1. Slater, F. La psychiatrie en Grande‑Bretagne [Psychiatry in Great Britain]. In Encyclopedie Medico‑Chirurgicale. Paris.
2. Slater, E. Review of Who are the Guilty?: A Study of Education and Crime by D. Abrahamsen and of The Roots of Crime ed. by Sir N. East. Brit Med. J. 1: 463.
3. Slater, E. Review of Amphetamin Psychosis by P. H. Connell. Brit. Med. J. 1: 488.
4. Slater, E. Review of Seduction of the Innocent by F. Wertham. Brit. Med. J. 1: 1198.
5. Slater, E., and Shields, J. Twins in psychological medicine. Paper read to the British Association, reported in Nature (Lond.) 176:532‑33.
6. Alexander, C. H. Od., and Slater, F. The relative strengths of the openings. Brit. Chess Mag. 75: 177‑80.
1. Slater, E. Review of The Practice of Dynamic Psychiatry by J. H. Masserman. Brit. Med. J., 1: 617.
2. Slater, E. Review of Psychological Medicine: A Short Introduction to Psychiatry by D. Curran. Brit. Med. J., 1: 844.
3. Elithorn, A., and Slater, E. Prefrontal leucotomy. Views of patients and their relatives. Brit. Med. J. 2: 739‑42.
4. Slater, E. Review of Etiology of Chronic Alcoholism ed. by O. Diethelm. Brit. Med. J., 2: 1352.
5. Shields, J., and Slater, E. An investigation into the children of cousins. Acta Genet. (Basel) 6: 60‑79.
1. Slater, E. Areas of interdoctrinal acceptance: An organicist speaks. In Integrating the Approaches to Mental Disease, ed. H. D. Kruse, pp. 41‑43. New York: Hoeber‑ Harper.
2. Slater, E. The twin‑study method in wider perspective: Discussion, First International Conference on Human Genetics, Copenhagen, 1957. Acta Genet. (Basel) 7: 20.
3. Slater, E. Review of Psychosynthesis by J. P. Crawford. Brit. Med. J., 1: 204.
4. Slater, E. Review of A Textbook of Psychiatry for Students and Practioners by Sir D. Henderson. Brit. Med. J., 2: 1162.
5. Slater, E. Review of The Clinical Psychologist by W. A. Hunt. Brit. Med. J. 2: 32
6. Slater, E. Review of The Primary Psychiatric Syndroms by D. Moody. Brit. Med. J., 2: 278.
7. Nixon, W. L. B., and Slater, E. A second investigation into the children of cousins. Acta Genet. (Basel) 7: 513‑32.
1. Slater, E. The sibs and children of homosexuals. In Symposium in Nuclear Sex, eds. D. R. Smith and W. M. Davidson, pp. 79‑83. London Heinemann.
2. Slater, E. The biologist and the fear of death. Plain View 12: 29‑42. (Republished with minor revisions in 1969, as 'Death: the biological aspect' in Euthanasia and the Right to Death, ed. A. B. Downing, pp. 49‑60. London: Peter Owen.)
3. Slater, E. The monogenic theory of schizophrenia. Acta Genet. (Basel) 8: 50‑56.
4. Slater, E. Review of An Introduction to Psychopathology by D. Russel Davies. Brit. Med. J., 2: 679.
5. Elithorn, A., Glithero, E., and Slater, E. Leucotomy for pain. J. Neurol. Neurosurg. Psychiat. 21: 249‑61.
1. Cowie, V., and Slater, E. Psychiatric genetics. In Recent Progress in Psychiatry, ed. G. W. T. H. Fleming, vol. III, pp. 1‑53. London: Churchill.
2. Slater, E., and Meyer, A. Contributions to a pathography of the musicians: 1. Robert Schumann. Confin. Psychiat. 2: 65‑94.
1. Slater, E. Galton's heritage. Eugen. Rev. 52, 91‑103.
2. Slater, E. Mapother memorial. VI: The psychiatrist. Bethlem‑Maudsley Hospital Gazette 4(1): 7‑10.
3. Shields, J., and Slater, E. Heredity and psychological abnormality. In Handbook of Abnormal Psychology, ed. H. J. Eysenck, pp. 298‑343. London: Pitman Medical. (Issued by Basic Books, New York, 1961).
4. Slater, E., and Meyer, A. Contributions to a pathography of the musicians: 2. Organic and psychotic disorders. Confin. Psychiat. 3:129‑45.
1. Slater, E. Some considerations on mental health and genetic disease. In Biological Problems Arising from the Control of Pests and Diseases, ed. R. K. S. Wood, pp. 8 1‑88. London: Institute of Biology.
2. Slater, E. Heredity of mental diseases. In Clinical Aspects of Genetics (The Proceedings of a Conference held in London at the R.C.P., 17‑18 March, 1961), ed. F. AveryJones, pp. 23‑29, London: Pitman Medical.
3. Slater, E. Colère et irritabilité sont‑ils des caractères essentiels de la personnalité des compositeurs allemands? [Are temper and irritability essential characteristics of the German composers?) Vie Med. 42: S3, 59‑60.
4. Slater, E. The judicial process and the ascertainment of fact. Mod. Law Rev. 24: 721‑24.
5. Slater, E. The thirty‑fifth Maudsley Lecture: 'Hysteria 311'. J. Ment. Sci. 107: 359‑81.
6. Slater, E., and Zilkha, K. A case of Turner mosaic with myopathy and schizophrenia. Proc. Roy. Soc. Med. 54: 674‑75.
1. Slater, E. Trends in psychiatric genetics in England. In Expanding Goals of Genetics in Psychiatry, ed. F. J. Kallmann, pp. 219‑27. New York: Grune & Stratton.
2. Slater, E. Review of Guilty but Insane by G. W. Keeton. Brit. Med. J., 1: 235.
3. Slater, E. Psychological aspects. In Modern Views on 'Stroke' Illness (Symposium held at the RSM, London, 23 January 1962), pp. 41‑48. London: The Chest and Heart Association.
4. Slater, E. Birth order and maternal age of homosexuals. Lancet 1: 69‑71.
5. Beard, A. W., and Slater, E. The schizophrenia‑like psychoses of epilepsy. Proc. Roy. Soc. Med. 55: 311‑16. Section of Psychiatry, pp. 1‑6 (abridged).
1. Slater, E. Diagnosis of zygosity by finger prints. Acta Psychiat. Scand. 39: 78‑84.
2. Slater, E. Genetical factors in neurosis. Proc. 2nd. Internat. Congr. Hum. Genet., (Rome, 1961), pp. 1686‑91. Rome: Istituto G. Mendel.
3. Slater, E. The colour imagery of poets. Schweiz. Arch. Neurol. Neurochir. Psychiat. 91:303‑8.
4. Slater, E. Review of Psychiatric Studies of Borstal Lads by T. C. N. Gibbens et al. Eugen Rev. 55: 113.
5. Cowie, V., and Slater, E. Maternal age and miscarriage in the mothers of mongols. Acta Genet. (Basel) 13: 77‑83.
6. Slater, E., Beard, A. W., and Glithero, E. The schizophrenia‑like psychoses of epilepsy. Brit. J. Psychiat. 109: 95‑150.
1. Slater, F. Genetical factors in neurosis. Brit. J. Psychol. 55: 265‑69.
2. Slater, E. Review of Psychogenic Psychoses by P. M. Faergeman and Die schizophrenie‑ähnlichen Emotionspsychosen by F. Labhardt. Brit. J. Psychiat. 110: 114‑18.
3. Slater P., Shields j., and Slater, F. A quadratic discriminant of zygosity from fingerprints. J. Med. Genet. 1: 42‑46.