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Where does the information on LogoTalk Radio come from?  From right here!  The following bibliography is a listing of the books that I personally have in my own "LogoTalk Library." The arrival of a new book in my mailbox is always a meaningful day!  For a comprehensive bibliography of all of Frankl's books, please follow the link above.

The bibliography does not include the voluminous number of journal articles.

Please report any factual errors in the podcast to me, and I will make a correction.

Logotherapy Bibliography

Barnes, Robert C.  (2005).  Franklian Psychology:  An Introduction to Logotherapy.  Edited by George E. Rice.  Abilene, Texas:  Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy.

Barnes, Robert C.  (1995, 2006).  Franklian Psychology and Attitudinal Change.  Edited by George E. Rice and developed by Paul Welter.  Abilene, Texas:  Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy.

Batthyany, Alexander and Guttman, David in collaboration with PsychINFO, a department of the American Psychological Association.  (1887-present, APA).  Empirical Research on Logotherapy and Meaning-oriented Psychotherapy.  Phoenix:  Zeig, Tucker and Theisen, Inc.

Batthyany, Alexander and Levinson, Jay.  (Eds.).  (2009).  Existential Psychotherapy of Meaning:  Handbook of Logotherapy and Existential Analysis.  Phoenix:  Zeig, Tucker and Theisen, Inc.

Costello, Stephen J.  (2010).  The Ethics of Happiness:  An Existential Analysis.  Lima, Ohio:  Wyndham Hall Press.

Costello, Stephen J.  (2010).  Hermeneutics and the Psychoanalysis of Religion.  New York:  Peter Lang Publishing.

da Silva Prado, Marianne.  (2005).  LogoArt:  Searching Meaning Through Art.  Edited by Leena Pystynen.  Sao Paulo:  Editco Comercial, Ltda.

Fabry, Joseph B.  (1968).  The Pursuit of Meaning:  A Guide to the Theory and Application of Viktor E. Frankl's Logotherapy.  Boston:  Beacon Press.

Fabry, Joseph B., Bulka, Reuven P. and Sahakian, William S.  (Eds.).  (1979).  Logotherapy in Action.  New York:  Jason Aronson.

Frankl, Viktor E.  (1945)  Synchronization in Buchenwald.  Translated by Joseph Fabry.  Vienna:  copyright held by the family of Dr. Frankl.

Frankl, Viktor E.  (1955, 1965, 1980, 1986).  The Doctor and the Soul:  From Psychotherapy to Logotherapy.  Translated by Richard and Clara Winston.  New York:  Vintage Books.

Frankl, Viktor E.  (1959, 1962, 1984, 1992, 2006).  Man's Search for Meaning.  Part I translated by Ilse Lasch.  Boston:  Beacon Press.

Frankl, Viktor E.  (1967).  Psychotherapy and Existentialism:  Selected Papers on Logotherapy.  New York:  Clarion.

Frankl, Viktor E.  (1969).  The Will to Meaning:  Foundation and Applications of Logotherapy.  New York:  World Publishing Company.

Frankl, Viktor E.  (1975).  The Unconscious God:  Psychotherapy and Theology.  New York:  Simon and Schuster.

Frankl, Viktor E.  (1978).  The Unheard Cry for Meaning:  Psychotherapy and Humanism.  New York:  Touchstone.

Frankl, Viktor E. (1998, 2001).  The Unconditional Man.  Translated by W. J. Maas.  Unpublished.

Frankl, Viktor E.  (2000).  Viktor Frankl Recollections:  An Autobiography.  Translated by Joseph Fabry and Judith Fabry.  New York:  Basic Books.

Frankl, Viktor E.  (2000).  Man's Search for Ultimate Meaning.  New York:  Basic Books.

Frankl, Viktor E.  (2004).  On the Theory and Therapy of Mental Disorders.  Translated by James M. Dubois.  New York:  Brunner-Routledge.

Frankl, Viktor E.  (2008).  The Pluralism of the Sciences and the Unity of the Person.  Translated by David A. Hallowell.  Unpublished translation.

Frankl, Viktor E.  (2010).  The Feeling of Meaninglessness:  A Challenge to Psychotherapy and Philosophy.  Edited and with An Introduction by Alexander Batthyany.  Milwaukee:   Marquette University Press.

Graber, Ann V.  (2004).  Viktor Frankl's Logotherapy:  Method of Choice in Ecumenical Pastoral Psychology.  Lima, Ohio:  Wyndham Hall Press.

Hallowell, David A.  (2010).  Personhood in an Anti-Reductionist's Universe: Frankl's Dimensional Ontology and Lonergan's Notion of the Thing  The International Forum for Logotherapy, 32, 89-100.

Hutzell, Robert R. and Eggert, Mary D.  (1989, 1995, 2009).  A Workbook to Increase Your Meaningful and Purposeful Goals (2009 PDF Edition).  Online at:
http://www.viktorfrankl.org/source/hutzell_workbook_2009.pdf

Karamanovski, Emina.  (2008).  Emotions Simplified.  New York:  iUniverse, Inc.

Lewis, Marshall H.  (2011).  Defiant Power:  An Overview of Viktor Frankl's Logotherapy and Existential Analysis.  Ulysses, Kansas:  Defiant Power Solutions.  Available online at:
http://www.marshallhlewis.net/papers/Logotherapy_Overview.pdf

Lukas, Elisabeth.  (2000).  Logotherapy Textbook:  Meaning-centered Psychotherapy consistent with the principles outlined by Viktor E. Frankl, MD.  Translated by Theodor Brugger.  Toronto:  Liberty Press.
http://www.liberty-press.com

Marshall, Maria and Marshall, Edward.  (2012).  Logotherapy Revisited:  Review of the Tenets of Viktor E. Frankl's Logotherapy.  Ottawa:  Maria Marshall and Edward Marshall.

Ryan, Michael F.  (2008).  The Last Freedom:  A Novel on the Real-life Adventure of Dr. Viktor Frankl.  New York:  iUniverse, Inc.

Shrum, Harvey.  (2011).  Search for Meaning at the Broken Places.  Lima, Ohio:  Wyndham Hall Press.

Steger, Michael F., Patricia Frazier, and Shigehiro Oishi,  (2006)  "The Meaning in Life Questionnaire: Assessing the Presence of and Search for Meaning in Life," Journal of Counseling Psychology 53, p. 80-93.
http://www.itari.in/categories/higherpurpose/meaning_in_life.pdf

Terradas, Adriana Sosa.  (2011).  Habilidades para una vida con sentido:  Como vivir mejor desde la Logoterapia de Viktor Frankl.  Lima:  Dau Escuela de Vida.

Wawrytko, Sandra A.  (1982).  Analecta Frankliana:  The Proceedings of the First World Congress of Logotherapy (1980).  Berkeley:  Institute of Logotherapy Press.

Wong, Paul T. P.  (2012).  The Human Quest for Meaning:  Theories, Research, and Applications.  New York:  Routledge.