It takes Two Minds to Think One's Disturbing Thoughts, a presentation by Michael W. Kilchenstein
 
A Guide to History and Physical Examinations, Michael Kilchenstein and John Rupke, Baltimore, Grace Publishing Co., 1960.  Continuosly used at U. of MD, U. of Chicago, and other Medical Schools since its printing.

Michael Kilchenstein, M.D., and Dennis Harrison, Ph.D., Psychiatric Patients Benefit from Multi-Specialty Group Approach, Maryland State Medical Journal, January 1975

Autistic defenses and the impairment of cognitive development, Michael W. Kilchenstein, M.D. and Linda Schuerholz, Ed.D., Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, Vol. 59, No. 4, 1995

Michael W. Kilchenstein, M.D., The use of pain as an autistic object and as a primitive experience of selfContemporary Psychoanalysis, Vol. 34 No. 2:223-238, 1998

Michael W. Kilchenstein, M.D., A case discussion: The analytic treatment of a mentally retarded man, International Journal of Psychoanalysis (1999) 80:739

Michael W. Kilchenstein, M.D.,  Review of Psychoanalysis and Mental Handicap by Johan De Groef and Evelyn Heinemann, London. Free Association. 1999. Pp. 214.