Sluckin, A. and Jehu, D. (1969) A behavioural approach in the treatment of elective mutism, British Journal of Psychiatric Social Work, 10, 2, 70-73.

Sluckin, A. and Kanner, A. (1973) On autism - report and reflections, Communication (Journal of the National Society for Autistic Children) Vol. 7, No. 1.

Sluckin, A. (1973) Focus on childhood autism. Social Work To d a y, Vo l . 4 , 4.

Sluckin, A. (1975) Encopresis: a behavioural approach described, Social Work Today, Vol.5, 21.Sluckin, A. (1977) Children who do not talk at school, Child: Care, Health and Development, 3, 69-79.
Sluckin, A. and lwaniec, D. (1979) A sequel to Nuremberg (review article on a follow-up study of adults who had suffered imprisonment as children in concentration camps in Poland during WW2. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 20, 2.

Sluckin, A. (1981) Behavioural social work with encopretic children, their families and the school, Child: Care, Health and Development, 7, 67-80.

Hayes, B., Sluckin, A. and Smith, A. (1982) Social skills in a comprehensive school curriculum, Association of Educational Psychologists Journal, Vol.5, 3, 42-47.

Herbert, M., Sluckin, W. and Sluckin, A. (1982) Mother-to-infant bonding Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 23, 2, 205-221. Reprinted in Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development Vol.16 (1983).

Sluckin, W., Herbert, M. and Sluckin,A.. (1983 and 1984) Maternal Bonding, Oxford: Biackwells. Translated into Swedish and Dutch in 1985, German In 1986, Italian and French in 1988.

Sluckin, A., Sluckin, W. and Herbert, M. (1983) Love Story, Social Work To d a y,15, 4.

Sluckin, W., Sluckin, A. and Herbert, M. (1984) On mother-to-infant bonding, Midwife, Health Visitor and Community Nurse, Vol.20, 11.

Herbert, M. and Sluckin, A. (1985) A realistic look at mother-to-infant bonding, in Chiswick, M. L, in Recent Advances in Perinatal Medicine,123-145 Churchill Livingstone.

Pratten, A.R. and Sluckin, A. (1985) child abuse and encopres!s, Midwife, Health Visitor and Community Nurse, Vol.21, 11.

Sluckin, A. (1986) Tutor's report on module 'Aspects of Child Abuse' and report on feedback from students, in Vaughan Newsletter, No. 4, University of Leicester.

Sluckin, A. (1986) Ideals Exchange - European attitudes to mental handicap, a conference report, Times Educational Supplement.

Sluckin, A (1987) Focus on Europe., further education needed for people with mental handicap, Practice, 1. (Quarterly journal-for social workers).

lvaniec, D., Herbert, M. and Sluckin, A. (1988) Helping emotionally abused children who fail to thrive, in Early Prediction and Prevention of Child Abuse,Browne, K ed. John Wiley and Sons.

Sluckin, A. (1989) Looking out for emotional abuse, Midwife, Health Visitor and Community Nurse, Vol.25, 3, 93-98.

Sluckin, A. (1989) Behavioural social work treatment of childhood nocturnal enuresis in Behaviour Modification,- Vol.13, 4, 482-497.

Sluckin, A. and Dolan, P. (1989) Tackling child abuse in the EC, Social Work Today, Vol. 21, 1, 31.8..89,14-15; &Journal of Social Work Practice, VoJ.4, 2, 98-103.

Sluckin, A. (1991) Survival Story (Social Work in Czechoslovakia), Social Work To d a y, Vol.22, 23, 2 May 1991, 20-21.

Sluckin, A., Foreman, N. and Herbert, M. (1991) Behavioural treatment programmes and selectivity of speaking at-follow-up in a sample of twenty-five selective mutes. Australian Psychologist, Vol.26, 2, 132-137.

Sluckin, A. (1991) Childcare in Czechoslovakia, Past and Present, Newsletter of Association for Child Psychology, Vol.13, 6, Nov.1991,pp14-17.

Sluckin, A. (1995) Czech children of the revolution, Professional Social Work.

Buchanan, A. and Sluckin, A. (1994) Gypsy children in Eastern Europe. Children in Society, Vol 8, 4.

Sluckin,A. (1996) Treating selectively mute children. in Psychology in Changing Europe, Proceedings, published by British East European Psychology Group, University of Leicester, 27.8-279.

Sluckin A. (2000) Selective Mutism in Law, J., Parkinson A. and Tahmne, R. (eds) Communication Difficulties in Childhood. 273-280. Oxford: Radcliffe.

lwaniec D, Herbert, M. and Sluckin, A. (2002) Helping emotionally abused and neglected children and abusive carers. in Early Prediction and Prevention of Child Abuse, edited by Browne, Hanks and Stratton. Wiley 249 and 267.Sage, R. and Sluckin, A. (2004) Video: Silent Children: Approaches to Selective Mutism. A 23 - minute video, financed by the Department of Education and Skills.

Sage, R. and Sluckin, A. (2004) Silent Children: Approaches to Selective Mutism. A book published by the University of Leicester, which accompanies the above video, containing chapters by parents of selectively mute children.

Sluckin, A. (2005) Staying Silent.Nursery World, 26-27. Inclusion.

Sluckin A (2006) Helping selectively mute children at school. in Hunter-Karsh. M., Ticknar, T., Cooper, P. and R. Sage (eds) The Handbook of Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, Continuum International Press.

Sluckin A (2007) Introducing and Evaluating the video Silent Children: Approaches to Selective Mutism. In Sebada News. Issue 11, p22.

Sluckin A (2009) Chapter 10 in Meeting the Needs of Students with Diverse Backgrounds. The Role of Charities in Supporting Diversity and Inclusion. pp. 129-139. Edited by Rosemary Sage. Continuum International Publishing Group.

Sluckin, A. (2011) Supporting Children with Selective Mutism. In The British Journal of School Nursing, September 2011, Vol. 6 No. 7.342-344.

Roe, V. and Sluckin, A. (2014)The Silent Children. NASEN ‘Special’ magazine.

Smith, B. R. and A. Sluckin (2015) Tackling Selective Mutism; A Guide for Professionals and Parents. Jessica Kingsley, London. (Now Hatchette)