Making Sense: Beauty, Creativity, and Healing Hardcover – May 22, 2015
by Bandy Lee (Editor), Nancy Olson (Editor), & 1 more
ISBN-13: 978-1433125966  ISBN-10: 143312596X  Edition: 1st


“Mandalas as Spiritual Medicine,” 2014) published in a book entitled Making Sense: Beauty, Creativity, and Healing, (Ed: B Lee, N. Olson, and T.P. Duffy) NY: Peter Lang Press.

The MARI: A Healing Practice for Grief and Loss, (2015)  published in a book entitled Using the Creative Therapies to Cope with Grief and Loss (Ed: S.L. Brooke & D. A. Miraglia), Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

Using the Creative Therapies to Cope with Grief and Loss Hardcover – July 8, 2015
by Stephanie L. Brooke (Author), Dorothy A. Miraglia (Author)
ISBN-13: 978-0398090777  ISBN-10: 0398090777

Bigelow, V. (1995). Profile of 54 psychics. Research paper presented at the Mandala: Sacred Circle Conference under the auspices of the Association of Teachers of Mandala Assessment. Johns Hopkins 
University, Baltimore, MD. Unpublished paper. *

Bonny, H. & Kellogg, J. (1976). Mandalas as a measure of change in psychotherapy. American Journal of Art Therapy, 16, 123-130.

Brewer, C. The Mandala: Circles of Insight –An exhibit of healing art created by clients of Chris Brewer, Teacher Training Research, 2005.*

Bruscia, K., Shultis, C., & Dennery, K. (2007). A comparison of cardiac and cancer inpatients on the MARI Card Test. Arts in Psychotherapy. 34, 388-397. *

Bush, C., Dreams, Mandalas and Music Imagery: Therapeutic Uses In a Case Study. Arts in Psychotherapy, Vol. 15, pp 219-225. Pergamon Press, 1988. *

Couch, J.B. (1997) Behind the veil: Mandala drawings by dementia patients. Art Therapy: American Journal of Art Therapy 14(3).

Cox, C.T. Joan Kellogg: In Memory of Joan Kellogg. The Journal of the AmericanArt Therapy Association, 212 (2) 2004.*

Cox, C. T, The MARI Assessment. Handbook of Art Therapy, Edited by Cathy Malchiodi, The Guilford Press, New York, 2003.*

Cox, C.T. & Cohen, B.M. (2000). Mandala artwork by clients with DID: Observations based on two theoretical models. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 17(3). *

Cox, C.T., & Frame, P. (1993). Profile of the artist: MARI® card test research results. Art therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 10 (1), 23-29.*

Douglass, Jonna D. (1995). The MARI Card Test: A reliability study of an adapted group version administered to sex offenders. Pacifica Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara, CA *

Frame, P. (2002). The value of the rejected card choice in the MARI®card test. Art therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 19 (1) pp215-218. 2002. *

Frame, P. and McNamee, C. (2006). Research project now underway: The purpose of this study to examine the results of 350 Mari Assessments to determine the relationships between reported symptom distress or diagnoses and results of the assessments.

Frame, P. (2006). Assessing a couple’s relationship and compatibility using the MARI card test and mandala drawings. Art therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 23(1) pp. 23-29.

Frame, P. The Mandala: A Personal Tool for Self and Planetary Healing, Sacred Space, Vol/ 1, Issue 4, Summer, 2000. *

Glik, D. (1986). Personality differences between members of charismatic and metaphysical healing groups. Association for Sociologists of Religion

Gruce, Laura S, M.S. Using Mandalas & Art Symbols For Creative Block Healing: A Scientifically Proven Quantitative Study (2014)

Guerra Rojas, M. The MARI: Reaping the essence of creativity within an arts learning organization. Excerpted, Abstract, Discussion of Findings and Conclusions and Recommendations. MA –Enterprise and Management for the Creative Arts, 2010.*

Hallberg, S. Interpretation of Mandalas in GM-therapy, Two interpretation models investigated and compared in connection with a case-study. Abstract. (Thesis in Danish.) Institute of Communication, Aalborg University, Denmark, 2010. *

Kellogg, J. (1992). Color theory from the perspective of the great round of the mandala. Update of a research paper presented at the color panel of the American Art therapy conference, Los Angeles, CA. The Journal of Religion and Psychical Research. Vol. 15, No.3, July 1992.*

Kellogg, J. The Evolution of the MARI CARD TEST, 1980 Through 1993. Images in the Format of the Archetypal Stages of the Great Round of Mandala.*

Kellogg, J., Mac Rae, M., Bonny, H., DiLeo, F., The Use of the Mandala In Psychological Evaluation and Treatment. American Journal of ART THERAPY, Vol. 16, July, 1977.*

Kellogg, J. and DiLeo, F. Archetypal Stages of the Great Round of Mandala. The Journal of Religion and Psychical Research, Jan., 1982. (Limited to The Twelve Archetypal Stages -prior to Stage 0.)*

Krippner, S. & Rhinehart, L. Scores of psychic claimants on the MARI. Subtle Energy Medicine, 8 (2) pp. 153-173. *

Lex, L. ATR –BC, Taking the MARI Further, Teacher Training Research Project. 2008*

Slegelis, M. H. A Study of Jung’s Mandala and Its Relationship to Art Psychotherapy. The Arts in Psychotherapy, Vol. 14, pp 301-311. Pergamon Journals Limited., 1987.*

Articles with * are available. All others must be obtained through archival research.