1933 A new pocket gopher of the genus Orthogeomys.Proceedings of the New England Zoological Club 8: 65–67. Howler monkeys of the Palliata group. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 75(8): 317–354. New name for Sciurus milleri J.A. Allen. Journal of Mammalogy 14(4): 319–320.
1934 Wild coyote with an undershot jaw. Journal of Mammalogy 15(4): 319–320. New Geocapromys from the Bahamas. Occasional Papers of the Boston Society of Natural History 8: 189–198
1936 (first author with Sherwood L. Washburn) A new eastern race of Galago demidovii. Occasional Papers of the Boston Society of Natural History 8: 255–266.
1939 (second author with Thomas Barbour and J.L. Peters) Collections from the Philippine Islands. Museum of Comparative Zoology Bulletin 86(2): 25–128.
1941 Neacomys from northwestern South America. Journal of Mammalogy 22(4): 418–427. Incisor tips of young rodents. Papers on Mammalogy, Zoological Series, Field Museum of Natural History 27: 313–317. A new species of Octomys from Argentina. Proceedings of the New England Zoological Club 18: 43–46.
1942 The muskrat in Florida. Proceedings of the New England Zoological Club 19: 17–20.
1943 Miocene bat remains from Florida, with notes on the generic characters of the humerus of bats. Journal of Mammalogy 24(3): 356–369.
1944 Bones from the Governador area. Appendix C in E.T. Hall, Jr.: Early Stockaded Settlements in the Governador, New Mexico (Columbia Studies in Archeology and Ethnology, Vol. II, Part 1), pp. 73–78. New York: Columbia University Press. Skull of a California Grizzly. California Fish and Game 30(2): 98–100.
1945 Three new Pteropus from New Caledonia and the Solomons. Proceedings of the New England Zoological Club 23: 59–69. Notes on Leggada musculoides (Temminck). Proceedings of the New England Zoological Club 23: 85–98.
1946 Review of Mammals of the Pacific World by T.D. Carter, J.E. Hill, and G.H. Tate. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Audubon Society 30(9): 307.
1947 Bibliography of publications by Glover Morrill Allen. Proceedings of the New England Zoological Club 24: 1–81. A new race of Oryzomys from Tamaulipas. Proceedings of the New England Zoological Club 24: 101–103. Review of Mammals of North America by Victor H. Cahalane. Scientific Monthly 65(5): 441.
1948 Review of Mammals of Eastern Asia by G.H.H. Tate. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Audubon Society 31(9): 381–382. A new bat, Otomops, from Papua. Journal of Mammalogy 29(4): 413–414.
1949 (second author with William E. Schevill) Underwater listening to the white porpoise (Delphinapterus leucas). Science 109(2824): 143–144.
1951 Mammals Found at the Awatovi Site (Part I) and Post-cranial Skeletal Characters of Deer, Pronghorn, and Sheep/Goat with Notes on Bos and Bison (Part II). (Papers of the Peabody Museum 35(3)). Cambridge MA: Peabody Museum, Harvard University.
1952 It can be fun. The Winsor Graduate Bulletin 19. Review of American Weasels by E. Raymond Hall. Scientific Monthly 74(6): 372. Review of The Elk of North America by Olaus J. Murie. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Audubon Society 36(1): 43.
1953 Review of Possums by Carl G. Hartmann. Scientific Monthly 77(1): 57. (first author with Arthur Loveridge) Zoological results of a fifth expedition to East Africa: I. Mammals from Nyasaland and Tete with notes on the genus Otomys. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 110(1). (second author with William E. Schevill) High-frequency auditory response of a bottlenosed porpoise, Tursiops truncatus (Montagu). The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 25(5): 1016–1017.
1954 (first author with William E. Schevill) Tursiops as an experimental subject. Journal of Mammalogy 35(2): 225–232.
1956 Cave Fauna. Appendix E in Henry Field: Anthropological Reconnaissance in the Near East 1950, pp. 80–81. (Papers of the Peabody Museum 48(2)). Cambridge MA: Peabody Museum, Harvard University. (first author with William E. Schevill) The functional anatomy of the delphinid nose. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 114(4): 103–151 and 30 figures. Review of List of North American Recent Mammals by Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. and Kellogg Remington. American Antiquity 22(1): 85.
1957 Zoology. In Walter W. Taylor, ed.: The Identification of Non-Artifactual Archaeological Materials, pp. 41–42. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences - National Research Council (Publication 565).
1963 (first author with Alvin Novick) Behavior as a taxonomic clue: relationships of Lissonycteris (Chiroptera). Breviora (Museum of Comparative Zoology)184: 1–16.
1964 Review of An Annotated Bibliography on the Origin and Descent of Domestic Mammals by Simon Angress and Charles A. Reed. American Journal of Science 262: 1136. Notes on horseshoe bats Hipposideros caffer, ruber, and beatus. Breviora (Museum of Comparative Zoology) 207. Review of Evolution of Neotropical Cricetine Rodents (Muridae) with Special Reference of the Phyllotine Group by Philip Hershkovitz. Quarterly Review of Biology 39(4): 409–411.
1965 (first author with William E. Schevill) Gular musculature in delphinids. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 133(1): 1–65. The North Long Branch specimen of Mesoplodon in the Museum of Comparative Zoology. 46(4): 706.
1966 Anatomical investigations of Weddell seals. Antarctic Journal of the United States 1(5): 218.
1967 Early domestic dogs. Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde 32(1): 44–59. (first author with William H. Bossert) Multiple character analysis of Canis lupus, latrans, and familiaris with a discussion of their relationships of Canis niger. American Zoologist 7: 223–232.
1968 Antiquity of large dogs in North America. Tebiwa (The Journal of the Idaho State University Museum) 11(2): 43–49.
1969 (first author with William H. Bossert) The cranial evidence for hybridization in New England Canis. Breviora (Museum of Comparative Zoology) 330: 1–13.
1973 Problems in the inter-site comparison of faunal remains. In J. Matolcsi, ed.: Domestikationsforschung und Geschichte der Haustiere, pp. 397–402. Budapest: Akadémai Kiadó.
1974 (first author with Charles P. Lyman) Listof Mammals of Eastern Massachusetts. (Concord Field Station, A Guideto Resources No. 7). Bedford MA: Concord Field Station of the Museum of Comparative Zoology. (third author with Robert J. Braidwood, Halet Çambel,Charles L. Redman, and Robert B. Stewart) Beginnings of village-farming communities in southeastern Turkey -- 1972. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 71(2): 568–572.
1977 Dogs from the Dominican Republic. Cuadernos del Cendia (Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo) 263(8): 5–19.
1978 Analysis of unidentifiable bone from Çayönü: an early village farming community. In Richard H. Meadow and Melinda A. Zeder, eds.: Approaches to Faunal Analysis in the Middle East, pp. 11–13. (Peabody Museum Bulletin 2). Cambridge MA: Peabody Museum, Harvard University.
1980 Evidences of animal domestication at Çayönü. In Halet Çambel and Robert J. Braidwood, eds.: The Joint Istanbul -- Chicago Universities' Prehistoric Research in Southeastern Anatolia: I, pp. 257–283 (Turkish) and pp. 285–308 (English). Istanbul: Edebiyat Fakültesi Basimevi.
1982 Principal food animals at Çayönü. In Linda S. Braidwood and Robert J. Braidwood, eds.: Prehistoric Village Archaeology in South-Eastern Turkey, pp. 175–199. (BAR International Series 138). Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.
1983 (first author with Charles A. Reed) The dogs of Jarmo. In Linda S. Braidwood, Robert J. Braidwood, Bruce Howe, Charles A. Reed, and Patty Jo Watson, eds.: Prehistoric Archeology along the Zagros Flanks, pp. 485–494. (Oriental Institute Publications 105). Chicago: The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.