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Baghdadi, A., Aribi, Y., Fourati, R., Halouani, N., Siarry, P., & Alimi, A. M. (2019). Dasps: a database for anxious states based on a psychological stimulation. arXiv preprint arXiv:1901.02942.

Balter, A. S. (2021). A Study of Ontario Full-Day Kindergarten Educators’ Responses to Children’s Emotions. University of Toronto (Canada).

Burgess, C. C. (2021). From paper to practice: educator understanding and facilitation of self-regulation in the kindergarten classroom (Doctoral dissertation).

Cranston, L. (2018). Enacting self-regulation expectations in kindergarten programs using a distributed leadership framework.,,-Enacting%20self%2D

Sharp, E. (2021). Exploring Early Childhood Educators and Teachers’ Beliefs and Operationalization of Self-Regulation in Ontario Kindergarten Classrooms (Doctoral dissertation).



Shanker, S. (2020) Reframed: Self-Reg for a Just Society University of Toronto Press ISBN 9781487506315 

Hopkins S., & Shanker, S, (2019) Self-Reg Schools A Handbook for Educators  Toronto: Pearson. ISBN 9780135175453

Shanker, S. (2016). Self-Reg: How to help your child (and you) break the stress cycle and successfully engage with life. Canada: Penguin Random House (foreign editions Korea, Poland, Germany, Netherlands, Czech Republic, China, Taiwan, Japan, UK, USA, Georgian) ISBN 978-0-670-06829-6 

Shanker, S. (2012). Calm, alert and learning: Classroom strategies for self-regulation.          Toronto: Pearson. (foreign editions: Spanish) ISBN 9780132927130

Fogel, A., King, B. & Shanker, S. (2008). Human development in the 21st century: Visionary ideas from systems scientists. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press. ISBN  978-1107403147

Reygadas, P. y Shanker, S. (2007). El rizoma de la racionalidad: El sustrato emocional del lenguaje. Grupo Editorial Cenzontle y La Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí. ISBN 9789709929065

PDM Task Force. (2006). Psychodynamic diagnostic manual. Silver Spring, MD: Alliance of Psychoanalytic Organizations. Member of Steering Committee and Task Force, ISBN 978-0976775829

Berk, L. & Shanker, S. (2005). Child development. Toronto: Pearson. ISBN 0-205-46523-4

Greenspan, S. & Shanker, S. (2004). The first idea: How symbols, language and intelligence evolved from our primate ancestors to modern humans. Boston: Da Capo Press, Perseus Books. (Foreign editions German, Spanish) ISBN 0-7382-0680-6

Shanker, S. & Kilfoyle, D. (Eds). (2002). Ludwig Wittgenstein: critical assessments, vols.5-8. London: Routledge. ISBN (vol 5)  9780415136259

Greenspan, S. & Shanker, S. (2002). Toward a psychology of global interdependency: a framework for international collaboration. Washington: ICDL Press. ISBN  978-0972892551

Bakhurst, D. & Shanker, S. (Eds). (2001). Language, culture, self: the philosophical psychology of Jerome Bruner. London: Sage. ISBN  0 7619 5531 3

Savage-Rumbaugh, E.S., Shanker, S.G., & Taylor, T. J., (1998).  Apes, language and mind. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0195109863

Shanker, S. (1998). Wittgenstein’s remarks on the foundations of AI. London: Routledge. ISBN 978-0415408578

Shanker, Stuart (Ed.). (1996). The philosophy of science, mathematics, and logic in the twentieth-century, Routledge history of philosophy Volume IX. New York: Routledge. ISBN 9780415308816

Parkinson, G.H.R. & Shanker, S.G. (General Eds.), (1993). Routledge history of philosophy, 12 vols, London: Routledge. (Foreign edition: Chinese). ISBN 978-0415447966

Canfield, J.V. & Shanker, S.G. (Eds.). (1992). Wittgenstein’s intentions. New York: Garland Press. ISBN  978-1138775428

Shanker, S.G. (Ed.) (1988). Gödel’s theorem in focus. London: Croom Helm; New York: Methuen. ISBN 0-7099-3357-6

Shanker, S. (1987). Wittgenstein and the turning-point in the philosophy of mathematics. London: Croom Helm Publishers, Ltd.; New York: State University of New York Press. (Foreign editions: Greek). ISBN 978-0-88706-482-1

Shanker, S.G. (Ed.) (1986). Philosophy in Britain today. London: Croom Helm Publishers Ltd.; New York: State University of New York Press. ISBN 978-0887064890

Shanker, S.G. & Shanker, V.A. (1986). A Wittgenstein bibliography. London: Croom Helm Publishers Ltd. ISBN 9780709923848

Shanker, S. (Ed.) (1986). Ludwig Wittgenstein: critical assessments. Four Volumes. London: Croom Helm Publishers Ltd., Reprinted 1996, London: Routledge. ISBN 0415149479 (Vol. 1)


Shanker, S. & Hopkins, S. (2017). On becoming a self-reg haven. In W. Steele (Ed.), Optimizing learning outcomes: Proven brain-centric, trauma-sensitive practices. (pp. 30-57). New York: Routledge. ISBN 1138677620.

Shanker, S. (2016). Foreword, in Sharples, A. C., The parents guide to Autism. Canada: 10-10-10 Publishing. ISBN 9781536998399

Shanker, Stuart & Devin Casenhiser (2013). Reducing the effort in effortful control, in Racine, T. & K. Slaney (Eds.), A Wittgensteinian perspective on the use of conceptual analysis in psychology. (pp. 214-232). London:Palgrave Macmillen. ISBN 9780230369153

Shanker, S. (2012). Emotion regulation through the ages, in Foolen, A., U. Luedke, J. Zlatev, & T. Racine (Eds), Moving ourselves, moving others: The role of (e)motion in intersubjectivity, consciousness and language. London: John Benjamins. ISBN 9789027241566

Shanker, S. (2012). Developing mentally healthy children, in Olfman, Sharna and Brent Dean Robbins (Eds.). Drugging our children: How profiteers are pushing antipsychotics on our youngest and what we can do to stop it. Santa Barbara: Praeger. ISBN 978-0-313-39683-0

Shanker, S. (2009). Three concepts of liberty in Leidlmaier, K. (ed). After cognitivism (pp. 205). New York: Springer. ISBN 9781402099915

Shanker, S. & Stieben, J. (2009). The roots of mindblindness, in Leudar, I. (Ed.), Against theory of mind. (p. 226). London, Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-0230552746

Fogel, A., Greenspan, S., King, B. J., Lickliter, R., Reygadas, P., Shanker, S. G., & Toren, C. (2008). A dynamic systems approach to the life sciences. In A. Fogel, B. J. King, & S. G. Shanker (Eds.), Human development in the twenty-first century: Visionary ideas from systems scientists (pp. 235-253). New York: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 1107403146. 

Greenspan, S & Shanker, S. (2006). A developmental framework for depth psychology and a definition of healthy emotion functioning, in Psychodynamic diagnostic manual (PDM) (pp. 431 – 482). ISBN 978-0976775829

Shanker, S.G. & Taylor, T.J. (2004). The significance of ape language research. In D. Johnson & C. Erneling (Eds.), The mind as a scientific object: Between brain and culture. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN  0195139321.

Taylor, T. & Shanker, S. (2003) Rethinking language development. In T.J. Taylor and H. Davis (Eds.), Rethinking linguistics. London: Curzon Press. ISBN 0700716807

Shanker, S. (2002). The broader implications of borderline areas of language research. In G. Fox, B. Richard & J. King (Eds.), Anthropology beyond culture (pp. 125-144). New York: Berg. ISBN  978-1859735299.

Bakhurst, D. & Shanker, S. (2001). Bruner’s way. In D. Bakhurst and S. Shanker (Eds.), Language, culture, self: The philosophical psychology of Jerome Bruner (pp. 1-18). London: Sage. ISBN 0761955313.

Shanker, S. & Taylor, T. (2001). The house that Bruner built. In D. Bakhurst and S. Shanker (Eds.), Language, culture, self: The philosophical psychology of Jerome Bruner (pp. 50-70). London: Sage. ISBN 0761955313.

Shanker, S. (1997). Reassessing the cognitive revolution. In D.M. Johnson, & C. Erneling (Eds.), The future of the cognitive revolution (pp.45-54). New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0195103342

Shanker, Stuart (1996). Descartes’ legacy: The mechanist/vitalist debates. In Shanker, Stuart G. (Ed.), Routledge history of philosophy vol. IX: Philosophy of science, logic, and mathematics in the 20th Century, (pp. 315 – 375). New York, Routledge. ISBN 0415057760

Shanker, S. (1996). The conflict between Wittgenstein and Quine on the nature of language and cognition. In Wittgenstein and Quine, R.L. Arrington and H.J. Glock (Eds). London, Routledge. 1996. ISBN 978-0415096768

Taylor, T.J. & Shanker, S.G. (1996). Ape linguistics (Or: is Kanzi a Cartesian?). In D. Cram, A. Linn, & E. Nowak (Eds.), The history of linguistics 1996 Vol 1: Traditions in linguistics worldwide: Studies in the history of language sciences 94 (pp. 57-70). Amsterdam, John Benjamins. ISBN 9789027283825.

Shanker, S. (1994). Attualità delle osservazioni di Wittgenstein sulle intenzioni, Dino Ferreri (trans). In La psicologia dopo Wittgenstein. J. Hyman (Ed.). Roma: Casa Editrice Astrolabio. ISBN 978-8834011171

Shanker, S. (1993). Wittgenstein versus James and Russell on the Nature of willing. In J. Canfield and S. Shanker (Eds.), Wittgenstein’s intentions. New York: Routledge. ISBN 978-1138775428

Shanker, S. (1993). Wittgenstein versus Russell on the analysis of mind, in A. Irvine and G. Wedekind (Eds.), Russell and analytic philosophy.  Toronto, University of Toronto Press.   ISBN 978-0802028754

Shanker, S. (1991). The enduring relevance of Wittgenstein’s remarks on intentions. In J. Hyman (Ed.), Investigating psychology. London: Routledge. ISBN  9780415019828

Shanker, S. (1990). Wittgenstein’s remarks on the significance of Gödel’s theorem. In Gödel’s theorem in focus (pp. 155). New York: Routledge. ISBN 0415045754

Shanker, S.G. (1986). Computer vision or mechanist myopia?. In Philosophy in Britain today. New York: State University of New York Press. ISBN 978-0887064890

Shanker, S. (1988). Artificial intelligence at the crossroads. In B. Bloomfield (Ed.) The question of artificial intelligence. London: Croom Helm. ISBN 9780709939573

Shanker, S. (1987) The decline and fall of the mechanist metaphor. In R. Born (Ed.), Artificial intelligence: the case against (pp. 72). London: Croom Helm.  ISBN 978-0415002899

Shanker, V.A. & Shanker, S.G. (1986). A Wittgenstein bibliography, in S. Shanker (Ed.), Ludwig Wittgenstein: Critical assessments, Vol.V. London: Croom Helm. ISBN 0709923848.

Shanker, S.G. (1986). Preface. In S.G. Shanker (Ed.) Philosophy in Britain today.  London: Croom Helm. ISBN 070994408.       

Shanker, S.G., (1986). The nature of philosophy (pp. 1-28). In S. Shanker (Ed.) Ludwig Wittgenstein: Critical assessments, Vol.IV. London: Croom Helm. ISBN 0709923848. 

Shanker, S.G., (1986).  The nature of mathematics: Wittgenstein’s standpoint. F. Waismann  (Trans),  In S. Shanker (Ed.) Ludwig Wittgenstein: Critical assessments, Vol.III. London: Croom Helm. ISBN 0709923848. 

Shanker, S.G., (1986) The Appel-Haken solution of the four-colour problem (pp. 395). In S. Shanker (Ed.) Ludwig Wittgenstein: Critical assessments, Vol.III. London: Croom Helm. ISBN 0709923848. 

Shanker, S.G., (1986) The foundations of the foundations of  mathematics (pp. 193-202). In S.  Shanker (Ed.) Ludwig Wittgenstein: Critical assessments, Vol.III. London: Croom Helm. ISBN 0709923848. 

Shanker, S.G., (1986).The portals of discovery (pp. 1-25). In S. Shanker (Ed.) Ludwig Wittgenstein: Critical assessments, Vol.III. London: Croom Helm. ISBN 0709923848. 

Shanker, S.G., (1986) Approaching the investigations (pp. 1-23), In S. Shanker (Ed.) Ludwig Wittgenstein: Critical assessments, Vol.II. London: Croom Helm.  ISBN 0709923848.

Shanker, S.G., (1986) The philosophical significance of the tractatus (pp. 16-33). In S. Shanker (Ed.) Ludwig Wittgenstein: Critical assessments, Vol.I. London: Croom Helm. ISBN 0709923848.

Shanker, S.G., (1986). Ludwig Wittgenstein: 1889-1951 (pp. 1-14). In S. Shanker, Ludwig Wittgenstein: Critical assessments, Vol. I.  ISBN 0709923848.

Shanker, S.G. (1985) Introduction. In A. Ambrose & M. Lazerowitz, Necessity and language. London, Croom Helm Publishers, Ltd.  ISBN 0709923848.



Shanker, S. (2018). Reframing High Math Anxiety: Avoiding the Perils of a Victorian Paradigm: Stemming the Divide. Reframe: The Journal of Self-Reg, 1(1), 1-18.

Shanker, S & Francis, T. (2017). Hide and seek: The challenge of understanding the full complexity of stress and stress-reactivity. Reframe: The Journal of Self-Reg, 2(1), 8-19.

Shanker, S. & Shepard, E. (2017). Good stress gone bad: transition conditions in transforming stress from negative to positive. Reframe: The Journal of Self-Reg, 1(1), 20-27.

Shanker, S. & Burgess, C. (2017). Self-reg and reframing. Reframe: The Journal of Self-Reg, 1(1), 28-39. 

Hopkins, S., Shanker, S. & Leslie, R. (2017). Self-regulation, self-control, and the practice of Shanker Self-Reg. Reframe: The Journal of Self-Reg, 1(1), 58-75.

Gilmer, C., Buchan, J.L., Letourneau, N., Bennett, C.T., Shanker, S.G., Fenwick, A. & Smith-Chant, B. (2016). Parent education interventions designed to support the transition to parenthood: A realist review. International Journal of Nursing Studies 59(July 2016), 118-133.

Burman, J. T., Green, C. D., & Shanker, S. (2015). On the meanings of self-regulation: Digital humanities in service of conceptual clarity. Child Development, 86(5), 1507-1521. 

Casenhiser, D., McGill, F., Binns, A., Morderer, O., & Shanker, S. (2015). Measuring and supporting language function for children with autism: Evidence from an RCT of social-interaction-based therapy. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 45(3), 846-857.

Garcia Dominguez, L., Dominguez, J., Stieben J., & Shanker S. (2013). The imaginary part of coherency in autism: Differences in cortical functional connectivity in preschool children. PLOS ONE, 8(10). e75941.

Shanker, S., (2012). Self-regulation and mental health. Childlinks:The Journal of Barnardos’ Training and Resource Services. (2).   

Casenhiser, D. M., Shanker, S.G. & Stieben J. (2011). Learning through interaction in children with autism: Preliminary data from a social-communication-based intervention. Autism, 17(2), 220-241 

Shanker, S. (2010). Self-regulation: Calm, alert and learning. Education Canada, 50(3).

Stieben, J., Shanker, S., Casenhiser, D.M. (2010). Neurophysiological Correlates of Treatment Outcomes. International Meeting for Autism Research, May 2010.

Shanker, S. (2009). Enhancing the mental wellness of children. Child & Family Professional, 12(3).

Shanker, S. (2008). Moving from the middle ages into the 21st century in our views of the development of the mind. Espaciotiempo, 2, 53-61. Dossier: Enfoques de la complejidad y el desarollo en las Humanidades y las Ciencias Sociales

Shanker, S. (2008). In search of the pathways that lead to mentally healthy children. Journal of Developmental Processes, 3(1), 22-33.

Shanker, S & Greenspan, S., (2007). The developmental pathways leading to pattern-recognition, joint attention, language and cognition. New Ideas in Psychology, 25(2), 128-142.

Greenspan, S., Brazelton, T.B., Cordero, J., Solomon, R., Bauman, M.L., Robinson, R., Shanker, S. & Brenbauer, C. (2008). Guidelines for early identification, screening and clinical management of children with autism spectrum disorders. Pediatrics, 121(4), 828-830.  

Shanker, S & Greenspan, S. (2005). The role of affect in language development. Theoria: Revista de Theoria, historia y fundamentos de la ciencia. 20(354) 329-344.

Shanker, S. (2004). Autism and the dynamic developmental model of emotions. Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology, 11(3), 219-33.

Shanker, S (2004). The roots of mindblindness. Theory and Psychology, 14(5), 685-703.

King, B. & Shanker, S. (2004). Beyond prosody and infant-directed speech: Affective, social construction of meaning in the origins of language.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 27(04), 515-515.

Biaystok, E,  Sherry, S., Shanker, S., & Codd, J. (2003). Executive function deficits in children with autism. The Journal of Developmental and Learning Disorders, Vol. 7, 37-5.

Shanker, S & Reygadas, P. Emoción, lengua, cultura y razon. la Revista Latina de Pensamiento y Lenguaje

Shanker, S & King, B. (2002). The emergence of a new paradigm in ape language research, Behavioral & Brain Sciences. 25(5), 605-626.

Greenspan, S.I. & Shanker, S.G. (2002). Differences in affect cuing: A window for the identification of risk patterns for autism spectrum disorders in the first year of life. The Journal of Developmental and Learning Disorders, 6, 23-30.

Shanker, S. y Reygadas, P. (2002). La red de la racionalidad: emoción y lenguaje. Cuicuilco: Revista de la Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia, 9(24), 37-60.

King, B. & Shanker, S. (2003). How can we know the dancer from the dance? The dynamic nature of African great ape social communication. Anthropological Theory, 3(1): 5-26. 

Shanker, S. (2002). The generativist-interactionist debate over specific language impairment: Psycholinguistics at a crossroads. American Journal of Psychology, 115(3), 415-450.

Shanker, S. (2001). What a child knows when they know what a name is: The non-cartesian view of language acquisition. Current Anthropology, 42(4), 481-513.

Shanker, S. (2000). [Review of the book I see a voice: A history of deafness, language and the senses, by Jonathan Reé]. Sign Language Studies, 1(1), 93-102.

Shanker, S. (2000). The demise of AI: Commentary on Green on AI-cognitive-sciencePsycoloquy, 11(72). ISSN 1055-0143. 

Shanker, S., Savage-Rumbaugh, E.S., & Taylor, T.J. (1999). Kanzi: A new beginning. Animal Learning & Behavior, 27 (1), 24-25.

Shanker, S. (1998). [Review of the book Total speech: An intergrational linguistic approach to language, by Michael Toolan]. Metaphor and Symbol, 13(3), 235-41. 

Shanker, S. (1998). [Review of the book Conversations on Mind, Matter, and Mathematics, by Jean-Pierre Changeux and Alain Connes]. Philosophia Mathematica, 6(2), 241-45.  

King, B. & Shanker, S. (1997). The expulsion of primates from the garden of language. Evolution of Communication, 1(1), 59-99. 

Savage-Rumbaugh, E.S., Shanker, S.G., & Taylor, T.J., (1996). Apes with language. Critical Quarterly, 38(3), 45-57. 

Shanker, S.G. (1995). The nature of insight. Minds and Machines, 5(4), 561-581.

Shanker, S. (1995). [Review of the book Psychologism: A case study in the sociology of knowledge, by Martin Kusch]. Metascience, 8, 26-30.Shanker, S. (1995). Turing and the origins of AI. Philosophica Mathematica, (3)1, 52-85.

Detlefsen, M. & Shanker, S.G. (Special Issue Eds.) (1995). Philosophica Mathematica, 3(3)

Shanker, S. (1994). Ape language in a new light. Language & Communication, 14(1), 59-86.

Shanker, S. (1993). Locating Bruner. Language & Communication, 13(4), 239-263.  

Shanker, S. (1993). [Review of the book The Creative Mind: Myths and Mechanisms, by Margaret Boden]. Minds and Machines, 3, 109-114.

Shanker, S. (1992). In Search of Bruner. Language & Communication, 12(1), 53-74.

Shanker, S (1991). The relevance of Wittgenstein’s remarks on Köhler for GPS (in Chinese), Tang Chao (translation: Psychological Development and Education) (3).

Shanker, S.G. (1991). [Review of the book Wittgenstein: Meaning and mind, by P.M.S. Hacker]. Canadian Philosophical Reviews, 11(3), 195-198.

Shanker, S. (1991). Muddles of discovery in W.J. Rappaport (Ed.) Where Does I Come From: Subjectivity and the Debate over Computational Cognitive Science. Buffalo: Center for Cognitive Science Technical Report (1991), 60-99.

Shanker, S.G. (1991) Selective forces at work. Language & Communication, 11(1/2), 89-91.

Shanker, S.G. (1990). [Review of the book Reflections on Kurt Gödel, by Hao Wang]. Canadian Philosophical Reviews, 10(4), 166-168.

Shanker, S.G. (1990). [Review of the book Mindwaves: Thoughts on intelligence, identity and consciousness, C. Blakemore & S. Greenfield (Eds.)]. Human Studies, 13(4), 417-25.

Shanker, S.G. (1988). The dawning of (machine) intelligence. Philosophica, 42, 93-144.

Shanker, S.G. (1987). Wittgenstein versus Turing on the nature of Church’s thesis. Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic, 28(4), 615-649.               

Shanker, S.G. (1984). Wittgenstein’s solution of the “hermeneutic problem.” Conceptus, 18(44), 50-61.

Shanker, S.G. (1984). Paradigms of political theory. Contemporary Review, 245(1425), 199-204.

Shanker, S.G. (1984). Orwell on liberty. Contemporary Review, 245(1423), 75-81.

Shanker, S.G. (1984). The enduring role of government. Contemporary Review, 244(1420), 266-271.

Shanker, S.G. (1984). Principles of political education. Contemporary Review, 244(1416), 94-99.

Shanker, S.G. (1984). The challenge of mass unemployment. Contemporary Review, 243(1415).

Shanker, S.G. (1984). Philosophy, computers, and the preservation of values. Humanism in  Canada, 16(4).

Shanker, S.G. (1984). Sceptical confusions about rule-following. Mind, 93(371), 423-429.

Shanker, S.G. (1983). The perils of post-industrialism. Contemporary Review, 243(1413), 189-195.

Shanker, S.G. (1983). The search for a national identity. World Press Review, May, 1983.

Shanker, S.G. (1983). Canadian politics. Contemporary Review, 242(1406),135-141.

Shanker, S. (1982). [Review of the books Frege: Philosophy of Language, 2nd Edition, by M. Dummett, Pp. xliii, 708, and The Interpretation of Frege’s Philosophy by M. Dummett Pp. xviii, 621]. Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review, 21(3), 565-571. 

Shanker, S (1982). A precursor of post-industrial political philosophy. Contemporary Review, vol.240, no.1394 144-149.

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