected Works]Find this resource:

Child therapy: A case of anti-social behaviour. In J. G. Howells (Ed.), Modern perspectives in child psychiatry (pp. 523–533). London: Oliver & Boyd, 1965. Introduction published in [CW 10: Appendix 5].Google PreviewWorldCat Also published in Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 270–295, as ‘ “Mark” aet 12 years’). London: Hogarth, 1971. Published here as ‘ “Mark” aet 12 years’. [CW 10:3:15]Google PreviewWorldCat

Classification: Is there a psycho-analytic contribution to psychiatric classification? [1959, 1964]. In The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 124–139). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 5:5:5] (p. 87) Find this resource:

Cleopatra anamnesis [n.d.]. [CW 9:4:9]

A clinical approach to family problems: The family [1959]. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 54–56). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 5:5:27]Find this resource:

A clinical example of symptomatology following the birth of a sibling [1931]. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 97–101). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 1:2:22]Find this resource:

Clinical illustration of ‘The use of an object’ [1968]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 235–238, part of the chapter ‘The use of an object’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 8:2:29]Find this resource:

Clinical material on the theme of a male patient’s exploitation of his female self [1959]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 183–188, part of ‘Clinical Material [1959–1963]’ in the chapter ‘On the split-off male and female elements’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 5:5:26]Find this resource:

Clinical material: Theme of ‘Two’, also Theme of ‘Black’ [1965]. [CW 7:2:13]

Clinical material [1959–1963]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 183–188, in the chapter ‘On the split-off male and female elements’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. Published, in part, as ‘Clinical material on the theme of a male patient’s exploitation of his female self’ [1959] [CW 5:5:26]; and, in part, as ‘Further clinical material on the theme of a male patient’s exploitation of his female self’ [1963]. [CW 6:4:20]Find this resource:

Clinical notes on disorders of childhood. London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3]Find this resource:

Clinical regression compared with defense organization. In S. H. Eldred & M. Vanderpol (Eds.), Psychotherapy in the designed therapeutic milieu. International Psychiatry Clinics (Vol. 5). Boston: Little, Brown, 1968. Published here as ‘The concept of clinical regression compared with that of defence organization’. [CW 8:1:29]Find this resource:

A clinical study of the effect of a failure of the average expectable environment on a child’s mental functioning. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1965, 46, 81–87. Introduction published in [CW 10: Appendix 2]Google PreviewWorldCat Also published in Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 64–88, in part, as ‘ “Bob” aet 6 years’). London: Hogarth, 1971. Published here as ‘ “Bob” aet 6 years’. [CW 10:1:4]Google PreviewWorldCat

Clinical varieties of transference [1955]. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1956, 37, 386–388Google PreviewWorldCat, as ‘On transference’. Also published in Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 295–299). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 5:1:11]Google PreviewWorldCat

Close-up of mother feeding baby. In The ordinary devoted mother and her baby (pp. 27–31). London: C. A. Brock, 1949Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 38–42). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 45–49). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 9 November 1949, as ‘The baby at feeding time’. I. Benzie (Producer), How’s the baby? Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 3:4:28]Google PreviewWorldCat

Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis. London: Tavistock, 1958. Second edition with introduction by M. M. R. Khan. London: Hogarth and The Institute of Psycho-Analysis, 1975. [Not reprinted in this form in the Collected Works]Find this resource:

Commentary. V. Axline, Play therapy. (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1947) [1965]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 495–198). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 9:1:32] (p. 88) Find this resource:

Comment on obsessional neurosis and ‘Frankie’ [1965]. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1966, 47, 143–144Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnitcott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 158–160). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 7:2:10]Google PreviewWorldCat

Comment: Sandler, J., ‘Problems of research in psycho-analysis’ [1961]. [CW 6:2:12]

Comments on Joseph Sandler’s ‘On the concept of the superego’ (The psycho-analytic study of the child (Vol. 15) 1960)Google PreviewWorldCat. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 465–473). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 6:1:19]Google PreviewWorldCat

Comments on my paper ‘The use of an object’ [1968]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 238–240, part of the chapter ‘The use of an object’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 8:2:38]Find this resource:

Comments on the Report of the Committee on Punishment in Prisons and Borstals [1961]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 202–208). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 6:2:22]Find this resource:

Communicating and not communicating leading to a study of certain opposites [1963]. In The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 179–192). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 6:4:8]Find this resource:

Communication between infant and mother, and mother and infant, compared and contrasted. In W. G. Joffe (Ed.), What is psychoanalysis? (pp. 15–25). London: The Institute of Psycho-Analysis/Bailliere, Tindall & Cassell, 1968Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Babies and their mothers (pp. 89–103). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1987Google PreviewWorldCat; and Winnicott on the child (pp. 70–81). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. [CW 8:2:2]Google PreviewWorldCat

The concept of a healthy individual [1967]. In John D. Sutherland (Ed.), Towards community mental health (pp. 1–16). London: Tavistock, 1971Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 21–38). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986. [CW 8:1:4]Google PreviewWorldCat

The concept of clinical regression compared with that of defence organization [1967]. In S. H. Eldred & M. Vanderpol (Eds.), Psychotherapy in the designed therapeutic milieu. International Psychiatry Clinics (Vol. 5, pp. 193–199, as ‘Clinical regression compared with defense organization’). Boston: Little, Brown, 1968Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 193–199). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 8:1:29]Google PreviewWorldCat

The concept of the false self [1964]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd, & M. Davis, Eds, Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 65–70). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986. [CW 7:1:1]Find this resource:

The concept of trauma in relation to the development of the individual within the family [1965]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 130–148). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 7:2:7]Find this resource:

Considerations in the study of homosexuality [1963]. [CW 6:4:4]

Contemporary concepts of adolescent development and their implications for higher education [1968]. Proceedings of the British Student Health Association, 1969, in part, as ‘Changing patterns: The young person, the family and society’. Also published in Pediatrics, 1969, 44 (as ‘Adolescent process and the need for personal confrontation’, part of the section ‘Death and murder in the adolescent process’); and Playing and reality (pp. 138–150). London: Tavistock, 1971Google PreviewWorldCat; and C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & (p. 89) M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 150–166, as ‘Adolescent immaturity’). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986. [CW 9:3:9]Google PreviewWorldCat

The contribution of psycho-analysis to midwifery. Nursing Mirror, May 1957. Also published in The family and individual development (pp. 106–113). London: Tavistock, 1965Google PreviewWorldCat; and C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Babies and their mothers (pp. 69–81). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1987Google PreviewWorldCat; and Winnicott on the child (pp. 56–64). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. [CW 5:3:15]Google PreviewWorldCat

Contribution to a discussion on enuresis. In Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1936, 29, 1522–1524Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 151–156). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 1:4:9]Google PreviewWorldCat

Contribution to a symposium on envy and jealousy [1969]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 462–464, in the chapter ‘Melanie Klein: On her concept of envy’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 9:1:8]Find this resource:

Contribution to conference at Dartington Hall. In M. Ash (Ed.), Who are the progressives now? (pp. 165–170). London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969. Published here as ‘Do progressive schools give too much freedom to the child?’ [CW 7:2:5]Find this resource:

Contribution to ‘The final number’. Case Conference, 1970, 16(12). [CW 9:2:5]Find this resource:

Convulsions, fits. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 157–171). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3:17]Find this resource:

Correspondence with a magistrate. First published in New Era in Home and School, 1944, 25, 7–8Google PreviewWorldCat, as ‘The magistrate, the psychiatrist and the clinic’. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 166–170). Published here as ‘Letter to Roger North’. [CW 2:6:1]Google PreviewWorldCat

Countertransference [1959]. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1960, 33(1), 17–21Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 158–168). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 5:5:20]Google PreviewWorldCat

Creativity and its origins. In Playing and reality (pp. 68–85). London: Tavistock, 1971. [CW 9:3:7]. Includes ‘The split-off male and female elements to be found in men and women’.Find this resource:

Critical notice. British Journal of Medical Psychology, March 1951, 24. Published here as ‘Review: Milner, M., On not being able to paint’. [CW 3:6:15]Find this resource:

Cure [1970]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 112–120). Harmondsworth: Penguin 1986. [CW 9:2:8]Find this resource:

The day-dreamer (short story) [n.d., ca. 1950s–1960s]. [CW 9:4:2]

Day dreaming. Your Child, 1970, 2. [CW 9:2:14]Find this resource:

Deductions drawn from a psychotherapeutic interview with an adolescent. In Report of the 20th Child Guidance Inter-Clinic Conference, 1964. London: The National Association for Mental Health, 1964Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 325–340). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 7:1:5]Google PreviewWorldCat

Prison Service Journal7Delinquency as a sign of hope [1967]. , 1968, . Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 90–100). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986. [CW 8:1:8]Find this resource:

Delinquency: Continued [ca. 1930s]. [CW 2:1:9] (p. 90)

Delinquency research. New Era in Home and School, 1943, 24. [CW 2:5:2]Find this resource:

The delinquent and habitual offender [ca. 1939]. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 51–53). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 2:1:3]Find this resource:

Dependence in infant-care, in child-care, and in the psycho-analytic setting [1962]. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1963, 44, 339–344Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 249–259). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 6:3:9]Google PreviewWorldCat

Dependence in child care. Your Child, 1970, 2, as ‘Dependence’. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Babies and their mothers (pp. 83–88). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1987Google PreviewWorldCat; and Winnicott on the child (pp. 65–69). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. [CW 9:2:15]Google PreviewWorldCat

The depressive position in normal emotional development [1954]. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1955, 28(2–3), 89–100Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 262–277). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 4:3:5]Google PreviewWorldCat

Deprivation and delinquency (C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis, Eds.). London: Tavistock, 1984. [Not reprinted in this form in the Collected Works]Find this resource:

The deprived child and how he can be compensated for loss of family life [1950]. In The family and individual development. London: Tavistock, 1965. [CW 3:5:10]Find this resource:

The deprived mother [1939]. New Era in Home and School, 1940, 21(3)Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 75–82). London: Tavistock, 1957)Google PreviewWorldCat; and C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 31–38). London: Tavistock, 1984Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 1939. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 2:1:4]Google PreviewWorldCat

The development of a child’s sense of right and wrong [1962]. In C. Winnicott, C. Bollas, M. Davis & R. Shepherd (Eds.), Talking to parents (pp. 105–110). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1993Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Winnicott on the child (pp. 167–170). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 11 June 1962 as ‘The first five years: 11. The development of a child’s sense of right and wrong’. S. Waterhouse (Producer), Parents and children. Network Three. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 6:3:4]Google PreviewWorldCat

The development of the capacity for concern [1962]. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 1963, 27Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 73–82). London: Hogarth, 1965Google PreviewWorldCat; and C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 100–105). London: Tavistock, 1984Google PreviewWorldCat; and Winnicott on the child (pp. 215–220). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. [CW 6:3:11]Google PreviewWorldCat

Development of the theme of the mother’s unconscious as discovered in psycho-analytic practice [1969]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 247–250). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 9:1:15]Find this resource:

The diagnosis of chorea. Postgraduate Medical Journal, 1929, 4(45), 147–153. [CW 1:2:16]Find this resource:

Die volle Nutzung der ersten Behandlungsstunde. In G. Bierman (Ed.), Handbuch der Kinderpsychotherapie (pp. 269–277). München/Basel: Ernst Reinhardt Verlag, 1968. Includes ‘ “Eliza” aet 7½ years’. See also ‘The squiggle game’.Find this resource:

Discussion: Alger, I., ‘The clinical handling of the analyst’s response’. Psychoanalytic Forum, 1966, 1. [CW 7:3:36] (p. 91) Find this resource:

Discussion: Auden, G. A., ‘The difficult child’ (The Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health, March 1929, 50, 157–164). Journal of State Medicine, 1934, 42, 628–630. [CW 1:4:4]Find this resource:

Discussion: ‘Grief and mourning in infancy’ by John Bowlby (The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 1960, 15) [1959]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 426–432). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 5:5:17]Find this resource:

Discussion of war aims [1940]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis, (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 210–220). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986. [CW 2:2:3]Find this resource:

Discussion on ocular psychoneuroses. Transactions of the Ophthalmological Society of the United Kingdom, 1944 64, 46–52. Published here as ‘Ocular psychoneuroses of childhood’. [CW 2:6:15]Find this resource:

Discussion sur la contribution de l’observation directe de l’enfant à la psychanalyse. Revue Française de Psychanalyse, 1958, 22. Published here as ‘On the contribution of direct child observation to psycho-analysis’. [CW 5:3:21]Find this resource:

Disease of the nervous system. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 129–142). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3:14]Find this resource:

Disorders of childhood. The Journal of the Royal Institute of Public Health and Hygiene, 1948, 11(7), 244. [CW 3:3:8]Find this resource:

Dissociation revealed in a therapeutic consultation. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 256–282). London: Tavistock, 1984Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in R. Slovenko (Ed.), Crime, law and corrections (pp. 102–130, as ‘A psychoanalytic view of the antisocial tendency’). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 1966. Published here as ‘Dissociation revealed in a therapeutic consultation’. [CW 7:2:21] Includes ‘ “Ada” aet 8 years’.Google PreviewWorldCat

Ditty on Enoch Powell, in a letter to Peter Tizard [ca. 1968]. In F. R. Rodman (Ed.), Winnicott: Life and work (p. 393). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2003. [CW 9:4:13]Find this resource:

A doctor looks at the psychiatric social worker [1943]. [CW 2:5:1]

Do progressive schools give too much freedom to the child? [1965]. In M. Ash (Ed.), Who are the progressives now? (pp. 165–170, as ‘Contribution to conference at Dartington Hall’). London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 209–213, together with ‘Notes made in the train’, as part of the chapter ‘Do progressive schools give too much freedom to the child?’). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 7:2:5]Google PreviewWorldCat

Dreaming, fantasying and living: A case-history describing a primary dissociation. In Playing and reality (pp. 26–37). London: Tavistock, 1971. [CW 9:3:6]Find this resource:

D. W. W. on D. W. W. [1967]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 569–582, as ‘Postscript: D. W. W. on D. W. W.’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 8:1:2]Find this resource:

D. W. W.’s dream related to reviewing Jung [1963]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 228–230, part of the chapter ‘The use of an object’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 6:4:15]Find this resource:

Dynamic psychiatry and the G.P. British Medical Journal, 1967, 3(5557). Published here as ‘Review: Clyne, M. B., Absent: School refusal as an expression of disturbed family relationships’. [CW 8:1:15] (p. 92) Find this resource:

Early disillusion [1939]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 21–23). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 2:1:5]Find this resource:

Educational diagnosis. National Froebel Foundation Bulletin, 1946, 41, 3Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 29–34). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 205–210). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. [CW 3:1:2]Google PreviewWorldCat

The effect of loss on the young [1968]. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 46–47). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 8:2:12]Find this resource:

The effect of psychosis on family life [1960]. In The family and individual development (pp. 61–68). London: Tavistock, 1965. [CW 6:1:6]Find this resource:

The effect of psychotic parents on the emotional development of the child [1959]. British Journal of Psychiatric Social Work, 1961, 6(1), 13–20Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The family and individual development (pp. 69–78). London: Tavistock, 1965. [CW 5:5:21]Google PreviewWorldCat

Ego distortion in terms of true and false self [1960]. In The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 140–152). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 6:1:22]Find this resource:

Ego integration in child development [1962]. In The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 56–63). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 6:3:19]Find this resource:

Eine Kinderbeobachtung. Psyche, 1967, 21. Published here as ‘A tribute on the occasion of Willi Hoffer’s seventieth birthday’. [CW 8:1:11]Find this resource:

Eine Verbindung zwischen Kinderheilkunde und Kinderpsychologie, klinische Betrachtungen. Dynamische Psychiatrie, 1969, 2. Published here as ‘A link between paediatrics and child psychology: Clinical observations’. [CW 8:2:14]Find this resource:

‘Eliza’ aet 7½ years. In Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 42–63). London: Hogarth, 1971Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in G. Biermann (Ed.), Handbuch der Kinderpsychotherapie (pp. 269–277, as part of ‘Die volle Nutzung der ersten Behandlungsstunde. Beitrag zu Problemen der Kinderanalyse’ or ‘Meeting the challenge of the case’). München/Basel: Ernst Reinhardt Verlag, 1968Google PreviewWorldCat; and, in part, in Voices: The Art and Science of Psycho-therapy, 1968, 4, 98–112 (as part of the chapter ‘The squiggle game’); and in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 299–317, as ‘Case of L’, part of the chapter ‘The squiggle game’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. Published here as ‘ “Eliza” aet 7½ years’. [CW 10:1:3].Google PreviewWorldCat

Encephalitis after measles and chicken-pox. In Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1928, 21(4), 567. [CW 1:2:9]Find this resource:

The end of the digestive process. In The ordinary devoted mother and her baby (pp. 17–21). London: C. A. Brock, 1949Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 28–32). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 40–44). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 26 October 1949, as ‘The passing of excretions’. I. Benzie (Producer), How’s the baby? Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 3:4:26]Google PreviewWorldCat

Enuresis [abstract] [1929]. In Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1930, 23(3), 255–256. [CW 1:2:17]Find this resource:

Enuresis: Notes for a lecture to the Tavistock Children’s Department [n.d., ca. 1949]. [CW 3:4:36] (p. 93)

Environmental health in infancy [1967]. Maternal and Child Care, 1968, 4Google PreviewWorldCat, in part, as ‘Infant feeding and emotional development’. Also published in R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 39–41, in part, as ‘The bearing of emotional development on feeding problems’ [1967]). London: Karnac, 1996Google PreviewWorldCat. First published in this form in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Babies and their mothers (pp. 59–68). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1987Google PreviewWorldCat; and then in Winnicott on the child (pp. 49–55). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. [CW 8:1:6]Google PreviewWorldCat

Environmental needs; the early stages; total dependence and essential independence [1948]. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 29–36). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 3:3:13]Find this resource:

Envy: A male patient near the end of his analysis [1961]. Part of ‘The beginnings of a formulation of an appreciation and criticism of Klein’s envy statement’. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 447–457, part of the chapter ‘Melanie Klein: On her concept of envy’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 6:2:21]Find this resource:

The evacuated child [1945]. In The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 83–87). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 39–43). London: Tavistock, 1984Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 16 February 1945. J. Quigley & D. Bridgman (Producers), Difficult children. Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 2:7:2]Google PreviewWorldCat

Evacuation of small children. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 14–21)Google PreviewWorldCat. Published, in part, in a letter to the British Medical Journal (W. J. Bowlby & E. Miller), 16 December 1939, titled, ‘Evacuation of small children’ [CW 2:1:6]. Published here as ‘Children and their mothers’. [CW 2:2:2].Google PreviewWorldCat

Evidence given to the Home Office Committee on Children’s Homes [1945]. [CW 2:7:9]

Excitement in the aetiology of coronary thrombosis [1957]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 34–38). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 5:3:29]Find this resource:

Facial nerve paralysis, associated with fits. In Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1928, 21(4), 566. [CW 1:2:8]Find this resource:

Facial nerve paralysis. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1928, 21(4), 565–566. [CW 1:2:7]Find this resource:

The family affected by depressive illness in one or both parents [1958]. In The family and individual development (pp. 50–60). London: Tavistock, 1965. [CW 5:4:17]Find this resource:

The family and emotional maturity [1960]. In The family and individual development (pp. 88–94). London: Tavistock, 1965Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Winnicott on the child (pp. 207–214). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. [CW 6:1:17]Google PreviewWorldCat

The family and individual development. London: Tavistock, 1965. (Second edition, with an introduction by Martha Nussbaum). London and New York: Routledge Classics, 2006. [Not reprinted in this form in the Collected Works]Find this resource:

The fate of the transitional object [1959]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 53–58). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 5:5:22]Find this resource:

Fear of breakdown [ca. 1963–1964]. International Review of Psychoanalysis, 1974, 1, 103–108Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 87–95). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 6:4:21] (p. 94) Google PreviewWorldCat

Feeling guilty [1960]. In C. Winnicott, C. Bollas, M. Davis & R. Shepherd (Eds.), Talking to parents (pp. 95–103). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1993Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Winnicott on the child (pp. 160–166). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 13 March 1961, as ‘Guilt feelings in young mothers. A discussion with Clare Rayner’. E. Crowther (Producer), Parents and children. Network Three. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 6:2:6]Google PreviewWorldCat

Fidgetiness. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 87–97). London: Heinemann, 1931Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 22–30). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 1:3:11]Google PreviewWorldCat

First experiments in independence [1955]. In The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 131–136). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 167–172). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. [CW 5:1:20]Google PreviewWorldCat

The first year of life: Modern views on the emotional development. Medical Press, March 1958Google PreviewWorldCat, as ‘Modern views on the emotional development in the first year of life’. Also published in The family and individual development (pp. 3–14). London: Tavistock, 1965. [CW 5:4:6]Google PreviewWorldCat

The five-year-old [1962]. In The family and individual development (pp. 34–39). London: Tavistock, 1965Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, C. Bollas, M. Davis & R. Shepherd (Eds.), Talking to parents (pp. 111–120, as ‘Now they are five’). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1993Google PreviewWorldCat; and Winnicott on the child (pp. 171–177, as ‘Now they are five’). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 25 June 1962, under the title ‘The first five years: 13. Now they are five’. S. Waterhouse (Producer), Parents and children. Network Three. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 6:3:6]Google PreviewWorldCat

For stepparents [1955]. In C. Winnicott, C. Bollas, M. Davis & R. Shepherd (Eds.), Talking to parents (pp. 7–13). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1993Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Winnicott on the child (pp. 99–103). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast in three parts, 7–9 June 1955, I. Benzie (Producer), Woman’s hour. Light Programme. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 5:1:10]Google PreviewWorldCat

Foreword. Briance, P., Childbirth with confidence [n.d., ca. 1959–1971]. London: Dick-Read School for Natural Birth, 1982. [CW 5:5:24]Find this resource:

Foreword. The case as the patient sees it: Psycho-analysis [1957]. London: National Association of Mental Health, 1958. [CW 5:3:17]Find this resource:

Foreword. Dockar-Drysdale, B., Therapy in child care. In Collected papers: Vol. 3. Therapy in child care (pp. ix–x). London: Longman, 1968. [CW 8:2:45]Find this resource:

Foreword. Gardner, D. E. M., Susan Isaacs (pp. 5–6). London: Methuen, 1969Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 387–389). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 8:2:22]Google PreviewWorldCat

Foreword. Malleson, J. Graham, Any wife or any husband (2nd ed.). London: Heinemann, 1955. [CW 5:1:19]Find this resource:

Foreword. Milner, M., The hands of the living God [1967]. London: Hogarth, 1969. [CW 8:1:12]Find this resource:

Foreword. Tod, R. J. N. (Ed.), Disturbed children (pp. vii–viii). London: Longman, 1968. [CW 8:2:8]Find this resource:

Foreword. Torrie, M., The widow’s child. Richmond, Surrey, UK: Cruse Club, 1964. [CW 7:1:12]Find this resource:

The foundation of mental health. British Medical Journal, 16 June 1951, 1(4719), 1373–1374Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 168–171). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 3:6:4] (p. 95) Google PreviewWorldCat

Found objects and waifs [n.d.]. [CW 9:4:7]

Fragment of an analysis [1955]. A. Flarsheim (Ed.). In Peter L. Giovacchini (Ed.), Tactics and techniques in psychoanalytic therapy (pp. 455–693) London: Hogarth, 1972. Published here as ‘Holding and interpretation: Fragment of an analysis’. [CW 4:4:1]Find this resource:

Fragments concerning varieties of clinical confusion [1956]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 30–33). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 5:2:4]Find this resource:

Freedom [ca. 1969]. Nouvelle Revue de Psychanalyse, 1984, 30Google PreviewWorldCat, as ‘Liberté’. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 228–232). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986. [CW 9:1:16]Google PreviewWorldCat

From dependence towards independence in the development of the individual [1963]. In The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 83–92). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 6:4:11]Find this resource:

Funeral address for Ernest Jones. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1958, 39, 305–306Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 405–407). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 5:4:3]Google PreviewWorldCat

Further clinical illustration of ‘The use of an object’ [1968]. [CW 8:2:30]

Further clinical material on the theme of a male patient’s exploitation of his female self [1963]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 183–188, as part of ‘Clinical Material [1959–1963]’, in the chapter ‘On the split-off male and female elements’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 6:4:20]Find this resource:

Further thoughts on babies as persons. In The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 134–140). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 85–92). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. [CW 3:2:4]. See also ‘Babies as persons’.Google PreviewWorldCat

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Getting to know your baby. Broadcast 14 November 1945. I. Benzie (Producer), The new baby. Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation, 14 November 1945. [CW 12:3:4b]Find this resource:

Group influences and the maladjusted child: The school aspect. [1955]. In The family and individual development (pp. 146–154). London: Tavistock, 1965Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 189–199). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 5:1:9]Google PreviewWorldCat

Growing pains. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 76–80). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3:9]Find this resource:

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Hate in the countertransference [1947]. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1949, 30, 69–74Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 194–203). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 3:2:1]Google PreviewWorldCat

Health education through broadcasting. Mother and Child, 1957, 28Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, C. Bollas, M. Davis & R. Shepherd (Eds.), Talking to parents (pp. 1–6). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1993Google PreviewWorldCat; and Winnicott on the child (pp. 95–98). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. [CW 5:3:31]Google PreviewWorldCat

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‘Hesta’ aet 16 years. In Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 176–193). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10:2:11]Find this resource:

History-taking. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 7–21). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3:1]Find this resource:

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Home again [1945]. In The child and the outside world (pp. 93–97). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 49–53). London: Tavistock, 1984. Broadcast 22 June 1945. J. Quigley & D. Bridgman (Producers), Health Magazine. Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 2:7:7]Google PreviewWorldCat

Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis, Eds.). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986. [Not reprinted in this form in the Collected Works]Find this resource:

Hospital care supplementing intensive psychotherapy in adolescence [1963]. In The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 242–248). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 6:4:13]Find this resource:

Human nature (C. Bollas, M. Davis & R. Shepherd, Eds.). London: Free Association Books, 1988. [CW 11:1]Find this resource:

Human relations. Physiotherapy, 1969, 55. Published here as ‘Physiotherapy and human relations’. [CW 9:1:14]Find this resource:

Ideas and definitions [n.d., ca. early 1950s]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 43–44). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 9:4:1] (p. 97) Find this resource:

‘Iiro’ aet 9 years 9 months, Case 1. In Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 12–27). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10:1:1]Find this resource:

The importance of the setting in meeting regression in psycho-analysis [1964]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 96–102). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 7:1:9]Find this resource:

The impulse to steal [1949]. In The child and the outside world (pp. 176–180). London: Tavistock, 1957. [CW 3:4:34]Find this resource:

Individuation [1970]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 284–288). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 9:2:10]Find this resource:

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Infant feeding [1944]. New Era in Home and School, 1945, 26Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Getting to know your baby (pp. 12–16). London: Heinemann, 1945Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 18–22). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 30–34). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. [CW 2:6:13]Google PreviewWorldCat

Infant feeding and emotional development. Maternal and Child Care, 1968, 4. Published here, together with ‘The bearing of emotional development on feeding problems’, as ‘Environmental health in infancy’. [CW 8:1:6]Find this resource:

The innate morality of the baby. In The ordinary devoted mother and her baby (pp. 38–42). London: C. A. Brock, 1949Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 59–63). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 93–97). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. Broadcast 23 November 1949, as ‘Problems of management: Training babies’ [CW 12:3:4c].Google PreviewWorldCat I. Benzie (Producer), How’s the baby? Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 3:4:30]Google PreviewWorldCat

Instincts and normal difficulties [1950]. In The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 74–78). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 98–102). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 29 March 1950, as ‘Symptoms of illness’. I. Benzie (Producer), How’s the baby? Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 3:5:15]Google PreviewWorldCat

Integrative and disruptive factors in family life [1957]. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 84(15), 814–815Google PreviewWorldCat, 15 April 1961, as ‘Integrating and disruptive factors in family life’. Also published in The family and individual development (pp. 40–49). London: Tavistock, 1965. [CW 5:3:26]Google PreviewWorldCat

Interpretation in psycho-analysis [1968]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 207–212). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 8:2:6]Find this resource:

Interrelating in terms of cross-identification. Revista de Psicoanálisis, 1968, 25Google PreviewWorldCat (as ‘La interrelación en términos de identificaciones cruzadas’). Published in Playing and reality (pp. 129–137, part of the chapter ‘Interrelating apart from instinctual drive and in terms of cross-identifications’). London: Tavistock, 1971. [CW 9:3:8]Google PreviewWorldCat

Interrelating apart from instinctual drive and in terms of cross-identifications. In Playing and reality (pp. 119–137). London: Tavistock, 1971. [CW 9:3:8]Find this resource:

Introduction. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 1–6). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3] (p. 98) Find this resource:

Introduction. In The ordinary devoted mother and her baby (pp. 3–6). London: C. A. Brock, 1949. Published here as ‘A man looks at motherhood’. [CW 3:4:23]Find this resource:

Introduction. In Playing and reality (pp. xi–xiii). London: Tavistock, 1971. [CW 9:3:4]Find this resource:

Introduction. In The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 9–11). Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1964. [CW 7:1:17]Find this resource:

Introduction. In The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 9–10). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 7:2:24]Find this resource:

Introduction to a symposium on the psycho-analytic contribution to the theory of shock therapy [1944]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 525–528, part of the chapter ‘Physical therapy of mental disorder: Convulsion therapy’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 2:6:6]Find this resource:

‘Jason’ aet 8 years 9 months. In Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 344–379). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10:3:20]Find this resource:

Jealousy [1960]. In C. Winnicott, C. Bollas, M. Davis & R. Shepherd (Eds.), Talking to parents (pp. 41–64). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1993Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Winnicott on the child (pp. 122–138). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. Broadcast as parts 4–7 of ‘The ordinary devoted mother and her children’, 15, 22, 29 February and 7 March 1960, I. Benzie & E. Brewer (Producers), Parents and children. Network Three. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 6:1:4]Google PreviewWorldCat

Kinds of psychological effect of shock therapy [1944]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 529–533, part of the chapter ‘Physical therapy of mental disorder: Convulsion therapy’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 2:6:7]Find this resource:

Knowing and learning [1950]. In The child and the family (pp. 69–73). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Babies and their mothers (pp. 15–21). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1987Google PreviewWorldCat; and Winnicott on the child (pp. 19–23). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 22 March 1950, as ‘Knowing and learning how to be a mother’. I. Benzie (Producer), How’s the baby? Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 3:5:14]Google PreviewWorldCat

Knowing and not knowing: A clinical example [n.d.]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 24–25). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 9:4:4]Find this resource:

La interrelación en términos de identificaciones cruzadas. Revista de Psicoanálisis, 1968, 25. Published here as ‘Interrelating in terms of cross identifications’, part of the chapter ‘Interrelating apart from instinctual drive and in terms of cross-identifications’. [CW 9:3:8]Find this resource:

La schizophrénie infantile en termes d’échec d’adaption. Recherches, 1968 (special issue ‘Enfance aliénée’, 2). Published here as ‘The aetiology of infantile schzophrenia in terms of adaptive failure’. [CW 8:1:25]Find this resource:

Le corps et le self. Nouvelle Revue de Psychanalyse, 1971, 3. Published here as ‘Basis for self in body’. [CW 9:2:12]Find this resource:

Leucotomy. British Medical Student’s Journal, 1949, 3. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.) Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 543–547, part of the chapter ‘Physical therapy of mental disorder: Leucotomy’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 3:4:21] (p. 99) Find this resource:

Liberté. Nouvelle Revue de Psychanalyse, 1984, 30. Published here as ‘Freedom’. [CW 9:1:16]Find this resource:

‘Lily’ aet 5 years. In Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 342–343). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10:3:19]Find this resource:

A link between paediatrics and child psychology: Clinical observations [1968]. Dynamische Psychiatrie, 1969, 2Google PreviewWorldCat, as ‘Eine Verbindung zwischen Kinderheilkunde und Kinderpsychologie, klinische Betrachtungen’. Also published in R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 255–276). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 8:2:14]Google PreviewWorldCat

Living creatively [1970]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 39–54). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986. [CW 9:2:11]Find this resource:

The location of cultural experience [1966]. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1967, 48, 368–372Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Playing and reality (pp. 95–103). London: Tavistock, 1971. [CW 7:3:31]Google PreviewWorldCat

Looking forward to your baby’s arrival. Broadcast 10 October 1945. I. Benzie (Producer), The New Baby. Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 12:3:4a]Find this resource:

The magistrate, the psychiatrist and the clinic. New Era in Home and School, 1944, 24, 7–8Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 166–170, as part of the chapter ‘Correspondence with a magistrate’). Published here as ‘Letter to Roger North’. [CW 2:6:1]Google PreviewWorldCat

The manic defence [1935]. In Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 129–144). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 1:4:6]Find this resource:

A man looks at motherhood [1949]. In The ordinary devoted mother and her baby (pp. 3–6, ‘Introduction’). London: C. A. Brock, 1949Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 3–6, ‘Introduction’). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 15–18). Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1964. [CW 3:4:23]Google PreviewWorldCat

‘Mark’ aet 12 years. In Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 270–295). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10:3:15]. See also ‘Child therapy: A case of anti-social behaviour’.Find this resource:

Masturbation. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 183–190). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3:19]Find this resource:

‘Matti’, aet 12 years: A therapeutic consultation [1961]. [CW 6:2:15]

The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development. London: Hogarth, 1965. [Not reprinted in this form in the Collected Works]Find this resource:

Measles encephalitis. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1929, 22(9), 1247–1248. [CW 1:2:14]Find this resource:

Meeting the challenge of the case in child psychiatry. See ‘The squiggle game’.

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Mental defect. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 152–156). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3:16]Find this resource:

Mental hygiene of the pre-school child [1936]. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 59–76). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 1:4:9]Find this resource:

The mentally ill in your caseload. In J. F. S. King (Ed.), New thinking for changing needs (pp. 50–66). London: The Association of Social Workers, 1963Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 217–229). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 6:4:5]Google PreviewWorldCat

Metapsychological and clinical aspects of regression within the psychoanalytical set-up [1954]. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1955, 36, 16–26Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 278–294). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 4:3:6]Google PreviewWorldCat

Micturition disturbances. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 172–182). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3:18]Find this resource:

‘Milton’ aet 8 years. In Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 194–214). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10:2:12] See also ‘A psychotherapeutic consultation in child psychiatry: A comparative study of the dynamic processes’.Find this resource:

Mind and its relation to the psyche-soma [1949]. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1954, 27(4), 201–209Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 243–254). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 3:4:20]Google PreviewWorldCat

Mirror-role of mother and family in child development. In P. Lomas (Ed.), The predicament of the family: A psychoanalytical symposium (pp. 26–33). London: Hogarth, 1967Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Playing and reality (pp. 111–118). London: Tavistock, 1971. [CW 8:1:38]Google PreviewWorldCat

Modern views on the emotional development in the first year of life. Medical Press, March 1958. Published here as ‘Modern views on the emotional development in the first year of life’. [CW 5:4:6]Find this resource:

Moon landing (Poem) [1969]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd, M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 208–209). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986Google PreviewWorldCat, part of ‘The pill and the moon’. Also published, in part, in F. Robert Rodman (Ed.), Winnicott: Life and work (pp. 416–417). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2003. [CW 9:1:18]Google PreviewWorldCat

Morals and education [1962]. In W. R. Niblett (Ed.), Moral education in a changing society (pp. 96–111, as ‘The young child at home and at school’). London: Faber, 1963Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 93–105). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 6:3:18]Google PreviewWorldCat

The mother-infant experience of mutuality [1969]. In E. J. Anthony & T. Benedek (Eds.), Parenthood: Its psychology and psychopathology (pp. 245–256). Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1970Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 251–260). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 9:1:28]Google PreviewWorldCat

The mother’s contribution to society. In The child and the family (pp. 141–144, as ‘Postscript: The mother’s contribution to society’). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start (p. 101) from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 123–127). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986Google PreviewWorldCat; and Winnicott on the child (pp. 202–206). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. [CW 5:3:30]Google PreviewWorldCat

Mother’s madness appearing in the clinical material as an ego-alien factor [1969]. In P. L. Giovacchini (Ed.), Tactics and techniques in psychoanalytic therapy (pp. 405–413). London: Hogarth, 1972Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 375–382). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 9:1:29]Google PreviewWorldCat

Mother, teacher and the child’s needs (with other members of the joint WHO-UNESCO expert group). First published in Problems in education (Vol. 9). New York: UNESCO, 1953Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 14–23, as ‘The child’s needs and the role of the mother in the early stages’). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 189–198). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. [CW 4:2:20]Google PreviewWorldCat

‘Mrs X’ aet 30 years. In Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 332–341). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10:3:18]Find this resource:

Muscle weakness, altered gait and absent deep reflexes after measles. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1928, 21(7), 1259. [CW 1:2:10]Find this resource:

Needs of the under-fives. Nursery Journal, 1954, 44Google PreviewWorldCat, as ‘The needs of the under-fives in a changing society’. Also published in The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 3–13). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat, as ‘Needs of the under-fives in a changing society’; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 179–188). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. [CW 4:3:18]Google PreviewWorldCat

The neonate and his mother. Acta Paediatrica Latina, 1964, 17Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Babies and their mothers (pp. 35–49). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1987Google PreviewWorldCat; and Winnicott on the child (pp. 32–42, as ‘The newborn and his mother’). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. [CW 7:1:4]Google PreviewWorldCat

The newborn and his mother. In Winnicott on the child (pp. 32–42). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. Published here as ‘The neonate and his mother’. [CW 7:1:4]Find this resource:

New light on children’s thinking [1965]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 152–157). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 7:2:1]Find this resource:

The niffle [n.d.]. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 104–109). London: Karnac, 1996 (pp. 104–109). [CW 9:4:10]Find this resource:

The night attack. The Fortnightly (The Leys School, Cambridge), 13 February 1914. [CW 1:1:6]Find this resource:

The non-pharmacological treatment of psychosis in childhood [1967]. In H. Stutte & H. Harbauer (Eds.), Concilium paedopsychiatricum. Proceedings of the 3rd European Congress of Paedopsychiatry, Wiesbaden, 4–9 May 1967. Basel/New York: S. Karger, 1968. [CW 8:1:9]Find this resource:

The nose and throat. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 38–41). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3:4]Find this resource:

Note of contribution (25th International Psycho-Analytical Congress Symposium on Child Analysis and Paediatrics, Copenhagen, 1967) [1967]. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1968, 49, 279. Published here as part of the headnote to ‘ “Iiro” aet 9 years 9 months’. [CW 10:Appendix 1] (p. 102) Find this resource:

A note on a case involving envy [1963]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 76–78). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 6:4:3]Find this resource:

Note on infant observation [n.d., after 1957]. [CW 9:4:6]

A note on normality and anxiety. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 98–121). London: Heinemann, 1931Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 3–21). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 1:3:12]Google PreviewWorldCat

A note on regression and reassurance [1955]. [CW 5:1:21]

A note on temperature and the importance of charts. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 32–37). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3:3]Find this resource:

A note on the mother-foetus relationship [n.d., ca. 1960s]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 161–162). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 9:4:11]Find this resource:

Notes for a discussion on technique in analysis of psychotics [n.d.]. [CW 9:4:3]

Notes for the Vienna Congress [1971]. In J. Abram (Ed.), Donald Winnicott today (pp. 302–330), as ‘D. W. W.’s notes on the Vienna Congress 1971: A consideration of Winnicott’s theory of aggression and an interpretation of the clinical implications’. London: Routledge, 2013. [CW 9:3:12]Find this resource:

Notes made in the train [1965]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 214–219, as part of the chapter ‘Do progressive schools give too much freedom to the child?’). London: Tavistock, 1984Google PreviewWorldCat. Part 2 published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 231–233, as ‘Notes made on the train, Part 2’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 7:2:6]Google PreviewWorldCat

Notes made on the train [1965]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 231–233)Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published as Part 2 of ‘Notes made in the train’, in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 214–219, part of the chapter ‘Do progressive schools give too much freedom to the child?’). Published here as Part 2 of ‘Notes made in the train’. [CW 7:2:6]Google PreviewWorldCat

Notes on adolescence [ca. 1956]. [CW 5:2:17]

Notes on a little boy. New Era in Home and School, 1938, 19Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 102–103). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 1:4:16]Google PreviewWorldCat

Notes on play [n.d.]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 59–63). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 9:4:8]Find this resource:

Notes on the discussion held on Dr Winnicott’s paper ‘The birth trauma’ [1949]. [CW 3:4:11]

Notes on the general implications of leucotomy [1951]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 548–552, part of the chapter ‘Physical therapy of mental disorder: Leucotomy’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 3:6:14]Find this resource:

Notes on the time factor in treatment [1961]. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 231–234). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 6:2:11]Find this resource:

Notes on withdrawal and regression [1965]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 149–151). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. Published as part of ‘Case notes for a psychoanalytic seminar: Withdrawal, regression, male identification’. [CW 7:2:19] (p. 103) Find this resource:

Nothing at the centre [1959]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 49–52). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 5:5:10]Find this resource:

Not less than everything [extracts] [ca. 1968–1971]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 1–18). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989 (Reprinted from C. Winnicott (Ed.), ‘D. W. W.: A Reflection’). [CW 9:3:11]Find this resource:

Now they are five. In C. Winnicott, C. Bollas, M. Davis & R. Shepherd (Eds.), Talking to parents (pp. 111–120). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1993Google PreviewWorldCat; and Winnicott on the child (pp. 171–177). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. Published here as ‘The five-year-old’. [CW 6:3:6]Google PreviewWorldCat

Obituary: Friedmann, Oscar. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1959, 40, 247–248. [CW 5:5:25]Find this resource:

Obituary: Isaacs, Susan. Nature, 1948, 163. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 385–387). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 3:3:11]Find this resource:

Obituary: Jones, Ernest. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1958, 39, 298–303Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 393–404). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 5:4:21]Google PreviewWorldCat

Obituary: Klein, Melanie. British Medical Journal, 1 October, 1960, 2(5204), 1026. [CW 6:1:15]Find this resource:

Obituary: Strachey, James. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1969, 50, 129–131Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 506–510). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 8:1:14]Google PreviewWorldCat

Obituary: Wilson, Ambrose Cyril. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1958, 39, 617. [CW 5:4:22]Find this resource:

Observations of infant behaviour during routine clinical examination [abstract]. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 1943, 18, 156. Published here as a footnote to ‘The observation of infants in a set situation’. [CW 2:3:6 (footnote i)]Find this resource:

The observation of infants in a set situation. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1941, 22, 229–249Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 52–69). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 2:3:6]Google PreviewWorldCat

Ocular psychoneuroses of childhood. Transactions of the Ophthalmological Society of the United Kingdom, 1944 64, 46–52Google PreviewWorldCat, as ‘Discussion on ocular psychoneuroses’. Also published in Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 85–90). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 2:6:15]Google PreviewWorldCat

On adoption. In The child and the family (pp. 127–130). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 23 February 1955, as ‘Homeless children and childless homes’. I. Benzie (Producer), Woman’s hour. Light Programme. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 5:1:2]Google PreviewWorldCat

On cardiac neurosis in children [1966]. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children. London: Karnac, 1996 (pp. 179–188). [CW 7:3:16]Find this resource:

On envy. Case Conference, 1959, 5. Published here as ‘Review: Klein, M., Envy and gratitude’. [CW 5:5:1]Find this resource:

On influencing and being influenced. New Era in Home and School, 1941, 22Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 35–39). (p. 104) London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 199–204). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. [CW 2:3:3]Google PreviewWorldCat

On in-patient treatment for rheumatic fever and chorea [n.d., ca. 1923–1931]. [CW 1:2:24]

The only child [1945]. In The child and the family (pp. 107–111). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 131–136). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 2 February 1945. J. Quigley (Producer), Difficult children. Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 2:7:1]Google PreviewWorldCat

The only child. Maternity and Child Welfare, April 1927, 124, 11(4)Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Viscountess Erleigh (Ed.), The mind of the growing child (pp. 47–64). London: Faber, 1928; New York: Oxford University Press, 1928. [CW 1:2:6]Google PreviewWorldCat

On security [1960]. In The family and individual development (pp. 30–33). London: Tavistock, 1965Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, C. Bollas, M. Davis & R. Shepherd (Eds.), Talking to parents (pp. 87–93, as ‘Security’). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1993Google PreviewWorldCat; and Winnicott on the child (pp. 155–159, as ‘Security’). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 18 April 1960, as ‘Too much security?’ I. Benzie (Producer), Parents and children. Network Three. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 6:1:9]Google PreviewWorldCat

On ‘Separation Anxiety’ by J. Bowlby [1958]. [CW 5:4:18]

On the contribution of direct child observation to psycho-analysis [1957]. Revue Française de Psychanalyse, 1958, 22Google PreviewWorldCat, as ‘Discussion sur la contribution de l’observation directe de l’enfant à la psychanalyse’. Also published in The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 109–114). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 5:3:21]Google PreviewWorldCat

On the occasion of the publication of the Standard Edition of Freud [1966]. [CW 7:3:23]

On transference. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1956, 37, 386–388. Published here as ‘Clinical varieties of transference’. [CW 5:1:11]Find this resource:

The ordinary devoted mother and her baby. London: C. A. Brock, 1949. [Not reprinted in this form in the Collected Works]Find this resource:

The ordinary devoted mother [1966]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.) Babies and their mothers (pp. 3–14). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1987Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Winnicott on the child (pp. 11–18). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. [CW 7:3:3]Google PreviewWorldCat

The ordinary devoted mother and her baby: Baby bites. Broadcast 30 January 1952, I. Benzie (Producer), Woman’s hour. Light Programme. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 4:1:2]Find this resource:

The ordinary devoted mother and her baby: The first week. Broadcast 16 January 1952. I. Benzie (Producer), Woman’s hour. Light Programme. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 4:1:1]Find this resource:

The ordinary devoted mother and her baby: My fan mail. Broadcast 20 February 1952. I. Benzie (Producer), Woman’s hour. Light Programme. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 12:3:4d]Find this resource:

Outline for a study in the sociology of knowledge [n.d.]. [CW 9:4:12]

Out of the mouths of adolescents. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 48–50). London: Karnac, 1996Google PreviewWorldCat. Published here as ‘Review: Eppel, E. M. & Eppel, M., Adolescents and morality’. [CW 7:3:20]Google PreviewWorldCat

The paediatric department of psychology [1960]. In St Mary’s Hospital Gazette, 1961, 67Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about (p. 105) children (pp. 227–230, as ‘Training for child psychiatry: The paediatric department of psychology’). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 6:2:19]Google PreviewWorldCat

Paediatrics and childhood neurosis [1956]. In Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 316–321). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 5:2:11]Find this resource:

Paediatrics and psychiatry. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1948, 21(4), 229–240Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 157–173). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 3:3:2]Google PreviewWorldCat

Papular urticaria and the dynamics of skin sensation. British Journal of Children’s Diseases, 1934, 31Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 157–169). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 1:4:3]Google PreviewWorldCat

Pathological sleeping. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1930, 23(8), 1109–1110. [CW 1:2:19]Find this resource:

The persecution that wasn’t. New Society, 18 May 1967Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 200–201). London: Tavistock, 1984Google PreviewWorldCat. Published here as ‘Review: Stewart, S., A home from home’.[CW 8:1:10]Google PreviewWorldCat

A personal statement on child psychiatry [1970]. [CW 9:2:4]

A personal view of the Kleinian contribution [1962]. In The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 171–178). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 6:3:8]Find this resource:

Perversions and pregenital fantasy [1963]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 79–80). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 6:4:18]Find this resource:

‘Peter’ aet 13 years. In Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 296–314). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10:3:16]Find this resource:

Physical and emotional disturbances in an adolescent girl [1968]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 369–374). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 8:2:3]Find this resource:

Physical examination. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 22–31). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3:2]Find this resource:

Physical therapy of mental disorder. British Medical Journal, 1947, 1(4506), 688–689Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 534–541, part of ‘Physical therapy of mental disorder: Convulsion therapy’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 3:2:2]Google PreviewWorldCat

Physiotherapy and human relations. Physiotherapy, 1969, 55Google PreviewWorldCat, as ‘Human relations’. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 561–568). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 9:1:14]Google PreviewWorldCat

The Piggle [1964–1966]. The Piggle: An account of the psycho-analytic treatment of a little girl (I. Ramzy, Ed.). London: Hogarth, 1977. [CW 11:2:117]Find this resource:

The pill [1969]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.) Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 195–208). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986, part of ‘The Pill and the Moon’. [CW 9:1:23]Find this resource:

Pitfalls in adoption. Medical Press, 1954, 232(6031)Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 45–51). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 128–135). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 4:3:30] (p. 106) Google PreviewWorldCat

The place of the monarchy [1970]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.) Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 260–268). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986. [CW 9:2:6]Find this resource:

The place where we live. In Playing and reality (pp. 104–110). London: Tavistock, 1971. [CW 8:2:1]Find this resource:

Play in the analytic situation [1954]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 28–29). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 4:3:28]Find this resource:

Playing and culture [1968]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 203–206). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 8:2:9]Find this resource:

Playing and reality. London: Tavistock, 1971. [Not reprinted in this form in the Collected Works]Find this resource:

Playing: A theoretical statement [1967]. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1968, 49, 591–599Google PreviewWorldCat, as ‘Playing: Its theoretical status in the clinical situation’. Also published in Playing and reality (pp. 38–52). London: Tavistock, 1971. [CW 8:2:15]Google PreviewWorldCat

Playing: Creative activity and the search for the self. In Playing and reality (pp. 53–64). London: Tavistock, 1971. [CW 8:1:27]Find this resource:

Playing: Its theoretical status in the clinical situation. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1968, 49, 591–599. Published here as ‘Playing: A theoretical statement’.Find this resource:

Plea for a kind of Christianity (St Barts Christian Union) [ca. 1917–1932]. Not published here.

A point in technique [n.d.]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 26–27). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 9:4:5]Find this resource:

Postscript: The mother’s contribution to society. In The child and the family (pp. 141–144). London: Tavistock, 1957. Published here as ‘The mother’s contribution to society’. [CW 5:3:30]Find this resource:

Preface. In Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psychoanalysis (pp. ix–x). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 5:3:32]Find this resource:

Preface. In The child and the family: First relationships (p. ix). London: Tavistock, 1957. [CW 7:1:17]Find this resource:

Preface. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (p. v). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3]Find this resource:

Preface. In The family and individual development (p. vii). London: Tavistock, 1965. [CW 7:2:25]Find this resource:

Preface. In O. Stevenson, ‘The first treasured possession. A study of the part played by specially loved objects and toys in the lives of certain children’. The psychoanalytic study of the child (Vol. 9), 1954, 199–201 (International Universities Press, 1954). [CW 4:3:31]Find this resource:

Preface. In R. Gaddini’s Italian translation of The family and individual development [1965]. Psychoanalysis and History, 2003, 5. [CW 7:3:27]Find this resource:

Preface. In S. Lebovici & J. McDougall, Dialogue with Sammy: A psycho-analytical contribution to the understanding of child psychosis. London: Hogarth, 1969Google PreviewWorldCat. Originally published as Un cas de psychose infantile. Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1960. [CW 9:1:27]Google PreviewWorldCat

Pre-systolic murmur, possibly not due to mitral stenosis (case history). Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1931, 24(10), 1354. [CW 1:2:21]Find this resource:

The price of disregarding psychoanalytic research. In The price of mental health. Report of the National Association for Mental Health Annual Conference (London, 1965)Google PreviewWorldCat, as ‘The (p. 107) price of disregarding research findings’. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 172–182). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986. [CW 7:2:4]Google PreviewWorldCat

Primary introduction to external reality: The early stages [1948]. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 21–28). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 3:3:12]Find this resource:

Primary maternal preoccupation [1956]. In Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 300–305). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 5:2:16]Find this resource:

Primitive emotional development. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1945, 26, 137–143Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 145–156). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 2:7:8]Google PreviewWorldCat

Private practice [1955]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 291–298). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 5:1:7]Find this resource:

The problem of homeless children (with C. Britton). New Education Fellowship Monograph, No. 1, 1944Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in New Era in Home and School, 1944, 25(7), 155–161; and J. Kanter (Ed.), Face to face with children: The life and work of Clare Winnicott (pp. 97–111). London: Karnac, 2004. [CW 2:6:14]Google PreviewWorldCat

Problems of management: Training babies. Broadcast 23 November 1949. I. Benzie (Producer), How’s the baby? Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 12:3:4c] See also ‘The innate morality of the baby’.Find this resource:

Providing for the child in health and crisis [1962]. In The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 64–72). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 6:3:10]Find this resource:

Psychiatric disorder in terms of infantile maturational processes [1963]. In The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 230–241). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 6:4:12]Find this resource:

Psychoanalysis and science: Friends or relations? [1961]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 13–18). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986. [CW 6:2:9]Find this resource:

Psycho-analysis and the sense of guilt [1956]. In John D. Sutherland (Ed.), Psychoanalysis and contemporary thought (pp. 1–16). London: Hogarth, 1958Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 15–28). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 5:2:7]Google PreviewWorldCat

The psychoanalyst and child psychiatry, a matter of economics [1962]. [CW 6:3:12]

Psycho-analytic explorations (C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis, Eds.). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [Not reprinted in this form in the Collected Works]Find this resource:

A psychoanalytic view of the antisocial tendency. In R. Slovenko (Ed.), Crime, law and corrections (pp. 102–130). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 1966. Published here as ‘Dissociation revealed in a therapeutic consultation’ [CW 7:2:21]. Includes ‘ “Ada” aet 8 years’.Find this resource:

Psychogenesis of a beating fantasy [1958]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 45–48). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 5:4:4]Find this resource:

Psychological aspects of birching [1944]. [CW 2:6:3] (p. 108)

Psychological aspects of juvenile delinquency (a talk to probation officers) [n.d., ca. 1940s]. [CW 3:1:8]

Psychologists as a group [1969]. [CW 9:1:31]

The psychology of juvenile rheumatism. In R. G. Gordon (Ed.), A survey of child psychiatry (pp. 28–34). London: Oxford University Press, 1939. [CW 2:1:7]Find this resource:

The psychology of madness [1965]: A contribution from psycho-analysis. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 119–129). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 7:2:18]Find this resource:

The psychology of separation [1958]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 132–135). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 5:4:7]Find this resource:

Psycho-neurosis in childhood [1961]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 64–72). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 6:2:17]Find this resource:

Psychoses and child care [1952]. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1953, 26(1), 68–74Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 219–228). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 4:1:5]Google PreviewWorldCat

Psycho-somatic illness in its positive and negative aspects [1964]. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1966, 47, 510–516Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 103–114, part of the chapter ‘Psycho-somatic disorder’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 7:1:6]Google PreviewWorldCat

A psychotherapeutic consultation: A case of stammering. A Criança Portuguesa, 1963, 21. Introduction published in [CW 10: Appendix 3]Google PreviewWorldCat Also published in Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 110–126, as ‘ “Alfred” aet 10 years’). London: Hogarth, 1971. Published here as ‘ “Alfred” aet 10 years’. [CW 10:1:7]Google PreviewWorldCat

A psychotherapeutic consultation in child psychiatry: A comparative study of the dynamic processes. In S. Arieti (Ed.), The world biennial of psychiatry and psychotherapy (Vol. 1, pp. 377–399). New York: Basic, 1971. Introduction published in [CW 10: Appendix 4].Google PreviewWorldCat Also published in Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 194–214, as ‘ “Milton” aet 8 years’). London: Hogarth, 1971. Published here as ‘ “Milton” aet 8 years’. [CW 10:2:12]Google PreviewWorldCat

Psychotherapy of character disorders [1963]. In The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 203–216). London: Hogarth, 1965Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 241–255). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 6:4:9]Google PreviewWorldCat

Regression as therapy illustrated by the case of a boy whose pathological dependence was adequately met by the parents. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1963, 36(1), 1–12Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 239–269, as ‘ “Cecil” aet 21 months at first consultation’). London: Hogarth, 1971. Published here as ‘ “Cecil” aet 21 months at first consultation’. [CW 10:3:14]Google PreviewWorldCat

The relationship of a mother to her baby at the beginning [1960]. In The family and individual development (pp. 15–20). London: Tavistock, 1965 (pp. 15–20). [CW 6:1:8]Find this resource:

Remarks on a discussion of Balint’s paper on technique [1957]. [CW 5:3:8]

A reminder to the binder. St Bartholomew’s Hospital Journal, 1921, 28, 107. [CW 1:1:14]Find this resource:

Reparation in respect of mother’s organised defence against depression [1948]. Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 91–96). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 3:3:1] (p. 109) Find this resource:

Repli et regression. Revue Française de Psychanalyse, 1955, 19, 1–2. Published here as ‘Withdrawal and regression’. [CW 4:3:29]Find this resource:

Report on Q camps [1941]. [CW 2:3:1]

Residential management as treatment for difficult children (with C. Britton). In The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 98–116). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat. First published, in part, in ‘Residential management as treatment for difficult children: The evolution of a wartime hostels scheme’. Human Relations, 1(1), 87–97Google PreviewWorldCat; and, in part, in ‘The problem of homeless children’. New Education Fellowship Monograph, No. 1, 1944Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 54–72). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 3:2:3]Google PreviewWorldCat

Resolution K: On scientific aims in psychoanalysis [1942]. In P. King & R. Steiner (Eds.), The Freud-Klein controversies 1941–1945. New Library of Psychoanalysis (Vol. 11, pp. 87–89). London and New York: Tavistock/Routledge, 1991. [CW 2:4:1]Find this resource:

Residential care as therapy [1970]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 220–228). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 9:2:9]Find this resource:

The return of the evacuated child [1945]. In The child and the outside world (pp. 88–92). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 44–48). London: Tavistock, 1984Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 23 February 1945. J. Quigley & D. Bridgman (Producers), Difficult children. Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 2:7:3]Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: A collection of children’s books. New Society, 7 December 1967, 10(271), 835, as ‘Small things for small people’. [CW 8:1:35]Find this resource:

Review: Aichhorn, A., Wayward youth (Originally published as ‘Verwahrloste Jugend’, Leipzig, Vienna and Zurich: Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, 1925; London: Putnam, 1936). British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1936, 16(2), 154–156. [CW 1:4:12]Find this resource:

Review: Axline, V., Dibs in search of self (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964). New Society, 28 April 1966, 7(187), 25. [CW 7:3:10]Find this resource:

Review: Bakwin, H. & Bakwin, R. M., Clinical management of behavior disorders in children (Philadelphia: Saunders, 1953). British Medical Journal, 21 August 1954, 2(4885), 453. [CW 4:3:22]Find this resource:

Review: Balint, M., The doctor, his patients and the illness (London: Pitman, 1957)Google PreviewWorldCat. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1958, 39, 425–427. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 438–442). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 5:4:23]Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: Bergeron, M., Psychologie du premier âge (Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1961). Archive of Diseases in Childhood, 1962, 37. [CW 6:3:16]Find this resource:

Review: Bowlby, J., Maternal care and mental health (Geneva: WHO 1951)Google PreviewWorldCat. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1953, 26. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 423–426). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 4:2:10]Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: Bowley, A., The psychology of the unwanted child (Edinburgh: E. & S. Livingstone, 1947). British Medical Journal, 10 July 1948, 2(4566), 78. [CW 3:3:6]Find this resource:

Review: Burlingham, D., Twins: A study of three pairs of identical twins (London: Imago, 1952). British Medical Journal, 28 March 1953, 1(4812), 714. [CW 4:2:6] (p. 110) Find this resource:

Review: Burlingham, D., Twins: A study of three pairs of identical twins (London: Imago, 1952). New Era in Home and School, 1953, 34Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 408–412), Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 4:2:7]Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: Burton, L., Vulnerable children. Three studies of children in conflict: Accident involved children, sexually assaulted children, and children with asthma (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1968). New Society, 25 April 1968, 11(291), 613. [CW 8:2:11]Find this resource:

Review: Chess, S., Thomas, A. & Birch, H., Your child is a person (London: Peter Davies, 1966). Medical News, October 1966. [CW 7:3:25]Find this resource:

Review: Child Study Association of America. Parents’ questions (New York, London: Harper & Bros., 1947). British Medical Journal, July 31 1948, 2, 257. [CW 3:3:7]Find this resource:

Review: Clegg, A. & Megson, B., Children in distress (Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1968). New Society, 7 November 1968, 12(319), 688. [CW 8:2:25]Find this resource:

Review: Clyne, M. B., Absent: School refusal as an expression of disturbed family relationships. (London: Tavistock, 1966). New Society, 8(209), 507–508, 29 September 1966. [CW 7:3:22]Find this resource:

Review: Clyne, M. B., Absent: School refusal as an expression of disturbed family relationships. (London: Tavistock, 1966). British Medical Journal, 1967, 3(5557), 99, as ‘Dynamic psychiatry and the G.P.’ [CW 8:1:15]Find this resource:

Review: Eissler, R. S., Freud, A., Hartmann, H. & Kris, E. (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child (Vol. 11) (London: Imago, 1956). British Medical Journal, 22 March 1958, 1(5072), 692. [CW 5:4:5]Find this resource:

Review: Eissler, R. S., Freud, A., Hartmann, H. & Kris, E. (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child (Vol. 12) (London: Imago, 1957). British Medical Journal, 4 October 1958, 2(5100), 838. [CW 5:4:15]Find this resource:

Review: Eissler, R. S., Freud, A., Hartmann, H. & Kris, M. (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child (Vol. 15) (London: Imago, 1960). British Medical Journal, 3 February, 1962, 1(5274), 305–306. [CW 6:3:1]Find this resource:

Review. Eissler, R. S., Freud, A., Hartmann, H. & Kris, M. (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child (Vol. 16) (London: Imago, 1961). British Medical Journal, 26 January 1963, 1(5325), 253. [CW 6:4:1]Find this resource:

Review: Eissler, R. S., Freud, A., Hartmann, H. & Kris, M. (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child (Vol. 20). (London: Hogarth, 1966). British Medical Journal, 17 December, 1966, 2(5528), 1510. [CW 7:3:14]Find this resource:

Review: Eissler, R. S., Freud, A., Hartmann, H. & Kris, M. (Eds.) The psychoanalytic study of the child (Vol. 22). (London: Hogarth, 1967). New Society, 16 May 1968, 11(294), 726–727. [CW 8:2:13]Find this resource:

Review: Eppel, E. M. & Eppel, M., Adolescents and morality (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1966)Google PreviewWorldCat. New Society, 15 September 1966, 8(207), 417–418. Also published in R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 48–50, as ‘Out of the mouths of adolescents’). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 7:3:20]Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: Erikson, E., Childhood and society (London: Hogarth, 1965). British Medical Journal, November 28 1953, 2(4847), 1205. [CW 4:2:16]Find this resource:

Review: Erikson, E. H., Childhood and society (London: Hogarth, 1965)Google PreviewWorldCat. New Society, 30 September 1965, 6(156), 35. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & (p. 111) M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 493–494). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 7:2:14]Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: Evans, P. R. & MacKeith, R., Infant feeding and feeding difficulties (London: Churchill). British Journal of Medical Psychology, December 1951, 24(4), 304–305. [CW 3:6:18]Find this resource:

Review: Flügel, J. C., The moral paradox of peace and war (London: Watts, 1941). New Era in Home and School, 1941, 22. [CW 2:3:4]Find this resource:

Review: Foote, E. J., Six children (London: Thomas, 1956). British Medical Journal, 11 May 1957, 1, 1105. [CW 5:3:14]Find this resource:

Review: Freud, A., Indications for child analysis and other papers (New York: International Universities Press, 1968; London: Hogarth, 1969)Google PreviewWorldCat. New Society, 21 August 1969, 14(360), 297. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 511–512). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 9:1:20]Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: Freud, A., Normality and pathology in childhood (New York: International Universities Press, 1965) [1965]. [CW 7:2:16]Find this resource:

Review: Freud, A. & Hoffer, W. (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child (Vol. 2) (London: Imago, 1946). British Medical Journal, August 21 1948, 2(4572), 389. [CW 3:3:9]Find this resource:

Review: Freud, A., Hoffer, W. & Glover, E. (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child (Vols. 3–4, Vol. 5). (London: Imago, 1949). British Medical Journal, 13 October 1951, 2(4736), 894. [CW 3:6:12]Find this resource:

Review: Glover, E., Psycho-analysis and child psychiatry (London: Imago, 1953). British Medical Journal, 12 September 1953, 2(4836), 609. [CW 4:2:11]Find this resource:

Review: Goldfarb, W., Childhood schizophrenia (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1961)Google PreviewWorldCat. British Journal of Psychiatric Social Work, 1963, 7(1), 50–51. Also published in R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 193–194). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 6:4:17]Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: Goodacre, I., Adoption policy & practice (London: George Allen & Unwin, 1966). New Society, 24 November 1966, 8(217), 806–807. [CW 7:3:30]Find this resource:

Review: Harms, E. (Ed.), Handbook of child guidance. (New York: Child Care Publications, 1947) British Medical Journal, 6 August 1949, 2, 321. [CW 3:4:15]Find this resource:

Review: Hill, A., Art versus illness (London: George Allen and Unwin, 1948)Google PreviewWorldCat. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1949, 22. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 555–557, part of the chapter ‘Occupational therapy’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 3:4:22]Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: Isaacs, S., et al. (Eds.), The Cambridge Evacuation Survey: A war time study in social welfare and education (London: Methuen, 1941)Google PreviewWorldCat. New Era in Home and School, 1941, 22. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 22–24). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 2:3:5]Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: Jackson, L., Aggression and its interpretation (London: Methuen, 1952). British Medical Journal, 12 June 1954, 1(4875), 1363. [CW 4:3:17]Find this resource:

Review: Jones, E. (Ed.), Letters of Sigmund Freud 1873–1939 (London: Hogarth, 1961Google PreviewWorldCat). British Journal of Psychology, 1962, 53. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 474–477). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 6:3:15] (p. 112) Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: Jones, E., Papers on psycho-analysis (5th ed., London: Ballière, 1948). British Journal of Medical Psychology, June 1951, 24(2). [CW 3:6:17]Find this resource:

Review: Jung, C. G., Memories, dreams, reflections (London: Collins and Routledge, 1963). International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1964, 45, 450–454Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 482–492). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 7:1:16]Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: Kanner, L., Child psychiatry (Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 1935; London: Ballière, Tindall & Cox, 1937)Google PreviewWorldCat. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1938, 19, 362–363. Also published in R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 191–193, as part of ‘Three reviews of books on autism’). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 1:4:15]Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: Kirk, H. D., Shared fate: A theory of adoption and mental health (New York: The Free Press of Glencoe; London: Collier-Macmillan, 1964). New Society, September 1965, 6(154), 29, 9. [CW 7:2:26]Find this resource:

Review: Klein, M., Envy and gratitude (London: Tavistock, 1957)Google PreviewWorldCat. Case Conference, 1959, 5, as ‘On envy’. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 443–446). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 5:5:1]Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: Lask, A., Asthma: Attitude & milieu (London: Tavistock, 1966). New Society, November 1966, 8(216), 771, 17. [CW 7:3:26]Find this resource:

Review: Lebovici, S. & McDougall, J., Un cas de psychose infantile (Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1960). Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 1962, 3(1), 63–64. [CW 6:3:17]Find this resource:

Review: LeShan, E. J., How to survive parenthood (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1965). New Society, 26 October 1967, 10(265), 601. [CW 8:1:28]Find this resource:

Review: Middlemore, M. P., The nursing couple (London: Hamish Hamilton, 1941). International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1942, 23, 179–180. [CW 2:4:5]Find this resource:

Review: Milner, M., On not being able to paint (London: Heinemann, 1950)Google PreviewWorldCat. British Journal of Medical Psychology, March 1951, 24, as ‘Critical notice’. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 390–392). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 3:6:15]Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: Problems of infancy and childhood: Transactions of the third conference (New York: Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, 1949). British Journal of Medical Psychology, June 1951, 24(2). [CW 3:6:16]Find this resource:

Review: Rickman, J. (Ed.), On the bringing up of children (London: Kegan Paul, 1936). British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1936, 16(2), 151–152. [CW 1:4:13]Find this resource:

Review: Riese, H., Heal the hurt child (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1963). New Society, 30 January 1964, 3(70), 27. [CW 7:1:2]Find this resource:

Review: Rimland, B., Infantile autism (New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1964) [1966]Google PreviewWorldCat. British Medical Journal, 10 September 1966, 2(5514), 634. Also published in R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 195–196, part of ‘Three reviews of books on autism’). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 7:3:18]Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: Robertson, J., Going to hospital with mother [film]. (London: Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, 1958). International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1959, 40, 62–63. [CW 5:5:23] (p. 113) Find this resource:

Review: Rosen, J. N., Direct analysis (New York: Grune & Stratton, 1953). British Journal of Psychology, 1953, 44, 384. [CW 4:2:17]Find this resource:

Review: Sandström, C. I., The psychology of childhood and adolescence (Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1968; originally published as ‘Barn och ungdomspsykologi’. Almqvist & Wiksell, 1961). National Marriage Guidance Council Journal, 1968, 11. [CW 8:2:46]Find this resource:

Review: Searles, H. F., The non-human environment (New York: International Universities Press, 1960)Google PreviewWorldCat. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1963, 44, 237–238. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 478–481). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 6:4:16]Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: Senn, M. (Ed.), Problems of infancy and childhood: Transactions of the sixth conference (New York: Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, 1953). British Medical Journal, 19 September 1953, 2(4837), 664. [CW 4:2:12]Find this resource:

Review: Simey, T. S., The concept of love in child care (Oxford University Press, 1961). New Statesman, 5 May 1961. [CW 6:2:8]Find this resource:

Review: Slavson, S. R., Child psychotherapy (New York: Columbia University Press, 1952). British Medical Journal, 15 May 1953, 1(4871), 1135. [CW 4:3:12]Find this resource:

Review: Soddy, K., Clinical child psychiatry (London: Baillière, Tindall and Cox. 1960). British Medical Journal, 1961, 1, 1443. [CW 6:2:10]Find this resource:

Review: Stein, L., The infancy of speech and the speech of infancy (London: Methuen, 1949). British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1950, 23, 120–121. [CW 3:5:8]Find this resource:

Review: Stewart, S., A home from home (London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1967)Google PreviewWorldCat. New Society, 25 May 1967, 9(243), 772–773. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 200–201). London: Tavistock, 1984, as ‘The persecution that wasn’t’. [CW 8:1:10]Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: Storr, C. A., Human aggression (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1968). New Statesman, 5 July 1968, 76, 15–18. [CW 8:2:18]Find this resource:

Review: Thomson, H., The successful stepparent (London: W. H. Allen, 1966). New Society, 13 April 1967, 9(237), 545–546. [CW 8:1:7]Find this resource:

Review: Watson, J. A. F., The child and the magistrate (London: Jonathan Cape, 1950). British Medical Journal, January 6 1951, 1(4696), 22. [CW 3:6:1]Find this resource:

Review: Wickes, F., The inner world of man: With psychological drawings and paintings (London: Methuen, 1950). Lancet, 14 July 1951, 258(6672), 66. [CW 3:6:7]Find this resource:

Review (with M. M. R. Khan): Fairbairn, W. R. D., Psychoanalytic studies of the personality. (London: Tavistock, 1952)Google PreviewWorldCat. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 1953, 34, 329–332. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 413–422). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 4:2:18]Google PreviewWorldCat

Review: Wolff, W., The personality of the preschool child (New York: Grune & Stratton, 1946). British Medical Journal, October 23 1948, 2, 747. [CW 3:3:10]Find this resource:

Review: Ziman, E., Jealousy in children (London: Victor Gollancz, 1951). British Medical Journal, 1 September 1951, 2, 532. [CW 3:6:10]Find this resource:

The rheumatic clinic. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 64–68). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3:7]Find this resource:

Rheumatic fever. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 58–63). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3:6] (p. 114) Find this resource:

Rheumatism in children [1928]. In Annual report of the London County Council: Vol. 3. Report of the school medical officer for the year 1928. London: P. S. King and Son, 1928. [CW 1:2:12]Find this resource:

‘Robert’ aet 9 years. In Therapeutic consultation in child psychiatry (pp. 89–104). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10:1:5]Find this resource:

‘Robin’ aet 5 years. In Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 28–41). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10:1:2]Find this resource:

Roots of aggression. In The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 232–239). Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1964Google PreviewWorldCat; and C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 92–99, part of ‘Aggression and its roots’). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 7:1:18]Google PreviewWorldCat

Roots of aggression [1968]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 458–461, part of the chapter ‘Melanie Klein: On her concept of envy’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 8:2:21]Find this resource:

‘Rosemary’ aet 10 years. In Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 105–109). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10:1:6]. See also ‘A child psychiatry interview’.Find this resource:

‘Ruth’ aet 8 years. In Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 315–330). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10:3:17]. See also ‘Becoming deprived as a fact: A psychotherapeutic consultation’.Find this resource:

Sakari: A therapeutic consultation [1961]. [CW 6:2:16]

Saying ‘No’ [1960]. In C. Winnicott, C. Bollas, M. Davis & R. Shepherd (Eds.), Talking to parents (pp. 21–39). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1993Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Winnicott on the child (pp. 108–121). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast as parts 1–3 of ‘The ordinary devoted mother and her children’, 25 January, 1 and 8 February 1960. I. Benzie & E. Brewer (Producers), Parents and children. Network Three. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 6:1:1]Google PreviewWorldCat

Security. In C. Winnicott, C. Bollas, M. Davis & R. Shepherd (Eds.), Talking to parents (pp. 87–93). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1993Google PreviewWorldCat; and Winnicott on the child (pp. 155–159). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. Published here as ‘On security’. [CW 6:1:9]Google PreviewWorldCat

Sex education in schools. Medical Press, 1949, 222Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 40–44). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 216–220). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. [CW 3:4:35]Google PreviewWorldCat

Short communication on enuresis. St Bartholomew’s Hospital Journal, April 1930, 125–127Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 170–175). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 1:2:18]Google PreviewWorldCat

A Shropshire surgeon (Poem). St Bartholomew’s Hospital Journal, 1920, 27. [CW 1:1:12]Find this resource:

Shyness and nervous disorders in children. New Era in Home and School, 1938, 19Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 35–39). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 211–215). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. [CW 1:4:17]Google PreviewWorldCat

Skin changes in relation to emotional disorder. St John’s Hospital Dermatological Society Report, 1938, 27, 62–73. [CW 1:4:18]Find this resource:

Sleep (Poem). In C. Winnicott, ‘D. W. W.: A reflection’. [CW 12:Afterword] (p. 115)

Sleep refusal in children. Medical News Magazine (Suppl. Paediatrics, pp. 8–9), July 1968Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 42–45). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 8:2:19]Google PreviewWorldCat

Small things for small people. New Society, 7 December 1967, 10(271), 835. Published here as ‘Review: A collection of childrens books’. [CW 8:1:35]Find this resource:

Smith. The Fortnightly (The Leys School, Cambridge), 3 October 1913. [CW 1:1:3]Find this resource:

The snag. St Bartholomew’s Hospital Journal, 1921, 28, 188. [CW 1:1:15]Find this resource:

Social aspects of autism [1966]. [CW 7:3:7]

Some principles of child analysis [1969]. [CW 9:1:9]

Some psychological aspects of juvenile delinquency. New Era in Home and School, 1946, 27(10), 295Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Delinquency Research, 1946, 24(5); and The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 181–187). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 113–119). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 3:1:7]. See also ‘Aspects of juvenile delinquency’.Google PreviewWorldCat

Some thoughts on the meaning of the word democracy. Human Relations, 1950, 3Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The family and individual development (pp. 155–169). London: Tavistock, 1965Google PreviewWorldCat; and C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 239–259). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986. [CW 3:5:17]Google PreviewWorldCat

Spoken comments on obsessional neurosis and ‘Frankie’ [1965]. [CW 7:2:11]

Speech disorders. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 191–200). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3:20]Find this resource:

The split-off male and female elements to be found in men and women [1966]. In Playing and reality (pp. 72–85, part of the chapter ‘Creativity and its origins’). London: Tavistock, 1971.Google PreviewWorldCat Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 169–183). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 7:3:2]. Also published here as part of ‘Creativity and its origins’. [CW 9:3:7]Google PreviewWorldCat

The spontaneous gesture: Selected letters (F. R. Rodman, Ed.). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1987. [Not printed in this form in the Collected Works]Find this resource:

The squiggle game [1964, 1968]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 299–317). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989Google PreviewWorldCat. Published, in part, in Voices: The Art and Science of Psycho-therapy, 1968, 4, 98–112. Also published, in part, as ‘Die volle Nutzung der ersten Behandlungsstunde. Beitrag zu Problemen der Kinderanalyse’ or ‘Meeting the challenge of the case’. In G. Biermann (Ed.), Handbuch der Kinderpsychotherapie (pp. 269–277). München/Basel: Ernst Reinhardt Verlag, 1968Google PreviewWorldCat. Includes ‘Case of L’. Also published in Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry (pp. 42–63, as ‘ “Eliza” aet 7½ years’). London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 8:2:47]Google PreviewWorldCat

Squiggles [1968]. Voices: The Art and Science of Psycho-therapy, 1968, 4, 98–112. Published here as part of ‘The squiggle game’. [CW 8:2:47]Find this resource:

St Bartholomew’s Hospital amateur dramatic club. St Bartholomew’s Hospital Journal, 1920, 27, 152–154. [CW 1:1:13]Find this resource:

Stealing and telling lies [1949]. In The child and the family. London: Tavistock, 1957 (pp. 117–120)Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 161–166). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. [CW 3:4:33] (p. 116) Google PreviewWorldCat

Strength out of misery. The Observer, 31 May 1964. Published here as ‘The value of depression’. [CW 6:4:10]Find this resource:

String: A technique of communication. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 1960, 1(1), 49–52Google PreviewWorldCat, as ‘String’. Also published in The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 153–157). London: Hogarth, 1965Google PreviewWorldCat; and Playing and reality (pp. 15–20, as part of ‘Transitional objects and transitional phenomena’). London: Tavistock, 1971. [CW 6:1:20]Google PreviewWorldCat

Struggling through the doldrums. New Society, 25 April 1963, 1(30), 8–11Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 145–155). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 6:4:7] See also ‘Adolescence: Struggling through the doldrums’ [CW 6:2:4]Google PreviewWorldCat

A study of envy and gratitude [1956]. [CW 5:2:5]

Sum, I am [1968]. Mathematics teaching, March 1984. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 55–64). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986. [CW 8:2:10]Find this resource:

Support for normal parents [1944]. First published in New Era in Home and School, 1945, 26Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Getting to know your baby (pp. 25–27, ‘Postscript’). London: Heinemann, 1945Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 137–140). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 173–176). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. [CW 2:6:11]Google PreviewWorldCat

Symptoms suggesting post-encephalitis. In Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1929, 22(9), 1248–1249. [CW 1:2:15]Find this resource:

Symptom tolerance in paediatrics: A case history. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1953, 46Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 101–117). London: Tavistock, 1958. [CW 4:2:4]Google PreviewWorldCat

Tailpiece. In Playing and reality (p. 151). London: Tavistock, 1971. [CW 9:3:10]Find this resource:

Talking about psychology. New Era in Home and School, 1945, 26. Published here as ‘Towards an objective study of human nature’. [CW 2:7:11] See also ‘What is psychoanalysis?Find this resource:

Talking to parents (C. Winnicott, C. Bollas, M. Davis & R. Shepherd, Eds.). [Introduction by T. Berry Brazelton] Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1993Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published as Part Two of Winnicott on the child. Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002Google PreviewWorldCat. [Not reprinted in this form in the Collected Works]

The teacher, the parent and the doctor. [1936]. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 77–93). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 1:4:10]Find this resource:

A tendency in therapeutics. St Bartholomew’s Hospital Journal, February 1944, 7–9. [CW 2:6:5]Find this resource:

Their standards and yours [1944]. New Era in Home and School, 1945, 26Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Getting to know your baby (pp. 21–24). London: Heinemann, 1945Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 87–91). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 119–123). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 12 May 1944. J. Quigley (Producer), Happy children. Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 2:6:9]Google PreviewWorldCat

Theoretical statement of the field of child psychiatry. In A. Holzel & J. P. M. Tizard (Eds.), Modern trends in paediatrics (pp. 250–262, part of Chapter 14: ‘Child psychiatry’). London: Butterworth, 1958Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The family and individual development (pp. 97–105). London: Tavistock, 1965. [CW 5:4:25] (p. 117) Google PreviewWorldCat

The theory of the parent-infant relationship. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1960, 41, 585–595Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 37–55). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 6:1:21]Google PreviewWorldCat

The theory of the parent-infant relationship: Contributions to discussion. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1962, 43, 256–257. [CW 6:3:14]Find this resource:

The theory of the parent-infant relationship. Further remarks. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1962, 43, 238–239Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 73–75). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 6:3:13]Google PreviewWorldCat

Therapeutic consultations in child psychiatry. London: Hogarth, 1971. [CW 10]Find this resource:

Thinking about children (R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson, Eds.). London: Karnac, 1996. [Not reprinted in this form in the Collected Works]Find this resource:

Thinking and symbol-formation [1968]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 213–216). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 8:2:48]Find this resource:

Thinking and the unconscious. The Liberal Magazine, March 1945, 125–126Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 169–171). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986. [CW 2:7:4]Google PreviewWorldCat

This feminism [1964]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.) Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 183–194). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986. [CW 7:1:14]Find this resource:

The threat to freedom [1969]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.) Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 232–238). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986, part of ‘Freedom’. [CW 9:1:17]Find this resource:

The toddler, the second adoption, telling children about adoption [n.d., ca. mid 1950s]. [CW 5:1:23]

Towards an objective study of human nature. New Era in Home and School, 1945, 26Google PreviewWorldCat, as ‘Talking about psychology’; reissued in 1952, 33(3) as ‘What is psychoanalysis’? Also published in The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 125–133). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 3–12). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 2:7:11]Google PreviewWorldCat

Training for child psychiatry [1962]. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 1963, 4(2), 85–91Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The maturational processes and the facilitating environment: Studies in the theory of emotional development (pp. 193–202). London: Hogarth, 1965. [CW 6:3:5]Google PreviewWorldCat

Training for child psychiatry: The paediatric department of psychology [1961]. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 227–230). London: Karnac, 1996. Published here as ‘The paediatric department of psychology’. [CW 6:2:19]Find this resource:

Transitional objects and transitional phenomena [1951]. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1953, 34, 89–97 [CW 4:2:21]Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 229–242). London: Tavistock, 1958 [CW 5:4:24]Google PreviewWorldCat; and Playing and reality (pp. 1–25). London: Tavistock, 1971 [CW 9:3:5]; and The collected works of D. W. Winnicott. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017 [1951 version]. [CW 3:6:6] (p. 118) Google PreviewWorldCat

Treatment of mental disease by induction of fits [1943]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 516–521, in the chapter ‘Physical therapy of mental disorder: Convulsion therapy’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 2:5:6]Find this resource:

The tree (Poem) [1963]. In F. R. Rodman, Winnicott: Life and work (pp. 289–291). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2003. [CW 6:4:14]Find this resource:

A tribute on the occasion of Willi Hoffer’s seventieth birthday. Psyche, 1967, 21Google PreviewWorldCat, as ‘Eine Kinderbeobachtung’. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 499–505). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 8:1:11]Google PreviewWorldCat

Trips into partisanship [1967]. [CW 8:1:30]

Twins [1945]. In The child and the family (pp. 112–116). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 137–142). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 27 April 1945. J. Quigley & D. Bridgman (Producers), Difficult children. Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 2:7:5]Google PreviewWorldCat

Two adopted children [1953]. Case Conference, 1954, 1Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 52–65). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 113–127). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 4:2:19]Google PreviewWorldCat

Two cases of post-encephalitic hyperapnœa. Section for the Study of Disease in Children, Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1926, 19, 52–53. [CW 1:2:4]Find this resource:

Two further clinical examples [1970]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 272–283, in the chapter ‘On the basis for self in body’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 9:2:13]Find this resource:

Two notes on the use of silence [1963]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 81–86). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 6:4:19]Find this resource:

Über die Fähigkeit, Allein zu Sein. Psyche, 1958, 12. Published here as ‘The capacity to be alone’. [CW 5:3:20]Find this resource:

The unconscious [1953]. [CW 4:2:8]

The unconscious [1966]. [CW 7:3:29]

The use of an object and relating through identifications [1968]. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1969, 50, 711–716Google PreviewWorldCat, as ‘The use of an object’. Also published in Playing and reality (pp. 86–94). London: Tavistock, 1971Google PreviewWorldCat; and C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 218–227). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 8:2:28]Google PreviewWorldCat

The use of an object in the context of Moses and Monotheism [1969]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 240–246, in the chapter ‘The use of an object’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 9:1:4]Find this resource:

The use of the word ‘use’ [1968]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 233–235, in the chapter ‘The use of an object’). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989. [CW 8:2:5]Find this resource:

The value of breastfeeding (psychological) [abstract]. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 1945, 20(104), 186. Published here as a footnote in ‘Breast feeding’. [CW 2:7:12 (footnote i)]Find this resource:

The value of depression [1963]. British Journal of Psychiatric Social Work, 1964, 7(3), 123–127Google PreviewWorldCat; and The Observer, 31 May 1964 as ‘Strength out of misery’. Also published in (p. 119) C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 71–79). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986. [CW 6:4:10]Google PreviewWorldCat

The value of the therapeutic consultation [1965]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Psycho-analytic explorations (pp. 318–324). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989Google PreviewWorldCat. First published, together with ‘ “Ashton” aet 12 years’, in E. Miller (Ed.), Foundations of child psychiatry (pp. 593–608, as ‘The value of the therapeutic consultation’). Oxford, UK: Pergamon Press, 1968. [CW 7:2:22]Google PreviewWorldCat

Varicella encephalitis and vaccinia encephalitis (with N. Gibbs). British Journal of Children’s Diseases, 1926, 23, 107–127. [CW 1:2:1]Find this resource:

Varieties of psychotherapy [1961]. In C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 232–240). London: Tavistock, 1984Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Home is where we start from: Essays by a psychoanalyst (pp. 101–111). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986. [CW 6:2:5]Google PreviewWorldCat

Visiting children in hospital [1951]. Child-Family Digest, October 1952Google PreviewWorldCat; and New Era in Home and School, 1952, 33. Also published in The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 121–126). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 221–226). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast in two parts, 16 and 23 May 1951, under the same title. Benzie, I. (Producer) Woman’s hour Light Programme. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 3:6:5]Google PreviewWorldCat

Walking. In Clinical notes on disorders of childhood (pp. 143–151). London: Heinemann, 1931. [CW 1:3:15]Find this resource:

Weaning. In The ordinary devoted mother and her baby (pp. 43–47). London: C. A. Brock, 1949Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 64–68). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 80–84). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 30 November 1949. I. Benzie (Producer), How’s the baby? Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 3:4:31]Google PreviewWorldCat

The wearing of masks in the nursing of premature and older infants [abstract] [1943]. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 1944, 19(97), 38. [CW 2:5:9]Find this resource:

What about father? [1944]. New Era in Home and School, 1945, 26Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Getting to know your baby (pp. 16–21). London: Heinemann, 1945Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 81–86). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 113–118). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 17 March 1944, as ‘Where does Dad come in?’ J. Quigley (Producer), Happy children. Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 2:6:8]Google PreviewWorldCat

What do we know about babies as cloth suckers? [1956]. In C. Winnicott, C. Bollas, M. Davis & R. Shepherd (Eds.), Talking to parents (pp. 15–20). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1993Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Winnicott on the child (pp. 104–107). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 31 January 1956. I. Benzie (Producer), Woman’s hour. Light Programme. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 5:2:1]Google PreviewWorldCat

What do we mean by a normal child? New Era in Home and School, 1946, 27Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 100–106). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 124–130). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 23 June 1944. J. Quigley (Producer), Happy children. Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 2:6:10] (p. 120) Google PreviewWorldCat

What irks? [1960]. In C. Winnicott, C. Bollas, M. Davis & R. Shepherd (Eds.), Talking to parents (pp. 65–86). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1993Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in Winnicott on the child (pp. 139–154). Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. Broadcast as parts 8–9 of ‘The ordinary devoted mother and her children’, 14 and 21 March 1960. I. Benzie & E. Brewer (Producers), Parents and children. Network Three. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 6:1:7]Google PreviewWorldCat

What is psychoanalysis? New Era in Home and School, 1952, 33(3). Published here as ‘Towards an objective study of human nature’. [CW 2:7:11] See also ‘Talking about psychology’.Find this resource:

What is worthwhile in medicine [ca. 1917–1923]. [CW 1:1:16]

Where angels fear to tread, or, a comment on generic teaching [1958]. [CW 5:4:9]

Where the food goes. In The ordinary devoted mother and her baby (pp. 12–16). London: C. A. Brock, 1949Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 23–27). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 35–39). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 19 October 1949, as ‘The baby and its food’. I. Benzie (Producer), How’s the baby? Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 3:4:25]Google PreviewWorldCat

Why children play. New Era in Home and School, 1942, 23Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the outside world: Studies in developing relationships (pp. 149–152). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 143–146). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. [revised 1968] [CW 2:4:4]Google PreviewWorldCat

Why do babies cry? [1944]. New Era in Home and School, 1945, 26Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 43–52). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 58–68). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964Google PreviewWorldCat; and Parents, 1967, 22(8), as ‘Winnicott’s wisdom: Why do babies cry’? Broadcast in two parts, 4 and 11 February 1944, as ‘Why does your baby cry?’ J. Quigley (Producer), Happy children. Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 2:6:2]Google PreviewWorldCat

Winnicott on the child. Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002Google PreviewWorldCat. Part One first published as Babies and their mothers (C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis, Eds.). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1987Google PreviewWorldCat; Part Two first published as Talking to parents (C. Winnicott, C. Bollas, M. Davis & R. Shepherd, Eds.). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1993Google PreviewWorldCat. [Not reprinted in this form in the Collected Works]

Winnicott’s wisdom: Hobgoblins and good habits. Parents, 1967, 22(9), 63–65. [CW 8:1:22]Find this resource:

Winnicott’s wisdom: How a baby begins to feel sorry and to make amends. Parents, 1967, 22(7), 32–35. [CW 8:1:16]Find this resource:

Winnicott’s wisdom: The meaning of mother love. Parents, 1967, 22(6), 22–23. [CW 8:1:13]Find this resource:

Winnicott’s wisdom: Why do babies cry? Parents, 1967, 22(8), 22–23. [CW 8:1:17]Find this resource:

Withdrawal and regression. Revue Française de Psychanalyse, 1955, 19, 1–2Google PreviewWorldCat, as ‘Repli et régression’. Also published in Psyche, 10, 1956–1957; and Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis (pp. 255–261). London: Tavistock, 1958Google PreviewWorldCat; and Holding and interpretation: Fragment of an analysis [1954] (pp. 187–192, as ‘Appendix: Withdrawal and regression’). London: Karnac, 1986. [CW 4:3:29]Google PreviewWorldCat

The world in small doses. In The ordinary devoted mother and her baby (pp. 32–37). London: C. A. Brock, 1949Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 53–58). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 69–74). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964Google PreviewWorldCat. Broadcast 16 November 1949, as (p. 121) ‘Presenting the world to a baby’. I. Benzie (Producer), How’s the baby? Home Service. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [CW 3:4:29]Google PreviewWorldCat

‘Yes, but how do we know it’s true?’ [1950]. In R. Shepherd, J. Johns & H. Taylor Robinson (Eds.), Thinking about children (pp. 13–18). London: Karnac, 1996. [CW 3:5:18]Find this resource:

Young children and other people. Young Children, 1949, 1Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published The child and the family: First relationships (pp. 92–99). London: Tavistock, 1957Google PreviewWorldCat; and The child, the family, and the outside world (pp. 103–110). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964. [CW 3:4:32]Google PreviewWorldCat

Youth will not sleep. New Society, 28 May 1964, 3(87), 5Google PreviewWorldCat. Also published in C. Winnicott, R. Shepherd & M. Davis (Eds.), Deprivation and delinquency (pp. 156–158). London: Tavistock, 1984. [CW 7:1:7] (p. 122) Google PreviewWorldCat